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Our circadian clock sets the rhythm for our cells' powerhouses
Cellular energy metabolism also follows the rhythm of the circadian clock. (2018-03-06)
Bacterial enzymes: The biological role of europium
Rare earth elements (REEs) are an indispensable component of the digital technologies that are now an integral part of our everyday life. (2018-06-12)
AACE/AIUM develop physician certification and accreditation in thyroid/parathyroid ultrasound
The American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists and American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine have been working together to improve the quality of diagnostic ultrasound and ultrasound-guided invasive procedures of the thyroid and parathyroid glands. (2009-02-23)
LSU professors monkey around with the Rhesus Macaque genome
Scientists at LSU recently took part in the International Rhesus Macaque Sequence and Analysis Consortium, which successfully detailed the full DNA sequence of the rhesus macaque, the third primate -- including humans -- to undergo sequencing. (2007-04-12)
UMN veterinary student awarded 2013 AMP/Michael D. Hayre Fellowship in Public Outreach!
Chris Thomson, a second year veterinary student at University of Minnesota's College of Veterinary Medicine, has been awarded the 2013 AMP/Michael D. (2013-05-23)
Mayo Clinic co-sponsoring FDA forum on patient-reported outcomes
Mayo Clinic and the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) are co-sponsoring a unique symposium Feb. (2005-12-19)
Chemical chameleon tamed
How you get the chameleon of the molecules to settle on a particular (2013-03-14)
Not always cool to stay cool in negotiations, study finds
Negotiators shouldn't always try to keep their cool during a heated meeting. (2015-01-13)
The case for tele-emergency services
New research from the University of Iowa supports the claim that tele-emergency services can successfully extend emergency care in rural hospitals. (2014-02-04)
Scientists blueprint tiny cellular 'nanomachine'
Scientists have drawn up molecular blueprints of a tiny cellular 'nanomachine,' whose evolution is an extraordinary feat of nature, by using one of the brightest X-ray sources on Earth. (2015-12-17)
Tracking the riddle of cosmic gamma rays
First simultaneous observation of a gamma-ray burst in the X-ray and in the very high energy gamma ray band. (2005-08-23)
NIH awards $1.6 million grant to ASU School of Social Work
The National Institute of Health has awarded Arizona State University associate professor Flavio Francisco Marsiglia in the School of Social Work, a five-year, $1.6 million grant to establish the Southwest Interdisciplinary Research Consortium (SIRC). (2002-06-05)
Report in BioScience details global decline of nonmarine mollusks
A team of 16 experts from around the world has detailed the plight of what may be the world's most endangered group of animals - nonmarine mollusks (terrestrial and freshwater mollusks). (2004-04-02)
Controlling magnetic clouds in graphene
Wonder material graphene can be made magnetic and its magnetism switched on and off at the press of a button, opening a new avenue towards electronics with very low energy consumption. (2013-06-12)
Should doctors encourage people to donate a kidney to a stranger?
With three people on the kidney transplant list dying in the UK every day, should doctors encourage their patients to put themselves at risk for the benefit of others? (2011-11-15)
Hebrew University scientists develop potential new epilepsy drug
New and safer compounds for treatment of epilepsy patients and those suffering from other neural disorders have been developed by researchers at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem School of Pharmacy. (2006-06-12)
A new view for protein turnover in the brain
Scientists at UC San Diego have provided the first evidence that lysosomes, specialized structures found in nearly every cell in your body, can travel to distant parts of neurons to branch-like areas known as dendrites. (2017-08-07)
NASA's RXTE captures thermonuclear behavior of unique neutron star
A neutron star is the closest thing to a black hole that astronomers can observe directly, crushing half a million times more mass than Earth into a sphere no larger than a city. (2012-03-09)
Study explores antidepressant medication use during pregnancy
A study published by JAMA Psychiatry reports no evidence of an association between intellectual disability in children and mothers who took antidepressant medication during pregnancy when other mitigating factors, such as parental age and underlying psychiatric disorder, were considered. (2017-07-12)
UCLA study shows loss of key estrogen regulator may lead to metabolic syndrome and atherosclerosis
UCLA researchers demonstrated that loss of a key protein that regulates estrogen and immune activity in the body could lead to aspects of metabolic syndrome, a combination of conditions that can cause Type 2 diabetes, atherosclerosis and cancer. (2011-09-06)
New approaches to geologic fieldwork for campus curricula
Field experience is integral to the professional development of future geoscientists and is particularly important as it applies to student understanding of complex earth systems. (2009-12-15)
Biophysical Society Announces 2010 society fellows
The Biophysical Society is delighted to announce its 2010 Society Fellows. (2009-09-04)
CloudLab, a new system for making online video presentations
LabHipermedia, a spin-off with participation by Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, has designed a technology that improves the learning experience of instructors and users who employ video as a teaching and learning tool. (2016-05-09)
In absence of other democratic institutions, freedom of press can lead to cycles of violence
While many have argued that media freedom is integral to a functioning democracy and respect for human rights, a new study is the first to examine the effects of media freedom in countries that lack such democratic institutions as fair elections. (2009-09-16)
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