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Showing releases 101-125 out of 244.

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Public Release: 29-Oct-2014
Contamination likely explains 'food genes in blood' claim
Laboratory contaminants likely explain the results of a recent study claiming that complete genes can pass from foods we eat into our blood, according to a University of Michigan molecular biologist who re-examined data from the controversial research paper.
National Institutes of Health

Contact: Jim Erickson
University of Michigan

Public Release: 28-Oct-2014
BDMS and OHSU collaborate to improve human health in Southeast Asia
Bangkok Dusit Medical Services is teaming with Oregon Health & Science University, Portland, Oregon, to improve health in both countries through shared knowledge and skills, and the creation of centers of excellence focused on key challenges. The effort will engage faculty, health professionals and students from OHSU's schools of medicine, nursing, pharmacy, dentistry and public health.

Contact: Tamara Hargens-Bradley
Oregon Health & Science University

Public Release: 28-Oct-2014
Three-company collaboration announced for advancement of aging research
Insilico Medicine, Inc., Canada Cancer and Aging Research Laboratories, Ltd. and Plantbiosis, Ltd. announce their three way partnership to fuel aging research with the combination of personalized medicine, drug discovery, and next generation sequencing.

Contact: Michael Petr
InSilico Medicine, Inc.

Public Release: 28-Oct-2014
Creating the coldest cubic meter in the universe
As part of an international collaboration, Berkeley Lab scientists have helped create the coldest cubic meter in the universe. The cooled chamber -- roughly the size of a vending machine -- was chilled to 6 milliKelvin or -273.144 degrees Celsius in preparation for a forthcoming experiment that will study neutrinos, ghostlike particles that could hold the key to the existence of matter around us.
DOE Office of Science

Contact: Kate Greene
DOE/Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

Public Release: 28-Oct-2014
Special delivery: Marines dial up faster logistics at tech demo
Marines in Hawaii recently demonstrated that handheld devices and automation software could speed delivery of critical supplies to the front lines and even help planners determine when and where items will be needed ahead of time.

Contact: Peter Vietti
Office of Naval Research

Public Release: 28-Oct-2014
Poland to join the European Southern Observatory
Today Professor Lena Kolarska-Bobińska, the Polish Minister of Science and Higher Education, signed an agreement that will lead to the country joining the European Southern Observatory (ESO) -- the world's most productive ground-based observatory. ESO is looking forward to welcoming Poland as a Member State, following subsequent ratification of the accession agreement.

Contact: Richard Hook

Public Release: 28-Oct-2014
ACP expresses concern about mandatory quarantines of clinicians involved
The American College of Physicians is strongly concerned about the approach being taken by some state health departments to impose strict, mandatory quarantines for all physicians, nurses, and other health professionals returning from West Africa, regardless of whether they are showing symptoms of Ebola virus infection.

Contact: David Kinsman
American College of Physicians

Public Release: 28-Oct-2014
NIH-led study explores prevention of heart disease in HIV-infected people
The National Institutes of Health has launched a clinical trial to assess the effects of aspirin and cholesterol-lowering drugs, or statins, on preventing cardiovascular disease in people with long-term HIV infections. This group, which includes people on antiretroviral therapy as well as 'elite controllers' who can limit the virus without antiretroviral therapy, have a higher risk of developing heart disease and stroke compared to the general population.
NIH/National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases

Contact: Linda Huynh
NIH/National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases

Public Release: 28-Oct-2014
PIDS supports IDSA statement on involuntary quarantine of healthcare workers returning from Ebola-affected countries
The Pediatric Infectious Diseases Society endorses a statement from the Infectious Diseases Society of America regarding involuntary quarantine of healthcare workers returning from Ebola-affected countries.

Contact: Terri Christene Phillips
Pediatric Infectious Diseases Society

Public Release: 28-Oct-2014
New and updated resource on STEM education, workforce
It just became a lot easier for educators, students, parents, policymakers and business leaders to learn more about national trends in education and jobs in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.

Contact: Nadine Lymn
National Science Foundation

Public Release: 28-Oct-2014
Forum highlights technology tested on Space Station for deep space exploration
To highlight microgravity technologies, a panel of experts gathered recently for the Destination Station: International Space Station Technology Forum at the US Space & Rocket Center in Huntsville, Alabama.

Contact: Laura Niles
NASA/Johnson Space Center

Public Release: 28-Oct-2014
American College of Cardiology patient navigator program completes hospital selection
The American College of Cardiology today announced 35 selected hospitals that are pioneering a team approach to keep patients healthy and at home following admission for heart attack or heart failure. The hospitals from across the country are the first participants in the ACC Patient Navigator Program, which is the first program of its kind in cardiology and supports national efforts to reduce unnecessary patient readmissions.

Contact: Nicole Napoli
American College of Cardiology

Public Release: 28-Oct-2014
NTU to build region's first renewable energy integration demonstration micro-grid
Nanyang Technological University Singapore will be building a hybrid micro-grid which will integrate multiple large-scale renewable energy sources. The first in the region, the hybrid micro-grid will test and demonstrate the integration of solar, wind, tidal-current, diesel, storage and power-to-gas technologies, and ensure these energy sources operate well together.
Nanyang Technological University Singapore, Singapore Economic Development Board, Singapore National Environment Agency

Contact: Amin Shah
Nanyang Technological University

Public Release: 28-Oct-2014
Processing milk -- how concentrates help to save energy
Powdered milk is a vital ingredient in infant formula and also used in baked goods and confectionary products. It is manufactured using an energy-intensive process chain that involves concentrating and drying milk. Researchers at Technische Universität München are investigating energy-efficient ways of making concentrates -- with promising results: By combining different membrane separation processes, they have succeeded in reducing the amount of energy required to concentrate milk by around 20 percent.
German Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture, Research Association of the German Food Industry

Contact: Barbara Wankerl
Technische Universitaet Muenchen

Public Release: 28-Oct-2014
Worm spit -- it's worth bottling
Australian scientists who have successfully regulated the inflammatory response in celiac patients by infecting them with hookworms are now collaborating with a major pharmaceutical company to develop a treatment for inflammatory bowel disease, based on proteins secreted by the worms.

Contact: Linden Woodward
James Cook University

Public Release: 28-Oct-2014
Genomics helps pharmacists target the right drugs for the right patient
An exciting new research project that aims to make personalized medicine a reality for patients is launching in a number of community pharmacies across British Columbia.
Genome British Columbia, BC Pharmacy Association

Contact: Jennifer Boon
Genome BC

Public Release: 27-Oct-2014
New clinical trial data: MS drug candidate also shows promise for ulcerative colitis
Positive new clinical data were released today on a drug candidate for ulcerative colitis that was first discovered and synthesized at The Scripps Research Institute. According to results released today from a Phase 2 study of 199 patients with active, moderate to severe disease, the drug candidate RPC1063 has potential to significantly improve the treatment paradigm for ulcerative colitis patients.

Contact: Mika Ono
Scripps Research Institute

Public Release: 27-Oct-2014
SpaceX spacecraft splashdown, starring Space Station science
The return of the SpaceX Dragon on Oct. 25 brought with it plant samples, data that may impact your facial cream composition and validation of a new way of creating on Earth crystals that are used in our daily electronic devices.

Contact: Laura Niles
NASA/Johnson Space Center

Public Release: 27-Oct-2014
Status of recent geoscience graduates 2014: Jobs and challenges getting there
The American Geosciences Institute has released the 2014 Status of Recent Geoscience Graduates, which highlights the impact of booming enrollments and the challenges for students face in matching their education to the demands of the current hiring in the geoscience-related industries.

Contact: Carolyn Wilson
703-349-2480 x632
American Geosciences Institute

Public Release: 27-Oct-2014
Moms more likely than dads to check for sugars on nutrition labels
Nearly half of mothers say they check the labels always or very often for added/total sugars, according to new U-M National Poll on Children's Health.
The C.S. Mott Children's Hospital National Poll on Children's Health

Contact: Mary Masson
University of Michigan Health System

Public Release: 27-Oct-2014
Dartmouth researchers unveil first real-time secondhand smoke sensor
Dartmouth College researchers are going to market with the first-ever sensor that detects secondhand and thirdhand tobacco and marijuana smoke in real time.

Contact: John Cramer
Dartmouth College

Public Release: 27-Oct-2014
PRE to support Sense About Science Workshop for Early Career Researchers
PRE (Peer Review Evaluation) has agreed to help sponsor Peer Review: the Nuts and Bolts, a workshop organized by Sense About Science to be held at the University of St. Andrews on Nov. 21, 2014.

Contact: Nicola Poser
Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery

Public Release: 27-Oct-2014
Elsevier announces the launch of a new journal: Current Opinion in Psychology
Elsevier, a world-leading provider of scientific, technical and medical information products and services, today announced the launch of a new review journal: Current Opinion in Psychology.

Contact: Lyndsay Scholefield

Public Release: 27-Oct-2014
Elsevier announces launch of open journal: Biomolecular Detection and Quantification
Elsevier, a world-leading provider of scientific, technical and medical information products and services, is pleased to announce the launch of a new open access journal Biomolecular Detection and Quantification -- BDQ.

Contact: Gwen van der Heide

Public Release: 27-Oct-2014
Smarter, quicker-thinking referees? There's an app for that!
KU Leuven and UEFA, European football's governing body, have embarked on a four-year project to expand and fine-tune a web-based skills training platform for referees. Early results show that the application can improve assistant referees' on-field perception and decision-making by up to 25 percent.

Contact: Werner Helsen
KU Leuven

Showing releases 101-125 out of 244.

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