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That means the test can not only tell when someone has been infected, it can also see whether treatment is working, as shown by a fall in the number of parasites in a patient's blood. Paris - A new...
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2014/09/01 05:48
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The CART (Comprehensive Agriculture Rescue Trailer), a 40-foot flatbed trailer equipped with a fully functional grain bin, grain leg and gravity flow grain wagon, was on display at the Washington...
2014/08/31 08:21
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AHMEDABAD: Soon, software and hardware will be available for tailor-made rehabilitation programs for people suffering from neurological disorders including stroke/paralysis, epilepsy, dementia and...
2014/08/23 17:59
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Short review: The PetPost Secret; Only Connect: Short Fiction about Technology and Us from the Indian Subcontinent and Australia; Life at the Speed of Light; Shikahandi and Other Tales They Don’t Tell...
2014/08/21 22:39
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Iota Master Chapter holds ice cream social Iota Master Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi held summer social Aug. 9 at Dearman’s Soda Shop. Cheryl Foster and Nancy McGraw were event hosts, and 18 members and...
2014/08/17 16:09
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JACKSON, Miss. (AP) - The Mississippi Department of Transportation has appointed Rachel Westerfield director of its new hydraulics division. Department executive director Melinda McGrath says...
2014/08/12 18:06
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GORDONVILLE, Pa. (AP) — The accidental drowning death of a Leacock Township teen Saturday was tragic, but unfortunately, not unique. Fifteen-year-old Jonas King was operating a skid loader when it...
2014/08/12 13:42
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MIT biological engineers have now demonstrated that a new genome-editing technique, called CRISPR, can disrupt a single parasite gene with a success rate of up to 100 percent -- in a matter of weeks....
2014/08/11 19:17
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Bioengineers Make Functional 3D Brain-Like Tissue Model Tufts model shows biochemical & electrophysiological responses; research offers new options for study of brain function, disease and...
2014/08/10 14:42
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In a paper published recently in the journal Nature Communications, Manos Mavrikakis, professor of chemical and Biological Engineering at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and his collaborators...
2014/08/09 10:50
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Job demand in the agribusiness field has been growing in the Midwest and nationwide. But that doesn't mean you will be stuck in or near farm fields. "This is just not a rural need," said Glenn...
2014/08/06 09:57
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Spray-on solar offers cheap alternative to silicon cells Using the spray-painting method the researchers at Sheffield university have already developed prototype solar cell with 11% effieciency A...
2014/08/05 18:38
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The test strips, which are based on the same technology used in pregnancy tests, turn red when cancer is present. MIT/Bryce Vickmark Peeing on a stick in the privacy of our bathrooms has long been a...
2014/08/05 11:39
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In one project, Brad Olsen's lab seeks to engineer soaps that can be sprayed onto a toxic chemical release and not only wash off the chemical, but detoxify it. In another, he is joining with numerous...
2014/08/04 07:17
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Discovery could help cut the cost of solar electricity Perovskite is a promising new material for solar cells, combing high efficiency with low materials costs Spray-painting method could be used in...
2014/08/04 04:22
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Whinnery, a 2014 graduate of St. Clairsville High School, was at the Ohio State Fair last week between visits to other fairs across the state. Selected in January as the Ohio Fairs' Queen by the Ohio...
2014/08/01 14:37
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Whinnery, a 2014 graduate of St. Clairsville High School, now is at the Ohio State Fair when she isn't taking time off to attend a county fair. Selected in January as the Ohio Fairs' Queen by the...
2014/07/31 16:17
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Master Heat-Shock Factor Supports Reprogramming of Normal Cells to Enable Tumor Growth and Metastasis Newswise — CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (July 31, 2014) – Long associated with enabling the proliferation of...
2014/07/31 13:38
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Engineering a protein, research shows, may prevent brain damage in civilians and soldiers exposed to poisonous chemicals - particularly those in pesticides and chemical weapons. A set of proteins...
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