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2015/05/22 22:38
2015/05/22 22:38
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Scientists say they have unlocked a pathway for producing opiates from genetically-engineered yeast but feared the discovery could one day be a bonanza for drug lords. Other experts agreed, saying...
2015/05/22 22:38
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2015/05/22 19:44
2015/05/22 19:44
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PRINCETON, N.J. (5/22/15) - Senior Matt McDonald and junior Julia Ratcliffe have been named to the Capital One Academic All-District Track & Field Team it was announced by the College Sports...
2015/05/22 15:08
2015/05/22 15:08
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MIT researchers have shown that they can use a microfluidic cell-squeezing device to introduce specific antigens inside the immune system's B cells, providing a new approach to developing and...
2015/05/21 18:30
2015/05/21 18:30
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UB and Roswell Park Cancer Institute researchers have been awarded a $1.85 million grant to create an interdisciplinary stem cell research training program. The program, called Stem Cells in...
2015/05/21 15:43
2015/05/21 15:43
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Parents: Ambi Sitha & Sutha Ambikkumar Sponsor: Gail Triveline, counselor Planned major: Biomedical engineering Awards, honors: AP Scholar with Distinction; North-Suburban All-Conference Award;...
2015/05/21 08:49
2015/05/21 08:49
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Mauricio Torres is enjoying his final days at Lathrop High. As Associated Student Body president, he’s greeted daily by classmates, teacher, administrators and staff while making his way around...
2015/05/19 20:23
2015/05/19 20:23
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New volunteers are needed to expand the pool of science fair judges for the Sea Island Regional Science Fair Organization. The organization is the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair and...
2015/05/15 16:34
2015/05/15 16:34
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Cape Town - The road to St James on a Saturday night is deserted. Workmen filling potholes have little use for their Stop, Go signs. Only a snail trail of parked cars and colourful lights skimming...
2015/05/13 21:14
2015/05/13 21:14
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Editor’s note: Ryan Clarke is a biochemistry PhD candidate with an interest in genetic engineering. He is a published scientist with a background in synthetic biology and social analytics. James Hyun...
2015/05/13 18:11
2015/05/13 18:11
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Gettysburg Lions awards May Student of the Month Gettysburg Lions awards May Student of the Month: Gettysburg Lion Bob Berkey, left, presents the May Student of the Month award to GAHS senior Drew...
2015/05/13 10:24
2015/05/13 10:24
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Most wind energy farms in the United States are located in the gusty, high-velocity wind areas of the Midwest. This region benefits tremendously from a bountiful supply of wind energy. Other regions...
2015/05/12 17:23
2015/05/12 17:23
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New volunteers are needed to expand the pool of science fair judges for the Sea Island Regional Science Fair Organization (SIRSF). The SIRSF is the INTEL International Science and Engineering Fair...
2015/05/12 13:39
2015/05/12 13:39
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With further advancements, this technology has the potential to resolve the shape of objects in flow as small as viruses, the researchers say. The new technique, described in the May 12 issue of...
2015/05/11 19:42
2015/05/11 19:42
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Whitehead Institute Founding Member Harvey Lodish first took an interest in DBA back in 2007 at a small meeting of researchers and patient families. When he learned that there was no clear...
2015/05/11 07:48
2015/05/11 07:48
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Families could very soon see their homes “powered by poo”. Three years after Northumbrian Water first used its sewage sludge to generate electricity a new £8m project is set to inject the vapours...
2015/05/07 13:40
2015/05/07 13:40
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Graham, the Vilas Distinguished Achievement Professor and Harvey D. Spangler Professor of Chemical and Biological Engineering at UW-Madison, established a theoretical basis for these ideas by creating...
2015/05/04 13:52
2015/05/04 13:52
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Andale High School: Trevor Clevenger, son of Milton Clevenger and Laura Cloud, Colorado School of Mines, nuclear engineering Anderson County High School: Alexis Pedrow, daughter of Jeff and Teresa...
2015/05/01 15:44
2015/05/01 15:44
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Hydrogels can be up to 99 percent water and as a result are similar in composition to human tissues. They can take on a variety of forms and functions beyond that of contact lenses. By tuning their...
Read more at Science Daily, PhysOrg
2015/04/27 11:39
2015/04/27 11:39
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Last year was a notable one for scientific achievements: In 2014, European researchers discovered a fundamental new particle that sheds light on the origins of the universe, and the European Space...
Read more at PhysOrg, Salon.com
2015/05/22 22:38
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