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Manila Bulletin
BRP Gregorio Velasquez to arrive in Guam on Saturdaythe Republic of the Philippines (1956), the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foun
BRP Gregorio Velasquez to arrive in Guam on Saturday
Manila Bulletin / Posted yesterday
the Republic of the Philippines (1956), the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship (1956-57), Men of Science, Division of Biological Sciences in1969, World’s Who’s Who in Sciences in 1970 and the Republic of the Philippines Cultural... Read more
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New University
Burglary Suspect Behind zotAlerts in Custodyin Orange County. In yesterday’s third incident, UCI received a phone call at
Burglary Suspect Behind zotAlerts in Custody
New University / Posted yesterday
in Orange County. In yesterday’s third incident, UCI received a phone call at approximately 7:22 pm from a professor in Biological Sciences III who described that a man in her office left with a black bag carrying several laptop computers, books... Read more
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The Chicago Maroon
No Standard Rules for Graduate Council Electionsan amendment to its bylaws by a vote of 20–7–5 that will allow GC to determine
No Standard Rules for Graduate Council Elections
The Chicago Maroon / Posted 2 days ago
an amendment to its bylaws by a vote of 20–7–5 that will allow GC to determine the electoral processes of its members on a division- or school-specific basis. The amendment was introduced after Executive Slate and the Elections and Rules (E&R)... Read more
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The Manteca Bulletin
CLASS OF 2016Yee is a 1968 Manteca High graduate and a member of that school’s hall of fame.
CLASS OF 2016
The Manteca Bulletin / Posted 3 days ago
Yee is a 1968 Manteca High graduate and a member of that school’s hall of fame. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in biological sciences in 1972 from USC. Yee graduated in 1997 from the University of the East Medical School. Yee has... Read more
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examiner.com
UND recieves $2.3M in federal fundsfunding to the University of North Dakota (UND) for research that will provide
UND recieves $2.3M in federal funds
examiner.com / Posted 4 days ago
funding to the University of North Dakota (UND) for research that will provide a better understanding of molecular-level biological processes. “We have every opportunity to advance medicine through quality research, but we must make sure we are... Read more
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PhysOrg
DNA origami: Folded DNA as a building material for molecular devicesdiscusses the potential of such techniques. Rothemund is research professor of
DNA origami: Folded DNA as a building material for molecular devices
PhysOrg / Posted 7 days ago
discusses the potential of such techniques. Rothemund is research professor of bioengineering, computing and mathematical sciences, and computation and neural systems in the Division of Engineering and Applied Science at Caltech. What do you... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Unlocking the dark proteome: an interview with Dr Kriwackitheir cellular functions. While this is true for some IDPs, it is not for many,
Unlocking the dark proteome: an interview with Dr Kriwacki
News-Medical-Net / Posted 10 days ago
their cellular functions. While this is true for some IDPs, it is not for many, many others. In several examples of biological functions or settings, where disorder is mediating important processes, the IDPs remain dynamic and disordered as... Read more
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Kansas City InfoZine
National Science Foundation Awards $1.7 Million to Study Zika Virusways of halting the spread of Zika -- fast becoming a major public health threa
National Science Foundation Awards $1.7 Million to Study Zika Virus
Kansas City InfoZine / Posted 13 days ago
ways of halting the spread of Zika -- fast becoming a major public health threat -- the National Science Foundation (NSF) Division of Environmental Biology's Ecology and Evolution of Infectious Diseases (EEID) Program has funded nine rapid... Read more
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The Champaign News-Gazette
Commencement speaker driven by innovation, and by memory of his wifeGoogle Ads and led development of Google Apps and Google Maps — Huber had moved
Commencement speaker driven by innovation, and by memory of his wife
The Champaign News-Gazette / Posted 13 days ago
Google Ads and led development of Google Apps and Google Maps — Huber had moved to the company's innovative Google[x] division for breakthrough technology (e.g., self-driving cars) as senior vice president for life sciences. The underlying... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Mice experiments show how zika invades placenta, fetusbrain development. In neither experiment did the mice develop microcephaly, bu
Mice experiments show how zika invades placenta, fetus
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 14 days ago
brain development. In neither experiment did the mice develop microcephaly, but researchers said this could come down to biological differences between people and mice. "Unlike in humans, a significant amount of neurodevelopment in mice actually... Read more
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My EastText
Former NFL player joins ARMYteam -- the U.S. Army. Liaina, assigned to Company B, 84th Chemical Battalion
Former NFL player joins ARMY
My EastText / Posted 15 days ago
team -- the U.S. Army. Liaina, assigned to Company B, 84th Chemical Battalion here, is training to become a chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear specialist. He was born in American Samoa, but he spent the majority of his youth in... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Mice experiments show how Zika invades placenta, fetusbrain development. In neither experiment did the mice develop microcephaly, bu
Mice experiments show how Zika invades placenta, fetus
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 15 days ago
brain development. In neither experiment did the mice develop microcephaly, but researchers said this could come down to biological differences between people and mice. "Unlike in humans, a significant amount of neurodevelopment in mice actually... Read more
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PharmaceuticalOnline
Ian Whitehall Named Chief Sales Officer At SP Industriesof Ian Whitehall as Chief Sales Officer managing and directing all global sales
Ian Whitehall Named Chief Sales Officer At SP Industries
PharmaceuticalOnline / Posted 15 days ago
of Ian Whitehall as Chief Sales Officer managing and directing all global sales programs for the company’s three divisions, SP Scientific, SP Scienceware and SP Ableware. Most recently EVP for SP Scientific Sales & Service, Whitehall... Read more
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PhysOrg
Mapping a cell's destiny: New tool speeds discovery of spatial patterns in gene networksegg grows into a fully formed organism such as a fly or human being," said Erwi
Mapping a cell's destiny: New tool speeds discovery of spatial patterns in gene networks
PhysOrg / Posted 21 days ago
egg grows into a fully formed organism such as a fly or human being," said Erwin Frise, a Berkeley Lab scientist in the Division of Environmental Genomics and Systems Biology. The challenge is born out of the success of genome sequencing – and... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Old sheriff Acker back in town for Blue Jays-Rangers playoff rematchRangers took batting practice on their first trip into the Rogers Centre since
Old sheriff Acker back in town for Blue Jays-Rangers playoff rematch
Calgary Sun / Posted 21 days ago
Rangers took batting practice on their first trip into the Rogers Centre since last fall’s Game 5 of the American League Division Series. The Jays won thanks to a seventh inning which included the Rangers scoring a disputed run, roughly 1,921... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Pediatric researchers suggest potential dangers for children from cellphone exposuresay may prove an even bigger correlation. In one study, Dr. Hugh Taylor, chair
Pediatric researchers suggest potential dangers for children from cellphone exposure
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 23 days ago
say may prove an even bigger correlation. In one study, Dr. Hugh Taylor, chair of obstetrics, gynecology and reproductive sciences at Yale School of Medicine, put cellphones on the top of cages containing pregnant mice. He then studied the... Read more
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The Scientist
Becoming Acculturatedand it is vast. By some estimates, direct cultivation captures just 0.01 percen
Becoming Acculturated
The Scientist / Posted 24 days ago
and it is vast. By some estimates, direct cultivation captures just 0.01 percent to 1 percent of the bacterial diversity in biological samples. The rest represents a missed opportunity of sorts—organisms whose ecologic functions and metabolic... Read more
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LLRX.com
Evolutions in DNA Forensicsand, on the record before us, defendant was denied a fair trial as a result. Th
Evolutions in DNA Forensics
LLRX.com / Posted 25 days ago
and, on the record before us, defendant was denied a fair trial as a result. Therefore, the order of the Appellate Division should be reversed." "This case requires us to decide what to do with a statute that appears to be obsolete... Read more
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The Daily Californian
Dean of Division of Biological Sciences to retire in June after 5 yearsMartin will retire this coming June after five years of collaboration with acad
Dean of Division of Biological Sciences to retire in June after 5 years
The Daily Californian / Posted 27 days ago
Martin will retire this coming June after five years of collaboration with academic leadership on campus as the Dean of the Division of Biological Sciences of the College of Letters and Science. During his time at UC Berkeley, Martin has helped... Read more
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Sun Star
US Navy turns over research ship to Philippinesthe Republic of the Philippine in 1956, the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foun
US Navy turns over research ship to Philippines
Sun Star / Posted 27 days ago
the Republic of the Philippine in 1956, the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship in1956-57, Men of Science, Division of Biological Sciences in1969, World's Who's Who in Sciences in 1970 and the Republic of the Philippines Cultural... Read more
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Arkansas Times
2016 Arkansas Times Academic All-Star Teamfast pace. And, I don't know, I've just really been astounded by that." High s
2016 Arkansas Times Academic All-Star Team
Arkansas Times / Posted 29 days ago
fast pace. And, I don't know, I've just really been astounded by that." High school: Arkansas School for Mathematics, Sciences and the Arts Taryn Imamura calls herself a STEMinist. It's a label she embraced last summer after encountering a... Read more
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UB Reporter - Buffalo University
UB to hold 170th commencementSUNY honorary degrees will be Leslie G. Ford, associate director for clinical r
UB to hold 170th commencement
UB Reporter - Buffalo University / Posted 29 days ago
SUNY honorary degrees will be Leslie G. Ford, associate director for clinical research for the National Cancer Institute’s Division of Cancer Prevention, and Helene D. Gayle, chief executive officer of the McKinsey Social Initiative. Tripathi will... Read more
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PhysOrg
Seeing atoms and molecules in action with an electron 'eye'track electronic and superconducting properties in exotic materials, and detail
Seeing atoms and molecules in action with an electron 'eye'
PhysOrg / Posted 30 days ago
track electronic and superconducting properties in exotic materials, and detail chemical reactions in gases, liquids and biological samples that are difficult to study using more conventional, X-ray-based experiments. The new research tool... Read more
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Business Wire
Intellia Therapeutics Appoints Perry Karsen as Chairman of Its Board of DirectorsOfficer and Executive Vice President and most recently, Chief Executive Officer
Intellia Therapeutics Appoints Perry Karsen as Chairman of Its Board of Directors
Business Wire / Posted 1 months ago
Officer and Executive Vice President and most recently, Chief Executive Officer of Celgene’s cellular therapeutics division. Previously, Mr. Karsen was President and Chief Executive Officer of Pearl Therapeutics, Inc., a privately held... Read more
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PhysOrg
New state of water molecule discoveredis forbidden in the classical world," said lead author Alexander Kolesnikov of
New state of water molecule discovered
PhysOrg / Posted 1 months ago
is forbidden in the classical world," said lead author Alexander Kolesnikov of ORNL's Chemical and Engineering Materials Division. "This means that the oxygen and hydrogen atoms of the water molecule are 'delocalized' and therefore simultaneously... Read more
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PhysOrg
Molecular biologist talks cheeseApplied Physics and Mathematics Building, is a lot more complex and cutting edg
Molecular biologist talks cheese
PhysOrg / Posted 1 months ago
Applied Physics and Mathematics Building, is a lot more complex and cutting edge. An assistant professor in UC San Diego's Division of Biological Sciences, Dutton examines the communities of bacteria and fungi that produce different kinds of... Read more
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PhysOrg
The rise and fall of the antibiotic ageand think about using those as a drug, instead of a chemical?" explains Dennis,
The rise and fall of the antibiotic age
PhysOrg / Posted 1 months ago
and think about using those as a drug, instead of a chemical?" explains Dennis, a professor at the U of A's Department of Biological Sciences. Two bacteria, Pseudomonas and Burkholderia, are of particular interest to Dennis. Both are deadly to... Read more
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PhysOrg
Earth's weird and wonderful animal modelsvertebrates whose descendants include mammals. Credit: Sandy Kawano and Rick Bl
Earth's weird and wonderful animal models
PhysOrg / Posted 1 months ago
vertebrates whose descendants include mammals. Credit: Sandy Kawano and Rick Blob, National Institute for Mathematical and Biological Synthesis Consider, for a moment, the humble fruit fly. Genus Drosophila. Bulbous-eyed and papery-winged, it's the... Read more

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