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Monthly Archives: November 2009
Genetics may make you a “Couch Potato.“
( University of Granada ) This information is critical to maintain genetic diversity and will help to properly develop conservation plans for water vole (Arvicola sapidus). Researchers from the Doñana Biological Station (CSIC) and the UGR have jointly addressed a … Continue reading
Computer program uses interactive genetic algorithm to help witnesses remember criminals (Science Daily)
Criminals are having a harder time hiding their faces, thanks to new software that helps witnesses recreate and recognize suspects using principles borrowed from the fields of optics and genetics.
You probably have noticed genealogy magazines available at various bookstores. Some researchers find their favorite and subscribe to it; others purchase what looks interesting at the time. The …
LONDON, INDIA: Criminals are having a harder time hiding themselves, thanks to new software that helps witnesses recreate images and recognize suspects relying on principles borrowed from the fields of optics and genetics.
London, Nov 30 (IANS) Criminals are having a harder time hiding themselves, thanks to new software that helps witnesses recreate images and recognise suspects relying on principles borrowed from the fields of optics and genetics.
Investor behavior is largely determined by nature rather than nurture according to a new study by finance professors at Claremont McKenna College and the University of Washington. By studying twins and their financial behavior, researchers found that genetics account for … Continue reading
Researchers have shown for the first time that if a child is diagnosed with autism as early as 18 months of age, offering the toddler age-appropriate, effective therapy can lead to raised IQ levels and improved language skills and behavior.
28 November 2009 DOHA: Cancer diagnosis and treatment monitoring is set to become at least 17 times cheaper, more faster and accurate in Qatar with the introduction of a new critical leukaemia checkup at Hamad Medical Corporations (HMC). The test … Continue reading
A DNA testing project launched by National Geographic and IBM seeks to challenge where we think we come from.
Tripep completes phase I clinical study of its ChronVac-C hepatitis C virus DNA vaccine (News-Medical-Net)
Inovio Biomedical Corporation, a leader in DNA vaccine design, development and delivery, announced today that its partner Tripep AB of Sweden has completed its phase I clinical study of its ChronVac-C hepatitis C virus DNA vaccine delivered using Inovio’s electroporation … Continue reading
Australian researchers revealed on Monday that finding out how kangaroos repair their DNA could be the key to preventing skin cancer. Melbourne University researchers Dr. Linda Feketeova and Dr. Uta Wille have teamed up with Austrian scientists from the University … Continue reading
CANBERRA: Australian researchers revealed on Monday that finding out how kangaroos repair their DNA could be the key to preventing skin cancer, China’s Xinhua news agency reported.
Perfume made from the DNA of celebrities has gone on sale.
Police investigators say DNA evidence may help them learn more about the suspicious death of a Kalamazoo woman whose body was found months ago just north of the city.
DeKALB – A year to the day after he was offered a job with the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at Northern Illinois University, Jason Gordon plans to share his scientific glassblowing skills with the DeKalb community.
South Asia experts have called the recent Obama-Singh meet a success, going by the positive signals given by both sides in all major areas of cooperation, both bilateral and multilateral.
Companies need to move towards using greener chemicals because the principal drivers demanding such change — science, regulation, and B2B environmentally preferable purchasing programs — are surging and will intensify.
Positron Corporation (OTCBB:POSC) a molecular imaging solutions company focused on Nuclear Cardiology, expects the evolution from cardiac SPECT to cardiac PET imaging will be greatly accelerated with the recent changes in reimbursement from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services … Continue reading
Nuance Announces Veriphy 4.0, Critical Test Result Management for Radiology, Pathology, Cardiology and Clinical … (Business Wire via Yahoo! Finance)
CHICAGO—-Nuance Communications, Inc. is today announcing the availability of Veriphy 4.0, a Web-based critical test result management solution for hospital diagnostic departments.