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The life sciences Global Image Database (GID). (1/167)

Although a vast amount of life sciences data is generated in the form of images, most scientists still store images on extremely diverse and often incompatible storage media, without any type of metadata structure, and thus with no standard facility with which to conduct searches or analyses. Here we present a solution to unlock the value of scientific images. The Global Image Database (GID) is a web-based (http://www.gwer.ch/qv/gid/gid.ht m ) structured central repository for scientific annotated images. The GID was designed to manage images from a wide spectrum of imaging domains ranging from microscopy to automated screening. The annotations in the GID define the source experiment of the images by describing who the authors of the experiment are, when the images were created, the biological origin of the experimental sample and how the sample was processed for visualization. A collection of experimental imaging protocols provides details of the sample preparation, and labeling, or visualization procedures. In addition, the entries in the GID reference these imaging protocols with the probe sequences or antibody names used in labeling experiments. The GID annotations are searchable by field or globally. The query results are first shown as image thumbnail previews, enabling quick browsing prior to original-sized annotated image retrieval. The development of the GID continues, aiming at facilitating the management and exchange of image data in the scientific community, and at creating new query tools for mining image data.  (+info)

Singapore focuses its life science strategy on humans. (2/167)

The tiny island has invested heavily in life sciences as a linchpin of its future economy. But initial enthusiasm for a broad-based approach has switched to a focus on human healthcare, reports Kenneth Lee.  (+info)

Nutrition: a reservoir for integrative science. (3/167)

In the last twenty years, powerful new molecular techniques were introduced that made it possible to advance knowledge in human biology using a reductionist approach. Now, the need for scientists to deal with complexity should drive a movement toward an integrationist approach to science. We propose that nutritional science is one of the best reservoirs for this approach. The American Society for Nutritional Sciences can play an important role by developing and delivering a cogent message that convinces the scientific establishment that nutrition fills this valuable niche. The society must develop a comprehensive strategy to develop our image as the reservoir for life sciences integration. Our efforts can start with our national meeting and publications, with the research initiatives for which we advocate, with our graduate training programs and with the public relations image we project for ourselves. Defining the image and future directions of nutrition as the discipline that can integrate scientific knowledge from the cell and molecule to the whole body and beyond to populations can be the most important task that our society undertakes. If we do not effectively meet this challenge, a golden opportunity will pass to others and nutritional scientists will be left to follow them.  (+info)

DNA Data Bank of Japan (DDBJ) for genome scale research in life science. (4/167)

The DNA Data Bank of Japan (DDBJ, http://www.ddbj.nig.ac.jp) has made an effort to collect as much data as possible mainly from Japanese researchers. The increase rates of the data we collected, annotated and released to the public in the past year are 43% for the number of entries and 52% for the number of bases. The increase rates are accelerated even after the human genome was sequenced, because sequencing technology has been remarkably advanced and simplified, and research in life science has been shifted from the gene scale to the genome scale. In addition, we have developed the Genome Information Broker (GIB, http://gib.genes.nig.ac.jp) that now includes more than 50 complete microbial genome and Arabidopsis genome data. We have also developed a database of the human genome, the Human Genomics Studio (HGS, http://studio.nig.ac.jp). HGS provides one with a set of sequences being as continuous as possible in any one of the 24 chromosomes. Both GIB and HGS have been updated incorporating newly available data and retrieval tools.  (+info)

Fruits of human genome project and private venture, and their impact on life science. (5/167)

A small knowledge base was created by organizing the Human Genome Project (HGP) and its related issues in "Science" magazines between 1996 and 2000. This base revealed the stunning achievement of HGP and a private venture and its impact on today's biology and life science. In the mid-1990, they encouraged the development of advanced high throughput automated DNA sequencers and the technologies that can analyse all genes at once in a systematic fashion. Using these technologies, they completed the genome sequence of human and various other organisms. These fruits opened the door to comparative genomics, functional genomics, the interdisprinary field between computer and biology, and proteomics. They have caused a shift in biological investigation from studying single genes or proteins to studying all genes or proteins at once, and causing revolutional changes in traditional biology, drug discovery and therapy. They have expanded the range of potential drug targets and have facilitated a shift in drug discovery programs toward rational target-based strategies. They have spawned pharmacogenomics that could give rise to a new generation of highly effective drugs that treat causes, not just symptoms. They should also cause a migration from the traditional medications that are safe and effective for every members of the population to personalized medicine and personalized therapy.  (+info)

Science at a crossroads. (6/167)

Science is entering an alliance with the economy that will speed the effect of innovation through society. Despite the slowdown of the 'new economy', a cascade paradigm of innovation appears key to increasing the rate of economic growth. Yet for science to continue to thrive and make this contribution to innovation, it must traverse at least three key crossroads. First, while life sciences have built a strong advocacy model to secure growing federal research funding, the physical sciences (including mathematics and engineering) have not and must now do so to thrive. Second, the drop in the numbers of physical scientists and engineers must be reversed if we are to have the talent to maintain a strong trend of scientific advance. Third, although science advances are increasingly interdisciplinary and occurring in the space between the historic science stovepipes, the organization of federal science support is largely unchanged since the beginning of the cold war. While a decentralized model has value, we must also consider new approaches that encourage deeper cooperation across science sectors and agencies.  (+info)

The Bioperl toolkit: Perl modules for the life sciences. (7/167)

The Bioperl project is an international open-source collaboration of biologists, bioinformaticians, and computer scientists that has evolved over the past 7 yr into the most comprehensive library of Perl modules available for managing and manipulating life-science information. Bioperl provides an easy-to-use, stable, and consistent programming interface for bioinformatics application programmers. The Bioperl modules have been successfully and repeatedly used to reduce otherwise complex tasks to only a few lines of code. The Bioperl object model has been proven to be flexible enough to support enterprise-level applications such as EnsEMBL, while maintaining an easy learning curve for novice Perl programmers. Bioperl is capable of executing analyses and processing results from programs such as BLAST, ClustalW, or the EMBOSS suite. Interoperation with modules written in Python and Java is supported through the evolving BioCORBA bridge. Bioperl provides access to data stores such as GenBank and SwissProt via a flexible series of sequence input/output modules, and to the emerging common sequence data storage format of the Open Bioinformatics Database Access project. This study describes the overall architecture of the toolkit, the problem domains that it addresses, and gives specific examples of how the toolkit can be used to solve common life-sciences problems. We conclude with a discussion of how the open-source nature of the project has contributed to the development effort.  (+info)

Inquiry-based undergraduate teaching in the life sciences at large research universities: a perspective on the Boyer Commission Report. (8/167)

The 1998 Boyer Commission Report advocated improvement of undergraduate education at large research universities through large-scale participation of undergraduates in the universities' research mission. At a recent conference sponsored by the Reinvention Center, which is dedicated to furthering the goals of the Boyer Commission, participants discussed progress toward these goals and recommendations for future action. A breakout group representing the life sciences concluded that independent research experience for every undergraduate may not be feasible or desirable but that transformation of lecture courses to more inquiry-based and interactive formats can effectively further the Commission's goals.  (+info)

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Life science researchers who previously were able to manage their compute-intensive work with traditional workstations and simple clusters are finding that they will need more powerful HPC systems in 2015.. According to a new report from HPCWire.com, Ari Berman, GM of Government Services, the BioTeam consulting firm, said: "Roughly 25 percent of life scientists, and this includes bench-level scientists, will require HPC capabilities in 2015, few of whom have ever used a command line.". This emerging need for HPC in life sciences research is being driven largely by complex DNA sequence data but also by proteomic data, protein structure data, cell and organelle imaging data and pathway modeling data.To manage all of these complex data-driven projects, life scientists are looking for such popular features as resource mapping, map GPU to CPU, core-based scheduling, rich resource management, memory, accelerators and application-aware scheduling.. Advanced Clustering offers a way for scientists who ...
The Master of Science in biological sciences in the Department of Biological Sciences at Western Michigan University is designed for you if you wish to pursue your studies past the B.S. with bench-top research experience to enhance your employment options. This program is ideal if you are looking to advance your education and be more competitive in the job market for academic and industrial positions or desire research experience before applying to a professional school.. This program will enhance your abilities to plan, conduct, analyze and report original research. Required coursework enhances your scientific preparation and supports your research.. With the guidance of the major advisor, you will choose additional courses to meet your needs and interests. The degree may serve as preparation for continued graduate or professional study or for positions in the private or public sector. Thesis and non-thesis options are offered.. Candidates admitted for the M.S. program have a Graduate Record ...
Jul 06, 2017. Kiel Life Science presents cutting-edge life science research at the worlds largest industrial trade fair. When the Hannover Messe opens next Monday, 24 April in the capital of Lower Saxony, Kiel University (CAU) will enter new territory with its appearance at the fair: for the first time, the four CAU research focus areas of life science, nano, surface and interface science, marine science and cultural change will present themselves to the public at the largest industrial fair in the world. The "Kiel Life Science" (KLS) research focus, with its attractive programme of exhibits and presentations, will help to showcase cutting-edge research from Kiel, and its interfaces with society and applications.. KLS spokesperson Professor Thomas Bosch emphasised: "The aim of our research is to understand the origin of healthy and diseased processes in various organisms, in interaction with their environment. Thereby we hope to derive new options for prophylaxis and treatment in future. In ...
BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES (BSC)Courses that may not be counted toward a major in Biological Sciences:103. Biology and Society. 3 hrs. Concepts and methods of biological science and their relationship to human affairs.
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We are excited to announce that the first step on this path has been completed!. Milestone 1 complete: Wikidata entities for all human genes. We have just finished adding entities for all (~40,000) human gene entries that contain a label in the Entrez Gene database [3]. We consider this a first step in making Wikidata a central repository for biological identifiers and their mappings to related resources. Each gene now has a stable identifier (e.g. https://www.wikidata.org/wiki/Q18039760) from Wikidata that links to other key identifier systems such as Entrez Gene. These are the first seeds of the garden of knowledge that we hope to sow.. We added Entrez Gene to Wikidata in two development sprints (see here and here). The final bot was split into two subtasks. The first being a stub creator, where for each Entrez Gene entry, a stub was created. This stub consisted of the title of the gene, its aliases, its Entrez Gene identifier (P351) it being a subclass of a gene (P279) and that it was found ...
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You may know that the San Diego Biotechnology Network, and its partner company, Comprendia, are dedicated to improving communication between life scientists and the companies that serve them. As part of this objective, we like to pass on resources for both groups to help, check out our video resources for life science and the list of life science companies using social media. Life scientists can use the wiki list below as a reference and to learn and contribute, and companies should realize the potential that resources such as these present for helping their customers put the complex science behind their products in context.. What is a wiki? Many use the term loosely these days, to refer to any web resource. To us, a wiki is a community-driven, content rich website in which many of the pages are interconnected. There are many free software programs to generate wikis, and even a resource which lists wikis and helps you choose which one will best meet your needs.. Weve been looking into life ...
How do human beings stay healthy? What are the factors involved in disease transmission? Studying the human health biological sciences degree looks at answering these questions.. At Brunel, we understand that your specialist knowledge should be built on a sound grounding of all the areas of biomedical sciences. This means that your first year will cover areas such as the human body, biochemistry and research skills. As you continue through your degree you will study the specialist area of human health and learn about the role of infectious organisms in disease and how human activities can lead to disease transmission.. And if you change your mind about your specialist area, dont worry. The flexibility of our course at Brunel means that you can switch to another specialist pathway in the second year or even take the general Biomedical Sciences BSc.. Our Biomedical Sciences (Human Health) BSc can be studied over three years full-time, or four years full-time with a one-year work placement between ...
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Chair: Jay C. Dunlap. Professors V. R. Ambros (Genetics), C. N. Cole (Biochemistry and Genetics), M. D. Cole (Pharmacology and Genetics), J. C. Dunlap (Genetics and Biochemistry), M. L. Guerinot (Biological Sciences), M. A. Israel (Pediatrics and Genetics), J. J. Loros (Biochemistry and Genetics), C. R. McClung (Biological Sciences), T. K. Mohandas (Pathology and Genetics), N. A. Speck (Biochemistry), R. K. Taylor (Microbiology and Immunology), W. T. Wickner (Biochemistry); Associate Professors B. A. Arrick (Medicine), S. E. Bickel (Biological Sciences), C. Brenner (Genetics and Biochemistry), P. J. Dolph (Biological Sciences), S. N. Fiering (Microbiology and Immunology and Genetics), R. H. Gross (Biological Sciences), T. P. Jack (Biological Sciences), E. J. Lambie (Biological Sciences), J. H. Moore (Genetics); Assistant Professors Y. Ahmed (Genetics), B. Conradt (Genetics), P. Ernst (Genetics), C. W. Pikielny (Genetics), R. M. Saito (Genetics), S. G. Tevosian (Genetics), M. L. Whitfield ...
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The Bachelor of Science degree in Biomedical Sciences immerses students in an exploration of topics in the life sciences, including cell biology, genetics, microbiology, molecular biology, neurobiology, and physiology, as they are applied to the science of human health. The BS in Biomedical Sciences also allows students to fulfill some undergraduate course requirements for admission to medical, dental, veterinary, pharmacy and other health- and science-related graduate or professional schools.. Biomedical Sciences Career Options. Through rigorous coursework and ample opportunities for research or clinical experiences, students will be prepared for: (1) advanced training at the graduate or professional level, i.e. MS, MPH, Ph.D., MD, DDS, DO, OD, PA, DPM, PharmD, or DVM; and (2) employment in biomedical careers, such as clinical and research laboratories in private industry or public agencies (regional, state, federal), or other areas such as law and business that bridge with biology.. Contact an ...
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The biological sciences are a diverse collection of scientific disciplines that interact and intermingle in tremendously complex and interesting ways. To provide the maximum potential for students to explore this vast area of science, the Department of Biological Sciences offers a flexible major that allows students to select coursework to fit their individual interests and career aspirations. Before declaring an area of concentration, students develop their course plan in consultation with one or more faculty mentors.. Prerequisites: Biology 11, Chemistry 5 and 6 (or equivalent), and one quantitative course from among Computer Science 5, Mathematics 4, 8 or above, Engineering Sciences 10, or Biology 29. A student who elects to include Biology 29 in their area of concentration (see below) must fulfill this prerequisite with one of the other courses (e.g., Computer Science 5, Mathematics 4, 8 or above, or Engineering Sciences 10). Although not required for the major, some upper-level Biology ...
Life science analytical instruments are tools used in diagnosis, testing, and identification of pathogens in samples. The utilization of life science instruments for clinical research and large budget for expanding efforts in research and development can bode well in healthcare and life sciences sectors. The global life science analytical instruments market report by Market Research Future (MRFR) contains insights on the various tools, methods, and its respective applications.. Life Science & Analytical Instruments Market Overview. The global life science analytical instruments market is expected to exhibit a stellar growth rate of 6.5% from 2017 to 2023 (forecast period). The market valuation can touch USD 56.7 Bn by 2023. Mushrooming of biotechnology labs, research companies, and biomedical testing companies in developing and developed countries can fuel the market demand till the end of the forecast period.. The market can accrue massive revenue due to increased interest in drug discovery and ...
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Exeter was an excellent choice of university for me, as it offers a city experience with both the sea and countryside just minutes away. Campus is attractive and conveniently close to town, if a little hilly!. The Biological Sciences course is both diverse and flexible, offering a wide range of module choices in the 2nd and 3rd years. The highlight of the course was the independent research project in my final year. This project was based in one of the department laboratories and gave me the opportunity to work alongside staff and get a feel for what research is really like. Reading Biological Sciences also enabled me to get involved in the Excited about science Sutton Trust project, running science workshops with year 11 students from schools in Exeter. Throughout my time at university I have become involved in the local community, working with Community Actions Kids Club as well as a local Guide unit. My involvement with the Exeter Student Ambassador Scheme enabled me to develop a variety ...
The Body in Parts: Disease and the biomedical sciences in the 20th century. In the 20th century, Western societies have experienced a significant and humbling transformation in the character and understanding of disease with the rise of chronic disease, the decline of acute disease, and the evolving understanding of the mechanisms of diseases of civilization - from many cancers to cardiovascular disease and AIDS. This essay provides an overview of this transformation in disease, and explains how the history and philosophy of science can illuminate this 20th century transition. Moreover, the essay provides an argument for how a study of the biomedical sciences in America can demonstrate the ways in which science, medicine, and culture have interacted to address these evolving problems of disease in our time. Such a project would focus on four areas of the biomedical sciences: immunology, oncology, genetics, and anesthesiology. Part one of the essay provides an overview of the relationship of ...
Why study this course?**. Our Biological Science (including foundation year) BSc (Hons) degree is designed to give you the opportunity to enter higher education if you cant meet the requirements or dont hold traditional qualifications required to enter a three-year undergraduate degree.. This four-year course has a built-in foundation year (Year 0) to help you improve your study skills and provide you with the fundamental scientific knowledge youll need to enter an undergraduate degree in human sciences. Youll graduate with the same degree title and award as students on the traditional three-year route.. **More about this course**. Our Biological Science (including foundation year) BSc (Hons) degree will equip you with intricate skills necessary to interpret and analyse biological data.. Throughout your four-year degree youll receive exceptional support from experienced staff including your lecturers, mentors and careers services. Most of your teaching will take place in our £30 million ...
Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences (PJBS) is an international, peer-reviewed and well indexed scientific journal seeks to promote and disseminate the knowledge of biological sciences by publishing outstanding research in the field. Scope of the journal includes: Cell biology, developmental biology, structural biology, microbiology, entomology, toxicology, molecular biology & genetics, biochemistry, biotechnology, biodiversity, ecology, marine biology, plant biology and bioinformatics ...
Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences (PJBS) is an international, peer-reviewed and well indexed scientific journal seeks to promote and disseminate the knowledge of biological sciences by publishing outstanding research in the field. Scope of the journal includes: Cell biology, developmental biology, structural biology, microbiology, entomology, toxicology, molecular biology & genetics, biochemistry, biotechnology, biodiversity, ecology, marine biology, plant biology and bioinformatics ...
What is happening inside our cells? What is happening at a molecular level? The bringing together of biology and chemistry allows scientists to use chemical knowledge to understand biological problems.. At Brunel, we understand that your specialist knowledge should be built on a sound grounding of all the areas of biomedical sciences. This means that your first year will cover areas such as the human body, biochemistry and research skills. As you continue through your degree you will study specialist areas that will teach you about the various biochemical pathways and how they may be altered during specific human diseases.. And if you change your mind about your specialist area, dont worry. The flexibility of our course at Brunel means that you can switch to another specialist pathway in the second year or even take the general Biomedical Sciences BSc.. Our biochemistry biomedical sciences degree can be studied over three years full-time, or four years full-time with a one-year work placement ...
The examinations regulations in the ,?xml:namespace prefix = st1 ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:smarttags" /,School of Biological Sciences apply. The aggregate pass mark for all three papers is 50 per cent. For each paper 70 per cent marks shall be allocated for the written paper and 30per cent for continuous assessment. The passmark for each paper is 50 per cent. Candidates must pass all the papers before they can proceed to the second year programme.. Upon successful completion of the first year the Candidate will proceed to do research project and write a thesis.. A Candidate who fails to attain the pass mark will not be allowed into the second year programme but may be allowed to sit supplementary or may be discontinued if he fails such supplementary or fails with the marks below 40 per cent in the first attempt as guided by the general School of Biological Sciences Examination Regulations.. At the end of the second year Candidates shall submit and defend their research ...
The MSci Biological Sciences is an undergraduate integrated masters degree, offered by The Royal Veterinary College (London, UK), to prepare you for a PhD or a career in an industrial or academic research environment.
The Biological Sciences minor provides an opportunity for students in programs outside of the College of Biological Sciences to complement their studies with a concentration in biology. Student in the minor experience the breadth of biology by taking courses in five core areas: molecular biology/ biochemistry, animal biology, plant biology, microbiology and ecology/evolution.
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In this article trends in the design of iconic elite life science buildings is discussed. Four main elite life science buildings of the new century are considered. The buildings reflect things going on in and around elite contemporary life science today, including changing ideas about the relation between the public and science, and about the relation of science to the market. Reading trends in the design of science buildings is a way to follow the evolving epistemology of the life sciences and changing demands of science policy.. ...
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Seattle - June 13, 2014 - Lee & Hayes announced today that Life Sciences patent attorney Rachal Winger, Ph.D., has joined its Seattle office. The firm, which is an internationally ranked Intellectual Property (IP) law firm headquartered in the Pacific Northwest, is expanding its Life Sciences practice by welcoming Winger as an integral member of this specialized group. Wingers practice focuses on domestic and international patent prosecution, due diligence, patentability and freedom-to-operate assessments, and litigation evaluation and support. "We are thrilled to welcome Rachal to our Life Sciences group and looking forward to having her help lead the charge in expanding our presence in the Seattle market and growing our client portfolio," said Brett Nelson, partner and chair of the Chemical and Life Sciences practice group. "Skilled in IP law and highly respected in life sciences circles, Rachal is a valuable addition to our team." Wingers long-standing experience includes technologies ...
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CLS once again internationally recognised as one of the best places to work An international poll of scientists has once again named the College of Life Sciences at the University of Dundee as one of the best places to work in life sciences research. The College is among the top three places to work in scientific research in the United Kingdom - second, ahead of the University of Cambridge. It is also the only research institute in Scotland to be named in the list of the top 10 research universities outside the United States. ...
Am I a life scientist or an IT data manager? Thats the question many researchers are asking themselves in todays data-driven life sciences organizations.. Whether it is a bench scientist analyzing a genomic sequence or an M.D. exploring biomarkers and a patients genomic variants to develop a personalized treatment, researchers are spending a great amount of time searching for, accessing, manipulating, analyzing, and visualizing data.. Organizations supporting such research efforts are trying to make it easier to perform these tasks without the user needing extensive IT expertise and skills. This mission is not easy.. Focus on the data. Modern life sciences data analysis requirements are vastly different than they were just a handful of years ago.. In the past, once data was created, it was stored, analyzed soon after, and then archived to tape or another long-term medium. Today, not only is more data is being generated, but also the need to re-analyze that data means that it must be retained ...
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Clinical Applications The "Clinical investigation" group consists of researchers, MDs, Pharmacists, highly involved in clinical research. Their goal is to design and test new imaging concepts for a better characterization of disease and for an enhanced understanding of the onset of disease, drug response and disease evolution over time, towards precision medicice. Their two main research areas are neurological diseases and cancer. Team Leader: Nicolas Tournier​​. ...
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While its true that artificial intelligence and computer-based algorithms are making their way into both the lab and clinical practice, the adoption of these new technologies will not replace the work of the researchers themselves. On the contrary: itll enable them to become more effective than ever before.
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Biomedical sciences are the foundation of knowledge for all health care professionals. Unlike most undergraduate programs, curriculum at National University focuses solely on health care-related courses. Instead of studying plant or animal sciences not applicable to a health care career, your focus will be on human biology.. To further your understanding of the human body, biomedical science students also get the chance to work on real human cadavers. In Anatomy l, students learn about the musculoskeletal systems, muscles, bones, nerves, blood vessels, and skin. Anatomy II covers the chest and abdomen, lungs, heart, gastro-intestinal tract, and reproductive system. Students enrolled in the anatomy courses spend two hours each week in our gross-anatomy lab. They examine multiple cadavers to observe structures that they are discussing in classroom lectures. This also gives them a chance to observe differences between one body and another.. In addition to basic science courses in microbiology, ...
About the Life Sciences Complex. The $107 million Life Sciences Complex is the largest building project in SU history. Designed by Ellenzweig Associates of Cambridge, Mass., the buildings architecture reflects the collaborative and interdisciplinary approaches that characterize teaching and research in 21st-century life sciences. The complex is a vital instructional facility, a major research center, a training ground for future scientists and a place of discovery for all who enter.. Among the buildings highlights is the RESTORE Center for Environmental Biotechnology. The center encompasses high-tech teaching and research support facilities that faculty researchers and students will use to study how organisms interact with their environments. The center will also promote collaborations between researchers and professionals from Central New York biotechnology and biopharmaceutical industries, and provide highly qualified graduates to fill needed positions in these companies.. "Im proud to have ...
Headlines on biosecurity, stem cell research, and drug development suggest that the life sciences are expanding rapidly, but this is not reflected in salary growth for US life scientists, which has remained relatively stagnant. The consumer price index has risen 3.0% since July 2003, but salaries for life scientists have marked only a 2.3% increase, according to The Scientists 2004 salary survey.Some cities, sectors, and specializations in the life sciences posted slight increases in income thi
Reliance Institute of Life Sciences (RILS), established by Dhirubhai Ambani Foundation, is an institution of higher education in various fields of life sciences and related technologies. The Reliance Institute of Life Sciences (RILS) is an educational institution offering higher learning in various domains of life sciences and related technologies. Established by the Dhirubhai Ambani Foundation, it is said to be Indias pioneer institute in offering graduate, post-graduate, doctoral, research and continuing education programs in several emerging areas of science and technology. The institute offers training in specific areas of fundamental and applied research, including basic and applied sciences, agriculture and environment sciences, process development and manufacturing sciences, clinical research and science and engineering courses in the computer, biomedical and pharmaceutical fields. The institute is headed by its Chairman, business magnate, Mukesh Ambani. Vice-chairman K. V. Subramaniam, ...
The FASEB Life Science Marketplace is the database dedicated to biomedical professionals, helping them find the products & services they need. Lucigen Corporation - Lucigen was founded in 1998 to develop novel, useful products and technologies for advancing life science research. Our unique kits and methods are used by researchers worldwide to achieve dramatic advances in gene cloning, genomics, and protein expression. These products allow successful cloning of genes and genomes that have been impossible to obtain with standard methods. Lucigens exclusive DNA library construction services are used worldwide to streamline genomic research projects, both large and small, saving time, effort, and research dollars. Lucigens products are used in-house as well to meet the challenges of our enzyme discovery program. We have isolated novel molecules from organisms that inhabit -extreme environments, which have remarkable nucleic acid amplification properties and have proven useful in genomic research,
At the analytica conference today in Munich, Germany, a group of early access users shared their first results using the GS Junior System, a new bench top high-throughput sequencing platform for life science research use from 454 Life Sciences, a Roche Company. The presentations, which ranged from studies on targeted amplicon sequencing to whole genome sequencing of bacterial genomes, underscore the speed at which the researchers were able to progress from hypothesis to biologically relevant res
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Region sees growth in total number of companies and employment. For Release January 31, 2013. Kansas City, MO. - Despite economic turmoil the past three years, the hub of life sciences in the Kansas City region continues to grow and reveals a changing landscape. According to the 2012 Life Sciences Industry Census released Jan. 31 from the Kansas City Area Life Sciences Institute (KCALSI) the number life science companies in the region grew 17 percent since 2009. The increase in companies was accompanied by an increase of 21 percent in employment in the life sciences sector. When asked about future hiring trends, almost 90 percent of respondents indicated plans to add employees over the next 36 months.. "National statistics indicated that the biotechnology sector weathered the Great Recession very well," said Dr. Keith Gary, KCALSI director of program development. "Its great to see that trend validated in our region.". In 2009 the Kansas City region was home to 206 life science companies in 24 ...
Art Levinson, Sergey Brin, Anne Wojcicki, Mark Zuckerberg, Priscilla Chan, and Yuri Milner recently announced the launch of the Breakthrough Prize in Life Sciences, recognizing excellence in research aimed at curing intractable diseases and extending human life. The prize will be administered by the Breakthrough Prize in Life Sciences Foundation, a not-for-profit corporation.. The first 11 recipients of the Breakthrough Prize, each of whom will receive $3 million for groundbreaking achievements in life science research are:. Cornelia I. Bargmann, PhD, Torsten N. Wiesel Professor and Head of the Lulu and Anthony Wang Laboratory of Neural Circuits and Behavior at the Rockefeller University. Howard Hughes Medical Institute Investigator. For the genetics of neural circuits and behavior, and synaptic guidepost molecules.. David Botstein, PhD, Director of the Lewis-Sigler Institute for Integrative Genomics and the Anthony B. Evnin Professor of Genomics at -Princeton University. For linkage mapping of ...
I ARIZONA DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE June, 2008 Dear Colleague: Thank you for your interest in Arizonas growing biosciences industry. The 2008-2009 Arizona Bioscience Directory was compiled to promote Arizonas emerging strength as a bio and life sciences powerhouse. Over the past few years, our state has built an incredible life sciences infrastructure at a time when the industry is expanding and producing new discoveries every day that will improve the quality of life for everyone. Arizonas bioscience momentum has attracted world-wide attention through a variety of ways: construction of new research facilities; recruitment of key scientists to the state; an increasing number of new and expanding biotech firms; plus an enhanced focus on math and science education in K-12. Unique public-private partnerships continue to drive Arizonas success in the global bioscience arena and the state has developed a reputation for openness and access to leadership not found in other biotech hubs. And, Arizonas ...
Dr. Elad Levy is Professor of Neurosurgery and Radiology, L. Nelson Hopkins, MD Chairman of the Department of Neurological Surgery, Jacobs School of Medicine at Biomedical Sciences, at State University of New York at Buffalo. In 2017 he was appointed as one of 12 National Directors to the American Board of Neurological Surgery. In 2018 he was appointed Secretary to the Congress of Neurological Surgeons (CNS) Executive Committee and appointed to the 2018 American Association of Neurological Surgeons (AANS) Ethics Committee for a two year term. His most recent award in 2018 was receiving the "2018 Drake Lectureship" at the CV Section at CNS. Dr. Levy has a national and global reputation in the field of neurovascular disease, and has co-authored over 300 peer-reviewed publications, including several in the New England Journal of Medicine. He has also co-authored many published books in neurovascular disease, his most recent being "Decision Making in Neurovascular Disease" Thieme Publishers, May 1, ...
The Kansas City Area Life Sciences Institute (KCALSI) was formed by community leaders in 1999 when they considered how to best grow the regional life sciences after Jim and Virginia Stowers committed funds to build the Stowers Institute for Medical Research. KCALSI has continued this quest for over 15 years and the region has seen unprecedented growth in both human and animal health.. In 2005, a significant regional strategy was developed and identified the animal health strength which led to the development of the Animal Health Corridor, now recognized around the world as the epicenter for animal health development. This subsequently led to the successful bid for the $1.25 billion National Bio and Agro-Defense facility in Manhattan, Kansas, which will focus on emerging and zoonotic diseases. Cancer research and care was another area of focus ten years ago that led to the University of Kansas Cancer Center receiving NCI designation in 2012 under the leadership of Dr. Roy Jensen.. In 2014, the ...
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PubMed Central Canada (PMC Canada) provides free access to a stable and permanent online digital archive of full-text, peer-reviewed health and life sciences research publications. It builds on PubMed Central (PMC), the U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH) free digital archive of biomedical and life sciences journal literature and is a member of the broader PMC International (PMCI) network of e-repositories.
PubMed Central Canada (PMC Canada) provides free access to a stable and permanent online digital archive of full-text, peer-reviewed health and life sciences research publications. It builds on PubMed Central (PMC), the U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH) free digital archive of biomedical and life sciences journal literature and is a member of the broader PMC International (PMCI) network of e-repositories.
Hughes, A.L. 2011. Recombinational histories of avian infectious bronchitis virus and turkey coronavirus. Arch. Virol. 156: 1823-1829.. Hughes, A.L. 2011. Stereotyped and non-stereotyped features of the temporal patterning of singing sessions in the ovenbird Seiurus auricapillus. Behav. Processes 87: 165-170.. Hughes, A.L., and Friedman, R. 2011. A survey of schistosome protein domain types: insights into unique biological properties. Mol. Biochem. Parasitol. 177:100-105.. Hughes, A.L., and Friedman, R. 2011. Distinctive amino acid composition profiles in salivary proteins of the tick Ixodes scapularis. Ticks Tick-Bourne Dis. 2: 219-224.. Callendret, B., Eccleston, H.B., Heksch, R., Hasselschwert, D.L., Purcell, R.H., Hughes, A.L., and Walker, C.M. 2011. Transmission of clonal heoatitis C virus genomes reveals dominant but transitory role for CD8+T cells in early viral evolution. J. Virol. 85: 11833-11845.. Creager, H.M., Becker, E.A., Sandman, K.K., Karl, J.A., Lank, S.M., Bimber, B.N., ...

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Packard Fellowships in Science and Engineering Announces New Class of Fellows and Celebrates 30th Anniversary - The David and...Packard Fellowships in Science and Engineering Announces New Class of Fellows and Celebrates 30th Anniversary - The David and...

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Meta-assessment of bias in science | PNASMeta-assessment of bias in science | PNAS

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  • October 15, 2018 (Los Altos, CA) - Today, the David and Lucile Packard Foundation celebrated the 30th anniversary of the Packard Fellowships for Science and Engineering by announcing the recipients of its 2018 class of Fellows . (packard.org)
  • Morphology, the description and analysis of organismal form, is one of the oldest biological disciplines that has significantly contributed to our understanding as to how animals function and how the overwhelming diversity of phenotypes evolved. (frontiersin.org)
  • Funded by the NIH National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences through its Clinical and Translational Science Awards Program, grant number UL1TR002541. (harvard.edu)
  • CMCC also offers chiropractic graduate studies in sport sciences, clinical sciences, rehabilitation sciences and radiology following the 4-year Doctor of Chiropractic Degree. (wikipedia.org)
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