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Scientists show both types of diabetes are caused by same unde...

Work by scientists at the Universities of Manchester and Auckland suggest that both major forms of diabetes, type-1 and type-2, are the result of the same mechanism. The findings, published today in the FASEB Journal (20 August), provide ... University of Manchester, 18 hours ago

New HMI Standard Almost Ready for Viewing

It's been a long haul since the ISA101 committee was first formed in 2006, but it looks like a new standard on human-machine interfaces (HMIs) will finally be issued before the year is out. It's not uncommon for standards to take many years to ...
 Automation World21 hours ago
Variety

Creative Arts Emmy Winners

Outstanding Guest Actress In A Drama Series (WINNER) Allison Janney, Masters of Sex Margo Martindale, The Americans Diana Rigg, Game of Thrones Kate Mara, House of Cards Jane Fonda, The Newsroom Kate Burton, Scandal SEE MORE: Awards: The ...
 Variety2 days ago

Forum Addresses Gender Imbalance in Science

FORUM ADDRESSES GENDER IMBALANCE IN SCIENCE LOréal hosts fellows at inaugural Girls in Science event Recent global statistics* confirm the world's science community has a gender imbalance with twice as many male school leavers as females ...
 Scoop6 days ago

A Look At Gene Therapy

(HealthNewsDigest.com) - It would take a few years for a brief article--published in Nature on April 25, 1953--to fully capture the public's imagination. Its quintessentially British understated title, "A Structure For Deoxyribose Nucleic Acid," was ...
 HealthNewsDigest.com1 week ago
Kathmandu Post

Postplatform : Need to change course

AUG 07 - High on the global agenda at present is promoting the idea that women have what it takes. Women around the world are made to believe that they are no less than men. In more developed societies, modern women are made to believe that they ...
 Kathmandu Post1 week ago

Book Review: The Man in the Monkeynut Coat - William Astbury and the Forgotten Road to the Double-Helix

'It was late January in 1953. The coming year would see a new young queen crowned in Britain, Everest conquered, and Joseph Stalin dead. But of all these events, perhaps the most momentous was a short paper that appeared in the scientific journal ...
 BioNews2 weeks ago
Azonano

ASU Professor to Lead New Biodesign Institute initiative

Petra Fromme, an Arizona State University professor of chemistry and biochemistry, has been appointed by President Michael M. Crow to lead a new Biodesign Institute initiative that will have a significant impact on the fields of bioenergy, enzyme ...
 Azonano2 weeks ago New ASU Center to Advance Research in Bioenergy, Biomedicine  HispanicBusiness.com2 weeks ago

The Also-Rans

Recently, in preparation for a lecture I gave on writing scientific papers, I had the opportunity to re-read Watson and Crick's original 1953 Nature paper, Molecular Structure of Nucleic Acids: A Structure for Deoxyribose Nucleic Acid . It is not ...
 Oncology Times2 weeks ago
LiveScience.com

Beyond Tesla: History's Most Overlooked Scientists

By Tanya Lewis, Staff Writer Date: 09 July 2014 Time: 03:35 PM ET Rosalind Franklin is one of many scientists who never received the recognition they deserved in science. CREDIT: National Institute of Health. For most ...
 LiveScience.com1 month ago
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