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NYSTAR award jump starts partnership behind vibrational therapy device

By Katie Ellis On Apr 15, 2005

...this calendar year, it’s more likely to be early next year.” However, there are also long-term effects, such as osteoporosis and Type 2 diabetes, which are believed to be linked...… Read more

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Center for Protein Dynamics gets $200k federal boost

By Research Advancement On Mar 26, 2003

...program to establish our Innovative Technologies Complex and support our Center for Protein Dynamics, helping our researchers make significant advances in disease diagnostics, early interventions for such diseases as diabetes,...… Read more

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$1.4M grant boosts interdisciplinary research

By Gail Glover On May 24, 2010

...fundamental understanding of biology. The institute also aims to transform science education into a creative, interdisciplinary endeavor that reflects the excitement of real research. For more information, visit www.hhmi.org....… Read more

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Computer scientists empower citizen scientists

By Karen Hoffmann On Mar 24, 2010

...simulated rain and so on.” On the Internet The Lake Sunapee Protective Association is online at http://lakesunapee.org. To see the Binghamton team’s work, click on “programs,” then “GLEON buoy.”...… Read more

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Sonnenfeld honored for distinguished service

By Katie Ellis On Dec 15, 2004

...original articles. The society also provides teacher aids covering topics of interest to space biologists available at http://www.asgsb.org. Before his appointment last summer as vice president for research, Sonnenfeld was...… Read more

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Researchers explore altruism’s unexpected ally — selfishness

By Rachel Coker On May 5, 2008

...of PNAS (http://www.pnas.org/papbyrecent.shtml). They point out that selfish individuals have their own incentive to get rid of other selfish individuals within their own group. Eldakar and Wilson consider a behavioral...… Read more

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Breakthrough may have implications for superconductors

By Rachel Coker On Jul 21, 2011

...on this paper with researchers at Cornell University, Brookhaven National Laboratory, Harvard University and institutions in the Netherlands, Japan and the United Kingdom. To read the paper, visit http://www.sciencemag.org/content/333/6041/426.full....… Read more