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May 26, 2015Peeking into healthy brains to see if Alzheimer's is brewing
WASHINGTON (AP) — Sticky plaque gets the most attention, but now healthy seniors at risk of Alzheimer’s are letting scientists peek into their brains to see if another culprit is lurking.
May 25, 2015A Question of Leadership on Climate Change
Like many teenagers, I spent the summer before my senior year of high school visiting colleges. I dragged my parents to a medley of schools from Virginia to New York, leaving each one more unsatisfied than the last.
May 25, 2015Phenotyping wheat breeding lines takes on new look
AgriLife Research program designs time-saving machine AMARILLO – Gathering millions of data points from thousands of wheat breeding lines across Texas is now as simple as riding a bike – or pushing one, in this case. https://youtu.be/TEUAkm7rUMU Dr.
May 25, 2015What's hot? Life sciences challenge tech in global innovation
May 25, 2015Study: U.S. Alzheimer’s rate is declining
Editor's Note: This article is part of the Citizens' new "Conversations" feature found on our homepage. All information is via Right at Home of East Atlanta. Announced at the 2014 Alzheimer's Association International Conference, a study of trends in the U.S.
May 25, 2015Canada salmonella outbreak leaves 34 people sick after poultry contact
May 25, 2015CMTs Industry-Acclaimed Biomass Pellets Trade & Power Summit to Unveil North Asias Growing Biomass Demand This Sept.
Seoul, South Korea (PRWEB) May 26, 2015 Having drawn over 300 participants last year alone, the 2015 edition will unravel new opportunities in the key biomass markets of China, Japan and South Korea as well as the evolvement in FIT & RPS in these countries.
May 25, 2015Omar Sharif reportedly battling Alzheimer's
Omar Sharif is reported battling
May 25, 2015Denver Zoo waste to energy project gains power
The Denver Zoo has begun installing equipment for its unique waste-to-energy facility near Toyota Elephant Passage, on the south end of the zoo. Jennifer Hale, director of safety and sustainability, anticipates completion in late 2015 or early 2016. "We're in new territory," Hale said.
May 25, 2015Zambian utility to invest in 1 million liter per day biodiesel facility
In Zambia, the Copperbelt Energy Corp is set to develop a biodiesel facility in Kitwe that will produce 1 million liters of fuel daily. The fuel will only be for the utility’s own consumption, however.
May 25, 2015Biodiesel plant could be online in Borneo by year’s end
In Indonesia, a 10 ton per day biodiesel facility is under development on the island of Borneo. The facility should be online by the end of the year, using waste from crude palm oil production as feedstock.
May 25, 2015CMT's Industry-Acclaimed Biomass Pellets Trade & Power Summit to Unveil North Asia's Growing Biomass Demand This Sept.
PRWeb Having drawn over 300 participants last year alone, the 2015 edition will unravel new opportunities in the key biomass markets of China, Japan and South Korea as well as the evolvement in FIT & RPS in these countries.
May 25, 2015Motherhood permanently alters the brain and its response to hormone therapy later in life
Hormone therapy (HT) is prescribed to alleviate some of the symptoms of menopause in women.
May 25, 2015CMT’s Industry-Acclaimed Biomass Pellets Trade & Power Summit to Unveil North Asia’s Growing Biomass Demand This Sept.
The biggest biomass buyers and suppliers meet – Biomass Pellets Trade & Power marks its sixth year on 14-17 September, 2015 in Seoul with fresh analysis of key North Asian biomass markets, particularly China, Japan and South Korea as well as pellet supply trade from South-East Asian & North American
May 25, 2015Editorial: Spend gifts or stop asking
THE ISSUE: Using a tax-form checkoff, state taxpayers have donated $51 million since 1982. THE STAKES: The contributors deserve accountability on when and how the money is used.
May 25, 2015Investigation into series of salmonella cases in AB
May 25, 2015U.S., Canada and Mexico create new climate change partnership
May 25, 2015The Aviation renewable fuels imperative
“For sure, we see this period as the most difficult, the most
May 25, 2015Renewable agri-energy research in Abbotsford receives grant
May 25, 2015County seeking facility partnership
May 25, 2015RAIC Awards - Innovation in Architecture
May 25, 2015Forests to fuel the state
Resources Minister Paul Harriss prefers a local biomass energy industry over woodchip exports, a position that will be backed up with funding in the State Budget. ...
May 25, 2015Depression linked to higher risk of Parkinson's disease
May 25, 2015Roll over biology, super computer creates better crops
May 25, 2015Researchers Peek Into Seniors’ Brains In Search Of Alzheimer’s
WASHINGTON (May 25, 2015) Sticky plaque gets the most attention but now healthy seniors at risk of Alzheimer's are letting scientists peek into their brains to see if another culprit is lurking.
May 25, 2015Can Anti-Amyloid Drug Prevent Alzheimer's?
Sticky plaque gets the most attention, but now healthy seniors at risk of Alzheimer's are letting scientists peek into their brains to see if another culprit is lurking.
May 25, 2015Innovation challenge to realise Digital India dream
May 25, 2015Fife siblings facing gene test to discover if they have Huntington's disease
Keri Hall, 24, along with Jen, 22, Chloe, 17, brother Gillan, ten, and Natalie, seven, each has 50 per cent chance of inheriting the debilitating condition Huntington's damages nerve cells in the brain and leads to progressive loss of movement and behaviour changes It is already affecting their
May 25, 2015Climate change causing more ragweed, research suggests
May 25, 2015Research Demonstrates Feasibility of Automating Washing of Swine Transport Vehicles
May 25, 2015Greenhouse gas emissions: How can Canada cut 30% by 2030?
May 25, 2015Alzheimer's help
Alzheimer’s Disease Study - The Palm Beach Neurological Center is proud to announce its continued involvement in the STARBEAM Study, and are
May 25, 2015Palm Beach Neurological
Alzheimer's help - The Palm Beach Neurological Center is proud to announce its continued involvement in the STARBEAM Study, and are seeking new
May 25, 2015Stop driving? Shut the oilsands? How can Canada cut emissions 30% by 2030?
May 25, 2015The cleanest LNG facilities in the world
May 25, 2015Alzheimerâ€TMs Disease Study
Alzheimer's help - The Palm Beach Neurological Center is proud to announce its continued involvement in the STARBEAM Study, and are seeking new
May 25, 2015Real help for Alzheimer
Alzheimer's help - The Palm Beach Neurological Center is proud to announce its continued involvement in the STARBEAM Study, and are seeking new
May 25, 2015Missing: Brittany Morrison
May 25, 2015Uline adopts hydrogen for DC equipment
May 25, 2015Scanning healthy brains for early clue to Alzheimer's
Scientists are peeking into the brains of healthy seniors to try to figure out what causes

Last updated: Wednesday, September 05, 2012