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PMHS Science Research Students Rank 1st & 2nd in JSHS

From the Pelham School District PMHS Senior Olivia Pollock won 1st place overall and Best in Fair and classmate Ann Liu placed 2nd at the New York State Junior Science and Humanities Symposium (JSHS) held last week. In addition to winning a $2,000 scholarship, Olivia will now travel to the …

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Working Through the Scientific Method | Local

Kadance Fisher and Addisyn Gruver of Chadron show off their poster presentation for the Panhandle Regional Science Fair. They placed sixth overall and will have the opportunity to go to the United States in April. OLIVIA WIESELER/Star-Herald Forty-six tri-fold presentations lined the tables in “The Plex” room at the John …

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Herophilus Publishes a General Method for Detecting Relevant Signals in Machine Learning Analysis of Complex Biological Datasets | Business

SAN FRANCISCO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–February 28, 2022– Herophilus, a leading biotechnology company developing neurotherapies to cure complex brain diseases, today announced the publication of research describing a new statistical method to identify and analyze the effects of potentially confounding variables on models of machine learning for complex biological datasets. The ability of …

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Scientists develop genetic testing method for identifying corals

Basel, Switzerland – Scientists from the Swiss Gemological Institute SSEF and the University of Zurich have created a new genetic test for identifying corals that they say is a breakthrough in traceability. A 2020 study initially found the presence of DNA in precious corals, leading the authors to conclude that …

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Indian scientists develop technology to detect coronavirus by fluorescent method | India News

NEW DELHI: A team of Indian scientists has developed a new technological platform for the fluorometric detection of pathogens such as viruses by measuring the fluorescent light emitted. The potential of the new technology has been demonstrated for the detection of the Covid-19 SARS-CoV-2 virus. The technology platform can also …

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LSUS Approves New Scientific Research Annex

SHREVEPORT, La. (KTAL/KMSS) – LSU Shreveport is investing in its scientific future with new on-campus research opportunities. The chancellor has just approved an investment of $425,000 to build a scientific research annex. “Making students competitive and giving them something extra is really what we are looking for here at LSUS. …

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This AI tool condenses scientific research papers for school children

tl;dr papers is an educational project. And although it has become famous in the scientific community, unfortunately, the creators will not keep it working for long. Science Research Papers are notoriously difficult for the average person to understand without wandering off, but an AI project aims to change that by …

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7 seniors from Bergen County Academies recognized for scientific research

HACKENSACK, NJ — Seven seniors from Bergen County Academies have been named Regeneron Fellows for their scientific research. Bergen County Executive Jim Tedesco shouted out to students on his Facebook page Tuesday afternoon. They were announced as finalists earlier this year. More than 1,800 scholarship recipients have applied for the …

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UK industry leaders expect ‘striking’ pivot to scientific research

Many UK universities are looking to invest more in scientific research while prioritizing support for the arts and humanities, a survey of senior institutional leaders has found. In one survey of institutional research managers conducted by UK Research and Innovation (UKRI), 61% of those whose universities included life and medical …

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Researchers discover new way to convert shrimp processing waste into food

In a shrimp processing plant, the head of the shrimp is usually discarded along with its shell and tail. Waste represents 50% of the raw material, which means that almost half of the money spent has already been disposed of. Improper disposal of these wastes can harm the environment due …

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Advancement of science, research, including aerospace, inalienable right of Iranian nation: Foreign Ministry

A photo released by Iran’s Defense Ministry on December 30, 2021 shows a Simorgh (Phoenix) satellite rocket taking off during its launch from an undisclosed location in Iran. The Iranian Foreign Ministry stressed that the advancement of science and research, including in the aerospace field, is an inalienable right of …

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Why we need a proactively anti-racist scientific method

As early childhood development researchers, we focus on producing science that improves outcomes for children of all walks of life. The Covid-19 pandemic and the national movement for racial justice have only made this work more urgent. Addressing the gap in opportunity for black children and other children of color …

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The study points to a new method of detecting com

In an article published in the review life sciences, researchers at the University of Campinas (UNICAMP) in São Paulo State, Brazil, describe a new strategy for detecting imbalances and complications in patients infected with Plasmodium vivax, one of the parasites responsible for malaria and the main cause of the disease …

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Science, research and strengthening of the American market, keys to the future for Oryzon

During the third quarter of 2021, at Oryzon, we maintained our traditional high investment rate, reaching 9.6 million euros in R&D, mainly for the clinical development of our iadademstat oncology and vafidemstat neurology programs. Currently, the first of these is being evaluated in a phase II clinical trial (ALICE) investigating …

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Bruker: Mestrelab and ZONTAL Support Effective Life Sciences Research Using Advanced Analytical Data Management and Molecular Analysis Software Platform

Press release Mestrelab and ZONTAL support efficient life science research with advanced analytical data management and molecular analysis software platform SAINT-JACQUES DE COMPOSTELLE, Spain – December 15, 2021 – Mestrelab, a leading chemistry and life science software company and ZONTAL, a leading analytical data center provider, have developed an innovative …

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Notre Dame University of Maryland Expands Scientific Research with Endowed Chair

A new endowed chair at Notre Dame University of Maryland in Baltimore will give students better access to work in scientific research while pursuing careers in the sciences. The $ 1.5 million Mary Kay Shartle-Galotto Chair in Biological Sciences honors a member of the Class of 1964 and a longtime …

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Innovative method of biomedical waste management developed in Kazakhstan

NUR-SULTAN – Scientists from the Kazakh National University of Al-Farabi have developed an innovative method of handling biomedical waste (such as medical masks, gloves, shoe covers, etc.), which has no ‘analogous in the world, reports the Kazakh Ministry of Education and Science Press Service. Biomedical waste can be recycled without …

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SpaceX spacecraft could allow NASA to build permanent science research lab on the Moon – Oakland News Now

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HhxRmBIrSCw Oakland News Now – SpaceX spacecraft could allow NASA to build permanent science research lab on the Moon – video made by the YouTube channel with the logo in the upper left corner of the video. OaklandNewsNow.com is the original blog post for this type of video blog content. …

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Albright Adds Equipment to Science Research Institute | Regional News from Berks

READING, Pa .– The Scientific Research Institute at Albright College in Reading celebrates a major upgrade. State-of-the-art equipment is on display inside the new facility on North 11th and Rockland streets. Students in grades 5 to 12 at Berks County schools will be bused after normal school hours to use …

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FSA helps fund citizen science research projects

The funded projects cover issues such as antimicrobial resistance, food hypersensitivity, and home food safety and hygiene. Funding was provided in collaboration with the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC) and the Economic and Social Research Council. Unlike traditional research, these citizen science projects actively involve the public in …

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Why the world’s military leaders write science fiction writers

The year is 2056. Decades of warfare have resulted in steady advancements in weapon technology, including one of the novelties dubbed the “hyperspeed missile.” Moving at six times the speed of sound, these weapons changed the rules of combat. In order to protect themselves from attacks, armies have designed a …

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Soon, Lucknow’s BSIP will be part of the National Scientific Research University | Lucknow News

LUCKNOW: If all goes well, the Birbal Sahni Institute of Paleosciences (BSIP) will soon be part of a nationwide scientific research university. The Department of Science and Technology is working to establish the first National Scientific and Technological Research University (NSTRU), and scientific institutes like BSIP will be a component. …

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NERSC Seeks Quantum Information Science Research Proposals For Perlmutter Supercomputer

November 10, 2021 – NERSC is seeking proposals to conduct research using NERSC’s Perlmutter supercomputer in the area of ​​quantum information science. All areas of quantum information science are encouraged to apply, including, but not limited to, quantum simulation of chemical materials and systems, quantum circuit compilation algorithms, error mitigation …

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Albright appointed Director of Strategic Partnerships at the Albright Scientific Research Institute

Ellen albright has been appointed Director of Strategic Partnerships for Pre-University and Summer Programs with Albright College Scientific Research Institute (SRI). SRI at Albright offers cutting-edge summer and extracurricular science programs for high school and high school students, who learn to function in a high-level scientific research setting while preparing …

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New Group of Natural Science Professors Bring Cutting-Edge Scientific Research and Education to USC Dornsife> News> USC Dornsife

Professors who arrived during the pandemic are studying cell function, genetics and symplectic geometry, among other topics. [4 min read] The faculties of natural sciences from all departments have welcomed new members who have arrived at USC Dornsife during the pandemic lockdown. (Composite: Dennis Lan.) A new group of natural …

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FYUP does not solve the crisis of funds in basic scientific research

Photo: IIT Delhi Some experts have written that the four-year undergraduate program could rekindle India’s dying entrepreneurial spirit. FYUP extends the current undergraduate program by three years and allows students to complete the course with a diploma, diploma, or honors. But this argument, the authors write, uses FYUP only to …

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NY Air Guard Prepares To Support Scientific Research In Antarctica For 2021-2022> Air National Guard> Post Display

SCOTLAND, New York – The 109th Airlift Wing of the New York Air National Guard begins its annual National Science Foundation search in Antarctica by sending three LC-130 “Skibirds” and 184 airmen to the southern continent in October. The 109th Airlift Wing flies the world’s largest ski-equipped aircraft, and the …

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Central University of North Carolina Raises $ 3.3 Million for Advanced Materials Science Research

DURHAM – Central University of North Carolina will receive $ 3.3 million from the National Science Foundation to support research in advanced materials science through a program known as Research Partnerships and materials education, or PREM. As part of the program, students and faculty from Pennsylvania State University (Penn State) …

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Central North Carolina University lands $3.3 million for advanced materials science research

DURHAM- Central North Carolina University will receive $3.3 million from the National Science Foundation to support research in cutting-edge materials science through a program known as Research Partnerships and Education in Materials, or PREM. As part of the program, students and faculty from Pennsylvania State University (Penn State) will be …

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$ 61 million awarded by DOE for research in quantum information science

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) today announced $ 61 million in funding for infrastructure and research projects to advance quantum information science (QIS). Selected projects include: Strengthening the competitiveness of the United States in the QIS: rewards to five DOEs Nanoscale scientific research centers (NSRC) will support the development …

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Two teachers from El Paso receive scholarships to guide students in scientific research

Wednesday afternoon, officials from the Society for Science announced the names of 66 stellar educators from across the country, including two teachers from El Paso who will receive stipends and support to help guide their students in scientific research. Ramon Benavides of Del Valle High School and Raquel Miranda, Project …

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Kids in Albright College’s Science Research Institute Summer Program Study Everything From Welding to Parasites – The Mercury

Hazel Sensenig tilted her head, a glint of slight frustration on her face as she stared at the computer screen in front of her. The 10-year-old girl from Wyomissing clicked her mouse and typed a few words on her keyboard. Suddenly, his screen filled with purple H images. “There they …

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Natural History Museum transfers 27 million specimens to cutting-edge scientific research center in a ‘race against time’ to generate and share big data about nature

The center will expand access to the collections for the Museum’s 300 scientists, their collaborators and researchers around the world through rapid digitization and state-of-the-art scientific facilities The move will be the largest collections move since the 1880s The Natural History Museum today announces the transfer of 27 million specimens, …

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Soil Health Institute Selected as Soil Science Research Partner for Dairy Food, Soil and Water Findings for Net Zero Initiative

Published 06/17/21 Proposed by The Soil Health Institute RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, NC, June 17, 2021 /CSRwire/ — The Soil Health Institute (SHI), the nonprofit organization charged with safeguarding and improving soil vitality and productivity, has been selected as a partner research in soil sciences for Soil and dairy water regenerationa …

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A student from the Scientific Research Institute named a finalist of the GENIUS Olympiad

The results show genetic resistance to methicillin and sulfa drugs in the Pennsylvania water supply. Abby Robinson, a participant in the Institute for Scientific Research and sophomore student at Conrad Weiser High School, was named a US finalist in the GENIUS Olympiad for her research on antibiotic-resistant genes in the …

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Scientific Research Program provides students with a real-world research experience – The Warwick Valley Dispatch

Warwick Valley High School’s Scientific Research Program is a three-year program that gives students the invaluable opportunity to participate in the scientific research community by engaging in authentic research of their own design. This unique experience is recognized by the New York State Board of Regents and the University of …

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BVSD finds new sources to fund high school scientific research seminar

Uncertain funding recently raised concerns among teachers about the future of the Boulder Valley School District Science Research Seminar Program. The Scientific Research Seminar, which was established over 20 years ago, had been paid for using state money intended for gifted and talented programs. But the district determined earlier this …

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Guidelines for marine science research (RSM)

introduction The UK supports and recognizes the importance of marine scientific research (MSR) to improve our understanding of the ocean and our impact on the marine environment. It was therefore welcome that the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) established a global regime to facilitate research …

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Army calls on seven teams for multidisciplinary scientific research

The US military has selected seven university teams to conduct basic scientific research in areas such as quantum physics, artificial intelligence, the association of human agents and new materials. Each team will receive $ 1.25 million per year over a three-year base period to conduct research as part of the …

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BVSD Scientific Research Seminar Students Prepare for Virtual Science Fair

Sarah Stussi, senior at Broomfield High, first chose the Scientific Research Seminar over AP Physics because she wanted a course where she could solve real world problems and have real world experiences. Although the pandemic denied her the opportunity to work in a college lab with a mentor to create …

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Academics seek to restore the integrity of science and research

Since taking office in January, President Joe Biden has reaffirmed his national commitment to scholarly and research integrity, appointing scientists to numerous leadership positions. Educators and experts applaud these nominations and say that elevating intellectual integrity in research and science will also require the combined efforts of academia, industry and …

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