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The animal model enables a scientist to understand what is happening at a level of detail that could not be reached in humans.
This approach further contributes to strain, for to a scientist objectivity is based on the understanding that claims must be verified by empirical means-hardly by balancing opposing views.
Kurt Otto Hans Meyer (1883-1952), German teacher and scientist, who besides making many other contributions to chemistry, especially in the realm of natural products, was among the first to recognize, describe, and confirm experimentally that the principal origin of retractive forces in rubberlike materials is the improbability of extended configurations in thermally-agitated, long flexible molecules.
A partnership led by scientists at the Stanford University School of Medicine hopes to pry open that box through a new initiative in which they will amass the world's largest public database on the genes involved in latent TB -- an essential tool to help researchers worldwide develop new treatments for the global scourge.
This September, physicist Sergey Kravchenko of Northeastern University in Boston did something that scientists do hundreds of times over the course of their careers: He and his colleagues submitted their latest research findings to a scientific journal.
After years of debate, scientists have concluded that Pluto is not a planet.
The authors of one of those studies at least recognized that these findings have two plausible interpretations: either "industry-funded scientists [are] under real or perceived pressure to find or publish only data suggesting negative outcomes," or "government-funded scientists [are] under real or perceived pressure to find or publish only data suggesting adverse outcomes .
where he is the chief scientist overseeing the development of stem-cell products, including potential therapies that could use embryo cloning.
Woolsey said that the CIA had joined with a team of outside scientists to take a look at "deforestation, Arctic ice and coastline changes, shifting tundra boundaries and desertification.
Unique new features such as a visual reaction planner offer scientists better day-to-day workflow support.
Then, participate in a live online interview with an American Museum of Natural History scientist.
Recently, museum scientists who had been working in Cambodia sent Feinstein tiny, circular tissue samples that they had clipped from the wings of fruit-eating bats called flying foxes.

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