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Article ID: 10262

Maternal Cells Boost Success of Certain Kidney Transplant

University of Wisconsin-Madison Department of Medicine

Working from the intriguing case of a young recipient who showed little sign of graft rejection long after stopping anti-rejection drugs, scientists at University of Wisconsin Medical School have reported that kidney transplant success rates could be significantly improved by incorporating maternal tissue types into the donor selection process in the Dec. 3 New England Journal of Medicine.

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Article ID: 10261

Sick-Building Syndrome Help in New Book

Cornell University

A new book, "Keeping Buildings Healthy: How To Monitor and Prevent Indoor Environment Problems, " co-authored by a Cornell University professor of design and environmental analysis, can help both building managers and owners resolve existing indoor air problems and prevent indoor environmental problems in the future.

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Article ID: 10260

More Autopsies Needed for Research

Cedars-Sinai

Despite the benefits of autopsy - better information on cause of death, efficacy of treatment and undiagnosed disease - the U.S. rate has dropped from nearly 50 percent to fewer than 10 percent, according to a Cedars-Sinai Medical Center researcher.

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Article ID: 10259

December 2, 1998 Special Edition Tipsheet

National Science Foundation (NSF)

1- Limits of Life on Earth: Are They Key to Life on Other Planets? 2- Is Seismic hazard in the Central U.S. Less Than Thought? 3- New, Low-Cost "GPS" Can Monitor Volcanoes, Faults and Storms

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Article ID: 10258

Removing Toxic Components from Aluminum Coatings

Missouri University of Science and Technology

Researchers at the University of Missouri-Rolla are working with Boeing Co. to develop a method to remove toxic materials from aluminum components used in the aerospace industry.

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Article ID: 10257

New Device to Preserve Potency

NYU Langone Health

NYU Hospitals Center is the leading center in the New York metropolitan area and nationwide testing a new device that helps preserve sexual potency in men undergoing surgery for prostate cancer.

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Article ID: 10256

Tragicomic Lives of Jewish Messiahs Chronicled in New Book

University of Utah

A University of Utah Hebrew scholar has spent 12 years researching 2,000 years of Jewish messiahs using many original sources and finds similarity among the messianic movements in a new book from Oxford University Press.

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Article ID: 10255

Safely Extract Samples from Waste Containers

Los Alamos National Laboratory

Researchers at Los Alamos National Laboratory have developed a trio of sampling tools capable of extracting liquid, gas or powder samples from sealed containers and permanently sealing the point of entry -- all within a matter of seconds and without exposing people to the contents inside.

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Article ID: 10254

You Could Even Say It Glows

American Chemical Society (ACS)

Chemists at the University of Maryland, College Park, have developed a new, highly selective way to detect chemical weapons. The system uses molecules that are fluorescent in the presence of even small amounts of lethal phosphate esters, including the nerve agent SARIN -- which was used by terrorists in a 1995 Japanese subway attack.

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Article ID: 10253

Initiatives in Entrepreneurship

Babson College

Babson College in MA has announced three initiatives to reinforce the College's worldwide expertise in Entrepreneurial Leadership.

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