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Article ID: 1929

Symposium on the foundations of Newtonian scholarship to be held in London

University of California, Santa Cruz

A distinguished group of physicists and historians will gather in London on March 21 for a daylong symposium at the Royal Society on the contributions of Isaac Newton to science. Three centuries after Newton published his Principia, scholars are still learning much about the development of his scientific ideas.

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Article ID: 1928

Fatal Reactions Can Mimic Allergic Reactions

Northwestern University

About 40,000 people in the U.S. have severe reactions that simulate allergic reactions but where no external cause is involved. They show up in emergency rooms and doctors' offices with sneezing, itchy nose, rashes or hives and spasms in the bronchial tubes that make it difficult to breathe and swallow. Without immediate diagnosis and special treatment, many of these patients could die.

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Article ID: 1927

AHCPR Funds Medicine and Public Health Projects

Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ)

The Agency for Health Care Policy and Research (AHCPR) is funding three projects, now underway, to create a closer, ongoing working relationship between medicine and public health. These projects support the efforts of the Medicine/Public Health Initiative, a national consortium working to improve the working relationship between the two disciplines.

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Article ID: 1926

Cornell taps Yale prof to lead Johnson Graduate School of Management

Cornell University, Johnson School

Robert J. Swieringa, professor of accounting at Yale's School of Management and a former member of the Financial Accounting Standards Board, has been named dean at Cornell's Johnson Graduate School of Management. Swieringa gained wide visibility and influence in the corporate community through his work with FASB.

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Article ID: 1925

Fly North On The Internet With Snow Geese!

US Geological Survey (USGS)

For the first time, USGS Biological Resources Division researchers are displaying the spring migration of satellite radio-marked snow geese on the internet (http://north.audubon.org) as it happens.

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Article ID: 1923

New Scientist Press Release

New Scientist

Press release of issue dated March 1 for New Scientist, the international science and technology weekly news magazine.

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2-Mar-1997 12:00 AM EST
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Article ID: 1924

Decline in Environmental Health Research

Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

Johns Hopkins School of Public Health researcher finds that despite tremendous growth of environmental agencies, the public's health is not a priority. Research lists average per capital expenditures on environmental health state by state.

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Article ID: 1922

American Cancer Society Science Writers Seminar

American Cancer Society (ACS)

The program for the 39th annual American Cancer Society Science Writers Seminar to be held March 23 - 26, 1997 at the Hyatt Regency Reston in Reston, VA.

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Article ID: 1921

Vaccinia, Gene Therapy and New Vaccines

Texas A&M Health Science Center

The virus that helped wipe out smallpox -- a benign pox virus called vaccinia -- may now help develop new gene therapies and genetically engineered vaccines, according to Texas A&M University's Institute of Biosciences and Technology.

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Article ID: 1920

Climate Change Conference

Johns Hopkins University

Scientists from Johns Hopkins and elsewhere will meet in Bethesda, Md., March 6-7 to discuss the latest research into climate change and its potential for triggering outbreaks of disease.

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