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May 01, 2007
+ Supermap Of Avian Flu Yields New Info On Source And Spread
Columbus OH (SPX) May 01, 2007 - Scientists here have designed a new, interactive map of the spread of the avian flu virus (H5N1) that for the first time incorporates genetic, geographic and evolutionary information that may help predict where the next outbreak of the virus is likely to occur. In the process, they also tested hypotheses about the nature of specific strains of the virus that appear to be heading westward and hav ... more
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+ Beijing Restrictions Offer Case Study In Emissions Of Key Atmospheric Gases
Cambridge, MA (SPX) May 01, 2007 - The Chinese government's restrictions on Beijing motorists during a three-day conference last November -- widely viewed as a dress rehearsal for efforts to slash smog and airborne pollutants during the 2008 Summer Olympic Games in Beijing -- succeeded in cutting the city's emissions of one important class of atmospheric gases by an impressive 40 percent. That's the conclusion of Harvard Un ... more
+ Ape Gestures Offer Clues To The Evolution Of Human Communication
Druid Hills GA (SPX) May 01, 2007 - Researchers at the Yerkes National Primate Research Center, Emory University, have found bonobos and chimpanzees use manual gestures of their hands, feet and limbs more flexibly than they do facial expressions and vocalizations, further supporting the evolution of human language began with gestures as the gestural origin hypothesis of language suggests. This study appears in the current issue of ... more
+ Sleep And Exercise Critical To A Smarter And Longer Life
Boston (UPI) April 30, 2007 - Getting a good night's sleep after learning something new helps you remember that information, and getting regular exercise appears to ward off or delay Parkinson's disease, researchers said Monday. Those are among the results of studies being presented at the 59th annual meeting of the American Academy of Neurology meeting in Boston. During the weeklong session, researchers will give more ... more
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+ How Long Would It Take for Smallpox Vaccines To Protect People In A Major Outbreak
St Louis MO (SPX) May 01, 2007 - In the event of a smallpox outbreak in the United States, how long would it take for a vaccine to start protecting Americans by stimulating an immune response? A new national study led by Saint Louis University School of Medicine will attempt to answer this question. General routine vaccinations for smallpox were stopped in the United States in 1971, and the world was declared free of smal ... more
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Arctic Ice Retreating More Quickly Than Computer Models Project
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Famous Galapagos Tortoise Lonesome George May Not Be Alone
Australian Cities Facing Big Dry Water Shortages
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+ The Oily Diplomacy Of Japan
Tokyo (UPI) April 30, 2007 - The United States remains Japan's single most important ally politically and militarily as well as economically, but that is not stopping Tokyo from making greater overtures to the Middle East. For an island nation that imports effectively all of its petroleum supply, of which 90 percent comes from the Middle East, securing sound relations with the region has been critical for its survival ... more
+ Indian Foreign Secretary In US For Nuclear Talks
Washington (AFP) Apr 30, 2007 - Indian Foreign Secretary Shivshankar Menon held talks here Monday on wide-ranging issues, ahead of key discussions aimed at kickstarting a landmark nuclear cooperation deal with the US. Menon was meeting Monday with US under secretary of state for global affairs and democracy Paula Dobriansky to discuss issues of common concern such as the environment and HIV, Indian embassy officials said. ... more
+ China Warns Against Rich Only Climate Agenda
Bangkok (AFP) April 30, 2007 - China warned here Monday that the developed world should not dominate a key UN meeting aimed at tackling global warming, while insisting it was fully committed to fighting climate change. As the week-long meeting of about 400 of the world's top scientists and experts began to look at how to combat global warming, a Chinese delegate called for the interests of poorer countries to be recognised.
+ Household Fuels In Poor Countries Cause Five Pct Of Deaths
Geneva (AFP) April 30, 2007 - Almost five percent of deaths and disease are caused by household air pollution in 21 mainly African countries, and could be easily prevented by switching fuels, the World Health Organisation said Monday. The health risks could be eliminated and some 1.5 million lives saved if people in the world's poorest countries were able to give up solid fuels, the WHO said in a statement. Reliance on ... more
+ Moscow Gets The Upper Hand In The Fight For Central Asian Gas
Moscow (RIA Novosti) May 01, 2007 - During his first visit to Moscow, the new president of Turkmenistan, Gurbanguly Berdymukhammedov, guaranteed President Vladimir Putin that his country's 2003-2028 contract with Gazprom would remain unchanged. Russia has thus scored points in the contest to control Caspian gas. In any event, this is what one would assume from the Kremlin's optimistic press release about the talks. But Russi ... more
Renewable Energy Law Powering the Growth Of The Chinese Renewable Energy Markets
Japan And Kazakhstan To Start Nuclear Energy Talks
China Automobile Dream A Nightmare For Climate Change
A Swell Time For Gels
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