Biology – E JEMED http://e-jemed.org/ Wed, 22 Jun 2022 07:51:40 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://e-jemed.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/default1-150x150.png Biology – E JEMED http://e-jemed.org/ 32 32 Biology Smart Pills Market 2022 by Key Players, Regions, Type and Application, Forecast to 2030 – Instant Interview https://e-jemed.org/biology-smart-pills-market-2022-by-key-players-regions-type-and-application-forecast-to-2030-instant-interview/ Wed, 22 Jun 2022 07:51:40 +0000 https://e-jemed.org/biology-smart-pills-market-2022-by-key-players-regions-type-and-application-forecast-to-2030-instant-interview/ Global “Smart Biology Pills Market” Reports 2022 gives a key study on the industry status of the Smart Biology Pills manufacturer with the specific statistics, meaning, definition, SWOT analysis, expert opinion and recent developments around the world. The research report also covers market size, price, sales, revenue, market share, gross margin, growth rate and cost […]]]>
Global “Smart Biology Pills Market” Reports 2022 gives a key study on the industry status of the Smart Biology Pills manufacturer with the specific statistics, meaning, definition, SWOT analysis, expert opinion and recent developments around the world. The research report also covers market size, price, sales, revenue, market share, gross margin, growth rate and cost structure. The report aims to give an additional sample of the latest scenario, the economic downturn and the impact of Covid-19 on the whole industry.

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Biology Smart Pills Market: Segmentation

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Global Smart Biology Pills Market: By Top Key Players
Medimetry
Capsovision
Cerner Company
Fujifilm Holding Corporation
Ge Health
Boston Scientific Society
Proteus Digital Health
Bio-Images Research
Pentax Medical Company
Olympus Society
A camp
Donated imagery
Karl Storz Gmbh & Co. KG

Global Smart Biology Pills Market: By Types
Capsule endoscopy
Medication administration
Patient monitoring

Global Smart Biology Pills Market: By Applications
Esophagus
Stomach
small intestine
Large intestine

Global Smart Biology Pills Market: By Regions
North America
Europe
China
Japan
Middle East and Africa
South America
India
South Korea
South East Asia
Others

Biology Smart Pills Market: Regional Analysis

The whole regional segmentation has been studied based on recent and future trends, and the market is forecast through the forecast period. The countries covered in the regional analysis of the Global Smart Biology Pills Market report are USA, Canada & Mexico North America, Germany, France, UK, Russia, Italy, Spain, Turkey, the Netherlands, Switzerland, Belgium and the rest of Europe. in Europe, Singapore, Malaysia, Australia, Thailand, Indonesia, Philippines, China, Japan, India, South Korea, Rest of Asia-Pacific (APAC) in Asia-Pacific (APAC), Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, South Africa, Egypt, Israel, the rest of the Middle East and Africa (MEA) as part of the Middle East and Africa (MEA), and Argentina, Brazil and the rest of the South America as part of South America.

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Market overview: It includes six sections, research scope, key manufacturers covered, market fragments by type, Biology Smart Pills market shares by application, study objectives and years considered.

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Fort Worth schools gain ground in Texas end-of-course exams https://e-jemed.org/fort-worth-schools-gain-ground-in-texas-end-of-course-exams/ Mon, 20 Jun 2022 22:12:13 +0000 https://e-jemed.org/fort-worth-schools-gain-ground-in-texas-end-of-course-exams/ The percentage of high school students in the Fort Worth School District who passed school leaving exams increased this year from two years ago, according to data released Monday by the Texas Education Agency. Ron Jenkins Star-Telegram The percentage of high school students in the Fort Worth School District who passed school leaving exams increased […]]]>

The percentage of high school students in the Fort Worth School District who passed school leaving exams increased this year from two years ago, according to data released Monday by the Texas Education Agency.

The percentage of high school students in the Fort Worth School District who passed school leaving exams increased this year from two years ago, according to data released Monday by the Texas Education Agency.

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The percentage of high school students in the Fort Worth School District who passed school leaving exams increased this year from two years ago, according to data released Monday by the Texas Education Agency.

But the percentage of Fort Worth students passing the exam still lags behind pre-pandemic levels in all but one subject.

Texas students must pass course completion exams in English I, English II, Algebra I, Biology, and United States History before graduating from high school. Students who do not pass the exam the first time are allowed to retake it.

The percentage of Fort Worth students who achieved grade level on the English I exam remained steady at 49% this year, after declining 52% between Spring 2019 and Spring 2021. In English II, 41% of students reached grade level this year, a four-point improvement from last year and spring 2019, nearly a year before the COVID-19 pandemic began.

In Algebra I and Biology, Fort Worth students caught up this year after posting declines during the pandemic. In Algebra I, 23% of students reached grade level this year, compared to 17% last year. Last year’s total represented a sharp drop from pre-pandemic levels: in spring 2019, 48% had reached the grade level of Algebra Section I. In biology, 70% of students reached the grade level in the exam, compared to 66% last year. In spring 2019, 81% of students achieved grade level results.

In US history, 56% of Fort Worth students achieved grade level results this year, up from 53% last year. Before the pandemic, 66% of students were achieving grades.

Texas high school students are gaining ground across the state

Statewide, scores rose slightly in the three subjects in which they fell during the pandemic: Algebra I, Biology and United States History. In Algebra I, the number of students meeting grade level on the test increased five percentage points, from 41% last year to 46% this year. In Biology, it climbed three points, from 54% last year to 57% this year. And in US history, it jumped two points, from 69% last year to 71% this year.

Scores in English I and II improved by a few points between 2019 and 2021. National education officials said the scores indicated students suffered fewer setbacks in those subjects during the pandemic. This year, the percentage of students who scored in grade level English I slipped two points, from 50% last year to 48% this year. In English II, the percentage of students performing academically remained stable at 57%.

In a statement, Texas Education Commissioner Mike Morath said the results are an indication that the school stimulus plan the state enacted in response to the pandemic is paying off for students.

“We have made progress to date, but there is still work to be done to fully recover from the academic effects of the COVID slide, Morath said. “We are confident that we will get there as educators in Texas strive to help their students achieve the necessary academic gains.”

Under House Bill 4545, which Texas lawmakers passed last year, students who don’t pass the test are entitled to either 30 hours of focused tutoring or to be placed in a class with a high-performing teacher. But many districts in the state, including Fort Worth, have struggled to find enough tutors to meet that threshold.

The agency is expected to release STAAR results showing how students in grades 3 through 8 performed in reading and math on Friday. At a district board meeting last February, a Fort Worth district official presented projections showing no growth in third-grade reading and modest math growth from last year. . The district predicted that 26% of third-graders would reach grade level in reading on this year’s test.

End of course exam results were also released Monday for the other Tarrant County districts.

Arlington CIO

In the Arlington School District, candidates showed declines in English and gains in other subjects. This year, 38% of all applicants reached the Algebra I grade level, up from 26% last year. In US history, 64% reached grade level, up from 63% last year. In biology, 46% reached grade level this year, the same percentage as last year. In English I, 40% reached grade level, down from 46% last year. In English II, 62% reached grade level, down from 66% last year.

ISD North West

The percentage of students reaching grade level in the Northwestern School District has dropped in almost every subject. In Algebra I, 57% of students achieved grade level this year, compared to 60% last year. In biology, 72% reached grade level this year, compared to 74% last year. In English I, 63% achieved grade level this year, up from 69% last year. In English II, 72% achieved grade level this year, the same percentage as last year. And in US history, 84% reached grade level, up from 86% last year.

CIO Keller

The percentage of students reaching grade level at Keller has increased slightly from last year in almost all subjects. In Algebra I, 56% reached grade level, up from 52% last year. In biology, 78% reached grade level, up from 72% last year. In English I, 69% achieved grade level this year, up from 75% last year. In English II, 79% achieved grade level this year, compared to 76% last year. In US history, 86 percent reached grade level this year, the same percentage as last year.

Mansfield CIO

Scores in the Mansfield School District improved in some subjects and declined in others. In Algebra I, 63% of students achieved grade level marks this year, up from 56% last year. In biology, 63% scored at grade level this year, up from 66% last year. In English I, 58% scored grade level this year, up from 66% last year. In English II, 68% achieved grade level marks this year, up from 70% last year. In US history, 80% earned grade level grades this year, up from 78% last year.

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Silas Allen is an education journalist who focuses on challenges and possible solutions in the Fort Worth school system. Allen graduated from the University of Missouri. Before coming to the Star-Telegram, he covered education and other topics in the Stillwater and Oklahoma City, Oklahoma newspapers. He was also editor of the Dallas Observer, where he wrote about K-12 and higher education. He was born and raised in southeastern Missouri.

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Global Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRND) Defense Market 2022-2026: Development of Polymer Nanofibers and New Variants of CBRN Protective Devices Through Technological Advancements – ResearchAndMarkets.com https://e-jemed.org/global-chemical-biological-radiological-and-nuclear-cbrnd-defense-market-2022-2026-development-of-polymer-nanofibers-and-new-variants-of-cbrn-protective-devices-through-technological-advancements/ Thu, 16 Jun 2022 14:33:00 +0000 https://e-jemed.org/global-chemical-biological-radiological-and-nuclear-cbrnd-defense-market-2022-2026-development-of-polymer-nanofibers-and-new-variants-of-cbrn-protective-devices-through-technological-advancements/ DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The report “Global Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Defense (CBRND) Market 2022-2026” has been added to from ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. The Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRND) Defense Market is poised to grow $5.16 billion between 2022 and 2026, growing at a CAGR of 6.43%. The market is driven by increasing militant chemical and biological […]]]>

DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The report “Global Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Defense (CBRND) Market 2022-2026” has been added to from ResearchAndMarkets.com offer.

The Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRND) Defense Market is poised to grow $5.16 billion between 2022 and 2026, growing at a CAGR of 6.43%.

The market is driven by increasing militant chemical and biological warfare, increased use of improvised explosive devices and development of nuclear weapons.

This study identifies the development of chlorobutyl skin in gas masks as one of the major reasons for the growth of the chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear (CBRND) defense market over the next few years. Furthermore, the development of polymeric nanofibers and new variants of CBRN protection devices through advancements in technology will lead to significant demand in the market.

The Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) Defense Market report provides global analysis, market size and forecast, trends, growth drivers and challenges, and vendor analysis covering about 25 suppliers. The report offers up-to-date analysis regarding the current global market scenario, latest trends and drivers, and overall market environment. The Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRND) Defense market analysis includes product segment and geographical landscape.

The publisher’s robust vendor analysis is designed to help clients improve their market position, and in line with that, this report provides a detailed analysis of several leading vendors in the Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Defense market. nuclear (CBRND).

In addition, the Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRND) Defense Market analysis report includes insights into upcoming trends and challenges that will influence market growth. It’s about helping businesses strategize and take advantage of all the growth opportunities ahead.

Main topics covered:

1. Summary

1.1 Market Overview

2 Market landscape

2.1 Market ecosystem

3 Market sizing

3.1 Market definition

3.2 Market Segment Analysis

3.3 Market Size 2021

3.4 Market Outlook: Forecast for 2021-2026

4 Five forces analysis

4.1 Summary of the five forces

4.2 Bargaining power of buyers

4.3 Bargaining Power of Suppliers

4.4 Threat of new entrants

4.5 Threat of Substitutes

4.6 Threat of rivalry

4.7 Market Status

5 Market Segmentation by Product

5.1 Market Segments

5.2 Comparison by product

5.3 CBRN Protection – Market Size and Forecast 2021-2026

5.4 CBRN Detection – Market Size and Forecast 2021-2026

5.5 CBRN Decontamination – Market Size and Forecast 2021-2026

5.6 CBRN Simulation and Training – Market Size and Forecast 2021-2026

5.7 Market Opportunity by Product

6 Customer Landscape

6.1 Customer landscape overview

7 Geographic landscape

7.1 Geographic segmentation

7.2 Geographic comparison

7.3 North America – Market Size and Forecast 2021-2026

7.4 Europe – Market Size and Forecast 2021-2026

7.5 APAC- Market Size and Forecast 2021-2026

7.6 Middle East & Africa – Market Size and Forecast 2021-2026

7.7 South America – Market Size and Forecast 2021-2026

7.8 United States – Market Size and Forecast 2021-2026

7.9 China – Market Size and Forecast 2021-2026

7.10 Russia – Market Size and Forecast 2021-2026

7.11 UK – Market Size and Forecast 2021-2026

7.12 India – Market Size and Forecast 2021-2026

7.13 Market Opportunity by Geographic Landscape

8 drivers, challenges and trends

8.1 Market Drivers

8.2 Market Challenges

8.3 Impact of factors and challenges

8.4 Market trends

9 Supplier landscape

9.1 Overview

9.2 Supplier Landscape

9.3 Landscape disturbance

9.4 Industrial risks

10 Vendor Analysis

10.1 Suppliers Covered

10.2 Supplier Market Positioning

  • 3M Co.

  • AirBoss of America Corp.

  • Alfred Karcher SE and Co. KG

  • Avon Rubber Plc

  • Bruker Corp.

  • Chemring Group Plc

  • Ecolab Inc.

  • Elbit Systems Ltd.

  • Environics

  • Kromek Group Plc

  • Leidos Holdings Inc.

  • MSA Security Inc.

  • Northrop Grumman Corp.

  • QinetiQ Group Plc

  • Rheinmetall AG

  • Saab AB

  • Smiths Detection Group Ltd.

  • Thales Group

  • Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc.

  • Teledyne Technologies Inc.

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Austin Newton, ‘pioneer of molecular biology’, dies at 85 https://e-jemed.org/austin-newton-pioneer-of-molecular-biology-dies-at-85/ Tue, 14 Jun 2022 21:42:16 +0000 https://e-jemed.org/austin-newton-pioneer-of-molecular-biology-dies-at-85/ Austin Newton has spent his entire academic career at Princeton, first in the Department of Biology and the Biochemical Sciences program, then as a founding member of the Department of Molecular Biology. During this time, he established a new experimental system and mentored many generations of undergraduates, graduate students, and postdoctoral fellows. He is dead […]]]>

Austin Newton has spent his entire academic career at Princeton, first in the Department of Biology and the Biochemical Sciences program, then as a founding member of the Department of Molecular Biology. During this time, he established a new experimental system and mentored many generations of undergraduates, graduate students, and postdoctoral fellows. He is dead May 13 at Princeton at age 85.

“Austin’s work on the cell biology of Caulobacter was groundbreaking, said Lynn Enquist, Henry L. Hillman Professor Emeritus of Molecular Biology at Princeton, who chaired the department from 2004 to 2013. “He was a pioneer in molecular biology.

Born in Richmond, Texas, Newton graduated from the University of Texas-Austin in 1959 and earned a Ph.D. in biochemistry from the University of California-Berkeley in 1964, then joined the group led by Nobel Prize winner Jacques Monod at the Institut Pasteur in Paris. Newton continued his postdoctoral studies during a time called “the golden age of molecular biology”. He showed how an exceptional puzzle in gene regulation could be solved by the clever use of simple genetic tools. In Paris, he also discovered an unwavering passion for sub-Saharan and West African sculpture and textiles.

At Princeton, where he was appointed assistant professor in 1966, he published several classic papers of fundamental importance to understanding coordinated gene translation. He soon realized, however, that molecular biology was changing and that the genetic approaches he was familiar with could be applied to fundamental problems in developmental biology. This became the main focus of his research at Princeton.

Newton was promoted to associate professor in 1973 and full professor in 1978. He retired in 2009. In addition to his teaching and research at Princeton, supported by competitive awards from the National Institutes of Health and the National Science Foundation , he served on the editorial board member of the Journal of Bacteriology and associate editor of Developmental Genetics. He was a member of various scientific societies and a Fellow of the American Academy of Microbiology.

Newton pioneered a new field, using genetic and molecular analyzes to study the origins of asymmetric cell division a characteristic of stem cells and cancer stem cells but also the one that distinguishes Caulobacter, a tiny freshwater bacterium. Newton and his group made groundbreaking discoveries about the mechanisms governing asymmetric cell division, cell polarity, cell cycle organization, and the conversion of cells from one morphology to another.

“His contributions to our understanding of how changes in cell polarity relate to cell cycle progression were truly pioneering,” said Myriam Heiman, who completed her undergraduate thesis with Newton in 1998 and is now a professor. Latham Family Career Development Associate in Neuroscience in Massachusetts. Institute of Technology and Senior Fellow of the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard. “I feel honored to have had the opportunity to work in his group, even for a short time.”

Colleagues say Newton’s research was marked by vision and scientific imagination, traits that characterized his interactions with students and colleagues as well as his life in general. Many of its students have held leading scientific positions in graduate and medical departments or distinguished careers in the biomedical industries. Students credit him with teaching them to identify and solve scientific problems.

Newton is remembered as a connoisseur who managed to blend his broad interests in science, music (the piano and Bach were his favourites), art (especially African art), travel and fine wine. Along with his longtime collaborator and wife, Noriko Ohta, one of Princeton’s first women with a doctorate. graduates, Newton shared a full and exciting life, welcoming a generation of students, postdocs, faculty and friends from around the world.

When I joined the department nearly 30 years ago, Austin reached out to me immediately to offer his help with buying a house and showing me around Princeton,” Enquist recalled. “Even though I was in another building, he stopped regularly to help me negotiate. the different challenges of setting up my laboratory. He had a wry sense of humor and a passion for music and art.”

He is survived by Ohta and his sister Margueritte Dell Newton of Texas.

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Turkey biologists hope hunters will provide information on recent season | Outside https://e-jemed.org/turkey-biologists-hope-hunters-will-provide-information-on-recent-season-outside/ Mon, 13 Jun 2022 05:45:00 +0000 https://e-jemed.org/turkey-biologists-hope-hunters-will-provide-information-on-recent-season-outside/ It’s been a month since turkey hunters hung up the slate and peg or the call of the faithful box in pursuit of one of the most addictive game species Arkansas has to offer, but that doesn’t mean it’s time for the turkeys at the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission. In fact, now is the […]]]>

It’s been a month since turkey hunters hung up the slate and peg or the call of the faithful box in pursuit of one of the most addictive game species Arkansas has to offer, but that doesn’t mean it’s time for the turkeys at the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission.

In fact, now is the perfect time to help AGFC biologists keep an eye on this year’s breeding by participating in the annual wild turkey and bobwhite quail population survey.

These surveys have been conducted each spring for more than 30 years to monitor the breeding and population trends of wild turkeys and quail in Arkansas. Both species are relatively short-lived, making annual reproduction extremely important to the total population and hunting quality in the short and long term.

Traditionally, these surveys were conducted by AGFC staff and volunteers from partner organizations such as the US Forest Service, US Fish and Wildlife Service, and county extension offices. However, with the increased ability to communicate with members of the general public about aging poults and increased enthusiasm for citizen science projects, the AGFC has opened up the surveys to any hunter or outdoor enthusiast concerned about conservationist eager to help keep an eye on Arkansas game. birds.

Jeremy Wood, AGFC’s turkey program coordinator, says he’s already seen lots of posts from hunters on social media with photos of poults from this year’s hatch, which is encouraging.

“We want to be able to capture this data so that we can continue to monitor the effects of our seasonal structure and habitat works taking place on private and public lands across the state, Wood said. “We have seen an increase in public participation as concern over declining turkey numbers grows across the Southeast. The fight to save quails and turkeys is not a challenge that any one agency, or even a group of public agencies, can accomplish alone. It will take cooperation between hunters, private landowners and conservation-minded people to make a difference, and this is one way we can all come together to help.

Wood says photos and stories of young turkeys and quails are important, but that’s not all the investigation needs.

“We’re looking at trends in the ratios of hens to gobblers and hens to the number of poults with them,” Wood said. “We are also looking at the number of adult quails with chicks versus solitary birds. Just as with other statistical surveys, the more observations we get of all turkeys or quails, the more detailed and accurate we can be in our results.

Wood says the data shared in the survey will be generalized across counties or regions. Thus, hunters or other observers providing precise coordinates, can submit without fear of abandoning the goods at their favorite places or drawing too much attention to their personal hotspot.

“As a turkey hunter, I know how close to the vest you have to play, especially when it comes to public landbirds,” Wood said. “We only request and share data at the county level, but more specific location information, if you are willing to provide it, can be better used to estimate distribution and hopefully densities across the state in the future. These submissions are extremely valuable, and anyone who wishes to submit can benefit from the effort.

CLICK HERE to participate in the survey.

Choose the Annual Wild Turkey and Quail Population Survey option.

Participants can enter their information online via the website, on the AGFC mobile app under Wildlife Observations or download the Survey123 Field app to keep it handy on their phone to make reporting even easier when they are not covered by a cellular network.

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Biologist shows what Pokémon could look like under the skin https://e-jemed.org/biologist-shows-what-pokemon-could-look-like-under-the-skin/ Sat, 11 Jun 2022 13:00:00 +0000 https://e-jemed.org/biologist-shows-what-pokemon-could-look-like-under-the-skin/ Beware, the Bellossom diagram is a difficult picture to shake. via Pokemon Pokemon may have been around for 25 years, but we keep learning new things about them all the time. Not only by discovering more and finding new favorites (behold, Lechonk is watching you), but also new insights into how the relationship between people […]]]>

Beware, the Bellossom diagram is a difficult picture to shake.

Pokemon may have been around for 25 years, but we keep learning new things about them all the time. Not only by discovering more and finding new favorites (behold, Lechonk is watching you), but also new insights into how the relationship between people and Pokemon was born through Legends: Arceus. What The Pokemon Company has never revealed, and for good reason, is what Pokemon looks like inside. It had been left to our imagination, until now.

Biologist Christopher Stoll has shared incredibly detailed anatomical diagrams of what certain Pokémon look like inside. It might not be canon, but given that Stoll is a professional and is clearly an incredibly talented artist, it’s probably safe to assume that the images below are what Pokemon innards would look like if they existed in the real world.

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Cyndaquil, Octillery, Donphan, and Bellossom are the four Pokémon that Stoll has anatomically broken down. While the images are pretty shocking to anyone who hasn’t really thought about what a Pokemon looks like if you were to peel its skin and cut it open (so hopefully almost everyone else), they’re also very interesting. Octillery’s “big complex brain” is similar to that of a real octopus, and of course people blaséed it on Cyndaquil’s hardened sphincter in the comments.

Speaking of answers, the general consensus seems to be that seeing the inside of Bellossom will haunt Pokemon fans’ nightmares for quite some time. The split image is definitely the one with the most contrast, as half of the diagram showing what it looks like inside is reminiscent of a clicker from The Last Of Us. ‘sexual display’ that you will find outside. You probably won’t find this treat in its Pokedex entry.

These aren’t the only four Pokémon that Stoll has performed an anatomical deep dive on. In fact, the biologist broke down the inner workings of every Pokemon from the first generation and published them all in a book. You can currently buy this book from Stoll’s website, but you’ll have to be quick. PokeAnatomy is sold out, so once they’re gone, they’re gone. You can also follow him on Instagram to keep up with all his latest work.

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The £3.2m deal extends the MRC’s Molecular Biology Laboratory’s Blue Sky collaboration with AstraZeneca in Cambridge https://e-jemed.org/the-3-2m-deal-extends-the-mrcs-molecular-biology-laboratorys-blue-sky-collaboration-with-astrazeneca-in-cambridge/ Thu, 09 Jun 2022 06:00:00 +0000 https://e-jemed.org/the-3-2m-deal-extends-the-mrcs-molecular-biology-laboratorys-blue-sky-collaboration-with-astrazeneca-in-cambridge/ Cambridge’s MRC Molecular Biology Laboratory has agreed additional funding of $4m – around £3.2m – to extend its Blue Sky research collaboration with AstraZeneca beyond 2022. Launched in 2014, the collaboration has sparked preclinical research projects that encourage an open approach to basic biology and disease. MRC LMB director Jan Lowe. Photo: Keith Hepell. (34821444) […]]]>

Cambridge’s MRC Molecular Biology Laboratory has agreed additional funding of $4m – around £3.2m – to extend its Blue Sky research collaboration with AstraZeneca beyond 2022.

Launched in 2014, the collaboration has sparked preclinical research projects that encourage an open approach to basic biology and disease.

MRC LMB director Jan Lowe. Photo: Keith Hepell. (34821444)

Jan Löwe, LMB Director, said: “We are extremely pleased that our innovative collaboration with AstraZeneca is continuing. Blue Sky projects will continue to deliver exceptional science and give us access to incredible people and resources. We consider Blue Sky to be the LMB’s flagship industrial collaboration and are very proud of the science it delivers.

Notable findings include the discovery by researchers in the group of John O’Neill, LMB’s Cell Biology Division, and Peter Newham of AstraZeneca, that the mechanism by which circadian rhythms in heart cells help to change heart function.

Meanwhile, researchers from the group of Roger Williams, in the LMB’s PNAC division, and structural biologist Chris Phillips, from AstraZeneca, have revealed the first three-dimensional structural model of mutated ataxia-telangiectasia (ATM), which is a key regulator of DNA damage. response and target signaling pathway for cancer therapies.

Researchers from the group of Manu Hegde, in LMB’s Cell Biology Division, and AstraZeneca Associate Principal Scientist Ana Narvaez have discovered a pathway responsible for eliminating unusable proteins that are produced in large quantities in cells cancer due to their mutated and rearranged genomes.

Professor John Iredale, Executive Chairman of the MRC, said: “Since its inception in 2014, the Blue Sky Initiative has provided researchers with the tools and technology to tackle some of the most challenging questions in basic biology and disease, which is why we are delighted to extend this important collaboration between the LMB and AstraZeneca.

Sir Mene Pangalos elected to the Royal Society.  Photo: Keith Hepell.  (56589032)
Sir Mene Pangalos elected to the Royal Society. Photo: Keith Hepell. (56589032)

Sir Mene Pangalos, EVP Biopharmaceutical R&D, AstraZeneca, said: “Understanding the biology of disease is key to developing the next wave of life-changing medicines for patients for whom there are still huge unmet needs.

“The Blue Sky collaboration with the MRC LMB illustrates the importance of academic and industry partnerships to help transform science into medicine, and we are excited to continue this initiative.

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Plant Biologist Nominated for Prestigious Early Career Award https://e-jemed.org/plant-biologist-nominated-for-prestigious-early-career-award/ Tue, 07 Jun 2022 00:41:45 +0000 https://e-jemed.org/plant-biologist-nominated-for-prestigious-early-career-award/ UGA’s Schmitz named finalist for 2022 National Blavatnik Awards for Young Scientists University of Georgia faculty member Robert Schmitz was recently chosen as a finalist for a national award for young scientists. The National Blavatnik Prizes for Young Scientists are the world’s largest unrestricted prize for early-career scientists and engineers. Schmitz is a plant biologist […]]]>

UGA’s Schmitz named finalist for 2022 National Blavatnik Awards for Young Scientists

University of Georgia faculty member Robert Schmitz was recently chosen as a finalist for a national award for young scientists. The National Blavatnik Prizes for Young Scientists are the world’s largest unrestricted prize for early-career scientists and engineers.

Schmitz is a plant biologist who conducts groundbreaking research into plant epigenetics – the chemical modifications of DNA and related proteins that alter gene expression – to unlock new methods for increasing agricultural sustainability and safety. eating. He found that some epigenetic mechanisms in plants differ from those in animals and that this unique mode of epigenetic modification impacts plant evolution and can inform crop breeding.

His discoveries in maize epigenetics provide plant breeders with targets in the maize genome to improve crop performance, such as overall yield or disease resistance. Schmitz’s work, as described in the announcement of the Blavatnik Awards finalists, sparked the discovery and creation of new plant biotechnology that could help feed the world.

The winners were chosen from a highly competitive pool of 309 applicants from 150 leading universities and scientific institutions in 38 states across the United States.

Among the announced group of finalists, three winners – in life sciences, chemistry and physical sciences and engineering – will be named on June 29, each receiving $250,000 as a national Blavatnik award winner.

“I am grateful for this recognition and grateful to past and present members of the lab who have advanced our understanding of plant epigenetics,” said Schmitz, UGA Foundation Chair in Plant Science and Lars Emeritus Researcher G. Ljungdahl. “We are fortunate to work alongside so many wonderful colleagues from the University of Georgia Department of Genetics.”

Three independent juries, each representing one of the award categories, have selected the finalists and will determine the winners. Winners must be faculty-level scientific researchers, aged 42 or younger, and nominated for the competition by their university or research institute.

“When first hired as an assistant professor, Bob was clearly a rising star in the field of epigenetics,” said Nancy Manley, research professor emeritus and chair of the genetics department at Franklin College of Arts and Sciences. “This award reflects what we already know – that his creativity, productivity and leadership while on the UGA faculty more than confirmed that initial promise and promises even greater things in the future. .”

“It’s an amazing honor and I want to thank the Blavatnik National Awards for Young Scientists for recognizing the importance of agricultural research as part of their life science portfolio,” Schmitz said.

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Biologist helps create habitat for endangered fisherman – 100 Mile House Free Press https://e-jemed.org/biologist-helps-create-habitat-for-endangered-fisherman-100-mile-house-free-press/ Sun, 05 Jun 2022 13:30:00 +0000 https://e-jemed.org/biologist-helps-create-habitat-for-endangered-fisherman-100-mile-house-free-press/ Red-listed anglers have found help from a biologist at 108 Mile Ranch. Larry Davis of Davis Environmental Ltd. designed a fisherman’s den, an insulated wooden box that can be hung from trees to provide habitat for endangered mammals. The box aims to provide habitat for women fishers, especially in areas affected by deforestation. Anglers are […]]]>

Red-listed anglers have found help from a biologist at 108 Mile Ranch.

Larry Davis of Davis Environmental Ltd. designed a fisherman’s den, an insulated wooden box that can be hung from trees to provide habitat for endangered mammals. The box aims to provide habitat for women fishers, especially in areas affected by deforestation.

Anglers are considered endangered in the central interior and of special concern in northeastern British Columbia.

“We started this study in 2013 to try to get more breeding habitat due to the loss of large trees,” Davis told the Free press during an open house at the BC Trappers Convention recently.

The insulated boxes are placed about eight feet up in a tree, providing refuge for females who need a place to give birth in April. Around 50 boxes were placed in the central interior, resulting in 12 females, carrying one to three kits, coming back repeatedly at the end of the study in 2019.

He noted that fishermen are red-listed in this area, for various reasons. Genetic evidence shows that fishermen on this side of the Rockies are different from those on the other side of the Rockies, possibly due to glaciation. Those in British Columbia have lower birth rates, irregular litters and fewer kits, Davis said. Only about 60% survive.

Helping them is important, he said, because they are medium-sized carnivores that help control all sorts of small mammals such as mice, voles and snowshoe hares.

“We would like the logging industry to leave more habitat for them and actually benefit them by keeping prey levels at levels that don’t damage the forest, Davis said. “We’ve done research that shows that in 10% of young clearcuts, fishermen disappear.”

Fishermen can get away with a mix of forests “wherever you have spruce forests, you’ll have fishermen as long as there isn’t too much clearcutting.” They need a large forested area – 30 km2 – to survive, compared to martens, which only need about a km2 if it is good habitat.

Biologists have also been testing angler exclusion boxes for years – an elongated marten cube fitted with a faceplate sized to keep anglers out.

“We encourage trappers to use angler exclusion boxes and find other ways to avoid catching anglers as bycatch.”

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Supreme Court rules biology not a tiebreaker in child custody dispute https://e-jemed.org/supreme-court-rules-biology-not-a-tiebreaker-in-child-custody-dispute/ Fri, 03 Jun 2022 22:16:04 +0000 https://e-jemed.org/supreme-court-rules-biology-not-a-tiebreaker-in-child-custody-dispute/ Being a biological parent is not a tiebreaker in a custody dispute, the Supreme Court of Canada said Friday.Sean Kilpatrick/The Canadian Press Being a biological parent is not a tiebreaker in a custody dispute, the Supreme Court of Canada said Friday when explaining why it awarded full custody of a young child to his maternal […]]]>

Being a biological parent is not a tiebreaker in a custody dispute, the Supreme Court of Canada said Friday.Sean Kilpatrick/The Canadian Press

Being a biological parent is not a tiebreaker in a custody dispute, the Supreme Court of Canada said Friday when explaining why it awarded full custody of a young child to his maternal grandmother instead of his father.

A lower court judge found that the father, who lives in Alberta, and the grandmother, who lives in Prince Edward Island, were good, secure and loving parents with whom the boy, who is now eight years old, had strong ties. The tiebreaker for this judge, Prince Edward Island Supreme Court Justice Nancy Key, was that the grandmother would foster the boy’s relationship with his father, including supporting trips to West to keep the boy with him. The father, on the other hand, was reluctant to encourage a relationship with the grandmother unless the court ordered it.

Judge Key awarded custody to the maternal grandmother, but the Prince Edward Island Court of Appeal reversed his decision and instead awarded custody to the father. In a 2-1 decision, the appeals court said “the natural parent factor should be decisive” when the other factors are more or less equal, or even when the non-parent’s case is slightly better.

The Supreme Court of Canada released its 9-0 decision in December, shortly after a hearing. In his written reasons for the decision, released on Friday, he suggested the appeals court’s tiebreaker approach was anachronistic. “A court need not look to biology and engage in a difficult determination of who may be a closer blood relative,” Judge Sheilah Martin wrote.

That hasn’t always been the case, she said in the ruling. In the 1950s, the Supreme Court established a presumption in favor of biological parents over adoptive parents. Then, in 1985, the court convicted a biological mother who had given her child to adoptive parents and then demanded the return of the child. The court then said that the welfare of the child came first. It was not the biology per se that mattered, but the emotional or psychological bond between parent and child. The biological link itself was an “empty formula”, the court said. A 1993 decision said “there is no magic in the parental bond”.

“While the biological links may relevant in a given case, they will generally carry little weight in assessing a child’s best interests,” Justice Martin wrote on Friday. She cited PEI’s child protection laws. and other provinces, as well as federal divorce law, none of which mentions biology as a factor determining the best interests of the child.

Friday’s decision stands in stark contrast to child custody decisions in the United States.

“American law treats birth parents as rights holders, if I can put it that way, in matters involving parenthood, children, adoption, etc.,” said law professor emeritus Rollie Thompson, from the Schulich School of Law at Dalhousie University, in an interview. “Whereas in Canada, we tend to start from the child’s point of view: who acts as the parent? We could call this a functional model, as opposed to a rights-bearing model.

The bottom line: “We don’t give the natural-parent bond the weight it has in the United States.”

Yet, as the court case illustrates, custody cases don’t always work out that way in practice.

The history of the conflict is complex. The mother and father married in 2012 and lived together in Calgary. The relationship ended amid disputed allegations that the father was abusive towards the mother. They divorced in 2014 and the mother moved to Prince Edward Island. She was pregnant and didn’t tell the father.

Over the next few years, the mother retired due to mental illness and Children’s Aid became involved. The grandmother came from Alberta to help, but returned to Alberta for a while. When the child was five years old, Children’s Aid informed the father that he had a son. Eventually, he filed for custody, as did the grandmother, who by then was back in Prince Edward Island. The PEI Director of Child Protection. sided with the father and placed the child in his care.

Justice Key, the lower court judge, found that the director of child protection failed to consider the possibility that the grandmother was the child’s guardian. The appeals court said Judge Key’s criticism of the director of child protection was irrelevant and blinded her to the best interests of the child, in particular the preference that should be given to the biological parent.

The Supreme Court of Canada disagreed, saying judges are obligated to consider how the conduct of child welfare agencies may have shaped, or even defined, the facts of a case.

Ryan Moss, a lawyer for the grandmother, said in an interview that his client persisted in a lengthy legal process and won because she was willing to put the animosity behind her. “She may be a grandmother and 67, but she’s feisty,” he said, adding that she’s gotten back up several times after being knocked down by the justice system.

The father’s attorney could not be reached for comment.

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