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Article ID: 1017

Keck Telescope spies the likely building blocks of modern galaxies

University of California, Santa Cruz

Acting as the world's most powerful telescopic tandem, the Hubble Space Telescope and the W.M. Keck Telescope are starting to unravel the evolutionary histories of galaxies dating back to when the universe was just 10 percent of its current age. Embargoed * For release at 9:20 a.m. EST Thursday, January 16, 1997, in conjunction with the presentation of paper #103.05 at the American Astronomical Society meeting.

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Article ID: 1038

January Tip Sheet Annals of Internal Medicine

American College of Physicians (ACP)

January 15, 1997 Annals of Internal Medicine Tip 1) Providing Quality Care for Dying Patients; Practical Issues for Physician-Assisted Suicide 2) Tuberculosis in HIV-Infected Individuals More Common in Eastern United States 3) Medical Decision Rules Should Not Be Based On Medical Necessity, Cost-Effectiveness

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Article ID: 1037

High-fat Diet Controls Pediatric Epilepsy

New York-Presbyterian Hospital

Neurologists and nutritionists at Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center are using a high-fat, low-carbohydrate diet to control seizures in epileptic children who do not respond to, or cannot tolerate, medication. The "ketogenic diet" was actually devised in the 1920s, but fell out of favor with the advent of effective anti-seizure medications.

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Article ID: 1036

Computer Model 'Fingerprint' of Black Hole

University of Michigan

U-M computer model detects "fingerprint" of massive black holes in three nearby galaxies.

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Article ID: 1035

Do Jurors Understand Capital Punishment Decisions?

National Science Foundation (NSF)

People called upon to sit on juries for capital crimes often do not understand the language of the law, the factors they are supposed to weigh in considering a sentence, or even that they have final responsibility for imposing punishment. New research funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF) seeks ways to improve the judgment of jurors who literally make life and death decisions.

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Article ID: 1034

Fastex Probing Winter Storms Across Atlantic

National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR)

Powerful winter storms that strike the U.S. West Coast often occur in series, like the ones that recently raked Washington, Oregon, and California. These storms have their counterparts in the North Atlantic, and scientists are hot on their trail. A major field program involving NCAR, UCAR and researchers from 11 countries is straddling the Atlantic from Newfoundland to Ireland to study fierce oceanic winter storms.

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Article ID: 1033

Computational Molecular Biology Conference

Sandia National Laboratories

The first international conference on computational molecular biology will be held at the Eldorado Hotel in Santa Fe, N.M., from January 20-23, 1997. Among the expected 200 participants are Nobel laureate Rich Roberts and Turing Award winner Richard Karp. If that werenít enough reknown, "Interestingly, some of the scientists involved in this conference are so famous in their fields that they were tapped to testify at the O. J. Simpson criminal trial," said Sorin Istrail, a Sandia National Laboratories scientist and one of the conference organizers.

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Article ID: 1032

DHEA Analog, Fluasterone, Entering Clinical Trials

Research Corporation Technologies

While DHEA is lauded as possibly the nutritional supplement of the decade, Phase I clinical trials of a synthetic version believed to be more effective and without the side effects of the natural steroid begin late this month.

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Article ID: 1031

Cosmic rays from the supernova next door?

University of Alabama Huntsville

Giant balloons floating around the Antarctic helped UAH scientists gather what may be the first evidence of specific sources of cosmis rays, especially the cosmic rays which carry the most energy

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Article ID: 1030

Doctors 'See' Innards in 3-D with Software

University of Alabama Huntsville

Image-guided software developed at The University of Alabama in Huntsville may help doctors better diagnose cancer and plan surgery by allowing the more effective use of information collected from computerized axial tomography (CAT) scanned images.

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