An introduction to Mahara (with audio)

submitted by: andykirk

open source ePortfolio system, Mahara, in under five minutes.

MicrobeWorld Video - MWV01 - The Koshland Museum

submitted by: MicrobeWorld
A video podcast on the Koshland Science Museum's interactive exhibit on Infectious Disease featuring interviews with Erica Shugart, Ph.D., deputy director and exhibit curator, Dr. Eliott Kieff, Harvard University, and Dr. David Relman, Stanford University. The Koshland Science Museum is located on 6th and E Sts., NW, D.C. and it is well worth the visit. Visit MicrobeWorld online at www.microbeworld.org

Return to Zambia MWV 17

submitted by: MicrobeWorld
The American Society for Microbiology is helping African nations foster a scientific community that is better able to address the current and future problems that threaten not only the local population, but the world at large. Like many African countries, Zambia and South Africa are deeply affected by HIV and tuberculosis, as well as a number of other infectious diseases. In March of 2008, ASM President Cliff Houston, Ph.D., traveled to Zambia and South Africa to gauge and assess the...

Computation Enabling Bio-Science & Engineering

submitted by: SDSC

Professor Richard Waltz discusses "Computation Enabling Bio-Science & Engineering" at the Cyberinfrastructure Experiences for Graduate Students Spring Orientation Workshop in 2007. For more information see: http://www.sdsc.edu/us/training/index.html

Prof Giuseppe Riva - La realtà virtuale nella riabilitazione dell'obeso

submitted by: atnp lab

intervento del Prof Giuseppe Riva di Atnp Lab al convegno dell'Istituto Auxologico Italiano "La riabilitazione nel cardiopatico e nell'obeso" presso il Palazzo delle Stelline, Milano, 4 giugno 2008

Methylphenidate Decreased the Amount of Glucose Needed by the Brain to Perform a Cognitive Task

submitted by: noravolkow
The use of stimulants (methylphenidate and amphetamine) as cognitive enhancers by the general public is increasing and is controversial. It is still unclear how they work or why they improve performance in some individuals but impair it in others. To test the hypothesis that stimulants enhance signal to noise ratio of neuronal activity and thereby reduce cerebral activity by increasing efficiency, we measured the effects of methylphenidate on brain glucose utilization in healthy adults. We...
Authors: Nora d. Volkow, Joanna s. Fowler, Gene-jack Wang, Frank Telang, Jean Logan, Christopher Wong, Jim Ma, Kith Pradhan, Helene Benveniste, James m. Swanson