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Owls perform a type of multiplicationin locating ground prey in dark, study shows
04/13/2001

Owls perform a type of multiplicationin locating ground prey in dark, study shows

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Baxter Awards Caltech Professor $250,000
03/15/2001

Baxter Awards Caltech Professor $250,000

Deborah Williams-Hedges
The BioScience business of Baxter Healthcare Corporation, Hyland Immuno, has awarded $250,000 to a California Institute of Technology faculty member to continue his protein design research.
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Caltech Professor Awarded Wolf Foundation Prize for Insights Into the Life Cycle of Cells
03/14/2001

Caltech Professor Awarded Wolf Foundation Prize for Insights Into the Life Cycle of Cells

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Baxter Awards Caltech Professor $250,000
03/14/2001

Baxter Awards Caltech Professor $250,000

Jill Perry
The Hyland Immuno division of Baxter Healthcare Corporation has awarded $250,000 to a California Institute of Technology faculty member to continue his protein design research.
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Researchers progress toward mutating a mousefor studying Parkinson's disease
03/02/2001

Researchers progress toward mutating a mousefor studying Parkinson's disease

Robert Tindol
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Caltech Professor Receives Ellison Award
02/10/2001

Caltech Professor Receives Ellison Award

Deborah Williams-Hedges
Giuseppe Attardi, the California Institute of Technology's Grace C. Steele Professor of Molecular Biology, has received the Ellison Medical Foundation Senior Scholar Award. The award is for $935,584 over four years.
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Odor recognition is a patterned, time-dependent process, research shows
02/05/2001

Odor recognition is a patterned, time-dependent process, research shows

Robert Tindol
When Hamlet told the courtiers they would eventually
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Sequencing of Arabidopsis genome will havehuge payoffs, Caltech plant geneticist says
12/13/2000

Sequencing of Arabidopsis genome will havehuge payoffs, Caltech plant geneticist says

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New research shows that the ears can sometimes trick the eyes
12/13/2000

New research shows that the ears can sometimes trick the eyes

A new study by California Institute of Technology researchers shows that auditory signals can sometimes trick test subjects into misinterpreting what they have seen.
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Human brain employs the same neurons in seeing an objectand later imagining it
11/15/2000

Human brain employs the same neurons in seeing an objectand later imagining it

In a study of nine epilepsy patients awaiting brain surgery, researchers have discovered that humans use the same neurons to conjure up mental images that they use when they see the real object with their eyes.

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