, the world's largest general scientific society and the publisher of the journal Science, as well as many scientific newsletters, books, and reports, was founded in 1848, and serves 262 affiliated societies and academies of science, reaching 10 million individuals (www.aaas.org).
Now, nearly a decade later, thanks to the efforts of the AAAS
and Mellon's support, the project may be revived.
is diagnosed when the infrarenal aortic diameter is more than 3.0 cm.
were assayed in 58 consecutive CD patients diagnosed between January and December 2003: 30 adults (10 male; median age, 32 years; range, 18-56 years) and 28 children (14 male; median age, 18 months; range, 1-12 years).
Recognizing the problem-plagued relationship, the AAAS
called its session on scientific litigation "Disorder in the Courts."
1.1368-1 (d) (2), the portion of the distribution remaining after the AAA
is treated as a distribution of AAA
Alternatively, if the threshold were lowered to a score of 30, the same level of screening would bring the yield of detected AAAs
to 84%, he added.
The Circulation study found that 8,663 patients survived an average of nine years after their intact AAAs
were repaired, and 90.3 percent survived at least five years.
The National Science Foundation received $2.4 billion for R&D, a 2.9 percent drop, AAAS
Analytics as a service (AaaS
) refers to the provision of analytics software and operations through web-delivered technologies.
Hannah Hecker, Product Development (AAAS
), said, "We are always looking for new tools and services to help the research community and we see the Enago's language editing service doing just that.
If an S corporation converts to a C corporation, it can still make tax-free cash distributions to the extent of AAA
during the PTTP.