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Whole genome sequencing diagnosis achieved

HOUSTON, March 11 (UPI) -- U.S. researchers say they have, for the first time, used whole genome sequencing to achieve a molecular diagnosis in a person with a genetic disorder.

101-year-old pilot still flying

SOMERSET, Pa., June 23 (UPI) -- A 101-year-old Somerset, Pa., man who recently renewed his license might be the nation's oldest licensed pilot, said the man who administered the pilot's test.

James Watson gets another scientific first

HOUSTON, May 31 (UPI) -- U.S. scientist and Nobel laureate James Watson, co-discoverer of the DNA double helix, has become the first human to receive his own personal genome sequence.

First stage of bovine DNA project ready

BETHESDA, Md., Oct. 7 (UPI) -- The first draft of the bovine genome sequence, a process known as cDNA, is reported ready for biomedical and agricultural researchers worldwide.

Rat becomes third mammal genome sequenced

WASHINGTON, March 31 (UPI) -- U.S.-led researchers said Tuesday they have sequenced the genome of the Brown Norway rat, only the third mammal to be sequenced, after humans and mice.

Today in Music: a look back at pop music

Today's birthdays include country singer Eddy Arnold, who was born in 1918 (age 85); pianist Erroll Garner, in 1921 (age 82); Trini Lopez in 1937 (age 66); Little River Band guitarist Graham Goble in 1947 (age 56)...
By United Press International

Today in Music: a look back at pop music

The weekly UPI Today in Music package for May 10-16.
By United Press International

Today in Music: A look back at pop music

Today's birthdays include country singer Eddy Arnold, who was born in 1918 (age 84); Trini Lopez in 1937 (age 65); Little River Band guitarist Graham Goble in 1947 (age 55); Brian Eno in 1948 (age 54); Toto's Dennis Fredericksen in 1951 (age 51); Mike Old

Today in Music: A look back at pop music

Today in Music advance package, May 11-17, 2002.
PENNY NELSON BARTHOLOMEW, United Press International

Rock News Two: The week in pop music

VAN HALEN Van Halen and Warner Bros. Records have parted ways after 25 years, 11 studio albums and three lead singers.
PENNY NELSON BARTHOLOMEW, United Press International

Rock News: Music's high and low notes

?OZZFEST 2002? System of a Down will headline Ozzfest 2002, which is expected to kick off in July.
PENNY NELSON BARTHOLOMEW, United Press International
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Richard “Ribbs” Gibbs (born in 1955 in Bay Village, Ohio) is an American film composer and music producer, most notable for his film work in Dr. Dolittle, Big Momma's House, The Book of Stars, Queen of the Damned and television work in the Battlestar Galactica re-imagined series.

Gibbs was raised in Wooster, Ohio and Daytona Beach, Florida. A spelling champ and National Merit finalist, he skipped his senior year of high school to attend the local community college, where he earned an AA degree in one year. He then went on to matriculate with a degree in classical composition from Berklee College of Music in Boston.

Gibbs was the keyboard player for the New Wave band Oingo Boingo from 1980 to 1984. He was also a session player, performing on over 150 albums for artists as diverse as War, Tom Waits, Robert Palmer, and Aretha Franklin. He also started with Michael Jochum the band Zuma II, which had an eponymously titled record released by Pasha/CBS Records. He has appeared live with Korn, The Staples, Chaka Khan, and Oingo Boingo.

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