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Predictions made in 2012 for the next 100 years. This infographic was made by the BBC, they own and control all rights to this image. Find out more about this infographic at the BBC.
In a new article from LillyPad and PharmaPhorum, Bill Reid exposes the results of counterfeit drugs in the world. Each year, 100,000 people die because of fake drugs; and it is estimated that 10 to 15 percent of the global … Continue reading
esyringe® is proud to announce the addition of SGE Analytical Science’s product lines. Biomedical syringes and consumables for most analyzers, new and discontinued, can be found at esyringe.com. Washington State, USA (Press Release at PRWeb) June 24, 2013 esyringe® is … Continue reading
With new technology comes testing previous suppositions. This time, scientists have found that Mount Etna’s lava stones may be leaching manganese into the Sicilian drinking water. The symptoms of manganism and Parkinson’s disease are similar: tremors, impaired motor skills, rigidity … Continue reading
Scientists at Berkeley Lab weren’t setting out to take beautiful pictures of molecules breaking and reforming chemical bonds, this just happened to be a surprising side benefit of trying to cause the reactions (Source). “‘Nobody has ever taken direct, single-bond-resolved … Continue reading
As much as I love food and water, I didn’t realize how much is due to phosphorus, a naturally occurring chemical compound “formed millions of years ago from old coral reefs and sedimentary deposits.” This chemical is important for our … Continue reading