Researchers report that they have significantly enhanced polymer solar cells' performance by building a device with a new tandem structure that combines multiple cells with different absorption bands.
Researchers show that electric cars in China have an overall impact on pollution that could be more harmful to health than gasoline vehicles.
With climate change, today’s “100-year floods” may happen every 3 to 20 years, according to new research.
Making a simple substitution of water or diet soft drinks for drinks with calories can help people lose 4 to 5 pounds, a study shows.
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GlaxoSmithKline is the official provider of laboratory services to the London 2012 Olympic & Paralympic Games. More than 6250 samples will be tested by 12 anti-doping expert analysts and 150 scientists from around the world at a new World Anti-Doping Agency accredited, state-of-the-art laboratory in Harlow.
Studies suggest that pregnant women can be treated almost the same as other cancer patients are, with minimal risk to the fetus.
The new Cytomat 10 Hotel is a 210 µ-plate capacity ambient storage unit. It is a fast and reliable instrument with access times including barcode scanning of ~10 sec. Multiple single access points around the instrument allow an easy integration in all existing system platforms.
A study has shown that boosting the estrogen levels of male garter snakes causes them to secrete the same pheromones that females use to attract suitors and attracts other males to them.
Thermo Scientific RapidStak Microplate Stacker can be set up in minutes, providing walkaway time and relief from monotonous tasks. Fast and reliable, the RapidStak features dual-instrument loading for ultimate versatility. Plates can be quickly delivered and processed using two instruments simultaneously.
Research suggests that consuming between 2,100 and 6,000 calories per day may double the risk of memory loss among people age 70 and older.
Many people are willing to pay a premium for ethanol, but not enough to justify the government mandate for the corn-based fuel, an economist argues.