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Two M Barrels of Oil Rest on Seafloor
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Ultrasounds Help Kids with Speech Impediments
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Immune System Gene Key to Slowing Biological Clock
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Two-Component Epoxy Meets FDA Standards
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Simple Research Can Lead to Chemical Weapons
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Researchers Learn How Cells Sense, Respond to Chemicals
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Test Needs One Drop of Blood to Check Vitamin B12
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High-performance Tablet Press for Large Batch Production

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Image of the Week: Shipwreck Found Near Aeolian Islands

 
 
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Highly trained technical divers with a Florida-based group are helping Italian researchers to unlock an ancient shipwreck thought to date to the second Punic Wars between Rome and Carthage. Able to descend hundreds of feet further than most divers, they aide the archaeologists by swimming about the wreck fetching artifacts— as no robotic submersible can.
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Alternate Carrier Gas Options with Hydrogen Sensor

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Agilent’s Hydrogen Sensor can be integrated directly into the 7890B GC and it will detect potential leaks early in order to safely bring the system to stand-by


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Lower Population Won't Be 'Quick Fix' for Nature

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New multi-scenario modeling of world human population has concluded that even stringent fertility restrictions or a catastrophic mass mortality would not bring about large enough change this century to solve issues of global sustainability.
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Two M Barrels of Oil Rest on Seafloor

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Because of the environmental disaster’s unprecedented scope, assessing the damage caused by the 2010 Deepwater Horizon spill in the Gulf of Mexico has been a challenge. One unsolved puzzle is the location of two million barrels of submerged oil thought to be trapped in the deep ocean.
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Thermocouples: Make Your Own Quickly, Easily, Inexpensively

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DCC's HotSpot welding units allow thermocouple wire to be formed into freestanding beads or welded to metal surfaces. Our HotSpot units provide a quick, simple, accurate, low cost means of fabricating thermocouples.


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Ultrasounds Help Kids with Speech Impediments

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Using ultrasound technology to visualize the tongue’s shape and movement can help children with difficulty pronouncing “r” sounds, according to a small study. The ultrasound intervention was effective when individuals were allowed to make different shapes with their tongue in order to produce the “r” sound, rather than being instructed to make a specific shape.
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Two-Component Epoxy Meets FDA Standards

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Featuring a thick paste consistency, Master Bond EP21NDFG bonds well to a variety of substrates, including metals, composites, glass, ceramics and many types of rubbers and plastics. Unlike many high viscosity systems, this epoxy is truly non-drip and will not run or sag, even when applied to vertical surfaces.
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Parr Glass Reactor Systems

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Parr Glass Reactor Systems provide corrosion resistance, reduce contamination, and permit direct observation of mixing, color, or changes of state at conditions up to 225 °C and 150 psi (10 bar). Let us build one for you.


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Immune System Gene Key to Slowing Biological Clock

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Difficulty in conceiving a child is a major challenge for one in seven heterosexual couples in America, especially for those over the age of 35. Now, a study has found that neutralizing an immune system gene could improve the success of fertility treatments in women.
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Simple Research Can Lead to Chemical Weapons

A new report has highlighted how contemporary chemical and life science research could be applied in the study or creation of incapacitating chemical agent weapons.
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Researchers Learn How Cells Sense, Respond to Chemicals

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Amoebas aren’t the only cells that crawl: movement is crucial to development, wound healing and immune response in animals, not to mention cancer metastasis. In two new studies, researchers have answered long-standing questions about how complex cells sense the chemical trails that show them where to go— and the role of cells’ internal “skeleton” in responding to those cues.
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High-performance Tablet Press for Large Batch Production

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Fette Compacting America’s FE75 Tablet Press is a double-sided rotary press that can be equipped with up to 115 punch stations to produce more than 1.6 million tablets/hr. Ideal for the premium production of large batches, the unit’s four compression rollers feature a special control system for direct compression, enabling the machine to operate with two intermediate pressures.
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Test Needs One Drop of Blood to Check Vitamin B12

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Researchers have developed a novel method to test for vitamin B12 deficiency that is sensitive enough to work on anyone, including newborn babies and large swaths of the general population.
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Cell Membranes Spontaneously Assemble

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All living cells use membranes to define physical boundaries and control the movement of biomolecules. Now, researchers have found a self-driven reaction can assemble phospholipid membranes, like those that enclose cells.
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Today in Lab History: Jonas Salk

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Jonas Salk was an American Jewish physician and medical researcher, born in New York City on Oct. 28, 1914, who developed the first safe and effective vaccine for poliomyelitis.
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Combo Heating, Chilling System Provides Enhanced Performance

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Mokon’s Full Range system integrates a circulating water temperature control system with a portable chiller to provide heating and chilling from a single, compact self-supporting unit for optimal performance with a temperature range of -20 to 300 F (-29 to 149 C).
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