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Stone Age Tools Weren't African Invention
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FAA Approves Moviemaking-drones
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Our Water is Older than Our Sun
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System Generates Precise Concentrations
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ISS: Largest Earth-observing Satellites
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Tool Forecasts Economic Impacts of Natural Gas Stations
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Flow Meters are Globally Approved
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Plants Can Be Mined for Metal

Brady’s Sample Certainty White Paper

  Brady  

Gain valuable insight on how labs are impacted by sample loss with Brady’s Sample Certainty White Paper. It highlights labeling best practices, and how you can reduce costs and improve productivity in your lab.

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Worms Can Let Celiac Sufferers Enjoy Pasta

 
 
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Researchers have achieved ground-breaking results in a clinical trial using hookworms to reduce the symptoms of celiac disease. Twelve participants were each experimentally infected with 20 hookworm larvae. By the end of the trial, subjects were eating the equivalent of a medium-sized bowl of spaghetti with no ill effects.
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Measure Trace Metals in Environmental Matrices

Agilent Technologies  

Register for a live webinar and get your copy of the Atomic Spectroscopy Applications Primer to see how Agilent can help you meet regulatory requirements for measuring trace metals in environmental matrices.


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Natural Gas Use Will Do Little to Reduce Emissions

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Abundant supplies of natural gas will do little to reduce harmful U.S. emissions causing climate change, according to researchers. They found that inexpensive gas boosts electricity consumption and hinders expansion of cleaner energy sources, such as wind and solar.
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Stone Age Tools Weren't African Invention

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A new discovery of thousands of Stone Age tools has provided a major insight into human innovation 325,000 years ago and how early technological developments spread across the world. Researchers have found evidence that challenges the belief that a type of technology known as Levallois was invented in Africa and then spread to other continents as the human population expanded.
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Whisper Valve® Takes The "Pop" Out of Cryogenic Safeties and for Itself in Gas Savings

SGD  

• Relieves cryogenic container pressure with less than 40 dB. (A library is rated at 30dB). Normal safeties pop at over 100 dB (the sound of a shotgun blast).
• Reduces container losses to 2 SCFH (maintains liquid in a cryogenic container for up to 50 days)
• Easily installed on any cryogenic container.
• Available in pressure settings from 20 to 500 psig
SGD Inc. 201-261-1908
www.sgd.com


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FAA Approves Moviemaking-drones

The government granted six movie and television production companies permission to use drones for filming, an important step toward greater use of the technology by commercial operators, Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx has announced.
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System Generates Precise Concentrations

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VICI Metronics’ Dynacalibrator Model 150 is a constant temperature system designed to generate precise ppm or ppb concentrations of chemical compounds in a gas stream, using permeation devices as the trace gas source.


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W.S. TYLER®—Setting the Standard

W.S. Tyler  

CPA Particle Shape and Size Analyzer
The Ultimate in Production Quality Control
RO-TAP® Test Sieve Shaker
“The Industry Standard”
Engineered Filtration
Durable, Cleanable, and Reusable Designs
Woven Wire Mesh
Stainless Steel. Custom Mesh Counts


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Our Water is Older than Our Sun

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Water was crucial to the rise of life on Earth and is also important to evaluating the possibility of life on other planets. Identifying the original source of Earth’s water is key to understanding how life-fostering environments come into being and how likely they are to be found elsewhere. New work has found that much of our Solar System’s water likely originated as ices that formed in interstellar space.
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ISS: Largest Earth-observing Satellites

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The International Space Station has been called a stepping stone to other worlds. NASA hasn't forgotten, however, that the behemoth space station is also on the doorstep of Earth.
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Oil & Moisture Resistant Tubing – Get a Sample

Newage  

Transparent ether-based polyurethane tubing resists oils, chemicals and moisture. For gases or liquids. Naturally flexible—no leachable plasticizers. Ester formulation also available. Made in USA.
NewAge® Industries, Inc.


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Tool Forecasts Economic Impacts of Natural Gas Stations

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Researchers have announced a tool for analyzing the economic impacts of building new compressed natural gas fueling stations. Mostly made up of methane, compressed natural gas is an alternative fuel for cars and trucks that can offer greenhouse gas benefits over gasoline.
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Flow Meters are Globally Approved

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Sierra Instruments’ QuadraTherm provides enhanced accuracy +/-0.5% of reading above 50% of full scale for flow meter air measurement and other gases. 


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What’s Really in Your Food?

 

Join us for a can’t-miss discussion on spectroscopic and chromatographic techniques that help ensure the safety and quality of our food supply. The webcast is free and you will have a chance to pose your questions to an expert panel who will cover the demands of a high-throughput food and beverage laboratory and the need for high-speed and quality analysis the end-user can rely on.


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Study Tracked Sea Levels Over Five Ice Ages

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Land ice decay at the end of the last five ice ages caused global sea levels to rise at rates of up to 5.5 meters per century, according to a new study. Researchers have developed a 500,000 year record of sea level variability to provide the first account of how quickly sea level changed during the last five ice age cycles.
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Plants Can Be Mined for Metal

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Future generations of miners could harvest metals from trees, capitalizing on the ability of some plants to isolate and accumulate metals in their shoots. Plants that can extract metals, such as nickel or cobalt, from the soil could be harvested for significant returns.
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Pressure-reducing Regulator for Gas Distribution Systems

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Type P99 pressure-reducing regulators from BelGAS feature a field-proven, high-accuracy and highly robust design. The gas pressure regulators help to maintain consistent inlet pressures to downstream equipment, allowing for the accurate control of distribution system pressures, even with widely varying flow rates and supply pressures. 


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Finally: Bottleneck in Crystal Prediction Solved

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The various patterns that atoms of a solid material can adopt, called crystal structures, can have a huge impact on its properties. Being able to accurately predict the most stable crystal structure for a material has been a longstanding challenge for scientists.
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GE Invests $10 M in Natural Gas Research

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Penn State Univ. says that General Electric Co. will give the school up to $10 million to create a new center for natural gas industry research.
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Gas Monitor Can Handle Simultaneous Measurements

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The Gasmaster handheld gas monitor from Kanomax is suitable for indoor, industrial and outdoor air quality monitoring. The unit is compatible with more than 30 different interchangeable sensor heads; one monitor can be used to measure multiple gases and concentrations. 


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