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Expert Explains Why Gore, Yuck are Fun on Halloween
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Water-fueled Microrockets Neutralize Threats
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Scientists Look at Chemistry of Death
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Stirring Solution Economizes Lab Space
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Navigation, Locating Occurs Sans External Cues
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Research Sheds Light on Source of Stem Cells
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Engineering Boosts Biogas Production in Microbes
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Customized Flow Meters Enhance OEM Apps
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Bats Like to Hang Out with Friends

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Toddlers Emulate Peers, Apes Don't

 
 
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From the playground to the board room, people often conform to the behavior of those around them as a way of fitting in. New research shows that this behavioral conformity appears early in human children, but isn’t evidenced by apes like chimpanzees and orangutans.
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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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Oceans Arrived on Earth Early

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Water is essential for life on the planet, but the answers to two key questions have eluded us: where did Earth's water come from and when? While some hypothesize that water came late to Earth, well after the planet had formed, findings from a new study significantly move back the clock for the first evidence of water on Earth and in the inner solar system.
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Expert Explains Why Gore, Yuck are Fun on Halloween

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Disgusted by Halloween life-like body part food creations? Do you find violence depicted in haunted houses too gory, yet you can't seem to look away? An expert says the emotion of disgust is what helps keep humans alive, but there can be a thrill to having fun with it as well.
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Parr Horizontal Reactor Systems

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Horizontal stirred reactors make the task of stirring biomass such as straw or grasses achievable. These custom reactors are secured vertically for loading and can be operated in both a horizontal or vertical position. Let us build one for you.


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Water-fueled Microrockets Neutralize Threats

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With fears growing over chemical and biological weapons falling into the wrong hands, scientists are developing microrockets to fight back against these dangerous agents, should the need arise. Now, they have created spherical micromotors that rapidly neutralize chemical and biological agents and use water as fuel.
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Stirring Solution Economizes Lab Space

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Asynt’s Vortex Blend overhead stirrer specifically caters to scientists who need to test new formulations and blends in parallel. 


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Attach Thermocouples, Pins, Studs and Brackets

 

DCC's HotSpot PLUS welder offers options to facilitate spot, stud, pin and thermocouple welding functions. HotSpot PLUS simplifies attachment of sensors and strain gauges to metal surfaces. View our video for solutions to your problems.


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Scientists Look at Chemistry of Death

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What happens when you die? It's a spooky question, but it doesn't have to be. Even after you depart, there's a lot of chemistry that still goes on inside you.
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Navigation, Locating Occurs Sans External Cues

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Researchers have identified the amount of information the brain needs in order to navigate and accurately estimate location. They determined that animal brains can, in principle, use a memory map to estimate location without external cues– such as sight, smell, touch and sound.
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Research Sheds Light on Source of Stem Cells

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A study has provided insights into where stem cells come from and could advance research in regenerative medicine. The work also has significant implications for fertility research.
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Engineering Boosts Biogas Production in Microbes

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In the ongoing effort to develop advanced biofuels as a clean, green and sustainable source of liquid transportation fuels, researchers have identified microbial genes that can improve both the tolerance and the production of biogasoline in engineered strains of Escherichia coli.
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Customized Flow Meters Enhance OEM Apps

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Titan Enterprises works with customers to produce high-standard flow meters for a broad base of OEM applications.


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Bats Like to Hang Out with Friends

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New research has shown that despite moving house frequently, bats choose to roost with the same social groups of “friends.” The study found that different social groups roost in separate, though adjacent, parts of woodland. The findings have important implications for conservation as bats may not be able to move to another area if a section of woodland is felled.
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Research Finds Key to Cheaper Biofuels, Improved Crops

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By manipulating a plant’s metabolic pathways, two scientists have figured out a way to genetically rewire plants to allow for an exceptionally high level of control over the spatial pattern of gene expression, while at the same time boosting expression to very high levels. Now, they have launched a startup company to apply this technology for developing low-cost biofuels that could be cost-competitive with gasoline and corn ethanol.
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Mass Spectrometer Speeds Biofuel Research

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The Hiden Biostream system is a research-grade mass spectrometer developed specifically for applications in biofuel research to provide real-time analysis of dissolved gases and vapors in aqueous solutions, identifying and quantifying in real-time gaseous species with molecular weights up to 300 amu.


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