May 31, 2005
A Sciencebase reader emailed to ask where they could find more information on Isolagen and its research into a system for eradicating wrinkles and facial scars. So here’s what we found:
Isolagen specializes in the development and commercialization of autologous cellular therapies for tissue regeneration and on May 23rd unveiled a design for an automated system to propagate and harvest cells more efficiently and cost effectively than …
May 27, 2005
Even technical staff at the cutting-edgest synchrotron in the world are going to find themselves going round in circles trying to interpret the following press release intro that plonked on my desk this morning (virtually speaking)
“PRESS ANNOUNCEMENT — FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
IntegraTorr sputtered non-evaporable getter thin film will be used to coat quadrupole and sextupole vacuum chambers of the third generation SOLEIL synchrotron.
See the attached press announcement for complete information.”…
May 26, 2005
I don’t know what it says about sciencebase readers, but the most common keyword hitting the site this week is Dapoxetine for Premature Ejaculation. If you’re interested in the chemistry of this compound and its molecular structure, then pay us a visit. I won’t pass judgement, honest.
An international team of scientists has created a new isotope of the element zinc, zinc-54. They report their results in: [nucl-ex/0505016] First observation of 54Zn and its decay by two-proton emission. the discovery could help explain exactly how positively charged protons stay together in the atomic nucleus.
May 25, 2005
For a split second back there, it looked like water’s familar H20 formula may not have been so valid as chemists thought: Physics News Update 732. Thankfully, all those millions of textbooks need not be rewritten after all thanks to research by RPI and Ben Gurion University researchers.
A mixture of horseradish and peroxide can (apparently) dampen swine farm odors.
According to news from the American Chemical Society, as cities expand, encroaching suburbanites are raising a stink about unpleasant odors emanating from neighbouring hog farms. But a simple, inexpensive concoction of horseradish root and hydrogen peroxide developed by Pennsylvania State University researchers could help deodorize swine and other animal manure, perhaps putting an …
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