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  • How Human DNA Sequencing Made Racism Irrelevant By : S Burton
    According to The Free Dictionary, race defined is "a group of people identified as distinct from other groups because of supposed physical or genetic traits shared by the group" In other words, a race of people may be considered unique from other races due to genetic influences influencing various physical and possibly psychological traits common t
  • Eugenics: Dark Past of Selective Breeding By : Kaspar Schmidt
    Sir Francis Galton, Victorian psychologist and scientist, was by all accounts a genius He was responsible for inventions such as the weather map and classifying fingerprints for use in forensic science
  • The Homecoming of the Y-DNA Haplogroup R1b By : Kaspar Schmidt
    'Long long ago' It's a pretty relative term which differs for every individual
  • From Genghis Khan's Ancestors to Roman Soldiers in China By : S Burton
    From Genghis Khan's ancestors to Roman Soldiers in China, here are some surprising Genetic factsOne wonders from time to time as to where did he come from, how did it all begin
  • Population Bottleneck and How Humans Managed to Squeeze Through It By : Kaspar Schmidt
    Whenever we hear about a bottleneck we imagine our nearest freeway where we pay a $10 toll in order to get stuck in 2 hours worth of traffic Sometimes we get more than what we paid for and manage to get stuck in a jam for 3 hours
  • Sea Monkeys Kits - Caring For Them and Interesting Facts By : evikram kumar
    Caring for a certain animal, especially little animals that come with their own natural habitats, is a good hobby and a very good learning experience not just for children, but anyone from any age group
  • Create Your Personalized Ladybug Garden With A Ladybug Kit By : evikram kumar
    One of the fascinating, perhaps majestic evolution cycle created by nature is the metamorphosis of certain breed of insects, which undergo a radical change in their persona & evolve into a complete new species bearing features which are absolutely unique to what they had when they were in their primal stage
  • Embracing Nature by Presenting Butterflies as Gifts By : evikram kumar
    One of the profound moments of tranquility arises when you’re embracing the beauties of nature whilst keeping aside all the materialistic affairs of the mundane life
  • The Koyal Group Info Mag News: Some Creepy And Other Not-So-Believable Science Research Discoveries By : Drake Smith
    Have you ever imagined what the future would be like? Here is a hint as to what the latest discoveries will unfold within our lifetime. Unfortunately, we also found some unlikely stories about the past that try to make the advances of scientific development a kind of joke. Read on!
  • Lady Bug Anatomy And How It Helps Students By : evikram kumar
    A ladybug is a teeny tiny insect of barely 0.25 inch long. Though when studying about its anatomy, the entire body structure consists of 6 different parts, where each has some specific purpose to render
  • IJSER – A Prolific Platform for Scientific Expertise By : Kum Martin
    The need of education and knowledge are indispensable for every individual’s life. There have been magnanimous discoveries and inventions which have fascinated us beyond amazement. The progress that we are witnessing now is the result of combined research of scientists and researchers all over the world.
  • Nice Fossils and Rocks for Kids By : evikram kumar
    Parents are always on the look for the best gift idea for their kids. It is best if you will choose to give them the gift of discovery
  • What Is A Carnivorous Pitcher Plant? By : evikram kumar
    The pitcher plant is a carnivorous type of plant, but it only eats insects so there is nothing to worry about. It can attract its prey through its color and once an insect is already trapped, then the slippery cavity will start to eat them
  • All About Butterfly Life Cycle By : evikram kumar
    Butterfly is a type of insect that is very attractive for many because of its beautiful colors, interesting habitat and their amazing life cycle
  • What Is the Evidence for ET's/UFO's? Part-2 By : Paul A Philips
    To recap, message Pt-1 it showed intriguing evidence from artefacts and archaeological sites suggesting the existence of superior technology from the ancient past. Had there been advanced super-civilizations? Were these monuments created by humans perhaps from a golden age, or was it the work of off-planetary visitors, or both? This article Pt-2 follows on with further categories of evidence offering support for the ET/UFO presence.
  • 6 Largest Critters in the World That Will Give You the Creeps By : franmed
    If those tiny critters have been giving you a nightmare, wait till you see the real deal.
  • What Is the Evidence for ET's/UFO's? Part-1 By : Paul A Philips
    Just because someone has both eyes closed it doesn't mean that UFO's and ET's don't exist: Here's a very, very brief overview of a vast catalogue of evidence suggesting they do...
  • What Things Do Ladybugs Eat : Facts About Ladybugs By : evikram kumar
    Ladybugs are predators; they love to eat different insects and most of them considered pests that are annoying for humans who are into growing plants
  • Florida Paranormal Society Finds Bigfoot...? By : Reizon Aday
    "It is really something special. We as a society are very careful when we make announcements, because our credibility is on the line," says Evan Pedone, founder of the Florida Paranormal Society. Evan with his wife Ashley Pedone founded the society with a passion for exploring the unknown.
  • Lab Equipment for Clean Rooms and also Crucial Environment By : Obinna Heche
    There are quite a few issues with medicine, industry and also scientific research where there's a need for a surrounding as completely free as possible of any outside pollutants or elements that may cause undesirable elements or variables to whatever procedure is being researched, developed or handled on.
  • Circular Functions By : Yau Zakari
    The importance and application of concepts of circular functions to solved real life problems need not be over emphasized. The reader would find below some useful research results about the properties of multiple sine and cosine function.
  • Points to Think about Prior to Investing in Lab Devices By : Obinna Heche
    Acquiring new laboratory equipment can turn out to be a tough job for a health-related lab.
  • Reflections on Searches for Extraterrestrial Intelligence By : Morten St. George
    Fifty years of failure followed. Politicians, having no liking for perpetual failure, cut off funding, and the astronomers recoiled in embarrassment, blaming it all on the vastness of space.
  • A Variety of Lab Instruments By : Obinna Heche
    Lab apparatus means the broad range of tools and also devices that are used by the scientists when working in a research laboratory.
  • Reflections on God, Universe, and Science By : Morten St. George
    But one thing seems certain about our universe and that is that it has a propensity to produce intelligent life.
  • On Michio Kaku and the Fear of Aliens By : Morten St. George
    I have always been a strong proponent of the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI) Like the late Carl Sagan, I wanted an answer to the question Are We Alone
  • Scientific Conference - Is It A Rewarding Experience By : Jesse Gray
    The major advances in sciences have prompted an explosion in the number of conferences conducted each year in different countries of the world. There
  • How You Prove To A Sceptic That Climate Change Is Real By : Gemma Hume
    There' so much controversey over whether climate change is real or not. As a result, there are lots of internet searches on this question. This blog gives a simple explanation as to why climate change is real. It includes the latest evidence to back up the argument,details of the impacts of climate change and future predictions. You'll come away with a renewed sense understanding and importance of the issue.
  • Interesting Facts About Flowers By : Alex Eghoroekwuke
    Flowers have been used for as long as 50 thousand years in funeral rites. Many cultures associate blooms between life and death. Furthermore, because of flowers seasonal return, to many cultures this represents rebirth, which is why many people place flowers on graves.
  • Top Seven Popular Science Books By : Robert Bounds
    A list of seven of the most popular science books right now. Includes a short review of what I thought of the book. All of them are recommended books for you to read.
  • Peng Robinson Equation In Eq-Comp By : Parker John 299
    EQ-COMP is written using very basic software tools like MS Excel and VBA. EQ-COMP can predict vapor-liquid equilibrium properties for a hydrocarbon mixture for almost any composition with upto a maximum of 112 components.
  • Brief Introduction Of Spinosad By : Dora Lee
    Spinosad is a macrolide pollution-free and highly effective biological pesticide that the Saccharopolyspora spinosa extract from fermentation broth.
  • Statistical Software Programs: Pie Chart Maker By : Robert Duval
    Diverse sources of pie chart makers online are analyzed in this article
  • Unit of Mass By : james
    In the study of atomic and nuclear physics masses are expressed in atomic mass unit abbreviated amu and energies are expressed in electron volt abbreviated eV.
  • Anthropology- Open Access By : OMICS GROUP
    Anthropology is the research of humans and cultures in the past and present. The analysis performed by the Division of Anthropology team includes a variety of subjects and places of the world. A main issue of anthropologists is use of information to the remedy of individual issues.
  • Human Anatomy and Physiology By : OMICS GROUP
    Human anatomy, which, with structure and chemistry is a supporting basic medical science, is mainly the study of the morphology of the adult human body. It is the study of relationship between human system components and features.
  • Sodium Silicate Glass By : james
    1. Product Identification
    Synonyms: Water Glass; Soluble Glass; Silicate of Soda; Egg Preserver
    CAS No.: Not applicable to mixtures.
    Molecular Weight: Not applicable to mixtures.
    Chemical Formula: Na2O(SiO2)x.(H2O)x
  • Oxygen Molecule By : james
    Oxygen is an element belonging to the chalcogen group on the periodic table represented by the symbol O with an atomic number of 8. Oxygen is a non-metallic highly reactive element belonging to the period 2 in the periodic table. It can readily form compounds with about all other elements.
  • What You Should Know About Formaldehyde By : Junior Figueroa
    Formaldehyde is an organic compound with the formula CH2O or HCHO. It is the simplest aldehyde, hence its systematic name methanal. The common name of the substance comes from its similarity and relation to formic acid.

    A gas at room temperature, formaldehyde is colorless and has a characteristic pungent, irritating odor. It is an important precur
  • Inorganic Chemistry Concepts By : Samantha Frost
    Inorganic Chemistry is the science of the behavior and the synthesis of the organometallic and the inorganic compounds. The study covers approximately all of the chemical compounds, with an exception of the organic compounds in myriad classification. These are the compounds with a carbon base. On a microscopic level, these substances contain a multitude of carbon and hydrogen bonds.
  • Survive a Water Crisis - Plants Can Be a Water Pollution Solution By : Bren Fisher
    Plants are effective in cleaning the environment that surrounds them, but work better than most in specific applications, so in the following article we'll look at 3 diverse plants that are naturally suited to helping us survive a water crisis by providing water pollution solutions.
  • South Americas Most Dangerous By : Bill Casserley
    South America is a spectacular part of the world, with landscapes that range from Barron deserts to tropical jungles. Of course these spectacular landscapes are inhabited by a whole variety of creatures, which make South America what it is. Expansion within the region has put humans on an ever increasing collision course with these creatures, which can sometimes have deadly consequences. This article will focus on the top 5 most deadly.
  • Study of Microorganisms Using Portable Microscopes By : Javed Shaik
    Our world comprises of life everywhere at the same time, it is encompassed by vast majority of dead things like the soil, water, air, dust, minerals, rocks and whatever does not have life. While the living organisms live within this sphere of ...
  • How Human Memory Works By : Mak Martin
    The human brain is an immensely powerful creation but the fact remains that most people are only using less than 1% of its true potential. We can use so much more of our God given talents if we only knew how to.
  • The Basics of the Atomic Absorption Spectrometer By : Ketsiya Claret
    A very common technique that is used for detecting metals and metalloids in ecological samples is Atomic Absorption. An atomic absorption spectrometer is thus in very popular demand today. It is very convenient that the technique and the appliance are very dependable and easy to use.
  • ACS Organic Chemistry Study Guide - What You Need To Know By : Jasmine Kaloudis
    ACS Organic Chemistry Study Guide - How To Study For It.
  • Basics of Organic Chemistry By : samraj
    Chemistry deals with many ingredients and compounds. Organic chemistry is a branch of chemistry that includes the research of the components, structure, and features of carbon-containing compounds. In knowing this form of chemistry, it is worth noting that all organic elements include not only carbon, but also hydrogen.
  • How to Take Your First Steps in Astronomy and Discover Astronomy Mysteries! By : James A Christian
    Experience the awesome experience of looking at the moon and the rest of the solar solar system. Discover the answers to the astronomy mysteries that have baffled scientists. Find out how to view our amazing universe and discover its mysteries
  • A Basic Guide to The Jet Stream By : Dee White
    Basic information about jet streams and how they affect the weather
  • Modern Science By : Morgan D
    This article looks at the development of science uptodate
  • Sir Francis Bacon, Understanding Human Thinking About Nature and How We Know Things By : Ronald A Newcomb
    A brief review of Sir Francis Bacon's 1620 book, in Latin, Novum Organum Scientiarum, or New Instrument of Science. Bacon groups thought categories into Idols of the Tribe (Idola tribus), Idols of the Cave (Idola specus), Idols of the Market (Idola fori), and lastly, Idols of the Theatre (Idola theatri). These remain remarkably accurate in the twen
  • Life On Planet Mars By : Morgan D
    The Article will give insight into the possibility Of Humans' Leaving in Planet Mars.
  • Science Fair Project: Do Drivers Obey the Laws When No One is Watching? By : Morton Barish
    Does your mother or father come to a full stop at the stop signs or do they just slow down? How about other drivers? Find out what most people do in this really interesting research about human behavior.
  • Barrow County Jail UFO Sighting By : Gill Sugapong
    UFO sightings have never been new to us today. In fact, UFOs were sighted even the past century but they didn't call it UFO, instead they called it airships. There are many websites today in the Internet entertaining UFO sightings from the public; these websites allow people to upload UFO videos to their website.
  • Four Conceivable Alien Encounters By : Gill Sugapong
    There are numerous accounts around the world claiming different UFO or alien encounters. Some of them sound genuine while some of them sounds hoaxed. Their claims may be engaging but is it enough to hone ourselves to these claims? Most UFO encounters involved LSD where aliens used specific technology to forcibly disengage our mental ability.
  • The 2001 'Angel' Crop Circle Revelation By : Gill Sugapong
    Crop Circles are geometrical patterns found on crop fields. These patterns have oddities, and difficult to comprehend. An intriguing comet impact formation was reportedly photographed on Jupiter's terrain in 1994 and followed by the discovery of an almost-the-same formation in one of the crop fields found in Magog Down in 2001.
  • Skin Cancer - Its Types & Preventive Measures By : gt kimberly
    Skin cancer is diagnosed in about one million people in the U.S. each year, according to the National Cancer Institute. The skin has two layers, the epidermis and the dermis. The epidermis is the topmost layer, and consists of squamous cells, basal cells and melanocytes, which produce the pigment responsible for skin color.
  • Stem Cell Research Hits More Painful Setbacks By : gt kimberly
    Scientists had high hopes for reprogrammed stem cells, which could be derived from a patient's own tissue and grown into any type of cell in the body. But two studies this year highlighted major issues with reprogrammed cells, making their path to the clinic look longer than ever.
  • Biochemical Evidence of Evolution By : Morgan D
    This Article will Explian the thoery of Biochemical Evidence of Evolution.
  • The Life Cycle of the Red Fire Ant By : Laine McKenna
    People in the southern United States have long been aware of fire ants. However, not many people know exactly what makes these colonies of pests tick. This article maps out how the lifecycle of an ant colony really works
  • Tips For Choosing Right Aertex Sandals By : Bella Swan
    This era is one of the most fashionable era ever and there are so many reasons to buy aertex sandals. One of the biggest mistakes that people make is not making sure that their foot wear compliments their outfit.
  • Microscope Parts By : AmScope
    The microscope was invented by two Dutch eyeglass makers named Zacharias Jansen and his father Hans in the year 1590. They put several lenses in to a tube and found out that it can enlarge an object by as much as 9 times its normal size and the images were not so clear.
  • The Extinct Animals Of The British Isles By : Marcus Finch
    There are many animals in the UK, but not as many as there have been in the past. There are many different species that have been extinct for years and no longer wander the wilderness of the UK.
  • Crazy Deep Sea Creatures By : Robert Nickel
    If you're going to Aruba, you'll certainly want to get a look at the incredible oceanic life surrounding this small Caribbean island. The warm ocean temperatures are the perfect home for thousands of colorful fishes, cephalopods, and mammals. But there are some creatures you might not see, unless you're very lucky and they are very lost. The deep sea holds secrets that are unimaginably strange and wonderful. Let's meet some of the big guns...
  • The Gigantic A Fragillimus Dinosaur By : Robert Nickel
    Some people are dinosaur hunters. Even if they aren't paleontologists, they hold out hope that they'll find a new skeleton while vacationing in South Carolina or hiking in the mountains. And if they manage to discover a bone from the A fragillimus, they'll have solved a mystery that started in the Jurassic Era and got a twist in 1877.
  • Why Would Anyone Go to College to Study Ray Optics? By : A. Jay
    Ray optics is one of the many branches of physics that very few people know and understand. If you like discovering the unknown and understanding how it can benefit the many, you'll find ray optics a fascinating field.
  • Bahamian Sea Monsters And Mysterious Goo By : Robert Nickel
    Scientists are very honest about the ocean: after decades of exploration, they still know relatively little about marine life. More people have walked on the Moon than have been to the deepest parts of the sea. So if you live in the Caribbean, surrounded by water, it's understandable that you'd develop a few sea monster urban legends like the lusca.
  • Looking at a Star With a Scientific Angle of Vision By : Nino Dan
    People have found stars to be fascinating since the beginning of time. When people travelled around the world, they watched the stars in order to be able to figure out where they were.
  • How to Count Fresh Primary Cells By : Sarah Simmons
    When you receive a primary cell product for your research needs, it is recommended that you count the number cells to ensure you received the proper order. It is important to do this immediately after you receive the product, as most primary cell sources are not liable for any cell loss during subsequent processing.
  • How To Format A Science Paper By : Peter Gray
    Science papers, the kind you find in professional journals, are usually write-ups of experiments, or other formal investigations. They follow a set
  • The Olmec Formation Speculation By : Robert Nickel
    Where did the ancient Mesoamerican cultures come from? We can only speculate on the answers based on the scant archaeological evidence we can find, so there are always unknowns. There are many theories for every unanswered question; while some have actual merit, others are more fanciful and capture public imagination despite being discredited by science. The ancient Olmecs, the first major Mesoamerican culture, have been subject to just these...
  • The Starchild Skull By : Robert Nickel
    How excited would you be if you discovered evidence for extraterrestrial life? It would be a pretty incredible moment, especially if you'd always suspected that aliens were real and had already visited Earth. For UFO lovers in the 2000s, "proof" came in the form of a skull from a Mexican grave; he called it the Starchild skull, and it has been a curious piece of pseudoarchaeology for over twenty years.
  • Flying Rod or Skyfish - A New Type of UFO By : Knut Holt
    In the recent decennium there have been steadily more frequent observations of rod-like flying objects with several pairs of fins along the rod. They can be small or great and can be observed at any place outdoor and indoor. Because of a high velocity, they are most often discovered unexpectedly on footage images after the filming.
  • The Fundamental Elements Of A Productive DIY Hydroponics Project By : Aprille Marshall
    Are you wondering what to do so you can ultimately complete a truly beneficial DIY hydroponics project? You ought to be motivated and knowledgeable enough so you can enjoy the advantages and impressive outcomes that you strive for. It's also necessary that you fully understand the following elements for a more pleasurable and rewarding DIY hydroponics project:
  • An Overview of the Defense Applications of Lasers By : Liesl Henderson
    There are a myriad of laser applications that actually contribute positive effects contrary to the greater notion that laser is only used to build destructive weapons. Lasers are utilized in a number of sectors.
  • Best Kid's Microscopes By : Sam Graham
    Buying a Children's Microscope is a great way to interest your child in world of Science, whilst providing them with a fascinating and stimulating hobby. Encouraging them to learn about their environment will increase their knowledge about the world around them. This article gives a brief description of the best kids microscopes along with great activities for your child to learn.
  • Astronomy Is Not Just About Watching The Sky During The Night.. By : Cody
    Astronomy is ancient science. Most often astronomy is confused with astrology. Astronomy is the natural science that deals with celestial objects and the phenomena that originate outside the earth’s atmosphere where as astrology deals with the human affairs with the position of celestial bodies in space.
  • Science, Technology and Society By : govindam
    Science is important to the global because it helps for creating a pointer issues that are of concern to the general population. Scientific principles have been and continue to be applied to address issues, concerns, and problems that people face in the day-to-day aspects of living. Scientific research has value and importance to the layperson to t
  • A Number Of The Most Dangerous Fish On Earth You Have To Know About By : Michael Dierson
    If you enjoy going swimming, diving, and engaging in other water sports and also activities, then it is vital for you to be informed about the deadliest fishes which can be found in the sea, in the ocean, or even in other bodies of water. It is also good for marine biologists and other water research specialists to find out about the most perilous creatures in the ocean or sea.
  • What Is A Telomere? By : Stephen Long
    In 2009 three American geneticists were awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for their research on telomeres. Their discoveries have found a significant link in the aging process. This link is called a telomere. Scientists have discovered that there is a definite correlation between the length of one's telomeres and the amount of years they have left in life.
  • Numerous Details Regarding Quality Palo Alto Electrical Professionals By : T. Narvaez
    To understand how the charge moves from one atom to another, people should first know something about atoms.
  • Proportional Limit Related to Hooke's By : mic
    What is proportional limit? How is proportional limit related to Hooke's law? Read to find the answers... Material science and mechanics are branches of physics devoted to the study of chemical and physical properties of every single material that finds applications in engineering and pure science.
  • UFO Sightings : Reality or a Myth! By : Chuck Marino
    Flying saucers have always generated much curiosity among many giving rise to stories about extraterrestrials or even alien abductions.
  • Facts About Biomimicry By : Byron Dyson
    An overview on biomimicry - The study of nature's models, techniques, elements, and processes to be able to gain ideas to solve real human problems is known as biomimicry or biomimetics. The word biomimicry comes from the Greek word bios meaning life and mimesis meaning to imitate.
  • How to Describe the Radiations on an Electromagnetic Spectrum? By : Brandon Lee
    The electromagnetic radiation are broadly classified into the following classes: gamma radiation, x-ray radiation, ultraviolet radiation, visible radiation, infrared radiation, microwave radiation, and radio waves. This classification goes in the increasing order of wavelength, a characteristic of the type of radiation.
  • Incorporating Science into Your Next Backyard Adventure By : Errol Blake
    Your backyard is a great place for your child to get outside in play. In addition to swimming and playing outdoor sports, your child can also use your backyard
  • Molecular Models at the Movies By : Harris Gates
    Models at the Movies

    Indigo Instruments isn't only about supplying scientific kit to schools technicians, homeschoolers and students doing their science fair project. No! A fair few molecular models and countless
  • The Benefits Of Molecular Imaging For The Scientists And What The Future Holds By : Adrianna Noton
    Where X rays and ultrasounds show anatomy only, molecular imaging reveals what's happening with the cells and molecules inside the body. Previously, invasive procedures were necessary to do this. The most well known purpose of this tool is to diagnose diseases at very early stages, before any other non invasive tests can.
  • The Importance Of Scientific Research & Experimental Development By : Adriana Noton
    Scientific research & experimental development tries to provide answers to the question most humans have in their everyday lives. Researchers are always interested in ways of providing probable answers to some of the biggest question of life based on the available information. It also tries to make the world a better place by looking for ways to make life easier for everybody.
  • People Are Eagerly Waiting For The Next Visit Of Halley's Comet By : Liss
    While other celestial bodies like sun, moon and star mostly appear and move in a predictable path, the comets are bit unpredictable. So man always has some chilling thoughts about comets. Among others the one that attracted me most was comets, more specifically Halley's Comet.
  • Sky Lanterns and How They Fly By : Nick Ray
    Exactly how sky lanterns fly.
  • Is it Possible that We Humans Could Have Evolved from Chimpanzees? By : prolificrandy
    Unlike the common chimpanzee and other primates that have common facial features, the bonobo has another trait that could make us really wonder if we did evolve from them, after all. This feature is the unique individuated facial features that every bonobo possesses and that this characteristic is adapted for social interaction.
  • Dreams - An Imaginable Incident or An Experience By : Mark Bennett
    Many of us have dreams where we are rich, married to a gorgeous woman, and holidaying at a beautiful and breathtaking landscape. Even though these are quite possible in life, but some things are not.
  • Quadrantids Meteor Shower - The Much Awaited Cosmic Fireworks in 2012 By : Mark Bennett
    The Quadrantids meteor shower is mostly visible across the northern areas (i.e. Northern Hemisphere) as the sky happens to be completely blank due to the dead winter. It is considered as one of the much awaited cosmic fireworks because you may see about eighty to hundred of meteors across the sky. Sometimes you may see at on an average about one shooting meteor a minute.
  • Do We Really Need Those Upgraded Humanoids In Future? By : Mark.D
    Scientists are looking at how robots may function medically to help people live longer, more productive lives while many people fear that humans and robots cannot peacefully coexist.
  • The Unexplained Space Item: Namibia’s Extraterrestrial Rubble Clarified By : Tony Sumptors
    Advisers claim that object is likely a fuel equipment from an unmanned spacecraft.
  • Effective Approach To Solving Problems in Chemistry By : David Sinclair
    Chemistry problems can be quite easy to solve if you are aware of the basics and know how to apply concepts and formulas while solving problems. What you learn in class helps you to solve problems by understanding the chemical relationships and formulas.
  • The Advantages Of Molecular Imaging By : Adrianna Noton
    It is known that a very important thing in modern science is the molecular imaging. It is extremely useful because it is the reason why the scientists are able to see and study the cellular function, and another important thing, they can observe the molecular process at a very tiny scale.
  • Robots in DNA By : Scottw
    What kind of robot is used in DNA sampling
  • Guide to Peptide Storage By : Jeffrey James
    Many researchers initially struggle with basic issues such as: “where are the purest peptides available?” Or “what is the difference in potency between GHRP-2 and GHRP-6?” (Note: the answers to both of these questions are available on Unitypeptide.com).

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