Baruch S. Blumberg Institute Recruits World-Class Hepatitis B Scientists2015-03-28
| 'All-star' researchers intend to develop breakthrough therapies for the viral liver infection within 3 years
World's First Method for Continuous Purification of Valuable Antibodies2015-03-26
| Scientists at acib develop world's first continuous purification method for valuable drugs. This will lead to significantly reduced production costs and to cheaper pharmaceuticals that are affordable for non-privileged health care systems.
Make Your Own Opals2015-03-24
| Australian Inventor Reveals Secret To Creating Genuine Opals At Home
EMLab P&K Microbiologists Discover New Fungal Genus Named Curviclavula, Published in Mycological Progress2015-03-23
| Microbiologists from EMLab P&K's Phoenix microbiology laboratory discover new fungal genus from New Mexico. Peer-reviewed article about Curviclavula anemophila gen. sp. nov. is published in Mycological Progress.
Our Experts Devoting all These Resources to Researching Wisdom is Almost Irrelevant to Creating a Wise Society2015-03-18
| Figuring out wisdom should be on the back burner and figuring out how to create emotionally healthy brains should be all the focus.
Joe Mather Honored for Excellence in Design and Engineering2015-03-16
| Mr. Mather has operated his IT company for 41 years
NASA Deploys Satellite Designed to Re-enter Atmosphere Using Revamped Drag Device2015-03-12
| The TechEdSat-4 satellite launched from the space station on Tuesday, March 3, has successfully entered its orbit, setting the stage to test technology that could enable rapid return of payloads from space.
The Muslim World Will Keep Falling Behind the Rest of the World; Unless Our Muslim Leaders Take Corrective Action2015-03-12
| The Neuron Wiring of the Average Muslim Brain is Not Only Designed to Generate Toxic Biochemicals; It is Designed to Generate Less Brain Power.
Science of Visual Perception Inspires New Orleans Artist2015-03-11
| The paintings of Adrienne McFaul explore the science of "affordances".
Freeze! Watching Alloys Change from Liquid to Solid Could Lead to Better Metals2015-03-09
| A recent investigation aboard the International Space Station contributed to our understanding of the mechanism behind liquids turning to solids. A better understanding could improve design and production of metals.
Africa, From a CATS Point of View2015-03-09
| From Saharan dust storms to icy clouds to smoke on the opposite side of the continent, the first image from NASA's newest cloud- and aerosol-measuring instrument, CATS, provides a profile of the atmosphere above Africa.
Pressure is On to Find the Cause for Vision Changes in Space2015-03-09
| One of the goals of the Fluid Shifts investigation, launching to the space station this spring, is to test the relationship between fluid shifts to the upper body and a pattern NASA calls visual impairment and intracranial pressure syndrome.
Sir Christopher S. Lange Honored for Excellence in Radiation Oncology2015-03-09
| Dr. Lange's illustrious career has centered on biophysical and biological research
EMLab P&K Microbiologist Discovers New Species of Linkosia Fungus, Published in Mycotaxon2015-03-09
| Microbiologist from EMLab P&K's Phoenix microbiology laboratory discovers new species of fungus in southeastern Florida. Peer-reviewed article about Linkosia longirostrata sp. nov. is published in Mycotaxon.
Our Leaders Need to Wake up to the Fundamental Factor Why Nothing Changes in Spite of All Their Brilliant Efforts to Remove the Ills of Society2015-03-05
| It is clear that wisdom is none other than emotional health. So the one step solution is to make the society emotionally healthy. There are glaring examples that prove that there are options for creating emotionally healthier individuals.
Tech Expert Hal Raveche Moderates Global Space & Technology Dialog2015-03-05
| High-Level Defense and Security Panel Featured at Singapore Convention
New Method Makes Space Weather Easier to Predict2015-03-05
| Scientists can now gain a better understanding of space weather.