Comprehensive Anti-doping Detection using the Q Exactive Orbitrap MS for Equine Urine Analysis

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Aggregation Analysis and Beyond: Analytical Ultracentrifugation in the Biopharmaceutical Industry

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Preventing Contamination in Cell Culture

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Remember all those science fiction movies that showed space travelers encased in sleep chambers? The premise was that humans ...

Penn-Led Study Ties Aging to Oxidative Damage in Mitochondria

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Learning to Protect Biodiversity

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Shock Waves: 100 Years After the 1906 Earthquake

In celebration of "Earth Science Week 2014", and "The Great California Shake-Out" scheduled for October 16, 2014, here is a video posted by the U. S. Geological Survey (USGS) produced in 2006 regarding the history of the Great 1906 San Francisco Earthquake, and all of the scientific discoveries and technological improvements that followed during its 100 year aftermath.


Those interested in learning more about "The Great California Shake-Out", and/or other Shake Out programs worldwide may find pertinent information at the following link:





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