Posts Categorized: Science

Zhen-hua Mei Publishes New Research Theory About “What caused the Big Bang?

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After Neutron Was Compressed: the Big Bang, ISSN (Online) 2320-6764” is published in this paper and has discussed the physical mechanism of the Big Bang. According to Space, an International Media Group and a leading digital publisher, “The Big Bang Theory is the leading explanation about how the universe began. At its simplest, it says… Read more »

The scientific history of the discoveries in immunology of the past 60-years in a book – Molecular Immunity: A Chronology of 60 Years of Discovery by Kendall A. Smith

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This book is a good reference point for the undergraduates, graduate students, academicians in medicine (immunology) and life sciences (molecular biology, genetics). The book aims to simplify the complexity associated with immunology. It will serve a useful resource for the present and upcoming curious minds who are intrigued by the science of immunology and who… Read more »

Omega Bio-tek’s Mag-Bind® cfDNA Kit Offers More Flexibility in Circulating DNA Purification

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Omega Bio-tek announces the extended capabilities of Mag-Bind® cfDNA kit (M3298), enabling scientists to process 1 to 8 mL samples and to obtain cfDNA fragments as short as 50 bp in a high-throughput workflow. The automated solution is capable of extracting cfDNA from 48 samples of 8 mL cell-free fluid in 2.5 hours when integrated… Read more »

Clear Scientific Announces New Aspergillus Testing Product for Booming Cannabis Industry

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Clear Scientific, a company providing lab development, lab equipment and supplies, announces the exciting addition of a new product for aspergillus testing. The company has provided a fast and easy solution to a pertinent topic in the Cannabis industry. States such as California, Nevada, and Alaska have established safety testing guidelines requiring the detection of… Read more »

New EASAC report from European science academies calls for urgent action on food and nutrition security

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Scientists from national academies across Europe are calling for urgent action on food and nutrition in a new rigorous and independent report published today by the European Academies’ Science Advisory Council (EASAC). This thorough analysis has implications for policy-makers working on food, nutrition, health, the environment, climate change, and agriculture. Combating malnutrition in all its… Read more »