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What you need to know about Methyl Bromide

Methyl bromide is to blame in the accidental poisonings of a mom, dad and their two teen sons at a Caribbean resort located in ST John. The boys remain critically ill Monday at a Philadelphia hospital. Criminal investigators are examining how and why t...

Importance of Biomarkers in Clinical La...

BY MILTON BERTRAND The prevention or diagnosis of disease remains relevant to clinical laboratories. Clinical laboratories are always in search to test for relevant analytes. These biomarkers that are identified and validated though proteomics, metabo...

Sitting for long periods increases risk...

The amount of time a person sits during the day is associated with a higher risk of heart disease, diabetes, cancer, and death, regardless of regular exercise, according to a review study.

Graviton: physical time and thermodynamics

Abstract: In classical mechanics, time is something that passes uniformly regardless of whatever happens in the world. For this reason Newton spoke of absolute space and absolute time. On the other hand, Einstein's Special Theory of Relativity predict...

Graphene: The Perfect Atomic Lattice a ...

Graphene: The Perfect Atomic Lattice a Better Material for Making Bulletproof Jackets

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