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Engineers have developed a new method for creating high-performance membranes from crystal sieves called zeolites; the method could increase the energy efficiency of chemical separations up to 50 times over conventional methods and enable higher production rates.
Now researchers at the University of Washington are using the same principle for biomedical applications.
Scratches on an otherwise perfect looking vehicle can be a real annoyance for car owners, but scientists have developed a polyurethane coating that heals its own scratches when exposed to sunlight.
A research project at Rice University has brought scientists to the brink of comprehending a long-standing medical mystery that may link cardiovascular disease, osteoporosis and perhaps even Alzheimer's disease.
Vitamin E has been found to decrease cardiovascular risk, but high doses of vitamin E also result in an increase in nose bleeds, U.S. researchers said.
Rive Technology, a developer of catalyst technology for the petroleum refining industry, has announced that it will commence operations of a 10,000-square-foot R&D facility in Monmouth Junction, New Jersey in November 2008.
A high daily dose of a vitamin K supplement did not protect against age-related bone mineral density decline, Canadian researchers said. However, it may help with preventing fractures or cancers, study leader Angela Cheung said.
DULUTH, Ga., Oct. 6 /PRNewswire/ -- Metametrix Clinical Laboratory (http://www.metametrix.com/), a leader in nutritional and metabolic testing services, announced the introduction of the Vitamin K Assay.
PQ Corporation, the chemicals and engineered glass materials company, announced today that Alan McIlroy, currently the company's Vice President of Strategic Planning, has been appointed to the position of Vice President and CFO, effective immediately.
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