Latest In situ Stories

2011-12-28 12:00:00

New study evaluates use of in-situ reactive amendments in treatment of contaminated sediments. Toledo, OH (PRWEB) December 28, 2011 AquaBlok, Ltd., a leading manufacturer of composite particle materials for environmental remediation, has developed a new product for in-situ treatment and remediation of contaminated sediments. The new technology represents an improvement over costly remediation methods like dredging and conventional capping that can damage existing ecosystems. The company has...

2011-10-05 19:30:00

Advanced Toolsâ New Blog Hosted by Aaron Peacock, PhD, Features Cutting-Edge Information and Commentary on New Groundwater Remediation Technologies and Tools Newtown, CT (PRWEB) October 05, 2011 Advanced Tools (http://www.advancedtools.us), the comprehensive website that tracks and analyzes new analytical and field-based tools for In-Situ Green Remediation, announced the launch of the Advanced Tools Blog. The blog will be a daily source of cutting-edge information and...

2009-11-05 07:34:36

Scientists in Washington, D.C. are reporting laboratory evidence supporting the possibility that some of Earth's oil and natural gas may have formed in a way much different than the traditional process described in science textbooks. Their study is scheduled for Nov./Dec. issue of ACS' Energy & Fuels, a bi-monthly publication. Anurag Sharma and colleagues note that the traditional process involves biology: Prehistoric plants died and changed into oil and gas while sandwiched between...

2008-09-23 18:00:18

E-Wire -- The National Aeronautics & Space Administration's Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, FL, has undertaken aggressive groundwater and soil remediation to treat an area of on-site petroleum hydrocarbon contamination. Faced with the challenge of removing the contamination while maintaining the integrity of underground utilities, piping, and infrastructure, NASA and its consultant Tetra Tech chose RegenOx(TM), a proven, non-corrosive, and cost-effective in-situ chemical oxidation...

2008-09-18 12:00:13

Phylogeny, Inc., the in situ company, announces its new microRNA in situ hybridization detection service. As scientists investigate the role of regulatory RNA molecules in the development of disease, they will need to move beyond standard whole tissue expression profiling to a more precise method of identifying the exact cells that are modulated by these molecules. Responding to that need, Phylogeny is pleased to announce that it has launched a new in situ service to localize microRNAs...

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