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Two Decades of Research by Bio-Logic Aqua Research Founder Sharon Kleyne on Dry Eye and Dry Skin. Grants Pass, OR (PRWEB) December 12, 2011 Sharon Kleyne,
PHOENIX, July 20 /PRNewswire/ -- Arizona American Water reminds customers to stay hydrated as summer temperatures soar. The human body is more than 60 percent water. Even mild dehydration can reduce a person's work capacity by 12 to 15 percent, affecting physical and mental functioning.
Dust may be a nuisance around the house but it plays a vital role in the formation of the key ingredient for life on Earth â€“ water â€“ according to researchers at Heriot-Watt University.
There is more to the snowflake than its ability to delight schoolchildren and snarl traffic.
Small amounts of oil leave a fluorescent sheen on polluted water. Oil sheen is hard to remove, even when the water is aerated with ozone or filtered through sand.
If a circadian rhythm is like an orchestra - the united expression of the rhythms of millions of cells - a common chemical may serve as the conductor, or at least as the baton.
German scientists investigating the complex chemical mixture thought to be present in the early Earthâ€™s oceans have found that amino acids can be â€˜cookedâ€™ into many other important chemical building blocks of life when embedded in salt crusts.
Traveling to Los Angeles can be a hazardous undertaking. The buzzing coastal city at the very edge of the American frontier has long been a symbol of exploration and progress.
Through a recent modeling experiment, a team of NASA-funded researchers have found that future concentrations of carbon dioxide and ozone in the atmosphere and of nitrogen in the soil are likely to have an important but overlooked effect on the cycling of water from sky to land to waterways.
The design of efficient systems for splitting water into hydrogen and oxygen, driven by sunlight is among the most important challenges facing science today, underpinning the long term potential of hydrogen as a clean, sustainable fuel.
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