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TZ Minerals International (TZMI) is pleased to announce that David McCoy, managing consultant and director at TZMI, will present at the International Titanium Association’s TITANIUM EUROPE 2013
In collaboration with the National University of Mexico, a team of Spanish researchers has analyzed for the first time remains of cosmetics in the graves of prehispanic civilizations on the American continent.
Traditional Swedish bonad paintings can contain toxic substances such as arsenic, reveals new research from the University of Gothenburg, Sweden, in which painting conservator and conservation scientist Ingalill Nyström analyzed the paint and techniques used in the traditional painted wall hangings from southern Sweden.
Have you ever looked at a peacock’s feathers, a butterfly’s wing or an oily puddle on the road and wondered why they have those shimmering, vibrant colors?
After volatile performance over the past five years, the Dye and Pigment Manufacturing industry is expected to continue struggling against increased import penetration.
Salt and water with a little help from Theresa Garcia in Las Vegas, Nevada can correct unwanted permanent makeup.
A biomimetic antenna for gathering sunlight may one day transform solar-powered devices. Sometimes when people talk about solar energy, they tacitly assume that we’re stuck with some version of the silicon solar cell and its technical and cost limitations. Not so.
A California scientist claims he has developed a simple procedure that can turn brown eyes into blue eyes, but once the procedure is done it is irreversible.
Chameleons are small to mid-size reptiles that belong to one of the best known lizard families (Chamaeleonidae). They are famous for their ability to change their color also because of their elongated tongue and their eyes which can be moved independently of each other. The name "Chameleon" means "earth lion" and is derived from the Greek words chamai (on the ground, on the earth) and leon (lion). Distribution and habitat The main distribution of Chameleons is Africa and Madagascar,...
- Withering but not falling off, as a blossom that persists on a twig after flowering.