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LabArchives, the developers of the innovative web-based electronic laboratory notebook (ELN), announced today that they have entered into agreement to offer LabArchives ELN services to Internet2
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BAYONNE, N.J., Oct. 29, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Henry Repeating Arms is pleased to introduce the newest rifle in its collection, The Henry American Beauty.
Stryker Hip Replacement Lawsuits Alleging Metal Poisoning, Tissue Damage And Other Health Complications Are Proceeding Through Superior Court In Bergen County, New Jersey. Columbus,
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Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory computational scientist Amanda Randles will receive five years of funding from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to pursue "high risk, high reward"
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William Beebe was an American who held many titles including naturalist, marine biologist, ornithologist, explorer, and author. He is most famous for the many expeditions he led for the New York Zoological Society, his scientific writings, and his deep dives within the Bathysphere. Beebe was born Charles William Beebe in Brooklyn, New York in 1877. In his early life, The American Museum of Natural History and the environment of East Orange, New Jersey influenced him to explore nature and...
Karl Henize was an astronomer, space scientist and a NASA astronaut. He was born Karl Gordon Henize on October 17, 1926 in Cincinnati, Ohio. He grew up on a small dairy farm outside the city, where he grew his interest in Buck Rogers and Sir Edmund Hillary, the first man to reach the peak of Mount Everest. He attended primary and secondary schools in Plainville and Mariemont, Ohio and then continued on to the University of Virginia. There he received a Bachelor of Arts degree in mathematics...
Velcro is a brand name, two layered system of fabric hook-and-loop fasteners. There is a "hook" side, which is a piece of fabric covered with tiny hooks, and a "loop" side, which is covered with even smaller and "hairier" loops. Pressing the two sides together will cause the hooks and loops to catch and hold the pieces together. The hooks and loops can be made of various materials, although the first was made of cotton, which turned out to be impractical. Today the most common material is...
- The act of burning, scorching, or heating to dryness; the state or being thus heated or dried.
- In medicine, cauterization.