Advancements of Scientific Research

Jessica-Reynolds

By Jessica Reynolds 

Over the many decades involving research, knowledge, and the progress of science, we can see and understand the differences in how scientists have changed their processes. Studying electrons in the 1900’s was vastly different from the way we study electrons today; not only with the modern technology we have available, but with regulations that have been implemented. Read more…

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Posted by Sciences Blog - 19/06/2013 at 04:07

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Is Expectorant provokes Surgical Intricacy?

Are we wondering what expectorant does in human? It is a cough syrup we intake during suppressive immunity and bacterial infections. Expectorants are made of different medicinal drugs entangled together to relieve a sufferer from dry cough and tickling throat. Read more…

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Posted by Kimberly John - 11/06/2013 at 00:06

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Nanotechnology in Conjunction with Stem Cell Research

Regenerative medicine is an emerging multidisciplinary field that aims to restore or enhance the tissues and organ functions. Regeneration of tissues can be achieved by the combination of living cells, which will provide biological functionality, Read more…

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Posted by Phyllis Mauger - 10/06/2013 at 23:44

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Study shows Exercise can Reduce the Risk of Kidney Stones in Older Women

According to the result of a study conducted by experts in USA, exercise may lower the risk of developing kidney stones.The experts examined data from over 85,000 older women who were 50 or above the age of 50. Read more…

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Posted by Missal - 10/06/2013 at 23:20

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Laser Tissue Welding

A tissue that is damaged or injured can be repaired /regenerated. Some tissue injuries can be repaired by simple methods as Stitches and staples. But as the scientific techniques are becoming more advanced, these Stitches and staples may be on their way Read more…

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Posted by Ro Casper - 10/06/2013 at 23:03

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DNA Profiling without PCR: A Modern Approach!

Forensic Scientists usually classify individuals DNA by DNA profiling/DNA fingerprinting.The DNA isolated from biological evidence is routinely amplified by Polymerase chain reaction using short tandem repeats (STR’s) which require ~ 1 nanogram of the template DNA. Read more…

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Posted by Charlene - 10/06/2013 at 22:44

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