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Metal Seals

By darcoidnorcal | Saturday, May 3rd, 2014

Metal seals are excellent for preventing various kinds of fluids, liquids or gas loss. These seals are dependable, safe and long lasting. A metal seal used in various industrial sectors ranging from automotive to fluid...  (More...)

Ancient But Useful: Old Inventions We Still Use

By Carey Bourdier | Thursday, April 17th, 2014

While it may be true that we no longer have to wait weeks for a letter to reach another country or continent and our production lines are largely mechanized, there are still many tools used today that are quite similar to the way they were hundreds of years ago. These tools range from navigational items to those used for various types of construction projects.

Using Scientific Experiements In Home Tuition To Improve Understanding

By Jane Yang | Tuesday, April 1st, 2014

Technology is a fascinating as well as complicated theme. Children of all ages want to have fun in the idea of science, although they at first hesitate at the word itself. By adding science trials into the home teaching course, you might make certain that the science training expertise is accepted with kind regards and a proper round of "When can we do science once more?"

All About Protein Functions And Protein-Related Diseases

By Armand Zeiders | Friday, March 28th, 2014

Just how much do you know about proteins? Of course, all human beings need to take in protein on a regular basis as a source of food. However, proteins are more than a type of food group from which we need to consume, they are far more important than that on a basic cellular or molecular level. Proteins are essential molecules that are needed in our body for various other purposes and functions.

Understanding Huntington’s Disease

By Armand Zeiders | Friday, March 21st, 2014

Huntington's disease is an inherited disease, a genetic neurodegenerative disease that will cause some nerve cells in the brain to slowly dissipate away. This disease affects many people throughout the world and there are chances...  (More...)

ACLS and Fundamental Insight About It

By Cassie Dewalt | Monday, March 17th, 2014

ACLS is the acronym of Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support or Advanced Cardiac Life Support. It is an established set of protocols that ought to be observed particularly when providing help to people who have just suffered from a myocardial infarction or experienced other life-threatening condition.

Calibration: What It Is & Why It’s Important

By Carey Bourdier | Friday, March 14th, 2014

Calibration isn't something that many people know much about, but we certainly depend on calibration to keep us safe and secure. Calibration is how we ensure that products are built correctly, down to the tiniest detail. In some cases, failing to calibrate machinery can result in system failures for many important products, such as airplanes, vehicles, weapons systems and even medical equipment.

Different Cancer Treatment Options

By Armand Zeiders | Saturday, March 8th, 2014

Just uttering the word cancer can make one's heart flutter a bit, and there is probably no more dreaded diagnosis than this troubling disease. Just dealing with the effects of the treatments is scary enough, but as cancer is a leading cause of death, facing our mortality in such a way is not something anyone wants to face. However, the current cancer treatment methods have shown a great deal of success, and overcoming cancer is often a very real possibility.

Unique Branches Of Engineering

By Carey Bourdier | Sunday, February 23rd, 2014

Engineering is a vast field with many different disciplines, so if you would like to have a career in engineering, there are many different job choices to consider. There are four main types of engineering, which include civil engineering, chemical engineering, mechanical engineering and electrical engineering. Within each of these groupings are a wide variety of subsets, each of which provides ample career opportunities.

Foresters: A Unique Career Choice

By Carey Bourdier | Thursday, February 20th, 2014

For those people who love forests and nature and would rather spend their days working outside, the career of a forester might be the perfect fit. Foresters not only help with managing the sustainability of logging enterprises, they also help with the management of our protected national and state forests and parks. Foresters also have been a profession of importance since the Middle Ages.

Different Types Of Engineering Jobs

By Carey Bourdier | Wednesday, February 12th, 2014

There are few areas of our life that are not affected by the work of engineers. It is engineers that help design and build vehicles, create safe roads and bridges, design and calibrate machinery for every imaginable project and even create spacecraft capable of landing on the moon and other planets, such as Mars. There are many exciting career choices for those seeking a career in engineering, and here are just a few examples that future engineers might want to consider.

Common Biotechnology Terminology

By Armand Zeiders | Monday, February 10th, 2014

Today's genetic engineering industry is actually biotechnology and one can observe that this is used in several industries. It is commonly used in the field of medicine but is also used in agriculture and other...  (More...)

Choosing The Right Compound Microscope

By Desmond Pond | Thursday, January 30th, 2014

When it comes to choosing the right compound microscope, you need to know exactly what you need it for. Some microscopes have different uses and understanding their basics can help you come up with the right tool for yourself. For the first timer buyer, it is good to first contact a friend or expert, if you can, who has used different microscopes before. The quality and capabilities should guide you to get the best in the market.

Important Facts About Lupus

By Armand Zeiders | Thursday, January 23rd, 2014

You might have heard someone mention that they have lupus, but you might very well not know much about this autoimmune disorder which affects more than a million Americans. In general, there are no real cures for lupus as well as many other autoimmune diseases. These days, there are many helpful medications that can help make this disease much more manageable.

Do It Yourself Solar Energy – The Best Ways To Construct Your Very Own Low-Cost Solar Panels

By Aaron Surdam | Sunday, January 12th, 2014

It's not at all tough to find out how to develop solar panels free of cost. The parts you require might have the ability to be found around...  (More...)

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