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Chicago Skyline

WEFTEC 2019: 3 Things to Check Out

WEFTEC 2019 Is Upon Us   The 92nd Annual Technical Exhibition and Conference is held Sept. 21 – 25, 2019 at McCormick Place in Chicago, Illinois. MarketScale will be at the...

5 Space Bound Companies That Can Get Your Business to the Moon

In 1969 Neil Armstrong took his famous first steps on the moon. In the half century since, only a select few have followed in his path. However, the private...
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How to Avoid Condensation in Walk-In Freezers

Check out the infographic below to see how you can avoid condensation in walk-in freezers. Condensation forms when warm, moist air meets a colder surface, such as the “sweat”...
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How New Robotics are Shaping the Hospitals of Tomorrow

Photo courtesy of Alex Miller, U.S. ABB Media Relations Technology provider ABB announce on July 10 that it will install advanced collaborative robotics for medical labs and hospitals, beginning in...
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Fifty Years Later, The Space Race is Back On

In the time since Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin first landed on the moon on July 20, 1969, only 10 other men have walked on the lunar surface. Fifty...

How Freezing Temperatures Became the Hottest Trend in Wellness

The beauty industry is an economic gold mine and consumers are on a constant journey of exploration. One practice in particular, cryotherapy, has continued to defy conventional wisdom within...
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THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN CALENDERED AND EXTRUDED VINYL FILMS

There are two main ways to produce vinyl films: calendering and extrusion. Each of these industrial processes can be used to produce a range of film and sheet products...
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WHAT IS THE MICROBIOME?

The ability to understand the microbiome and its impact on the body is continually growing with advances in sequencing methods and initiatives like the Human Microbiome Project. But what exactly...
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Cleaning Up Nuclear Waste is an Obvious Task for Robots

Some people worry about robots taking work away from human beings, but there are a few jobs that even these sceptics admit most folk would not want. One is cleaning...
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Enjoying Sudden Success? Protect Your Growing Wealth for Generations

If you’re a rising professional in your 30s or 40s, perhaps an executive in the booming oil and gas sector or a talented software developer, then you’re likely achieving...
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What It Takes to Resupply the International Space Station

On April 17, Virginia-based aerospace and defense company Northrop Grumman launched the Antares™ rocket along with the company’s Cygnus™ spacecraft, carrying about 7,600 pounds of cargo for the astronauts...
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Embracing the Contact Sport of Innovation

AsianScientist (Apr. 25, 2019) – No two people are the same, yet many of our treatments for serious diseases fail to see the patient as an individual. Because of...
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What AI Means for Future Scientists

It is a cry that has been repeated for centuries now— ‘technology will take my job.’ This is a sentiment that is certainly not to be taken lightly. History...

2019 Lease Accounting Infographic

The following infographic explains the things you need to know when implementing the new FASB lease standard. It walks through the important questions to ask, traps you need to...

How the Science Labs of Today Are Integrating the Tools of Tomorrow

Science labs might have the reputation as being at the forefront of technology adoption, but they have actually been slow to adopt automation in recent years. Researchers would rather...

Why 3D Printing Might Have a Bigger Impact In Space Than On Earth

Three-dimensional printing is an application where the digital world meets the physical world. It enables industries to make rapid prototypes and test out new ideas. While it has been...

Leaders Driving Change: SXSW 2019 Podcast Series

More than 100 people move to Austin, Texas each day on average. Quickly becoming a national city, the state capital is truly a melting pot of business, culture and...

Can Biotech Kill the Flu Once and For All?

Biotech is essential for advancing science. Biotechnology is a broad term that involves the use of living organisms to develop new products. Over the years innovations in the space...

HOW GUT HEALTH IMPACTS WHOLE BODY HEALTH

Did you know that your gut health is connected to many aspects of your overall health? It’s a very complex part of the body with 100 trillion bacteria—more than...

What to Check Out at the AAAS Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C.

The American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) is hosting its annual meeting to offer more than 120 scientific sessions to grow awareness about different specialized fields. The...

The Tools Leading The Science Community to New Discoveries

Many of our technological advances are used first by the scientific community. Nuclear magnetic resonance machines to analyze molecular structures were turned in the MRI machine used in hospitals,...

Solving the Deliquescence Problem in Blended Fertilizers

Some blended fertilizers may be prone to an undesired chemical process: deliquescence. Deliquescence typically becomes an issue when fertilizer granules are transported or as they are applied to the...

The Future of Fiber Optics Is Looking Bright

What kind of industry could potentially have a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of around 9% over the next decade? The answer: the global fiber optics market. That would...
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7 Companies Bringing Innovation to NRF 2019

It's possible that no group of companies benefits as much from NRF 2019 as those with space in the Innovation Lab. Designed to group start-ups together in an easy...

Who Will be the Winners of Aerospace This Year?

There is a lot happening—and a lot getting ready to happen—in aerospace right now. Just last year, we saw five significant achievements in aerospace—but the two that will likely...