Truetox Sponsors Commerce Plaza Field Day Experience

Truetox Laboratories, a provider of pain management, behavioral health, and addiction treatment laboratory services, has announced that it will be sponsoring the Commerce Plaza Field Day for local students in the Levittown, New York, area. This will be the first time students will be returning for the all-day event since the beginning of the COVID-19 … Read more

The Oligonucleotide Therapeutics Society Celebrates Another Remarkable Annual Meeting

The Oligonucleotide Therapeutics Society’s 17th Annual Meeting was held virtually the second year in a row and was once again phenomenally successful. Over 1,000 attendees around the world engaged in lively discussions and learned about groundbreaking developments in a broad range of oligonucleotide-based disciplines. The Rare Diseases Session featured progress in the development of ASO and … Read more

Cambridge Isotope Laboratories, Inc. (CIL) Launches Stable Isotope-Labeled and Unlabeled TCA Cycle Multi-Component Mixes

Cambridge Isotope Laboratories, Inc. (CIL) is pleased to announce the release of our new stable isotope-labeled and unlabeled TCA cycle mixes to aid in the analysis of TCA-associated compounds in metabolic studies. The TCA (tricarboxylic acid) cycle, also known as the Krebs or citric acid cycle, plays an essential role in central carbon and energy … Read more

New Para-Series Electronic Battery Connection Method Improves Energy Efficiency by Up to 30%

Switching Battery Inc. has unveiled an innovative electronic method for the connection of batteries called “para-series”.  The patent-pending para-series method is based on dynamically switching a group of batteries between series and parallel connections. As these two connection schemes have complementary properties, the para-series method can yield the optimal result for the output voltage. When two 3.7V batteries are … Read more

Switching Battery Unveils New Electronic Battery Connection Method

Switching Battery Inc. has unveiled an innovative electronic method for the connection of batteries called “para-series”.  The patent-pending para-series method is based on dynamically switching a group of batteries between series and parallel connections. As these two connection schemes have complementary properties, the para-series method can yield the optimal result for the output voltage. When two … Read more

Research Rebuttal Paper Uncovers Misuse of Holocaust Datasets

Professor Melkior Ornik, of the Department of Aerospace Engineering at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign is a mathematician, a history buff, and a strong believer in integrity when it comes to using hard science in public discussions. So, when a story popped up in his news feed about a pair of researchers who developed a statistical method to … Read more

The Institute of the Americas Announces Merger of UC’s Gulf of California Marine Program Into Its Environment & Climate Change Program

In an effort to expand its sustainability leadership in the Western Hemisphere, the Institute of the Americas (IOA) announced the merger of the University of California’s Gulf of California Marine Program (GCMP) as a new special programmatic initiative of its organization’s Environment & Climate Change (EC2) Program. Catalina López-Sagástegui will continue in her role as … Read more

High School Students Help in Scientific Study

California State University, Northridge (CSUN) professor Dr. Peter Edmunds and his graduate students have been working with Campbell Hall high school students for the past several years to bring a meaningful, real-world scientific project to the classroom. This collaboration has resulted in new findings that have concerning implications for mustard hill coral on the coast … Read more

Rare Brain Damaged Patient May Settle Controversy Over Fish Pain

Taylor & Francis announces that a multidisciplinary team has published a paper in the journal Philosophical Psychology that may help settle the ongoing debate over fish pain. Following the discovery of pain receptors (nociceptors) in fish in the early 21st century, scientists followed up with behavioral experiments that seemed to show that fish feel pain. However, … Read more

Intelligent Lure ‘smartLure Model Zero’ Unlocks Secrets of Fishing by Processing Big Data of Lure Actions and Environmental Factors

smartLure Corp. announced today that the company has developed the world’s first* intelligent lure, “smartLure Model Zero”, which collects data on its actions and environmental factors while it is in the water and transfers the data to smartphone for processing. This enables anglers to obtain accurate information on the underwater environment that could not be … Read more