How Dow Chemical Is Turning Sewage Into a Refreshing Drink
Inside the technology that cuts the crap from water.
Soil Chapter-Soils as Sponges: How Much Water does Soil Hold?
Students determine the moisture content of a sponge after squeezing the water out of the sponge, and allowing water to evaporate from the sponge. Students also measure the amount of water that has evaporated from the soil samples. This learning resource is part of the Soils chapter of the GLOBE Teacher's Guide, and is supported by the GLOBE soils protocols. GLOBE (Global Learning and Observation to Benefit the Environment) is a worldwide, hands-on, K-12 school-based science education program.
Advice: Ice or Heat for Injury?
As an orthopaedic surgeon and sports medicine specialist, Dr. Bradley Dunlap, MD, is asked almost every day: “Should I use heat or...
LOGISTICS: Trucking industry assessing impact from I-10 washout
Trucking companies say the I-10 collapse near Desert Center could have broad effects on trade and the delivery of goods in the West. As for the cost that miles worth of detours will have on commerc…
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No Shovel Needed: Special Concrete Could Melt Mounds of Snow
Researchers have hit on a formula that electrifies pavement and could ease recovery from big storms.
Why MERS is Not the New SARS
Middle East respiratory syndrome (MERS) has some important differences from severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS).
Learn About Antibody Production at Jackson ImmunoResearch Laboratories Inc
SelectScience® spoke to Mary Kay Phillips, Vice President of Scientific Affairs and Dave Fancy, Chief Operations Officer at Jackson ImmunoResearch Laboratories, Inc., about antibody manufacturing at Jackson and their predictions for future applications and developments in antibody commercialization.
Study hints antibody drug may cut COVID-19 hospitalizations
A drug company says that partial results from a study testing an antibody drug give hints that it may help mild to moderately ill COVID-19 patients from needing to be hospitalized, a goal no current coronavirus medicine has been able to meet. Eli Lilly announced the results Wednesday in a press release, but they have not been published or reviewed by independent scientists.
How Good Is Your Best Friend? A.K.A. Have You Validated Your Antibody?
You use your antibody frequently, maybe even every day. You rely on it for western blotting, immunohistochemistry, FACS, ELISA, and immunoprecipitation. You’d be lost without it. But how well do you really know your antibody? Are you sure that it detects what you believe it to detect? If you have the slightest doubt, or if you have…
How much antibody should I use in Chromatin Immunoprecipitation (ChIP) assays?
More antibody isn't always better! See how the amount of antibody used can affect your Chromatin Immunoprecipitation (ChIP) results and signal-to-noise, and ...
Pharmaceutical giant Eli Lilly’s late-stage clinical trial of its leading antibody treatment for the novel coronavirus was paused Tuesday by U.S. health officials due to a “potential safety concern.”
COVID-19 kills 10 more in York County
The county's case total also hit 27,663, an increase of 388 cases over the day prior.
What are Antinuclear Antibodies?
Antinuclear antibodies (ANA) are autoantibodies directed against the nuclei of some of one’s own body cells. They are present in the blood in persons with certain autoimmune disorders.
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COVID 19: Resources To Help Parents Teach At Home
A Short List of Companies and Resources To Help Parents and Caregivers Guide Learning Until Schools Are Back In Session
How You Can Help NJ Charities During COVID-19
Let’s face it—the COVID-19 crisis has everyone experiencing hard times. But that’s especially true for local charities that have had to cancel fundraising events and put a pause on their steady supply of donations and volunteers. With quarantine mandates and social distancing, it’s easy to feel helpless when you’re also trying to navigate what’s right for your own family. So while we know there’s so much…
5 Ways the COVID-19 Pandemic Will Be Different in 2021
Look for innovations in coronavirus management, testing and vaccinations next year. Plus: From masks to distancing, what we will still need to do.
Loyola researchers discover Zika antibodies
CHICAGO -- Researchers from Chicago’s Loyola University Medical Center may have come up with a way to fight the Zika virus. Researchers found antibodies to fight the life altering virus. They said the antibodies can be used to both detect and treat the mosquito-borne disease. When pregnant women are infected with Zika it causes birth defects and potentially deadly complications for their unborn child.
SARS and MERS: What’s Next?
It may be difficult to remember now, but when SARS was first recognized in February 2003, people were scared. This heretofore unknown disease was killing people—nearly 10 percent of those infected with what came to be recognized as the SARS-associated coronavirus. Before the end of the year, cases were reported in 29 countries.