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For gaining entrance in coveted fields in a reputed University, the entrance examinations are the gateway. The purpose of these entrance examinations is to test the potential of a candidate and

By: Sarkariexam l Reference & Education > Science l Dec 18, 2012

If you are looking for the top sonography schools in the United States, then you should put these on your list of schools that you are going to apply to. These sonography schools have been evaluated

By: Sheila M Neumann l Reference & Education > Science l Apr 23, 2012

For most high school students health class is just another filler in their schedule where they can get an easy grade for showing up. This is because many teachers stick with a very "by the book"

By: Jill Nealon l Reference & Education > Science l Apr 22, 2012
Mike Walley

Scientists from the United Kingdom have been studying the feeding habits of extant birds in a bid to help unravel how the Pterosaurs fed. Palaeontologists believe that many types of flying reptile

By: Mike Walley l Reference & Education > Science l Apr 22, 2012

Microscopes are indispensable in laboratory rooms. With high quality microscopes, you can perform a range of diagnostic procedures; you need to choose the best based on your requirement and budget.

By: Jeremy Linder l Reference & Education > Science l Apr 22, 2012
Mike Walley

A team of scientists based in Switzerland have used computer models comparing how dinosaurs grew from a hatchling into an adult with the growth rate of mammals to suggest that the dependence on

By: Mike Walley l Reference & Education > Science l Apr 22, 2012
Mike Walley

Dinosaur model fans have an increasing array of Chinese dinosaurs to try to make replicas of. This part of the world has become a focus in recent years for palaeontologists as they unearth a number

By: Mike Walley l Reference & Education > Science l Apr 22, 2012
John A Bauer

There are various types of labs within our schools, and when using sensitive or pathogen borne materials, Disposable Gloves are necessary. All schools using these kind of materials should be aware of

By: John A Bauer l Reference & Education > Science l Apr 21, 2012

Rhodium is a chemical element that many of us encounter every day without knowing it. What exactly is rhodium and what is it used for? This article serves as an introduction to this expensive yet

By: John I Williams l Reference & Education > Science l Apr 21, 2012

The Universe, according to modern cosmology, began with the Big Bang some 13.7 billion years ago. At that point in time and space, all matter and energy emerged and via various physical and chemical

By: John Prytz l Reference & Education > Science l Apr 21, 2012
Mike Walley

A number of newspapers, journals and other media have featured a story over the last few days concerning the discovery of what are believed to be the largest dinosaur eggs ever discovered. Those

By: Mike Walley l Reference & Education > Science l Apr 20, 2012
Nick B Lang

Once might say that Sci-Fi writers are prophets of the science community. Let's take a look at some of the things that were only a thought on pages now exist today. 1.

By: Nick B Lang l Reference & Education > Science l Apr 18, 2012
Mike Walley

Very occasionally scientists discover a number of dinosaur fossils together, these can represent an accumulation of bodies, perhaps swept away in a flood event or a catastrophe suffered by a group of

By: Mike Walley l Reference & Education > Science l Apr 17, 2012
Mike Walley

Greece may have its economic woes but it does have a rich geology and palaeontologists have discovered the remains of a number of prehistoric animals including the tusks of a giant prehistoric

By: Mike Walley l Reference & Education > Science l Apr 17, 2012
Mike Walley

Chinese and German scientists have announced that they have found the fossilised remains of a huge dinosaur in north-western China. The discovery of partially articulated fossilised bones of the

By: Mike Walley l Reference & Education > Science l Apr 17, 2012

Copper sulphate is also known as cupric sulfate, blue vitriol and bluestone. It is one of the most widely used copper salts. The versatile chemical has a wide range of industrial and agricultural

By: Emma Heuton l Reference & Education > Science l Apr 16, 2012

Imagine one was to go back in time to kill one's grandfather (Or grandmother). This results in one of the most well known paradoxes of time travel: that of ceasing to exist with the death of a

By: Ryan H Kwon l Reference & Education > Science l Apr 16, 2012
Mike Walley

In the light of the success of the Crystal Palace dinosaur models that were erected in London as part of the great 1851 exhibition, a number of American businessmen attempted to create America's

By: Mike Walley l Reference & Education > Science l Apr 14, 2012
Mike Walley

The first ever large scale dinosaur models erected in the mid 19th Century have had their future secured as they have been granted grade one listed status by the government of the United Kingdom. The

By: Mike Walley l Reference & Education > Science l Apr 14, 2012
Mike Walley

The extinction of the dinosaurs which occurred approximately sixty-five million years ago is just one of a number of mass extinction events that can be traced in the fossil record. The most

By: Mike Walley l Reference & Education > Science l Apr 14, 2012
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For gaining entrance in coveted fields in a reputed University, the entrance examinations are the gateway. The purpose of these entrance examinations is to test the potential of a candidate and

By: Sarkariexam l Reference & Education > Science l Dec 18, 2012 lViews: 100 lComments: 0
John A Bauer

There are various types of labs within our schools, and when using sensitive or pathogen borne materials, Disposable Gloves are necessary. All schools using these kind of materials should be aware of

By: John A Bauer l Reference & Education > Science l Apr 21, 2012 lViews: 96 lComments: 0
Barbara Mascareno

Science can be a fun practice for any enthusiastic student. But if science students lack the knowledge to gather data in a proper way, it compromises the precision, accuracy, validity and reliability

By: Barbara Mascareno l Reference & Education > Science l Apr 13, 2012 lViews: 92 lComments: 0

Organic matter is abundantly present in the soils and sediments of natural water bodies around the world. They consist of an array of organic elements such as simple carbohydrates and sugars as well

By: Alex R Tudor l Reference & Education > Science l Feb 22, 2012 lViews: 86 lComments: 0

Copper sulphate is also known as cupric sulfate, blue vitriol and bluestone. It is one of the most widely used copper salts. The versatile chemical has a wide range of industrial and agricultural

By: Emma Heuton l Reference & Education > Science l Apr 16, 2012 lViews: 81 lComments: 0

If you are looking for the top sonography schools in the United States, then you should put these on your list of schools that you are going to apply to. These sonography schools have been evaluated

By: Sheila M Neumann l Reference & Education > Science l Apr 23, 2012 lViews: 78 lComments: 0
Reda E Abouleish

Last weekend I went furniture shopping with one of my friends. We went to a wide array of stores. The furniture exhibited on the floor varied from antique, over-sized pieces to clean, modern looks. I

By: Reda E Abouleish l Reference & Education > Science l Feb 23, 2012 lViews: 63 lComments: 0
George W Gardner

The Pentagram is portrayed by movies and books as a symbol that proves that vampires and friends of the devil are at work. Most people are conditioned to believe that the pentagram is synonymous with

By: George W Gardner l Reference & Education > Science l Feb 16, 2012 lViews: 62 lComments: 0

Rhodium is a chemical element that many of us encounter every day without knowing it. What exactly is rhodium and what is it used for? This article serves as an introduction to this expensive yet

By: John I Williams l Reference & Education > Science l Apr 21, 2012 lViews: 61 lComments: 0
Mike Walley

Greece may have its economic woes but it does have a rich geology and palaeontologists have discovered the remains of a number of prehistoric animals including the tusks of a giant prehistoric

By: Mike Walley l Reference & Education > Science l Apr 17, 2012 lViews: 60 lComments: 0
Mike Walley

In the light of the success of the Crystal Palace dinosaur models that were erected in London as part of the great 1851 exhibition, a number of American businessmen attempted to create America's

By: Mike Walley l Reference & Education > Science l Apr 14, 2012 lViews: 58 lComments: 0
Mike Walley

Dinosaur model fans have an increasing array of Chinese dinosaurs to try to make replicas of. This part of the world has become a focus in recent years for palaeontologists as they unearth a number

By: Mike Walley l Reference & Education > Science l Apr 22, 2012 lViews: 58 lComments: 0

The Universe, according to modern cosmology, began with the Big Bang some 13.7 billion years ago. At that point in time and space, all matter and energy emerged and via various physical and chemical

By: John Prytz l Reference & Education > Science l Apr 21, 2012 lViews: 56 lComments: 0
Mike Walley

Scientists from the United Kingdom have been studying the feeding habits of extant birds in a bid to help unravel how the Pterosaurs fed. Palaeontologists believe that many types of flying reptile

By: Mike Walley l Reference & Education > Science l Apr 22, 2012 lViews: 56 lComments: 0
Mike Walley

Very occasionally scientists discover a number of dinosaur fossils together, these can represent an accumulation of bodies, perhaps swept away in a flood event or a catastrophe suffered by a group of

By: Mike Walley l Reference & Education > Science l Apr 17, 2012 lViews: 52 lComments: 0

For most high school students health class is just another filler in their schedule where they can get an easy grade for showing up. This is because many teachers stick with a very "by the book"

By: Jill Nealon l Reference & Education > Science l Apr 22, 2012 lViews: 50 lComments: 0
Mike Walley

A team of scientists based in Switzerland have used computer models comparing how dinosaurs grew from a hatchling into an adult with the growth rate of mammals to suggest that the dependence on

By: Mike Walley l Reference & Education > Science l Apr 22, 2012 lViews: 50 lComments: 0

When a person is exposed to radioactive energy being emitted by radioactive material then it is known as radioactive radiation exposure. A very common example of such exposure to radiation is X-ray

By: Emma L l Reference & Education > Science l Feb 23, 2012 lViews: 49 lComments: 0
Mike Walley

A number of newspapers, journals and other media have featured a story over the last few days concerning the discovery of what are believed to be the largest dinosaur eggs ever discovered. Those

By: Mike Walley l Reference & Education > Science l Apr 20, 2012 lViews: 49 lComments: 0

Microscopes are indispensable in laboratory rooms. With high quality microscopes, you can perform a range of diagnostic procedures; you need to choose the best based on your requirement and budget.

By: Jeremy Linder l Reference & Education > Science l Apr 22, 2012 lViews: 48 lComments: 0
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When a person is exposed to radioactive energy being emitted by radioactive material then it is known as radioactive radiation exposure. A very common example of such exposure to radiation is X-ray

By: Emma L l Reference & Education > Science l Feb 23, 2012 lViews: 49 lComments: 0
Reda E Abouleish

Last weekend I went furniture shopping with one of my friends. We went to a wide array of stores. The furniture exhibited on the floor varied from antique, over-sized pieces to clean, modern looks. I

By: Reda E Abouleish l Reference & Education > Science l Feb 23, 2012 lViews: 63 lComments: 0

Organic matter is abundantly present in the soils and sediments of natural water bodies around the world. They consist of an array of organic elements such as simple carbohydrates and sugars as well

By: Alex R Tudor l Reference & Education > Science l Feb 22, 2012 lViews: 86 lComments: 0

If you have ever wondered what is Radioactivity and could not find the answer then you have come to the right place. Radioactivity is a very interesting phenomenon that occurs in nature as well as in

By: Emma L l Reference & Education > Science l Feb 23, 2012 lViews: 41 lComments: 0

Hydrochloric acid is also known as muriatic acid and spirits of salt. The compound is prepared on a large-scale by dissolving hydrogen chloride into water.

By: Emma Heuton l Reference & Education > Science l Feb 27, 2012 lViews: 46 lComments: 0

Making study of geographical aspects easy and user-friendly. The models designed are accurate replicas of the real geographical conditions.

By: Andru Simonds l Reference & Education > Science l Feb 22, 2012 lViews: 38 lComments: 0
Jessica Gomez

Micro devices called MEMS can be used as sensors, valves, gears, mirrors, actuators, and more. From automotive and medical applications, to temperature control, safety and transportation uses, MEMS

By: Jessica Gomez l Reference & Education > Science l Feb 23, 2012 lViews: 34 lComments: 0
George W Gardner

The Pentagram is portrayed by movies and books as a symbol that proves that vampires and friends of the devil are at work. Most people are conditioned to believe that the pentagram is synonymous with

By: George W Gardner l Reference & Education > Science l Feb 16, 2012 lViews: 62 lComments: 0

All things must pass - this is true, the question is when (George Harrison) Our universe, matter, atoms, quarks, neutrinos and also biological systems like us, meaning our cells, are subject to a

By: Eberhard Guenter Butz l Reference & Education > Science l Feb 13, 2012 lViews: 37 lComments: 0

Teaching science to your kids can be fun and interesting. Find out how to turn everyday activities into great learning opportunities.

By: Roberta Cahn l Reference & Education > Science l Feb 15, 2012 lViews: 27 lComments: 0

  Traveling through time, typically with the intent of changing past and future events, has fascinated mankind for many years. It has been the subject of numerous books, TV shows, and movies.

By: Paul Claybrook l Reference & Education > Science l Feb 16, 2012 lViews: 46 lComments: 0
Mike Walley

Very occasionally scientists discover a number of dinosaur fossils together, these can represent an accumulation of bodies, perhaps swept away in a flood event or a catastrophe suffered by a group of

By: Mike Walley l Reference & Education > Science l Apr 17, 2012 lViews: 52 lComments: 0

Proper peptide handling and solubilization is the starting point of a successful bioassay project, and we believe this handling guideline will help you dissolve your peptides properly. On CoA along

By: Greg Slaa l Reference & Education > Science l Apr 10, 2012 lViews: 30 lComments: 0
Mike Walley

Greece may have its economic woes but it does have a rich geology and palaeontologists have discovered the remains of a number of prehistoric animals including the tusks of a giant prehistoric

By: Mike Walley l Reference & Education > Science l Apr 17, 2012 lViews: 60 lComments: 0

Copper sulphate is also known as cupric sulfate, blue vitriol and bluestone. It is one of the most widely used copper salts. The versatile chemical has a wide range of industrial and agricultural

By: Emma Heuton l Reference & Education > Science l Apr 16, 2012 lViews: 81 lComments: 0
Mike Walley

Chinese and German scientists have announced that they have found the fossilised remains of a huge dinosaur in north-western China. The discovery of partially articulated fossilised bones of the

By: Mike Walley l Reference & Education > Science l Apr 17, 2012 lViews: 37 lComments: 0
Mike Walley

In the light of the success of the Crystal Palace dinosaur models that were erected in London as part of the great 1851 exhibition, a number of American businessmen attempted to create America's

By: Mike Walley l Reference & Education > Science l Apr 14, 2012 lViews: 58 lComments: 0
Mike Walley

The first ever large scale dinosaur models erected in the mid 19th Century have had their future secured as they have been granted grade one listed status by the government of the United Kingdom. The

By: Mike Walley l Reference & Education > Science l Apr 14, 2012 lViews: 45 lComments: 0
Mike Walley

The extinction of the dinosaurs which occurred approximately sixty-five million years ago is just one of a number of mass extinction events that can be traced in the fossil record. The most

By: Mike Walley l Reference & Education > Science l Apr 14, 2012 lViews: 43 lComments: 0
Mike Walley

An article published in a women's magazine caught our attention the other day, it lamented on the extinction of a lot of large mammal species. The article compared the extinction of big cats today

By: Mike Walley l Reference & Education > Science l Apr 14, 2012 lViews: 42 lComments: 0
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