Wednesday, June 19, 2013
Submit a News Story
Lens-Free Triple Quadrupole MS and Ion Transfer Efficiency at Interfaces for Environmental Monitoring
Published: Monday, March 19, 2012
Last Updated: Monday, March 19, 2012
Following a realisation of the long term effects of waste disposal, environmental analysis has become embedded as one of the most important aspects of modern analytical chemistry.
Full access to this article is for registered users only.
is free-of-charge and allows access to all content on our web communities.
Already registered? Then please log in at the top of the page.
Top Honours for University’s Environmental Efforts
The University of Bristol’s efforts to be environmentally friendly and ethical are first class, according to a new league table.
NIH, ONC, and EPA Award $100,000 to Winner of Health and Technology Challenge
Winning technology creates a personal, portable, and wearable air pollution sensor, developed under the My Air, My Health Challenge.
Aligning Energy Technologies and Climate Change Goals
The cost and performance of future energy technologies will largely determine to what degree nations are able to reduce the effects of climate change.
Is Enough Being Done to Make Drinking Water Safe?
Arsenic in water is threatening the lives of several hundred million people.
California, Nations Must Act Now on Environment
Gov. Jerry Brown highlights areas to be addressed to avoid further harm to the Earth’s ecosystem.
Study Suggests Dairy Herd Water Quality Linked to Milk Production
A recently completed study of water supplies on Pennsylvania dairy farms found that about a quarter of those tested had at least one water-quality issue.
Environmental Law Institute Recognizes Penn State Wetlands Scientist
Robert P. Brooks, a wetlands scientist at Penn State, has received the 2013 National Wetlands Award for Science Research.
Low-Grade Cotton Brings Top Value in Oil Spill Cleanup
Ecologically friendly discovery is joint effort between Texas Tech University, Cotton Incorporated.
Global Warming Continues; Most Extreme Projections ‘Less Likely’
Observations of the climate system’s response to rising greenhouse gas levels are consistent with conventional estimates of the long-term ‘climate sensitivity’, despite a “warming pause” over the past decade.
Methane Levels Studied Across States
A UC Santa Barbara scientist has found that methane emissions across large parts of the U.S. are higher than currently known.
Advertise On This Site
Terms & Conditions
©2013 Technology Networks
, all rights reserved.