Precision SL Hydrogen Generator
Peak Scientific's Precision SL is the smallest hydrogen generator for GC-FID. The Precision SL line has been designed to offer a streamlined laboratory-grade hydrogen gas solution for GC flame detectors at a purity of 99.9995%, available in both 100 and 200cc/min. Precision is safe, simple to use, easy to maintain and takes up minimal bench space.
Potential Therapeutic Uses of Cannabinoids With Professor Roger Pertwee
Much of what we know about the cannabis plant and its effects on the human body has only been formally discovered in the past 60 years. A good deal of these pioneering investigations have involved today's Teach Me in 10 guest: Roger Pertwee, an emeritus professor at the University of Aberdeen.
The Strange Chemistry Behind Why You Get Sick on Planes
The compound ozone, a known respiratory irritant, exists in high concentrations at flight altitudes, making the “fresh air” sucked in by air conditioners at those heights, well, not so fresh. In fact ozone exposure may be responsible for many of the short-term discomforts we associate with air travel.
Results in Seconds: Analysis of Ground Meat Samples Using NIR
In this 1-minute video, see the entire process for measuring analytes, such as protein, fat and moisture, in raw, processed and finished meat products using an NIR system.
Are Food Calories Bulloney?
Did you know that a calorie label only has to be accurate within twenty percent? It’s a wide margin, but it exists for a reason: calories are complicated.
What Is Pint of Science? With Praveen Paul
Pint of Science is a non-profit organized entirely by a grass-roots community of thousands of scientists across the world. Join this Teach Me in 10 session to hear Praveen Paul, the co-founder of Pint of Science, discuss how the festival was born and where she plans on taking it next.
Meet the Isotope Hunters at Eurofins (Nantes)
The Isotope Hunters at Eurofins (Nantes) investigate, also with isotopes, on food authenticity, to ensure consumer trust and fairer market competition. No matter the samples, wine, juice, honey, they are looking to identify adulteration and fraud in food and beverage.
White Matter in Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia With Tom Veale
We're back with another Teach Me in 10 episode. This installment of Teach Me in 10 features Tom Veale, a PhD student at the Dementia Research Centre at the University College of London. In this episode of Teach Me in 10, Veale talks broadly about dementia and Alzheimer's disease, the brain changes that occur and white matter's involvement in Alzheimer's disease.
Whatever happened to acid rain? - Joseph Goffman
Discover what causes acid rain, and how scientists were able to largely eliminate this major environmental threat.
The Laboratory for Radical Science With Professor Oded Rechavi
The tagline for the Rechavi lab at Tel Aviv University, Israel, is "The Laboratory for Radical Science", and in this Teach Me in 10 installment, you will find out why.
Colorful, Magnetic Janus Balls Could Help Foil Counterfeiters
Anti-counterfeiting tags to help identify knockoffs of popular handbags, shoes and other items are in high demand. Now, researchers reporting in ACS Nano have developed tiny, two-sided “Janus balls” that show their colored side under a magnetic field. ACS’ Headline Science shows how these microparticles could help foil counterfeiters.