The Monster Lurking Beneath Our Feet
Infographic May 08, 2018
Increasing pressures of a growing population and changing toilet and kitchen habits are taking their toll on our sewer system. Currently it is estimated that drain clearance costs the UK £80 million a year.
Now a supersized fatberg, estimated to be a record breaking 750 meters long, is being removed from under Central London and scientists are getting stuck in to reveal just what is clogging up our drains.
Download this infographic to learn:
- What makes a fatberg
- The surprising results of chemical and drug analyses
- Why it’s a bacterial problem in the making
Air Quality MonitoringInfographic
The quality of the air we breathe is of concern to many, as are the negative impacts that pollutants can have on health in the short term and the lasting effects. Many of us have the potential to come into contact with air contaminants in our day to day lives, so it is vital that efficient monitoring measures are in place to keep us from harm.READ MORE
Discovery vs Targeted ProteomicsInfographic
Currently, modern proteomics research using Mass Spectrometry (MS) is split between discovery and targeted assays. This infographic includes workflows for the two techniques and will examine the advantages and disadvantages of each method. Finally, common applications of each technology will be explored, and we will look to a future where the division between targeted and discovery methods might not even be required.
How Europe Monitors Pesticide Residues In FoodInfographic
Crops that have been treated with pesticides may contain chemical residues. To ensure that pesticides are used correctly and their residues do not pose a risk to consumers, legal limits are set in EU legislation. This infographic describes how pesticide residues are monitored in Europe.READ MORE
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