Laboratory Equipment for Schools, Colleges, Hospitals, Vocational Centers & Research Institutes

Providing ‘state-of-the-art’ Laboratory infrastructure to each student should be one of the focus areas for every school, college and institute. Since the late 19th century it is a well established fact that labs play a critical role in…

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Why Sound Has Different Speeds in Different Media

Have you ever questioned why sound has different speeds in different media? First of all, speed is basically how fast an object is moving and the rate at which an object covers distance. Sound is a mechanical wave…

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ICH Guidelines for Pharmaceuticals

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Since the birth of the ICH (International Council for Harmonisation of Technical Requirements in Pharmaceuticals for Human Use) in 1990, the organization has been the main body regulating guidelines for medicines produced on a global scale to guarantee…

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Performance Qualification (PQ)

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Pharmaceutical companies are on the rise today. The industry is booming with high ratios of dependency of the patient. The agenda of these companies is to prepare a medical drug to either use or sell it through appropriate…

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How to Find the Right AFM for Image Processing

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Image processing has widened the scientific scope dramatically since its creation, and can now be used to assess live tissue, single cells and molecules and for bio-chemical analysis. This is understandably having a huge impact on both modern…

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Understanding Sound

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Hearing is one of the most important senses of the human body. We use it everyday in our daily lives, and we hear as much or more than we see, feel, taste, and smell. What do we exactly…

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R-1 NIH Grants Should Require 10 One Hour Podcast Lectures By The Principal Investigator

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The National Institutes of Health (NIH) require that all research papers written by the principal investigator that have to do with data acquired by a research grant be made public through the WebMD portal website. This rule also…

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Sound in Space

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Similar to how light or heat travels, sound travels in waves. What we call “sound” are actually vibrations in the air. In empty space, there is no air, which means that no sound can be produced. Light waves…

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Good Documentation Practices in Pharmaceuticals

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In the modern day of technology, pharmaceuticals and other healthcare organization are able to exercise good documentation practices. This can be either in electronic systems or in printed form. These are the acceptable high standards through which documents…

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Acharya Kanad – Conceptualized the Idea of Atomic Theory 2,500 Years Ago

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We all know that the Atomic Theory was developed by an English chemist and physicist John Dalton. The Atomic Theory is a scientific theory of the nature of matter, which states that matter is composed of discrete units…

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