Tag: research

How AFM Products Are Shaping Our Future

Scanning tunnelling microscopy (STP) is often considered ‘the ancestor’ of atomic force microscopy. It was invented by scientists at IBM Zurich, who were then awarded a Nobel Prize in physics some years later. Advancements in this original technology…

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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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Is More Climate Science Needed From NASA?

NASA has one of the largest budgets in the world for climate science, but why? Why is NASA which stands for National Aeronautics and Space Administration, and nothing in that title would lead us to believe that its…

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5 Questions to Ask Before Believing ALL You Read About Neuroscience

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Neuroscience currently seems to be everywhere; every time you switch on the TV, in every newspaper article and, no doubt, somebody mentioned it in the canteen at work today. The business world, originally a little slow in recognizing…

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