The next software revolution: programming biological cells | Sara-Jane Dunn

The second half of the last century was completely defined by a technological revolution: the software revolution. The ability to program electrons on a material called silicon made possible technologies, companies and industries that were at one point unimaginable to many of us, but which have now fundamentally changed the way the world works. The […]

A Radioactive Chat with Robert Peter Gale

Ok so, here we are with doctor Robert Peter Gale who was on the faculty of UCLA, and he is currently on the Medical Staff and is Visiting Professor of Haematology at the Imperial College London. He is on the editorial boards of several scientific journals including Lancet, Annals of Internal Medicine, Journal of Clinical […]

Resident Voices: Health and financial benefits of energy efficiency at Crossroad Gardens Apartments

Mercy Housing really helps residents to feel comfortable and supported in their housing. This is the mission of what we’re trying to do, transforming the community and making people feel safe and set the standard of what housing should look like. I practically know everybody at this property by name. I take pride in my […]

Huge Moringa Tree | South Tampa, Florida

Hey, welcome to Numa Nursery, so I wanted to share with you this story back in 2016 when I first started attending the farmers market and Nancy happened to come up to the booth. She’s like, what do you what do you have here? and I just had a few little glass jars of capsules […]

Medical uses of nuclear technologies

In Canada the regulation of nuclear energy and substances is done by the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission. We work to protect your health, safety, and the environment. One of the many fields that uses nuclear technology is medicine. This technology has been a part of our health care system since the nineteen-fifties hospitals use substances […]

What Causes Sickle Cell…and How Are We Treating It?

Sickle cell disease is a group of inherited blood disorders. In fact, it’s the most commonly inherited blood disorder in the world affecting millions of people worldwide. Once upon a time Sickle Cell was almost impossible to live with but today, we know a lot more about it and it turns out, something as simple […]

A young scientist’s quest for clean water | Deepika Kurup

Every summer, my family and I travel across the world, 3,000 miles away to the culturally diverse country of India. Now, India is a country infamous for its scorching heat and humidity. For me, the only relief from this heat is to drink plenty of water. Now, while in India, my parents always remind me […]

Trump Announces Dan Brouillette As The Next Energy Secretary Nominee | Velshi & Ruhle | MSNBC

#ExploringEvonik: Powerful Berries | Evonik

Hi. I’m in Norway, surrounded by the most beautiful nature. And in Scandinavia lots of bilberries grow. Today I’d like to introduce you to someone who really has a crush on those little berries. Sjur, you really do love those berries, don’t you? Yes, they are fantastic. Actually it started 30 years ago at the […]

Turning Animal Waste in Energy in Viet Nam

Its mid-morning in Sóc Sơn District, an hour’s drive north of Hanoi. A team of technicians is setting up a new system for a family to cook their food and heat water. It uses a special fuel made from animal waste known as biogas. This is just one of tens of thousands of biogas units […]