Michael A. Pulick and Deb Oler from Grainger U.S. answer questions about the trend towards consolidation and the manufacturer-supplier relationship.
A series of dams, built in the early 1960’s, created a dynamic resource for hydropower, but the fish passage system built into the design proved unsuccessful.
In the majority of patients, existing therapies for neuropathic pain are far from effective. Furthermore, all current treatments are symptomatic rather than disease-modifying or curative. A range of therapeutic modalities is emerging, targeting a variety of mechanisms, but...
Clinical pharmacology in research, teaching and health care: Considerations by IUPHAR, the International Union of Basic and Clinical Pharmacology.October 16, 2010 8:38 pm | by Basic Clin Pharmacol Toxicol | Comments
Through a life cycle study of PLA packaging, Stonyfield Farm Inc. found that it is a better option than polystyrene, in terms of energy use, greenhouse gas emissions and human health.
The 2.5 megawatt plant will turn manure into gas to produce electricity and keep the waste from being spread as fertilizer on farm land, where it can run off into waterways.
Cynthia Sarthou of the Gulf Restoration Network says the oil industry should never again be allowed to dump hundreds of thousands of gallons of dispersant into the sea as a preferred method of response to an oil spill.
Mantra’s electroreduction of carbon dioxide technology combines captured CO2 with water to produce high value materials, including formic acid, formate salts, oxalic acid and methanol.
Chem.Info speaks with industry experts about how tax cuts for capital equipment and lending measures will affect the processing industry.
Continuous improvement requires continuously delving deeply into all processes.
The two biggest obstacles to measuring viscous fluids flow—viscosity and flow profile—are now well understood and solutions to their challenges have been developed.
The first biogas cogeneration plant in the Ukraine, which is powered by 4,000 cows and a GE Jenbacher gas engine, recently completed nine months of successful operation.
Will gluten-free products continue to be a fixture in the food industry, or will it be just a small blip on the food radar?
4-Hydroxy-2-nonenal induces mitochondrial dysfunction and aberrant axonal outgrowth in adult sensory neurons that mimics features of diabetic neuropathy.October 12, 2010 5:38 am | by Neurotox Res | Comments
Modification of proteins by 4-hydroxy-2-nonenal (4-HNE) has been proposed to cause neurotoxicity in a number of neurodegenerative diseases, including distal axonopathy in diabetic sensory neuropathy. We tested the hypothesis that exposure of cultured adult rat sensory neurons...