NBC News' Andrea Canning invites a team of scientists into her home to evaluate common household items like soaps and canned foods to determine which products may contain hormone disruptors. Though FDA has labeled these chemicals safe in small quantities, some scientists aren't so sure.
A Minnesota non-profit helps small minority-owned businesses get off the ground. KARE's Boua Xiong reports.
Independent oil companies have set their sights on northern Iraq for oil prospecting — a decade after the collapse of Saddam's regime.
Thermal imaging from FLIR infrared cameras offers solutions for troubleshooting and maintaining industrial equipment.
The exclusive design of this latching lid gives users a quick release and then locks down tight to seal the drum and comply with regulations.
SMP models are designed for the processing of pipes and profiles. The self-feeding machines feature a horizontal hopper.
Graphene is being touted as the next 'it' material, and companies like Vorbeck Materials hope it can help cut lithium battery weight and recharge times.
Franklin Miller pioneered the in-line sludge disintegrator nearly 30 years ago. The company offers a line of wastewater comminutors, sludge grinders and screens.
Motion Industries' Motion Institute delivers instructions on installing a remote relieve valve on a pilot operated relief in a hydraulic system. Please visit www.mihow2.com for more instructional videos on various industrial solutions.
Buckhorn offers a wide range of intermediate bulk containers (IBCs) for safe, sound and secure liquid material handling.
Can a liquid climb upwards? Kari Byron pairs a liquid with a drill to demonstrate the Weissenberg effect.
In this video, Ray Rex, President of Hammond's HALOX Division, and Gerry Kaoukis, Hammond's IT Director, discuss their formula for reducing IT costs by 39%, reducing document management costs by 80%, improving service levels, increasing cross sell opportunities, and empowering their customers.
The Obama Administration is expected to decide the fate of the pipeline project in 2013, and the debate between protestors and TransCanada continues.
Pepperl+Fuchs' Mobile Exhibit is a traveling roadshow that brings industrial sensors and sensing technology directly to the customer.