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Just Got Fooled Again

Well hoo-ray for The Who, always singing how they won’t get fooled again—but I did. After all this time I’ve spent in CancerLand, and all this time I’ve spent being a Curmudgeon and skeptic (that would be my whole life), one would think this ol’ Cancer Curmudgeon would not get suckered into a Breast Cancer Awareness marketing trap. 1,445 more words

Breast Cancer

The Dangers of Beirut

Everywhere I turn, every time I step out of my apartment, I am assailed. I can’t escape. How will I ever survive living in this city? 380 more words

Disability by Race Continued

In light of my largely failed literature review to explain the differences in race and ethnicity between the disabled and general populations, I’ve got a chart breaking down the non-institutionalized population by race and age. 55 more words

American Chemical Society announces intention to establish “ChemRxiv” preprint server to promote early research sharing

WASHINGTON, Aug. 10, 2016 — The American Chemical Society (ACS) today announced its intention to form ChemRxiv, a chemistry preprint server for the global chemistry community, proposed as a collaborative undertaking that will facilitate the open dissemination of important scientific findings. 553 more words

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Reaction Time: Q&A with Jim Abbott, Market Manager, Julabo USA, Inc.

Not too long ago, while attending the PITTCON show in Atlanta, Georgia, we came across a unique and eye-catching exhibitor system – a special reactor manufactured by Julabo USA, Inc. 620 more words

Laboratory Pumps And Systems

A Guide To Hearing Protection

In many cases the use of hearing protection is essential for protecting yourself from loud and potentially dangerous noise, but there are many different types of hearing protection available for many different scenarios. 1,319 more words


Relay For Life 2016, or What Happened when I Wasn't In Jail

August 16, 2016 v3 p45

The day is starting off a little on the damp side.  At 10 a.m. we’re finishing loading up to head out.   1,464 more words