Archive for May, 2014


Making business students science-savvy.

Now let’s get our science students business-savvy!

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Paul Knoepfler

via Researcher Behind Stem Cell Controversy Agrees to Retraction | Science/AAAS | News.

I totally agree Dr. Knoepfler!!   

A simple laser blast could help grow your teeth back Science Alert.

Coming to a dental office near you!

Antibacterial soap banned for the first time Science Alert.

Finally, 49 more to go! May be now Canada and other countries will take notice of this marketing ploy!

Sifter | Science/AAAS | News.

Why You Should Trust Your Doctor, Not Wikipedia

Sound food for thought!

First Edible Cricket Farm Opens for Business | Science/AAAS | News.

Get ready for McCricket’s. Fast (very fast) food at a reasonable price.  Enjoy.

Sifter | Science/AAAS | News.

It’s Monday morning, not as busy as most and so I have too much time on my hands and came across this gem in Science: “Should We Make Test Tube Meat Factories?” They’re a little pricey at $240 a pound, but then again it is the BBQ season. Bon appetite, lol!

Carnegie Mellon Researchers Use Autonomous Airboats To Monitor Hippo Dung in Kenya’s Mara River Basin-Carnegie Mellon News – Carnegie Mellon University.

They are actually robotic crocs, no kidding! Had no clue this type of surveillance was going on, and not even being funded by the NSA, or is it??

This is my “rather strange’ post for the day. I better put it in the “uncategorized” category. There may be more coming….

Placenta Harbors Bacteria, May Impact Fetal Health | Science/AAAS | News.

Why pregnant women should brush their teeth, then again we should all practice good dental hygiene, lol!

Superfluid helium can leak through glass and climb out of its container (Science Alert).

Ok this has absolutely nothing to do with what I do in the lab, but hot damn it’s cool, really cool so to speak.  Enjoy and do not attempt this at home, lol.