Asteroid 2004 BL86 Brings A Friend …and how cool is that?! According to a release from NASA, scientists working with the agency’s 230-foot-wide Deep Space Network antenna at Goldstone, California, released the first radar images of asteroid 2004 BL86…and the images show the asteroid has its own small moon. The asteroid, first discovered in 2004 […]
The chief sat in the shade on a plastic chair that his wives had brought from inside. He was dressed to go out, with his wooden accoutrements– the herding stick and club that every Maasai man usually carries – were laid across his knees. His truck’s engine was running on the other side…
Frozen tissue, blood samples, as well as other body fluids, are commonly stored in biobanks. Because these samples are stored for research purposes, it is of the utmost importance that they are of excellent quality. In a publication from Clinical Biochemistry, Dr. Bih-Rong Wei and Mark Simpson from the Laboratory of Cancer Biology and Genetics Read the rest of this article
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