The number of challenges the design team had to over come is staggering! How does one:
1. place sensors miles below the seafloor without being damaged by the environment?
2. get a tool to stay in the ocean floor and seal it off in a way that prevents ocean water contaminate yet allows the data to be collected?
3. keep the sensors working for years?
Tweet Healthcare reform discussions frequently center on the changes anticipated for the general population. But people with disabilities — about 56 million in the United States — are generally left out of the healthcare reform picture. That absence is not … Continue reading →
Theory tackles how glass remembers earlier forces.
Alterations to the usual glass production process, such as putting
the material under stress, can introduce effects that linger even after
the material hardens. While manufacturers have long exploited this
phenomenon to strengthen glass, a new theory aims to get closer to
understanding why it happens.
Glass is not as well understood as most materials, because it
straddles the line between liquid and solid. In typical
This just in from Dr. Blake Layton. Spotted Wing Drosophila may be a problem for blueberry growers, so a special local need label was pursued for Malathion 8 Flowable. More details below: “Mississippi now has a 24c Special Local Need Label to allow use of Gowan Malathion 8 Flowable at rates up to 2.5 pints/acre … Keep reading →