If you were to ask a group of school-age children what they want to do when they grow up, at least a few of them are likely to say ‘scientist’. To be sure, this is an attractive profession. Many scientists are able to work in very important fields, and they can earn impressive salaries in some cases as well.
This March we celebrate Women’s History Month. Women are generally underrepresented in science – especially in the upper ranks of professional research. Here are some of the most amazing women in science. Continue reading The Coolest Women in Science 2016
Green tea just got better! We have heard from nutritionists, trainers and more about the benefits of green tea, but let’s get down to the science. Did you know there is a compound in green tea that blocks arthritis pain?
Researchers at the Washington State University in Spokane have identified a potential new approach to combating the joint pain, inflammation and tissue damage caused by rheumatoid arthritis.
We are always in the market to provide used lab equipment for customers locally, nationally and internationally. At BaneBio, we understand the buyer may have budget constraints. Buying used is the more affordable alternative to new lab equipment.
Is it true that diet impacts sleep quality? In this new study, those that eat less fiber, more saturated fat and more sugar are more likely to have less restorative and more disrupted sleep.
The main finding: diet quality influenced sleep quality. Principal investigator Marie-Pierre St-Onge, PhD, said “it was most surprising that a single day of greater fat intake and lower fiber could influence sleep parameters”.
Comet Catalina, also known as C/2013 US10, is set to make an appearance in our inner Solar System this January. Known as one of the most beautiful comets ever discovered by astronomers, it will be at its closest approach on Sunday, January 17, 2016 in the Northern Hemisphere. Unfortunately, if you live in the Southern Hemisphere, Catalina will not be in your view.
BaneBio invites members of the Life Sciences industry in Frederick County and beyond to attend its BioBeers event on Friday, January 8, 2016 at 4:30 p.m.
In today’s global society, scientists in developing countries are facing community issues of deadly virus outbreaks, and the impact of drought and other severe weather conditions. More often than not, there is a lack of equipment, as well as advanced training and resources to make important scientific advancements. That’s where Seeding Labs comes in.
Founded in 1849, Pfizer was originally formed as a manufacturer of fine chemicals. However, the company’s path would change forever in 1950 with the discovery of the antibiotic Terramycin. Now, this New York-based behemoth is one of the largest pharmaceutical companies in the world.
Research Triangle Park is a 7,000 acre park in North Carolina, which is home to an abundance of scientific research. This video, which features Bob Geolas, President and CEO of the Research Triangle Foundation of North Carolina, provides an in-depth look into the Triangle region. From its beginning in the 1950’s to the research of today, the Park has developed into a hub that helps make the world a better place.