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  • Biodiesel Testing - Quality and Purity Testing Increase Confidence And Assure Results  By : Andrew Stratton
    Biodiesel and biofuel production is growing at an ever growing rate as new production facilities appear across Europe, Asia, and the Americas every month. Manufacturers of biodiesel testing equipment are responding to these growing demands to supply the market at every level.
  • The 2007 Pet Food Crisis: Was it Preventable?  By : Andrew Stratton
    Canada-based Menu Foods, whose wet pet foods are sold under dozens of familiar brand names, had allowed a lethal substance known as melamine to enter their products. This error wasn't discovered until over 60 million potentially contaminated units were in stores and sudden and epidemic kidney failure among cats and dogs was reported. The ensuing pet food recall affected pet owners nationwide.
  • Die Casting: The Process And The Techniques  By : Adrian Adams
    What is die casting? Essentially, die casting uses steel molds called dies which molten metal is forced into using extremely high pressure.
  • Johnston's Contribution To Calligraphy  By : Jimmy Cox
    Calligrapher Edward Johnston contributed a lot to the modern world of calligraphy. Looking back through the ages it can be seen that calligraphy has played an important part in the development of civilization.
  • Outlining Mechanical Engineering  By : Derek Both
    Although maybe not one of the most "glamorous" of trades, mechanical engineering is definitely one of the most important, and also frequently used, though you may not realize just how frequent and common. Take the chair you're currently sitting on reading this article - you can bet there's at least some kind of mechanical engineering process in its design to make it as comfortable as possible.
  • Interesting Bald Eagle Facts  By : Ryan Orlancia
    Many people don't know that the bald eagle has been the symbol of the United States and the nation's national bird since 1782. Sea Eagles, so common in 18th century Europe, were a common sight to America's early settlers, and it is from mistaking the two birds that the bald eagle got its name.
  • Close Encounters Of The First Kind : 2006 and 2007  By : Lou Drake
    The years 2006 and 2007 saw a wide range of Close Encounters of the First Kind accounts that spread across the world, including destinations, such as Kent, England and India. In this article, you will learn the details regarding mysterious red orbs in the sky, as well as strange happenings close to the Vatican.
  • The Legacy of the Helicopter Developed by Design  By : Ben Franklin
    Most helicopters have a single main rotor though and a smaller one which produces a horizontal force at the tail of the helicopter.
  • 3 Steps For Mildew Cleaning Without Cleaning It  By : Markus Skupeika
    Mold Removal can be done without cleaning mildew or mold. Discover how to prevent mold so you do not need to clean it ever again.
  • Sharks are Interesting!  By : Little Money
    Summary on the different types of sharks!
  • Sports Science & Improving Sporting Performance  By : Derek Both
    Sport science is a collection of scientific disciplines that work together to improve the performance of a given athlete.
  • A Brief History Of Everything  By : Saleem Rana
    Here is a thumbnail sketch of how everything came to be and a few ideas of how we may cope with the challenges of the future.
  • A Look Into The Cosmos: How Telescopes Work  By : Ray La Foy
    Since Galileo gifted the world with the telescope, technology has driven it along to becoming very hi-tech and very modern.
  • A GPS System Will Take You Anywhere  By : Ray La Foy
    The GPS (Global Positioning System) is a "constellation" of 24 well-spaced satellites that orbit the Earth and make it possible for people with ground receivers to pinpoint their geographic location.
  • The Debatable DNA Testing - Discovering The Role Your Genes Play  By : Brooke Hayles
    Deoxyribonucleic acid is the scientific terminology for DNA. DNA determines the cells behavior, function, and structure. What is great about DNA is that not only can it tell the identity of a person, but it can also give information about four thousand genetic conditions and diseases. Because DNA testing is becoming cheaper, this is the most popular form of testing.
  • DNA Testing - An Overview Of This Revolutionary Scientific Breakthrough  By : Brooke Hayles
    There are advantages and disadvantages to undergoing DNA testing. The government and courts rely on DNA testing in solving crimes and finding leads. The method of DNA collection have proven guilt in crimes, as well as proven innocence in some wrongly accused of serious crimes or felonies.
  • How You Dream Your World Into Existence  By : Saleem Rana
    Since reality at the subatomic energy is only pure energy, we have to look to consciousness to define the structure of the world. When we do this, we find that we have a large role to play in the shape of things to come.
  • Have A Look Around The Night Sky  By : Adrian Barrett
    Relax once in a while and enjoy the stars.
  • How Great Our Sun Is  By : Adrian Barrett
    Have you ever actually imagined the size of our universe?
  • Biodiesel as an Alternative Fuel  By : Joseph Then
    Biodiesel fuel is a fuel made from the oil of certain oilseed crops such as soybean, canola, palm kernel, coconut, sunflower, safflower, corn and a hundreds of other oil producing crops. The oil is extracted by the use of a press. The oil is then mixed in specific proportions with other agents which causes a chemical reaction. The results of this reaction are two products, biodiesel and soap.
  • Astronomy Real Star Power  By : Chris Campbell
    Astronomy has to be one the most humbling of all subjects to study. Just the thought of our universe, being like a grain of sand in a sandy shore of universes, is enough to make me want to crawl back under the sheets.
  • The Process of Sleep in Humans  By : Alex Rider
    This article briefly looks at the physiological and some of the chemical processes and changes associated with sleep.
  • Controversial Research: Embryonic Stem Cells and Obesity Vaccines  By : David Stockwell
    When the results of the research are controversial, it draws people's attention. This can lead to the field itself, like Embryonic Stem Cell and Obesity research becoming controversial. But controversial research can lead to more new developments as researchers strive to address the controversy with new solutions.
  • Women in Science  By : Kadence Buchanan
    More than 25 years have gone by since the U.S. Congress passed the Women in Science and Technology Equal Opportunity Act, which states that it is "the policy of the United States that men and women have equal opportunity in education, training, and employment in scientific and technical fields."
  • Aluminum Anodizing Technology and Market Assessment  By : Brian Reuter
    The strongest growth category for anodized aluminum appears to be that of transportation. An expected increase in the production of new aircraft to replace aging fleets and the auto industry's trend of increasing the use of aluminum for vehicle frames and bodies are expected to be the primary drivers of this growth.
  • This Is How Solar Energy Works  By : Isabel Baldry
    Sun is the primary source of energy in our solar system. It provides life to billions of living creatures on planet Earth. It is the source of light and provides life. So how does solar energy work?
  • Learning About Snake Facts And Behaviors  By : Stephanie Davies
    This article teaches you about why snakes behave the way they do, and how to handle a snake encounter. Also includes information on identifying venomous and non-venomous snakes.
  • Up, Up and Away! Look Forward to Space Travel by 2008  By : Sarah Deak
    Those who hate to fly would not be thrilled to hear about one of the newest ways to travel: spaceship.
  • Fumehoods Promote Speedy Criminal Evidence Processing  By : Ray La Foy
    Saving precious time can sometimes be as simple as adding a proper fume hood station to a lab to enable local technicians to take over the jobs.
  • Making Biodiesel at Home  By : Joseph Then
    It is easy to make your own fuel at home. You need a few simple supplies, all of which are readily available at your hardware stores. Gather up 1 liter of vegetable oil, antifreeze, and lye.

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