www.thermoscientific.com/DeltaRayRoadTrip. Meet our intrepid researchers on the #DeltaRayRoadTrip as they travel over 3,000 miles in 30 days across Canada as they shed light on greenhouse gas monitoring, ecology and plant science, volcano monitoring, carbon storage and sequestration.
Join us on the #DeltaRayRoadTrip across Canada as we continuously measure the CO2 concentrations and the 13C and 18O isotopic values to better understand our environment. Our coast-to-coast journey will take us through areas of heavy population and industry as well as some of the most sparsely populated areas in the world. Ride along as we drive through spectacular forests, agricultural landscapes, crowded cities, tall mountains and beautiful prairies.
Stable isotope research has long been...
This whiteboard video describes the fundamental principles of charged aerosol detection and explains how analytes travel through the detector. The video also discusses the key benefits of charged aerosol detection along with application examples where this technology excels.
Check out this video of Charlie Chromeleon in the lab as he gets ready for his scientific adventure at #Pittcon2015. You can follow Charlie each day at #Pittcon2015 as he discovers answers to sample prep, separation, detection, & software challenges: http://chrom.ms/U2inVbA
This whiteboard video provides a brief history of chromatography, and explains the fundamental principles behind HPLC and UHPLC. It also describes the essential components, or modules, of a chromatography system, explaining how a sample travels through a liquid chromatograph.
EcoATM founder Mark Bowles talks about the high-tech tools needed to turn flip phones and old electronics into a successful commercial enterprise that helps save the environment.
Sarah Bates from the NSF sat down with Mark to discuss ecoATM and its rise from an idea in a coffee shop into a multimillion-dollar business.
EcoATM runs kiosks placed all around the United States where people can turn in their unwanted electronics for cash. EcoATM accepts everything from old, useless flip...