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The spinal cord is a bundle of nerves that descends through the bottom of the skull from the base of the brain (brainstem) and descends to the bottom of the spine, where it thins, and becomes the ca...

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Flipping Fifty Shades eroticises equality

Christine Grey would have been just as sexy as Christian Grey as the lead character in Fifty Shades of Grey – and resulted in less ambivalence about rape.

Safety Glasses Holder

Terra Universal introduces a new addition to their special BioSafe product line – a hinged, easy-clean safety glasses holder. The container is designed for comfortable access to stored items, while ...

High-Tech Glasses Instead of Eye Patch for 'Lazy Eye'?

MONDAY, Nov. 16, 2015 -- New, high-tech glasses may offer kids with "lazy eye" a hipper alternative to the traditional, dreaded eye patch, new research suggests. Fashioned to look like snazzy ski eyew...

Don't blame grey squirrels: Their British invasion had much more to do with us

(Imperial College London) DNA profiling reveals grey squirrels are not as good invaders as we think, and that humans played a much larger role in spreading them through the UK.

Virtua & Penn Medicine Announce Alliance

Virtua and Penn Medicine have announced a strategic alliance for the purpose of creating easier access to care by growing programs in South Jersey supported by both organizations, and by facilitating ...

Joel Elkes (1913–2015)

A pioneer of neuropsychopharmacology, Joel Elkes’ research on the drug chlorpromazine helped revolutionise the treatment of those with psychotic illness.

Specialized Glasses May Treat Lazy Eye, Early Study Shows

A company called Xpand is offering programmable glasses that can treat children with amblyopia, which is also known as lazy.Read more about Specialized Glasses May Treat Lazy Eye, Early Study ShowsCom...

10 Questions: Joel Gallant, MD

(MedPage Today) -- Insurance companies are the biggest barrier for physicians treating HIV, said Joel Gallant, MD, of the Southwest CARE Center in Santa Fe, NM

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Infrared radiation properties of Ho3+ in multicomponent germanium tellurite glasses.

Ho3+-doped and Ho3+/Yb3+-codoped multicomponent germanium tellurite (MGT) glasses with multifarious emission channels in the near-infrared wavelength region have been fabricated and characterized. Jud...

Optical properties of Er(3+)-doped oxyfluoride glasses.

Er(3+)-singly doped and Er(3+)/Yb(3+)-codoped 50SiO2-(50-x)BaF2-xZnF2(SBZx) oxyfluoride glasses are prepared and the optical properties of Er(3+)-singly doped glasses are investigated by using the Jud...

Direct CVD-derived graphene glasses targeting wide ranged applications.

Direct growth of graphene on traditional glasses is of great importance for various daily-life applications. We report herein the catalyst-free atmospheric-pressure chemical vapor deposition approach ...

Q-speciation and Network Structure Evolution in Invert Calcium Silicate Glasses.

Binary silicate glasses in the system CaO-SiO2 are synthesized over an extended composition range (42 mol%≤ CaO ≤61 mol%), using container-less aerodynamic levitation techniques and CO2-laser heat...

Vapor-deposited glasses of methyl-m-toluate: How uniform is stable glass transformation?

AC chip nanocalorimetry is used to characterize vapor-deposited glasses of methyl-m-toluate (MMT). Physical vapor deposition can prepare MMT glasses that have lower heat capacity and significantly hig...

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