Tag: "cleans" at biology news
ACS News Service Weekly PressPac -- January 24, 2007
...nce, is an energy-efficient laundry detergent that cleans
without hot water. Others are laundry detergents that cause less water pollution after they go down the drain. Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. has been a major catalyst in the green detergent revolution, the article states. Using its purchasing power as the ...
Technology exists to keep E. coli out of food
...electrochemical activation system that disinfects, cleans
food and wipes out E. coli. While electrolyzed water systems are not new, this system, developed by a team of Russian scientists, is unique because it produces a pH-neutral solution that won't cause deterioration or off-flavors when sprayed on food...
Water filtration technique removes dangerous freshwater algae toxins
...Ohio -- A water filtration technique that normally cleans
up agricultural chemicals is also effective at removing a toxin secreted by algae found in lakes and rivers, an Ohio State University study has found. Engineers here determined that the technique greatly outperformed other methods by removing at le...
UCSD researchers develop 'smart petri dish'
... research team. "Since the liver is the organ that cleans
up the blood, liver cells are particularly susceptible when a toxin is introduced to the body. Pharmaceutical companies want to know early on the effect a drug has on the liver. But it's very expensive to screen every potential candidate on living an...
Cutting calories slightly can reduce aging damage
...al organ for maintaining good health during aging, cleans
the blood and helps regulate the body's immune system. The researchers also plan to assess the same biomarkers in a study of rats' hearts, muscle and brains. The research team was surprised to find one of the biomarkers, RNA, which is important for c...
Ultrasound and algae team up to clean mercury from sediments
...rch could one day lead to a ship-borne device that cleans
toxic metals from waterways without harming fish or other wildlife, said Linda K. Weavers, the John C. Geupel Chair in Civil Engineering at Ohio State. Doctoral student Ziqi He described the group's latest results in a poster session March 27 at the ...
Research: In environmental policy, we get what we pay for
... long as you limit pollution it doesn't matter who cleans
it up," Helfand said. "The big advantage in that s...t approaches may not work well when it matters who cleans
up," she said. Helfand stressed that this did not happen in the acid rain program, but it could in o...