The Most Highly Cited Paper in Publishing History: Protein Determination by Oliver H. Lowry
Protein Measurement with the Folin Phenol Reagent (Lowry, O. H., Rosebrough, N. J., Farr, A. L., and Randall, R. J. (1951) J. Biol. Chem.193, 265–275)
Clay Shirky on The Cognitive Surplus | Bruce's Blog
This blog post was written by Clay Shirky and can be found here. Do yourself a favour and read it and then start thinking about how you can apply your cognitive surplus. Maybe you can change a little (or a big) piece of your world!
Lewin gives final lecture In emotional goodbye, physics prof. wows 26-100 - The Tech
With a crown of tousled grey hair on his head, a shroud of rainbow-stripes on his shoulders, and a large plastic fuchsia ring twisting around his left middle finger, legendary physics professor Walter H. G. Lewin set down his piece of dull yellow chalk for the last time, marking the completion of hi
The Veiled Muslim Bogeygirl - Bikya Masr
I understand that “we’re” very much a novelty here. And I understand that our presence here is extremely important to break the stereotypes, misconceptions, prejudices, etc etc against veiled women. I am extremely grateful to the Anna Lindh Foundation for granting me the amazing opportunity of
Doorbell that tricks burglars into thinking you're home invented by schoolboy Laurence Rook, 13
Smart Bell, designed by Laurence Rook, dials the homeowner's mobile phone when pressed, allowing them to talk to whoever is outside their front door.
A new way to make lighter, stronger steel -- in a flash
A Detroit entrepreneur surprised university engineers here recently, when he invented a heat-treatment that makes steel 7 percent stronger than any steel on record in less than 10 seconds.
It's interesting to see that even in such a developed field as steel making; an amateur can come along and make such big improvements in the process. (7 percent stronger; made in less than 10 seconds, compared to an average of a few hours to days for other steels).Posted on 2011-06-12T10:21:51+0000
Voyagers ride 'magnetic bubbles'
Humankind's most distant emissaries are flying through a turbulent sea of magnetism as they seek to break free of our Solar System.