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Glass Made of Ideas
Posted On: December 16, 2014

By: Karen Elder

The holidays are one of the busiest times of the year for home cooks, with most spending countless hours prepping for holiday meals. While this might seem daunting, kitchen designers and appliance manufacturers are finding new ways to assist home cooks and offer new reasons why the kitchen remains the best family gathering place. [...] » Read More
Posted On: December 9, 2014

By: Karen Elder

As winter rolls in and the temperature drops across the U.S., it’s time for many to fire up their wood stoves. That means it’s also time to clean your wood stove, in every sense of the word. From a literal scrub of the glass-ceramic front to choosing cleaner-burning wood to using a modern woodstove with lower emissions, here’s a guide to getting your wood stove up and running. . [...] » Read More
Posted On: December 3, 2014

By: Nikolaos Katsikis

The beginning of the algae industry was akin to the gold rush: Startups flooded the market hoping to quickly strike it rich. But the floodwaters have receded, washing away all but the strongest companies, which continue to innovate and adapt in order to tap the vast potential of algae across industries. [...] » Read More
Posted On: November 25, 2014

By: Steve Cohen

Creating engaging and alluring window displays is no easy feat. Retail stores meticulously craft storefront exhibits to catch eyes and draw in passersby, especially around the holidays when big sales matter most. But while the perfect gift or a great deal is quick to catch the eye, few shoppers ever truly notice the key piece to a high-quality window display: the glass. [...] » Read More
Posted On: November 20, 2014

By: Victoria Sanville

U.S. Soldiers are deployed in 150 countries around the globe, prevailing in combat in Afghanistan, training security forces in Iraq, providing NATO and allied support to dampen tensions in Eastern Europe, and helping fight the Ebola epidemic in West Africa. On each of these fronts, the warfighter needs tactical vehicles equipped with the newest and most effective defense technology: stronger, lighter armor; better situational awareness; and reliable electronics and communications systems that allow more fluid Soldier-to-Soldier contact no matter where they’re located. [...] » Read More
Posted On: November 11, 2014

By: Eric Urruti

Volcanoes can transform landscapes, influence the climate, and sometimes even offer technological breakthroughs that are hard to find anywhere else. That’s what Dr. Donald Dingwell discovered. Dingwell, the Secretary General of the European Research Council, is one of the top experimental volcanologists in the world. [...] » Read More
Posted On: November 3, 2014

By: Tony Perry

In recent years, packaging errors have become a common cause of drug recalls, forcing the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to introduce tighter regulations to ensure patient safety. The wrong packaging can render a drug unusable or potentially dangerous and can entangle pharmaceutical manufacturers in damaging compliance issues. [...] » Read More
Posted On: October 21, 2014

By: Anil Busimi

More than half of all drug candidates in development today are biotech-based drugs and are generally only administered by injection. Prefilled syringe (PFS) usage in particular continues to grow due to increased demand by both patients and health care workers for an easy, safe, and accurate (correct dosage) method to administer injectable drugs. [...] » Read More