Monthly Archives: February 2014

Nanotechnology Breakthroughs or Conversation Pieces?

 This is a subject that is perennially mysterious, because it is hard to get your arms around. It is about atomic-sized particles able or targeted to do things that were never done before.  It has been around for many years, yet seems … Continue reading

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Maximizing crop yields: Technology and Chemistry are helping

 I have not for some time posted anything relating to the overhanging problem of increasing the world’s food supply as the global population keeps growing and the amount of arable agrarian land keeps declining due to land development and coastal flooding.  But several recent articles  on how … Continue reading

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