Nanotechnology is an astounding discovery, and its impact and uses are now being seen in practical ways around the world. Take Malaria for instance which is still a killer disease. Around 600,000 people a year around the world are still succumbing to it, and governments and philanthropists alike are pledging money to find ways to eradicate it. Now, a young scientist in Britain, George Frodsham has invented a new way of using nanoparticles to create a form of blood dialysis and to tackle the disease.
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It’s said that the last thing a printer does to a job is the first thing his customer sees. And never is this statement more true than in the world of carton printing. In most print jobs, a lot of work goes into the prepress and printing, but when it comes to carton printing, a whole lot more goes into the design and finishing of the box.
Monday, 14 March 2016 | By Bob Boucher
Buying a can of soda is a pretty routine activity. It’s almost automatic. You go the store, find your favorite brand, buy it, and drink it. While quenching your thirst, that soda is not likely going to be the most thrilling, emotional moment of your day. If it is … well, we won’t go there.
English Literature was not my favourite subject at school. In fact I would go so far as to say it was one of my least, only slightly ahead of woodwork and French. I used to spend most of the lessons gazing out of the window towards our sports field wishing I was playing rugby or cricket, depending on the time of year.
Becoming a grandparent for the first time is a very special experience. Suddenly a new family member appears, in our case Lowe Mulvaney in July 2015, but without the same familial responsibilities that came with the job when her dad was born.
Monday, 22 February 2016 | By Gerry Mulvaney
My wife has a very simple view of navigation. She does not rely much on maps, since she cannot read them and more importantly if we are going south rather than north the whole thing is upside down to her.
Monday, 15 February 2016 | By Gerry Mulvaney
According to Elsevier’s Dictionary of the Printing and Allied Industries, the fore-edge of a book is the blank space occupied by the outer margin of a page, opposite the folds in the section and I suppose you might think it’s not much use or interest to most people.