Links 2011-03-22

March 23, 2011

Cardiac Myosin Activation: A Potential Therapeutic Approach for Systolic Heart Failure

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Links 2011-02-03

February 3, 2011

Oil Dispersants Persist in the Deep

“Gulf Spill: Researchers find that an anionic surfactant lingers months after its use in response to the Deepwater Horizon oil spill”

Hard-tip, soft-spring lithography


Links 2011-01-31

January 31, 2011

A simple article on simple principles; yet worth publishing.

 


Links 2011-01-22 Reaction engineering: Status and future challenges

January 22, 2011

Reaction engineering: Status and future challenges

The authors says

“It is argued here that the key challenge for CRE is the development of new more efficient and profitable technologies. This is to be accomplished via an improved science-based scale-up methodology for transfer of molecular discoveries to sustainable non-polluting processes that can meet the future energy, environmental, food and materials needs of the world

But as pointed out by the author, it is more challenging to develop technologies keeping in mind the environmental effects, future food, energy and material needs. For any technology to survive, the main driving force is money. This is very much true for countries like us, where there is least awareness of many important issues, other than economic development.

Other links

Current methods for characterising mixing and flow in microchannels

Microreaction engineering — is small better?


Links 2011-01-11

January 11, 2011

Pliable particles open door to drug delivery

Glassy metal set to rival steel

Explosion from aqueous hydrogen peroxide and acetic anhydride