By: Wendy R.
Microscopes are instruments used to see objects too small to be seen by the naked eye.There are three major types of microscope that a biologist/researcher uses. These are the electron, dissecting and compound microscopes. Within the category of electron microscope are two types of...
By: Dr Pandula Siribaddana
Yeast is a unicellular or a single cell organism that belongs to the broader group of organisms known as 'fungi.' They sometimes appear as multi cellular structures although these are false or pseudohyphaes in contrast to true hyphaes seen among other fungi. Characteristics of...
By: Rebecca Adele Scarlett
The word “yeast” can refer to any one of 1500 different known species of fungus. Yeast organisms use sugar and oxygen to create energy, just as humans do, and just as humans do, yeasts need water as a catalyst for that process. Factors that...
By: Can Tran
There are three simple factors that affect yeast when growing: temperature, nutrients, and pH level. In order to understand the what affects yeast growth, one simply needs to know what yeast is. In the Wikipedia entry, yeast is defined as eukaryotic micro-organisms in the Fungi...
Tech breakthrough promises faster, cheaper gene sequencing
By: Terrence Aym
Faster and less expensive gene sequencing holds the promise of speeding up the discovery of cures for genetic disorders and the elimination of whole categories of diseases. To that aim, the Human Geneome Project was launched in 1990.Walter Fiers at the University of Ghent...
By: Amanda Mittra
Forensic scientists or forensic experts deal with the legal aspects of human behavior. They are trained to collect evidentiary material which may or may not be visible to the common man. Technically speaking, these experts collect material from scenes of crime, accidents or incidents of...
How forensic experts collect evidence
By: Sandra Piddock
Back in the day, law enforcers thought that the most important evidence in a crime was that provided by eye witnesses. However, eye witnesses are in fact part of the evidence, and what they have witnessed may have been so distressing as to affect their...
By: Victoria Tiegert
Forensics is a science that is used most often in cases involving the legal system. This is a very important field in that it can lead to the discovery of many things which may not otherwise be known with any degree of certainty. The science...
By: Can Tran
Forensics experts collect evidence differently in respects to their own specialized fields. There are many fields of forensics: ballistics, blood spatter analysis, DNA analysis, forensic anthropology, forensic accounting, forensic aerial photography, forensic archeology, forensic astronomy, forensic botany, forensic chemistry, computational forensics, forensic dactyloscopy, digital forensics...
By: Jenna Pope
When forensic experts process a crime scene, they engage in exacting procedures of documentation and the collection of any physical evidence the experts find. Examples of evidence collected are latent fingerprints, blood, hair, human or animal bones, semen, fibers, threads, glass, paint, flammable liquids or...

 

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