It’s hard to believe 11 years have gone by since the Big Bang Theory debuted. For us at Indigo Instruments, this is particularly memorable since the new 11th season is the 10th anniversary of our DNA model(s) appearing in Sheldon & Leonard’s apartment.
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Molecular models have been essential teaching tools for chemistry, biology and crystallography for decades. Their predicted obsolescence due to computer modelling has proven unfounded as the importance of physical manipulation is reiterated.
Indigo® GlowBonds™ add a new dimension as seen by the 6 examples below.
Inflammation, we’ve all had it at one time or another. It can be something as simple as swelling to something more painful like a headache, arthritis or gout. Surprisingly, many can be treated by NSAIDS (non-steroidal anti inflammatory drugs).
Many are familiar over the counter medications such as aspirin and ibuprofen but there many more available now and with so many choices which to use?
Bees have been in the news frequently of late because of unexplained high mortality rates and their profound importance in the food chain. Without them, many of the agricultural products we take for granted would quickly disappear from menus everywhere.
There is some debate whether their distress and decline is due to pesticides or parasites but whatever the reason their impact on the agricultural economy merits investigation.
Dr. Ashley Bennett of the University of New Mexico bought some insect pins from us for her bee collection and has kindly shared images and insights into her research which are presented below.