The Singing Scientist: The Life of Mathematician and Satirist Tom Lehrer

Tom Lehrer

Satire is usually known for the use of humor, irony, and even ridicule in literature, comedic stand-ups, and other performing arts. However, it isn’t always displayed in the science community, Continue Reading

New Alzheimer’s Early Diagnosis Blood Test

Alzheimer's Disease Brain Scan

NEW noninvasive blood test can predict early on-set of Alzheimer’s This new blood test is so precise it can predict onset Alzheimer’s up to 30 years in advanced. This new Continue Reading

The Science of Meditation-Bring Zen into Your Lab

science behind meditation

Mindful meditation exercises and programs have shown beneficial effects on a variety of medical disorders. A recent study even revealed that meditation could have similar beneficial effects as medication on Continue Reading

Phenomenex Celebrates First Chinese Translated Product Catalog

China

Since going direct in China in 2017, our team has worked tirelessly to bring the full Phenomenex experience to customers. Our latest accomplishment is our first fully translated product catalog Continue Reading

International Whiskey Day

International Whiskey Day

International Whiskey Day on March 27th, 2018 is a day for whiskey lovers around the world… …to raise a glass and toast those who have over the centuries mastered the Continue Reading

Male Birth Control Pill Shows Little Side Effects, Moves Closer To Public Use

male birth control

Creating a male birth control pill has been the subject of research for decades. However, results of a new study presented on Sunday, March 18th at the annual Endocrine Society Continue Reading

Katsuko Saruhashi – Made Waves In Seas and For Women in Science

Katsuko Saruhashi

Once again, Google Doodle is taking the opportunity to honor great minds in various fields of science. They paid tribute on March 22nd to geochemist, Katsuko Saruhashi, who would have Continue Reading