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Food science student seeking to make seafood safer

Food science student seeking to make seafood safer

Claire Lanclos is working on a solution to make seafood safer, which hopefully, will give a boost to Louisiana’s sagging shrimp industry. She is using naturally derived bacteria designed to kill any pathogens found on shrimp. When applied to a food, they can inactivate pathogens. For example my project, I’m working with shrimp, and the […]

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Multiplication by ‘t’ Property – Laplace Transform – Engineering Mathematics 3

Multiplication by ‘t’ Property – Laplace Transform – Engineering Mathematics 3

Hello friends so today we are gonna learn a new theorem called as multiplication by T theorem of Laplace transform now what is the statement of multiplication by T Theorem so it is given like this if Laplace or function of T is some function of s then the Laplace of T raised to n […]

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Stretch Marks Care with The Moms Co. | Science of Motherhood

Stretch Marks Care with The Moms Co. | Science of Motherhood

You’re caring for two now So we doubled up on the care with a combination of Body Butter to moisturize and Body Oil to nourish for effective prevention and reduction of Stretch Marks

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The Science of Dragonfly

The Science of Dragonfly

[Music] Saturn’s largest moon, Titan, has a thick atmosphere and a frozen surface rich in organic molecules. In 2034, a NASA mission called Dragonfly will arrive at Titan and study its chemical makeup. Dragonfly is a rotorcraft designed to visit multiple sites across the moon’s varied terrain. At each new landing site on Titan’s surface, […]

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S. Korean gov’t to roll out COVID-19 economic relief package by end of Feb.

S. Korean gov’t to roll out COVID-19 economic relief package by end of Feb.

the government is reviewing options to help businesses deal with the kernel virus outbreak that includes announcing the first economic relief package by the end of this month kim de machette slide on the measures pledging to kill two birds with one stone South Korean president moon Jane has a once again about to take […]

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Intro to Cryptology: the science of making and breaking codes.
Dr. Charles R Drew | Fun Facts | Black History | Biography for Students | Inventors

Dr. Charles R Drew | Fun Facts | Black History | Biography for Students | Inventors

a man who is known as a Pioneer for helping save the lives of others with blood and also standing up for the rights of others too. Stay tuned for more with fun facts from the biography of Dr. Charles R. Drew. Dr. Charles R. Drew was a Pioneer in helping blood banks process and […]

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Could Brexit end London’s financial dominance? | The Economist

Could Brexit end London’s financial dominance? | The Economist

Brexit It’s relentless The media coverage of Brexit is dominated by the… …twists and turns of daily politics Will we get a deal Brexit? Nobody knows the exact cost… …of risk around the Brexit deadline It’s drowning out a lot of important stories about the… …impact Brexit is set to have… …on Britain, Europe and […]

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Florida Housing Market Update: November 2019

Florida Housing Market Update: November 2019

The number of existing homes listed for sale in Florida continued to decline on a year-over-year basis in November, according to the latest housing market reports from Florida Realtors. By the end of the month, the statewide inventory of on-market single-family homes was down 10-and-a-half percent compared to a year ago, while the number of […]

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Ami Mamolo – Creative methods in mathematics education

Ami Mamolo – Creative methods in mathematics education

My name is Ami Mamolo I’m an assistant professor here at UOIT in the Faculty of Education and my research is in mathematics education. I work primarily with prospective teachers and I focus on mathematical knowledge and understanding for teaching and of teachers. What really excites me about my research are the different and creative […]

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