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Full-time reinforcement of safe lab conduct and lab techniques

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Full-time reinforcement of safe lab conduct and lab techniques

SCIENCE SAFETY FIRST!

 

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Denoyer-Geppert Science Company Participates in Brain Awareness Week 2018

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Denoyer-Geppert Science Company Participates in Brain Awareness Week 2018

Every March, Brain Awareness Week occurs to unite people of all ages to celebrate the brain. Partner organizations worldwide work together with The Dana Foundation and together, they help raise public awareness of brain research and education. During the week, some activities include open days at neuroscience labs, brain exhibitions, social media campaigns, classroom workshops and lectures on brain-related topics. This year’s campaign dates are from March 12 to March 18.   Quick Facts Human brain development does not finish until you’re about 25-years-old. A right-handed person usually processes language on the left side of their brain, while a left-handed person...

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Our Favorite Science News Stories of 2017

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Our Favorite Science News Stories of 2017

Photo Credit: Science Magazine We won't deny that a lot of good and bad news occurred in 2017, but for the science world, we learned some incredible things. Here are some of our favorite science news stories of the year: 1. The mesentery is an organ For us, the proposal for a new human organ could change the way we present our anatomical products. Researchers in Ireland proved it's a set of tissues that anchors the small intestines to the back of the abdominal wall.   2. What dogs hear when we talk to them We always wondered what dogs think of our...

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Celebrate Astronomy Day On Saturday, Sept. 30

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Celebrate Astronomy Day On Saturday, Sept. 30

  Astronomy Day occurs twice a year, once in the spring and once in the fall. Created in 1973, the unofficial holiday raises interest in astronomy by giving the public access to astronomical instruments and the chance to connect with astronomers and space scientists. The next Astronomy Day is this Saturday, Sept. 30. Spend time with your family and friends to do some stargazing with a telescope. From there, learn more about astronomy with your students. The Denoyer-Geppert Astronomy Chart Series reveals an illustrated guide to the relationships between the Earth, the sun and other members of the solar system....

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February Marks American Heart Month

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February Marks American Heart Month

In 1964, President Lyndon B. Johnson declared the first American Heart Month. February now marks the month where the nation focuses on heart health. It’s an important cause to follow since heart disease is the leading cause of death for men and women. Denoyer-Geppert Science Company will like to support American Heart Month this February by spreading the word on the importance of heart health and education.  Quick Facts Every year, 1 in 4 deaths are caused by heart disease. Heart disease is the leading cause of death for people of most radical and ethnic groups in the United States....

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