Articles & Whitepapers
Researchers at the University of Virginia School of Medicine and their collaborators have solved a decades-long puzzle about how E. coli and other bacteria can move. Bacteria push themselves forward by coiling long, thread-like accessory parts into the shape of a bottle opener, like temporary propellers. But how they do this puzzles scientists because the propeller consists of a single protein. ...
Coral reefs are known to be the “rainforests of the ocean“. They are among the most diverse and productive ecosystems found on the planet. Coral reefs are a vital part of the marine ...
This is the make-or-break decade for climate action, and companies are leading the charge. But while there’s now wide consensus on the initial steps—measuring footprints, sourcing clean power, and decarbonizing supply ...
Equipment & Solutions
Models 1015-12 and 1015-24 Rosette® multibottle arrays - accommodating 12 or 24 bottles - are a two-component system (deck command uttit and a submersible bottle mounting array) for remotely actuating (in sequence) General Oceanics water sampling bottles.