Release date: 2007-02-07 New Interferometric Imaging for Medical Diagnostics Scientists at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign have recently invented a new computational imaging technique that uses the original fuzzy out-of-focus data to obtain new three-dimensional images. This tec
Release date: 2007-01-25 South Korea develops a new high-definition scanner for brains Recently, Korean scientists have successfully developed a brain high-definition scanning instrument that uses nuclear magnetic energy to make the brain scan images clearer and see more details of the brain.
Sowing seedlings It is now in winter and it can only be done in a nursery. The germination of eggplant requires higher temperature and the growth of seedlings is slow. In the current low temperature conditions, seedlings can only be raised in a nursery. Eggplant seedlings grow longer than tomatoe
Salt: The addition of 0.25% to 0.35% of salt in pig diets can improve palatability, increase appetite, increase feed utilization, and aid pigs in digesting and absorbing feed. Vinegar: For sows with premature estrus after childbirth, 500 ml of vinegar is fed once a day and normal food intake and f
Since the microbial cells contain a large amount of water (generally 80-90% or more), the absorption and reflection of light are not much different from those of the aqueous solution, and there is no obvious difference in brightness from the surrounding background. Therefore, in addition to observin
Silage is a simple, reliable and economical method that uses microbiological fermentation to preserve the nutritional characteristics of green and blue succulent feeds for a long time. It is an effective measure to ensure the balanced supply of green and succulent feed to livestock all year round.