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The Largest University in India : In terms of on-campus number of students - 24,000 600 Acres Campus : A technology driven campus, spread over 600 acres of lush green area on NH-1 at the entry of Jalandhar city 150+ Programmes : An innovative integration of inter-disciplinary streams on offer after 10th,12th, Graduation & Post Graduation in Management, Hotel Management, Computer Application, Engineering, Architecture, Design, Commerce, Fashion Technology, Pharmacy, Physiotherapy, Paramedical Sciences, Biotechnology, Microbiology, Biochemistry, Education, Physical Education, Films, Animation, Fine Arts, Performing Arts, Sciences, Arts & Languages etc. Cultural Diversity : Students from 23 different States and 5 different Countries. Excellent Placements : 2500+ placements
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*******www.jomadeals**** August 12, 2009 ($86.00) Casio WVQ550DA-1AV, Deal of the Day Watch Black Chronograph, the perfect balance of brains and beauty. This awesomer than awesome deal of the day is $86 (57% off the retail price). Sale ends at midnight tonight (EST). You want a watch with everything (kind of selfish, but hey, we're not judging), well this is it. This Casio Waveceptor is everything you like about your nerdy, Casio utility watch combined with your sleek, drop-dead sexy "honey, we're going out to dinner, so put something on that looks nice…no, not your Kakis and Crocs, I said something nice…wow, you're impossible, let me pick something out for you" look. It's the perfect balance of brains and beauty, like a leggy supermodel with a PhD in Global Biochemistry Rocket-clone Macro Engineering (I got my degree in Communications…and I look like a toad…so, yea, this watch kicks my butt big time). Not convinced? Need an example of the beautiful hardcoreness, you say? Well, the sleek design you can see (if you can't see, then using the internet might be sort of a waste here). The smartness is in its Multi-Band Atomic Timekeeping. It receives time calibration radio signals which keep the displayed time accurate, no matter where you are or where you go. No more configuring those pesky time zones in your own brain. The Casio brain does it for you (we've heard that with careful coaxing the Casio watch's brain can become self aware; God help us all if that happens). Casio Chronograph Wave Ceptor Atomic Watch WVQ550DA-1AV Jomadeals**** does not ship outside the USA and its territories. Shoppers from outside the USA may place orders for delivery within the United States.
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Bombs and bankruptcy are nasty but they don't strike fear into hearts. But if you really want to grab the attention use the words 'germ' and 'disease'. Then sit around feeling terribly smug because you've invested in a biochemical supermarket...
12 Feb 2008
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Natalie talks about her in depth research regarding bio-sensors detecting toxic chemicals in consumer goods.
17 May 2008
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This book provides the reader with not only such information as what fossils are and where and how they are found, but also a closer examination of a variety of fossil specimens, millions of years old, that are still able to declare, "We never underwent evolution; we were created." The fossils discussed and illustrated in this book are just a few examples of the hundreds of millions of specimens that prove the fact of Creation. And even these few are enough to prove that the theory of evolution is a major hoax and deception in the history of science.
30 Dec 2008
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Transcript by Newsy BY TRACY PFEIFFER You're watching multisource science news analysis from Newsy The web was abuzz Thursday with speculation NASA would announce it had discovered alien life on Earth. But when the press conference came around -- turns out the answer is... sort of. Scientists discovered a type of microbe that can replace the phosphorous in its DNA with arsenic -- and survive, something no known organism has ever done before. The bacterium was found at the bottom of Mono Lake in eastern California, which has one of the highest naturally-occurring concentrations of arsenic in the world. (Video: NASA) Prior to the discovery, biologists believed life was composed exclusively of six elements: phosphorous, carbon, oxygen, hydrogen, nitrogen and sulfur. A writer for The New York Times explains how arsenic fits -- or doesn’t fit -- for those of us who weren’t paying that close of attention in chemistry class. “Arsenic sits right beneath phosphorus in the periodic table of the elements. … Indeed, that chemical closeness is what makes it toxic ... allowing it to slip easily into a cell’s machinery where it then gums things up, like bad oil in a car engine.” But why does the discovery matter? On CNN, Bill Nye explains. NYE: “See, you and I, everything you’ve ever met, except these microbes, relies on the same type of DNA, which has some phosphates. (FLASH) This idea that it’s possible to substitute things changes the way we look at living things and changes the way we think about what’s possible.” VELSHI: “It’s like, what you thought of the possible world has now just been expanded.” But while many applaud the results of the study as a complete game-changer, some are still doubtful. A writer for Popular Science writes... “To be clear, the scientists made this happen in a lab. They removed phosphorus from the bacteria’s environment and enriched it with arsenic. It was a complex game of chemistry that yielded strange results.” An anchor for Los Angeles’ KABC felt let down after the flurry of speculation that NASA had actually found life from another planet. “Doesn’t that seem a little anti-climactic? I mean they made the big announcement this morning, ‘Oh, here we are, it’s gonna be out there, we’re going to find life.’ And then it’s here. So the aliens are in us, not among us. But The Washington Post’s Melissa Bell says that’s the wrong way of looking at the announcement -- This is HUGE. “Before you get disappointed, realize that while not as sexy as a little green man, it is a big deal. No other life form exists off arsenic. ...This discovery shows [as a NASA biochemist put it] ‘life-as-we-know-it could be much more flexible than we generally assume or can imagine’...” So what do you think? Does this discovery change life as we know it, or are you still disappointed NASA didn’t announce it had finally gotten hold of E.T.? Get more video news analysis from Newsy
4 Dec 2010
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*******www.rapidlearningcenter****/ - What is this rapid learning? When you have to do a lot of science and math, and you have no tutorial for help, taking up such courses which give you enough study material and also help you gain your knowledge about this group at large, then it can be considered an option. You don’t have to do much except, get yourself signed up for such websites which enable you to visually learn the concepts of science and math to prepare you mentally, strongly enough so that you can partake any course, any exam and do well in academics.
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*******www.rapidlearningcenter****/ - The concept of online learning centers has caught up with people with more popularity. This helps students in completing their studies while acquiring more knowledge. For example, the AP Chemistry review consists of all the formulae related to several chemical reactions with detailed explanations given.
14 Apr 2011
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GETTING OVER CANCER DIABETES longevity zaro agha soymilk soya Hello, I have researches of 17 years on Getting over Cancer ,Diabetes Type2,MS how to make soymilk machine/200$ instead of 7.000$,Longevity/How Zaro Ağalived 160 years and I hope they will be useful for you.I already prepeared vids on youtube and it takes really a very long time to upload these on all the vidoeo websites so if you simply search Getting over Cancer ,Diabetes Type2,MS and the other topics on you tube or go to my website *******www.freewebs****/hit24/siteharitasi.htm you can find them.Very very briefly : There is a very important but missing point in researches about cancer. There are people around the world who have cured cancer by themselves.I examined these people and determines their average lifestyles-like what they eat,how they act- and reached to genuine results. Getting over "Diabetes Mellitus" is possible not only with Medicine but with the combination of Food Chemistry, Biochemistry, Food Production Technology, Food Market and Salutary Herbs and passing to most convenient foods to our body. And I had a friend who had MS and because I am interested in healthy nutrition,salutary herbs ,gymnastics and spiritual issues and make researches I decided to try to help him and to examine his case.I think that MS illness has to be examined in the combination of passive gymnastic,healthy(natural) nutrition,clean air &strenghtening faith by praying.If anyone of these things are ignored curing will not be possible. you can find detailed info for curing these illnesses in my videos. God bless you. Best Regards
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Inhibition! …To the tune of Popular Lyrics: When I studied for the midterm I’d forgotten to address The topic that I skimmed through and bombed it on the test I see it and my tender heart still cries Then Professor Villa said there’d be An extra opportunity To show we’d learn that topic if we tried Now this I must admit I’d underestimated it a bit That topic that I’d failed so to define I’ve opened my mind to learn the Nature of In- Hibitors! Enzymatic inhibitors Counted there’re three different kinds That reversibly bind And the irreversables Resemblance of most substrates React at slower rates Some don’t even react at all Now I must begin Competitive Inhibition Substrate and inhibitor fight For the active site Apparent Km turns out high Now we know we can kiss that free energy change goodbye But also know apparent Vmax doesn’t change Substrate concentrations overcome at higher range Unlike the uncompetatives that come out strange Because it’s slower, Apparent Km’s lower Now let us see mechanisms For uncompetitive inhibitions Inhibitor never wins If substrate’s not in The E-S complex like we hear, well, heard Km over Alpha prime goes Up through rule Le Chatlier, er La la, It works great, La la, With more substrate Which makes the product fail to make Inhibition mixed you’ll see ones Move in either or directions Binds to enzyme-substrate complex Or free enzymes, Raising up apparent Kms While apparent Vmax drops happen to them Is that not suicidal That can’t be right That’s irreversible! Please! Irreversible inhibitors They never come out the same Cause they chemically change Never changing back you’ll see Forever it inhibits the enzyme activity- Because irreversible inhibitors permanently bind to or damage essential functional groups and may also form a stable noncovalent complex with the enzyme, inhibition cannot therefore be reversed inhibiting most or all binding of the substrate so that the final product will never form which I won’t go into because there was only one slide on irreversible inhibitors and I just said everything that was on there. It was so much fun Learning inhibition I know now not to cram I’m gonna mind and grind it When comes the final day’s exam La la la la, Biochemistry Just got way less complicated to me!
21 May 2008
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*******www.aestheticdentalcarenj**** After attending Syracuse University, Jerry Strauss went on to earn a degree in dentistry and a Master's in nutritional biochemistry at Boston University.
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The University's infrastructure is distinctive by its modern architecture with each building illustrating a unique picture of its utility. Each building has been designed to provide comprehensive services to the students and staff members. The University has well designed, independent departments of Management, Hotel Management , Computer Application , Engineering, Architecture, Design, Commerce, Fashion Technology, Pharmacy, Physiotherapy, Paramedical Sciences , Biotechnology, Microbiology, Biochemistry, Education, Physical Education, Films, Animation, Fine Arts, Performing Arts, Sciences, Arts & Languages etc.
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The University's infrastructure is distinctive by its modern architecture with each building illustrating a unique picture of its utility. Each building has been designed to provide comprehensive services to the students and staff members. The University has well designed, independent departments of Management, Hotel Management , Computer Application , Engineering, Architecture, Design, Commerce, Fashion Technology, Pharmacy, Physiotherapy, Paramedical Sciences , Biotechnology, Microbiology, Biochemistry, Education, Physical Education, Films, Animation, Fine Arts, Performing Arts, Sciences, Arts & Languages etc.
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The University's infrastructure is distinctive by its modern architecture with each building illustrating a unique picture of its utility. Each building has been designed to provide comprehensive services to the students and staff members. The University has well designed, independent departments of Management, Hotel Management , Computer Application , Engineering, Architecture, Design, Commerce, Fashion Technology, Pharmacy, Physiotherapy, Paramedical Sciences , Biotechnology, Microbiology, Biochemistry, Education, Physical Education, Films, Animation, Fine Arts, Performing Arts, Sciences, Arts & Languages etc.
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