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Detecting cancer with a drop of pure water
Did you know that we can now detect cancer using a drop of pure water? And that water quality can influence the development of novel medicines? We at ELGA LabWater have been amazed to discover just how important pure water is in clinical diagnostics.
I thought that blog readers should be among the first to be aware of a new type of water recently mentioned in the New Scientist – Sexy Water. This was spotted at the Perth Garden Festival. It is a brand name for water that is “hydrogen-rich, micro-clustered and electrolysed reduced”.
The food we need to survive mainly comes from the agricultural production of crops and livestock. Reliable freshwater supplies are essential for growing this food, especially in arid regions. This demand will only continue to increase as the world’s population rises.
Given our ever-changing environment, it is important that we seek to better understand earlier environmental conditions as this will allow us to more accurately assess the impact of human activities on the ecosystem.
Breakthrough scientific research currently abounds, much of which will have an impact on our lives. In this blog, we highlight three potentially life-changing discoveries of 2017.