We are in the middle of the YouTube Generation. Anyone can create short films and disseminate them to the masses with relative ease. Want to learn how to change a tire? Need to fold a napkin so it looks like a swan? Interested in feedstocks derived from biomass to make...
File this under the Totally Cool category: Researchers at Sandia National Laboratories have developed a new way to mix tiny volumes. Researchers use microfluidic devices for testing in bio labs and as micro-reactions cells for chemical sensing and fluid analysis.
While searching for interesting YouTube videos that pertain to the chemical processing industry, Faith Dalton, district sales manager for Chemical Processing, forwarded the following video from the band Great Big Sea to Editor Mark Rosenzweig and me.