Author Archives: Judy Hadley


Published 30 Jun 2021

Tiny Bubbles….Big Things

Bubbles are a natural phenomena existing in the environment since the dawn of time.  Examples occur all around us as batches of sauerkraut are prepared in the Fall in kitchens all around the world when fresh cabbage is harvested, or…READ MORE >

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Published 20 May 2021

Calories to Cures

Early commercially available biological calorimeters developed in the ’70s were initially used to study the “protein folding” question as part of the drive to design proteins de novo.  Differential scanning calorimetry (DSC) in more recent years has found its niche…READ MORE >

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Published 11 Apr 2019

Archimedes: How to Collect Robust Data

  Do you ever wonder how your Archimedes results compare to the results of other users? Is 20% Relative Standard Deviation (RSD) for repeat measurements good, or maybe not? Are you wondering if you are collecting your data under the…READ MORE >

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