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Welcome to our new store! Ordering just got easier.

We have made a couple of upgrades to our shop to make browsing and ordering easier. 1. On each page with a pigment there is now a " next" and "previous" button that will either take you to thinnest product or back to the previous product. 2. when you add an item to the cart you will not be taken to the cart. You can then keep moving forward and add to the cart without having to back up again! 3. Not ready to order? Just save what you like to your click the heart and the bottom right of...

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Discover Harvard’s Collection of 2,500 Pigments: Preserving the World’s Rare, Wonderful Colors

Discover Harvard’s Collection of 2,500 Pigments: Preserving the World’s Rare, Wonderful Colors

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Could Glow in the Dark Pigments Replace Streetlights?

Could Sparkling Glow-in-the-Dark Pavement Replace Street Lights? Copied from: TakePart is the digital news and lifestyle magazine from Participant Media, the company behind such acclaimed documentaries as CITIZENFOUR, An Inconvenient Truth and Food, Inc. and feature films including  Lincoln and Spotlight. This energy-efficient technology to illuminate pathways is environmentally friendly and beautiful. A bike path in Cambridge, England glows with a brilliant blue. (Photo: Pro-Teq/Youtube) OCT 30, 2013· 2 MIN READ A Bay Area native, Andri Antoniades has previously worked as a fashion industry journalist and a medical writer. Keeping parks well lit at night can be a costly means to ensure pedestrian and cyclist safety. But a British-based company...

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Discovery of a New Blue with Miraculous Properties

Art World The Chemist Who Discovered the World’s Newest Blue Explains Its Miraculous Properties The new pigment is called YInMn blue, and it doesn't fade. Sarah Cascone, June 20, 2016 Chemist Mas Subramanian. Courtesy of Oregon State University. The world’s newest shade of blue, a brilliantly bright, durable pigment called YInMn blue, has been licensed for commercial use and is already in the hands of some artists. The pigment was discovered in 2009 by chemist Mas Subramanian and his team at Oregon State University while they were conducting experiments connected to electronics. For one series of tests, the scientists mixed black manganese oxide with a variety...

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FDA USE ADVERSE EVENTS REPORTS TO MONITOR COSMETIC SAFETY

FDA USE ADVERSE EVENTS REPORTS TO MONITOR COSMETIC SAFETY

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