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Gin and Tonic and Malaria and Fluoresence
September 26, 2016 · Be The First To Comment

   At the age of 17, George Washington was diagnosed with malaria. The disease, then referred to as the “ague”, came and went over the years. Although it was known at the time that quinine was a successful treatment, Washington wasn’t prescribe the powder until after the revolutionary War had ended and he was […]

Glow on, get happy! Join HMNS this Friday for a fun-filled night of light at LaB 5555: GLOW
November 26, 2012 · Be The First To Comment

Whether they’re toys that shine in the night, black lights, glow sticks or fireflies, things that produce an eerie glow are fascinating. Give a kid a glow-in-the-dark toy or paper her ceiling in dimly shining plastic stars, and she will be occupied forever. She’ll find ever brighter lights to charge them up, ever darker places […]



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