To test these scenarios, Harper created “nano-sized ecosystems” to test how these compounds move through their environment and interact with fauna. In her lab, for example, plastic containers holding only a few grams of soil are poised above quarter-sized containers holding embryonic zebrafish. The team applies pesticides to the soil and then records the number of deformities in the zebrafish embryos. Harper’s OSU colleague, Louisa Hooven , will soon begin an experiment to see whether aerial sprays of nano-pesticide formulations will effect how bees transport pollen to their hives. The team expects to publish their findings by the end of the year.
Tablets are small, convenient, and easy to use, yet powerful enough to replace other devices in our lives. With all these attributes, we will continue to find tablets to be a better device choice in our lives. However, we must also consider the health impacts of tablet radiation, as when compared to laptops and cell phones, in many ways, a tablet emits the same EMF health dangers. When using tablet computers, it is important to keep space between yourself and the device as well as a tablet computer radiation case to remain protected.