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Xue had left a failed experiment, a dish full of human tumor cells, in the incubator, and when he looked two weeks later, he found a dish full of neurons.The Neurons That Appeared from Nowhere - Issue 89: The Dark Side|Nayanah Siva|September 2, 2020|Nautilus
With each new brand idea, the incubator is running market tests, analyzing the success of those tests and then deciding whether or not to proceed with the brand.
That’s exactly what Ocean Spray is doing with the incubator which has just five employees dedicated full-time to it.
It’s like a comet incubator, says planetary scientist Gal Sarid of the SETI Institute, who is based in Rockville, Md.In a first, astronomers spotted a space rock turning into a comet|Lisa Grossman|August 18, 2020|Science News
Live on air, she said the Iraqis had removed 312 babies from incubators and left them to die on the cold floor.
As we talked I looked at three babies, their skin a jaundiced yellow, in a single incubator.
America has long been the incubator of many spiritual creeds going back to the Great Awakening and even earlier.The Tea Party Isn’t a Political Movement, It’s a Religious One|Jack Schwartz|July 13, 2014|DAILY BEAST
He now works for the mayor of New York running their incubator for tech companies.
Now five guys who program can pitch their company and get $100,000 from an incubator.
It launched in February an incubator to foster education start-ups.
Where electric current is available, it can be used to heat an incubator much better and cleanlier than the kerosene lamp.
The most important part of the incubator is the thermostat which regulates the current to maintain a steady heat.
The incubator should be run for a day or two so that the current may be well regulated before placing the eggs in the tray.
An incubator about hatching time is a wonderful object lesson in teaching the story of life.The Mother and Her Child|William S. Sadler
And this, too, when it has been unreservedly believed that the incubator was a modern triumph of Western science!Life and sport in China|Oliver G. Ready
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A specialized crib used in caring for infants, in which the temperature and oxygen content of the air can be controlled. Often, babies who are born prematurely will be placed in an incubator until they have become strong enough to be housed in a regular crib.