CJC-1295 is a tetrasubstituted 30-amino acid peptide hormone, primarily functioning as a growth hormone releasing hormone (GHRH) analog. It was developed by a small Canadian biotech firm, called ConjuChem in the mid-2000’s. Read more about CJC-1295 in infographic below:
The infographic “What makes Facebook Social Games so popular?” shows some very insightful stats from great authorities on social media and online games without forgetting the visual aspect of it.
Despite strong sales, is the iPhone the leading smartphone or the leading mobile device in the world? As the smartphone war continues to heat up with the introduction of new Android-powered devices, the smartphone market share can look different from quarter to quarter. What will an iPhone, BlackBerry, and Android owner buy next for their […]
The American Motorcycle Association estimated after a 1947 riot incident at Hollister, California, that 99% of motorcyclists were law abiding — the other 1% were outlaws deserving scrutiny from the FBI and the government.
The most popular websites, topic and users on Digg in the last month.
Here’s a visualisation of time travel plots in various films and TV programs. This is a straight data visualisation, rather than information design. That is, it’s not particularly useful, nor useable, nor meaningful.