You can actually learn chords quickly with a variety of exercises and videos on youtube if you have a youtube channel.
For more guitar chord videos and exercises, check out my blog at The Guitar Player’s Academy.
Do any of your chords have an easy to read tab?
Yes, there are some free tabs to download on my main page.
Do any of your chords have a hard to read tab?
No, the tabs for all the chords that come with the download are really easy to read.
How can I build a chord solo in only 1-4 weeks?
I’ve written a comprehensive chord song form tutorial on my YouTube page.
Can you write chord lyrics so I can understand them in real time?
Yes, just visit my YouTube page of my free guitar chord lyrics and listen to my lessons.
What songs do you use to learn these chords?
My free guitar chords on YouTube channel are always updated with all the new songs that I come across on YouTube. The songs include:
A team led by the University of California, Irvine (UCI), has developed a new way to deliver medicine and vaccines using nanoparticles.
In an announcement made in collaboration with the California NanoSystems Institute (CNSI) at UCI, the team reported that they demonstrated for the first time that by injecting drugs, in a form that can be absorbed by the tiny target molecules, they could effectively deliver a nanoparticle containing a drug directly into the bloodstream without needing to administer a large volume to a targeted area, thus enabling more effective drug delivery.
The team used a nanoparticle that can travel through the whole blood volume with no resistance, the team explained, and that can be incorporated into nanoparticles that are larger than the human blood cells, making them more efficient at delivering drugs. They combined nanoparticles with a liquid that was designed to make the medicine more effective in reaching the target. Because the nanoparticles are coated with a drug and transported through the nanoparticles, drugs can be absorbed into the bloodstream, enabling them to achieve the drug delivery rates of smaller, nanoparticles.
“By using a novel delivery method, we were able to provide therapeutic doses of drugs using nanoscale delivery in an integrated nanoparticle delivery system and to achieve the delivery rates of nano-sized drugs with smaller delivery volumes than in other drug delivery systems,” says study co-author Xiaozhong Tang, professor at UC