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Part 9: CUTV News Radio Welcomes Back Dr. Paul J. Pearce of Nova Biologicals

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Conroe, TX - Paul J. Pearce is a success for many reasons. It starts with his technical abilities as a scientist fascinated by microbes, but he brings many other skills to his work. He also possesses business acumen, entrepreneurial vision, and a passion for humanity. He has certainly accomplished that as the founder and chief officer of Nova Biologicals, an established and growing leader in quality laboratory testing services.

Back in 1993, Dr. Pearce had the skills and foresight to address the vast need for public drinking water testing and has expanded the company’s range of laboratory testing services ever since. They still test water for contaminants and chemicals. With sensitivity and foresight, Nova Biologicals has moved into other areas of testing that impact human safety and health, such as the presence of Legionella, pharmaceutical development, or the pathogens that spread food-borne illnesses.

There is nothing Dr. Pearce and his team of scientists enjoy more than a challenge and they are always getting involved in new projects. In this next part of his 12-episode radio series, Dr. Pearce is going to discuss some of these initiatives, such as one aimed at stemming the transfer of microbes like Norovirus. Another cutting-edge initiative he will talk about is related to the sterility of stem cells proposed as a non-surgical alternative to treat rotator cuff problems.

While they stay pretty close to their Texas roots and have an outstanding reputation across the south, Nova Biologicals can meet client needs anywhere and welcomes inquiries from all types of industries and locations. They love to disseminate information, meet problems head on, and create change, particularly when it can benefit society.

For more information about Dr. Pearce, visit http://www.novatx.com

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