The term innovation derives from the Latin innovatio, the noun of action from innovare. The word first came into modern use in 1540 and stems from the Latin innovatus, pp. of innovare "to renew or change," from in- "into" + novus "new".
Saturday, 9 July 2011
An actor's favourite chemical? As you might expect from a per-acid, it's a very strong oxidising agent, and always puts on a great per-formance!