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Lab Scale Manufacturing Using Continuous Crystallization
A new METTLER TOLEDO On-demand webinar explores recent research that could revolutionize pharmaceutical production.
Cornell's ERL Research Supports New X-ray Laser
Scientists have developed a groundbreaking new synchrotron X-ray technology.
Scientists Uncover Bacterial War Tactics
The discovery paves the way for new drugs to fight bacterial infections.
‘Big Science’ uncovers another piece in the Alzheimer’s puzzle
Evidence found of the possible cause of brain-cell-damaging toxic iron.
Mosquitoes Resistant to DDT Also Resistant to Mosquito Net Insecticide
Understanding how resistance works will help to develop tests, stopping resistance genes from spreading amongst mosquito populations.
Curves Alter Crystallization
Curved surfaces can dramatically alter the shape of crystals as they form, a previously unseen phenomenon.
A Crisper View of DNA-Snipping Enzyme
HHMI scientists have created a portrait of a DNA-snipping protein called Cas9, a powerful research tool used in many labs for genome editing.
Swiss Cheese Crystal, or High-Tech Sponge?
The remarkable properties of a new, porous material could lead to advances in microscopic sponging
Scientists Solve 40-year Mystery of How Sodium Controls Opioid Brain Signaling
The findings pave way for new therapies for treating pain and mood disorders.
Tricky Protein May Help HIV Vaccine Development
Researchers have determined the structure of a key part of the HIV envelope protein, the gp41 membrane proximal external region, which previously eluded detailed structural description.
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