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Molecular Shuttle Speeds Up Hydrogen Production
Latest experiments with semiconductor nanocrystals succeed in significantly increasing the yield of hydrogen.
New Material Could Enhance Fast and Accurate DNA Sequencing
Nanopores in the material MoS2 sequence DNA more accurately, quickly and inexpensively.
Heart Molecule Discovery Could Lead to Effective Treatment for Heart Failure
Researchers have discovered a previously unknown cardiac molecule that could provide a key to treating, and preventing, heart failure.
A New World of Forensic Analysis
UTS forensic biology expert Peter Gunn believes that RNA analysis has the potential to reveal much more from a crime scene sample than DNA.
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Continuous Flow Multi-Step Organic Synthesis - Methods and Applications
Tim Jamison, Professor at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, speaking at Flow Chemistry Congress.
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