What Is Differential Scanning Calorimetry (DSC)?

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Malvern Instruments MicroCal DSC team introduce what Differential Scanning Calorimetry (DSC) is and why it is the gold standard in characterizing the stability of a protein or other biomolecules. The Malvern MicroCal team details how Differential Scanning Calorimetry (DSC) works and why you should be using it for testing protein stability.

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5 Predictions on the Future of R&D

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The R&D industry has been evolving for decades to make the process of discovering new compounds and formulations in the laboratory easier and more effective.

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Electrochemical HPLC Detection of Sugars in Foods and Beverages

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Ade Kujore talks about electrochemical HPLC analysis in food analysis.

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MFCS™-EZ: Microfluidic Flow Control System

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The MFCS™-EZ is a unique pressure-based flow controller for micro-fluidic and nano-fluidic applications.

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The Need for Speed

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Evaluating MALDI-TOF as a high-throughput screening technology for the pharmaceutical industry.

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Leaf-Inspired Continuous-Flow Photochemistry

Leaf-Inspired Continuous-Flow Photochemistry

Solar-powered photomicroreactor harnesses Sun's energy for continuous flow photoredox reactions.

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New Way to Identify the State and Fate of Individual Stem Cells Discovered

Scientists funded by the National Institutes of Health have developed a new way to identify the state and fate of individual stem cells earlier than previously possible

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Nanofibres Developed That Improve the Attachment of Bone Implants

Jani Holopainen of the Department of Chemistry at the University of Helsinki has developed processes for fibrous and thin-film bio-materials, that can be used as scaffolding for bone regeneration and in other bone implants.

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New Method That Should Enhance the Discovery of New Drugs and the Study of Proteins

A team of scientists at The Scripps Research Institute have developed a new method that enhances the discovery of new drugs and the study of proteins. The new method enables researchers to quickly find small molecules that bind to hundreds of thousands of proteins in their native cellular environment.

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