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Reimagining Micro and Macro Chemical Workflows for Improved Communication

Webinar

This webinar will highlight various stages in micro and macro chemical workflows where employing integrated chemistry databases, drawing tools, and other “tricks of the trade” can help streamline and improve the accuracy of your published research.

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Innate vs Adaptive Immunity

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The immune system is essential to protect us from potentially harmful invaders, and when it weakens or fails it leaves our body vulnerable to attack. Swift responses are essential but equally important are targeted reactions, therefore all aspects of the immune response must be carefully co-ordinated.

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Working to Keep Drinking Water Safe

Blog

Official limits are in place regarding the levels of a multitude of substances that are deemed to be safe and acceptable in drinking water, but to fulfill these requirements analysts need the tools to enable them to do this. We spoke to Yan Liu, and Katariina Majamaa from Thermo Fisher Scientific about their new columns designed to enable rapid separations of contaminants prior to analysis using ion chromatography-mass spectrometry (IC-MS).

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The Evolution of Proteomics - Professor Emanuel Petricoin

Article

This week's instalment of "The Evolution of Proteomics" features an interview with Emanuel Petricoin. Dedicating his career to driving the clinical proteomics field forward, Petricoin's research focuses on the development of cutting-edge microproteomic technologies, identifying and discovering biomarkers for early disease detection and creating nanotechnology tools for analyte detection, drug delivery and monitoring.

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Uncovering the Function of Liver Cancer Genes in Mini-organs

News

Scientists have developed a human model in which they use organoids, or mini organs, to study the function of specific genes that are mutated in liver cancer.

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Neurogenesis Persists in Aged Adults and Alzheimer’s Disease Patients
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In a new study from the University of Illinois at Chicago, researchers examining post-mortem brain tissue from people ages 79 to 99 found that new neurons continue to form well into old age.

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Proof It’s Possible to Enhance or Suppress Memories: Mice Study
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BU neuroscientist shows that stimulating different parts of the brain can dial up or down a specific memory’s emotional oomph.

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Review: Did Leonardo da Vinci Have ADHD?
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Professor Marco Catani suggests the best explanation for Leonardo da Vinci's inability to finish his works is that the great artist may have had Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder.

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MeTooSTEM: A Mission to End Sexual Harassment in STEM

Article

In the wake of the "Me Too" (or #MeToo) movement, a spotlight has been cast on an additional obstacle that deters many individuals, particularly women, from working in STEM – the astonishingly high incidence of sexual harassment. In this article, we look at the extent of the issue and speak with some of the women that are working tirelessly to combat sexual harassment in STEM through a variety of organizations.

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The Evolution of Proteomics - Dr Richard Scheltema
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Richard Scheltema is an assistant professor at Utrecht University where he heads up the Scheltema laboratory within the wider context of the group of Albert Heck. The research group focuses on mass spectrometry (MS) based structural proteomics, for which they develop advanced liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry (LC-MS/MS) platforms and analysis software.

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Native Mass Spectrometry: A Glimpse Into the Machinations of Biology
Article

The question perhaps is not when native mass spectrometry can be used; but rather, when can’t it be used? Today, the applications are broad-reaching and diverse. This article shares insights from innovators in the field who have helped establish this incredibly useful analytical technique.

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Next-Generation Sequencing (NGS): Stimulating the Next Generation of Cancer Diagnostics and Treatment
Article

The "molecular age" of cancer research is here, thanks to advances in next generation sequencing (NGS) which have catalyzed progress in countless areas of cancer research. Find out about the latest studies where NGS is improving our ability to detect cancer, match the best drugs to patients, and monitor treatment success.

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