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Coronavirus: Food Safety Risk? Keeping You Up to Date

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With the coronavirus crisis in our midst and restaurants faced with developing new business models and adapting to wildly different demand patterns, it is vital that food service businesses keep abreast with the latest regulatory, safety, handling and labeling guidance.

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Cryo-EM Advances Are Good News for Drug Discovery

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Exciting recent developments are seeing cryo-EM compete with other structural biology techniques for resolution. We spoke to Raymond Schrijver from Thermo Fisher Scientific, about why cryo-EM is so important to drug discovery and ways in which the technique is becoming more accessible.

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Gene Therapy and Oligonucleotide Compendium

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This compendium aims to help you understand and overcome the challenges of oligonucleotide and gene therapies.

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Moving Ions Around Corners To Revolutionize Disease Detection and Biotherapeutic Development

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The study of proteins, lipids, metabolites and other related molecules are invaluable in early disease detection and biotherapeutic development. An innovative separation technology borne out of a US Federal Laboratory, known as structures for lossless ion manipulation, is helping scientists to achieving this.

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Asphalt Binder Converted Into Potentially Toxic Compounds by Sun and Rain

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Chemists have shown that asphalt binder, the glue that holds together the stones, sand and gravel in paved roads, when exposed to sun and water, leaches thousands of potentially toxic compounds into the environment.

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Radiation Sickness Could Be Detected in a Single Drop of Blood
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A new proof-of-concept study reports evidence that a new testing method has the potential to rapidly identify radiation sickness based on biomarkers measured through a single drop of blood.

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Researchers 3D Bioprint a Working Heart Pump
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In a groundbreaking new study, researchers at the University of Minnesota have 3D printed a functioning centimeter-scale human heart pump in the lab.

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“Common Cold” Coronaviruses Could Help Produce Anti-SARS-CoV-2 Immune Cells
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Researchers examining immune cells produced against coronaviruses have uncovered a wealth of information about how this critical aspect of immunity could fight off COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus SARS-CoV-2. The new study provides hope that some immune responses to SARS-CoV-2 could be long-lasting.

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A Fusion of Proteomic Practices: The Indisputable Complementarity of "Bottom-up" and "Top-down" Approaches

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In this article, we explore the two principal tracks that are used to identify and characterize proteins by mass spectrometry – "bottom-up" and "top-down" proteomics.

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The Coronavirus Outbreak
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On December 31, 2019, the first cases of a novel coronavirus were identified in Wuhan City, Hubei Province, China. Here, we curate a collection of news and content related to the outbreak.

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Keep Up-to-date With COVID-19 Vaccine Development
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Technology Networks is committed to keeping you updated with the latest research in this space. In this article, you'll find a curation of our latest COVID-19 vaccine-related content.

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Simulating the Brain: The Markram Interviews
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The EPFL Blue Brain Project (BBP) is a Swiss National Research Infrastructure project which has spent the last 15 years trying to advance the cause of simulation neuroscience. Through successes and headwinds, the BBP has been led since inception by Professor Henry Markram. The first part of our exclusive interview series with Markram is an introduction to simulation neuroscience. Read it now.

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