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How Did Climate Change Help Turn the Sky Orange?

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Why was the West Coast sky bright orange? ACS Reactions break down the Mars-like haze and how climate change is involved.

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Entris®️ II Laboratory Balances

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Whether you need to perform common weighing procedures or run dedicated laboratory applications, Entris®️ II will give you the best of both. It provides 12 built-in applications as standard features. They provide built-in applications with GLP | GMP Compliant Printout and Data Output.

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The Close to Home Issue of Humidifiers and Indoor Air Quality

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We have all heard about air pollution and how it can be detrimental to our health, the deterioration of air quality caused by factories, cars, and energy production. But there may be a source of air pollution in your home that you weren't expecting.

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Developing a New Staging System for Prostate Cancer

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Researchers are developing and validating a novel staging system to better predict outcomes and inform treatment decisions for men diagnosed with non-metastatic prostate cancer.

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Evidence for a DNA Methylation Signature of ASD in Cord Blood
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A new study led by UC Davis MIND Institute researchers found a distinct DNA methylation signature in the cord blood of newborns who were eventually diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). This signature mark spanned DNA regions and genes linked to early fetal neurodevelopment. The findings may hold clues for early diagnosis and intervention.

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State-of-the-Art AI Methods Used To Study Alzheimer’s
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A massive problem like Alzheimer's disease --which affects nearly 50 million people worldwide--requires bold solutions. New funding expected to total $17.8 million, awarded to USC's Mark and Mary Stevens Neuroimaging Informatics Institute and its collaborators, is one key piece of that puzzle.

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Like Humans, Aging Chimpanzees Value Friendship and Company
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Old friends get together to relax, share meals, and trust and support each other. In the latter part of life, these friendships are highly valued. Recent research shows this happens in chimpanzees as well as humans.

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What Happens in the Brain During Amnesia?

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Memory’s absence, amnesia, has profound implications for brain function and has been recognized as a neurological disorder for centuries. The neural underpinnings of amnesia remain a contentious and hotly debated topic. This article will examine these debates and the remaining challenges involved in understanding the neurobiological basis of amnesia.

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Repurposing and Combining Drugs – An Effective Cancer Treatment Strategy
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Dr Robert Nagourney is having success investigating whether a unique combination of existing and approved cancer drugs might be more effective compared to “off-the-shelf” treatments. Technology Networks recently had the pleasure of speaking with Nagourney to learn more about his work focused on repurposing drugs. He discusses the challenges and benefits of exploring new uses for drugs that are outside the scope of their original indication.

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Stay Up-to-Date With COVID-19 Drug Development
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Whilst the world waits for an effective COVID-19 vaccine to be developed, researchers are working tirelessly to design new drugs and repurpose existing drugs against the novel coronavirus SARS-CoV-2.

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Using Analytical Chemistry To Put an End to Corked Wine
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The sound when the cork “pops” out of the bottle is satisfying isn’t it? But what disappointment if at that very first sip the off flavors of a faulty wine hit your tongue. In this article we are going to focus on cork taint, what it is, how analysts detect it and ways to prevent it.

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