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Innovative Ways We’re Cleaning Up the Ocean and How You Can Help

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A whopping 8 million metric tons of plastic is found in seas and oceans every year, which is bad news for marine species. Learn about some of the innovative inventions that are combating our ocean trash.

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Plastic Hangover - Charlie Rolsky & Rolf Halden - TEDxASU

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Dr Halden and his graduate student Charlie discuss our societal addiction to plastic and how YOU can make a difference.

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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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Understanding How Cisplatin Chemotherapy Causes Neuronal Damage

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Researchers have shown that Cisplatin induces senescence of peripheral neurons through overexpression of the p21 protein, which would explain the neuropathy associated with this treatment.

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Genetic Variant Associated With Severe COVID-19 Is Inherited From Neanderthals
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A new study published in Nature suggests that a segment of DNA that has been linked to an increased risk of developing severe COVID-19 is inherited from Neanderthal ancestors.

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Sleep Apnea Risk Varies Between Two Types of Epilepsy
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People with generalized epilepsy who have seizures arising from both sides of the brain simultaneously, have a higher risk of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) compared to patients who have focal epilepsy where seizures emanate from one area of the brain, according to a Rutgers study.

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Artificial Neural Network Investigates How Decision Making Is Altered in Schizophrenia
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Scientists have built a computer 'brain circuit', or artificial neural network, that mirrors human decision-making processes and sheds light on how circuits might be altered in psychiatric diseases, a new study published today in eLife reports.

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Pushing the Envelope: Subcellular and High-Throughput Cell Imaging

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As microscopes have improved, so too has their resolution and their ability to image cellular substructure, even down to the single-molecule level. Researchers can now investigate the carefully orchestrated trafficking and interaction of organelles, cargo, and biomolecules that sustain cellular life.

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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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The Route to Compliance: How to Ensure Regulatory Compliance in GxP Laboratories
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Ensuring both data integrity and regulatory compliance are imperative when working in any GxP regulated environment. In this article, automation expert Bob McDowall explains how assessing your lab's workflows, identifying weaknesses and implementing digital solutions can streamline processes and make regulatory compliance an easier goal.

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Prokaryotes vs Eukaryotes: What Are the Key Differences?
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Every living organism falls into one of two groups: eukaryotes or prokaryotes. Cellular structure determines which group an organism belongs to. In this article, we will explain in detail what prokaryotes and eukaryotes are and outline the differences between the two.

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