Chemists Tie Tightest Knot Ever!

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Scientists at The University of Manchester have produced the most tightly knotted physical structure ever known – a scientific achievement which has the potential to create a new generation of advanced materials.

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Low Temperature Condenser Enhances Evaporation & Lyophilisation Results

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The Series 3 HT Evaporator from Genevac sets a new benchmark for enhanced evaporation and lyophilisation results.

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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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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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The Rise of Salivary Diagnostics

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An interview with Dr. David Wong, Felix & Mildred Yip Professor and Director of the Center for Oral/Head & Neck Oncology Research at University of California Los Angeles.

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Using Nanotechnology To Analyse Catalysis

Using Nanotechnology To Analyse Catalysis

Researchers at the Paul Scherrer Institute, Villigen and the ETH, Zurich, have combined to clarify the hydrogen spillover effect.

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Artificial Silk Made from Whey Protein

Scientists spin artificial silk from whey protein X-ray study throws light on key process for production

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Collagen Peptides Isolated from an 80-Million-Year-Old Brachylophosaurus

Collagen peptides have been isolated from an 80-million-year-old Brachylophosaurus using mass spectrometry

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Nanoscience and Magnetic Fields Used in Biochemical Tests

Cutting-edge nanoscience has been combined with a magnetic phenomenon discovered more than 170 years ago to create a method for speedy medical tests. The discovery, if commercialized, could lead to faster test results for HIV, Lyme disease, syphilis, rotavirus and other infectious conditions.

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