Citizen Neuroscience: People Power Increase Brain Mapping Speed

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Neuroscience has a data problem. Citizen neuroscientists can learn to analyze neuronal morphology data and overcome bottle-necks in data analysis.

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8 Stories of Lab Safety Gone Wrong

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Read about eight incidents from which we can all learn important lessons about lab safety.

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Behind the Science, S2 Ep4: Amino acid analysis with Tom Wheat

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Meet the maestro who has combined the right analytical technologies into the perfect orchestra for AAA: Dr. Thomas Wheat.

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Understanding the Cellular Systems that Hold Back the Spread of Cancer
Understanding the Cellular Systems that Hold Back the Spread of Cancer
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Scientists have uncovered how cells are kept in the right place as the body develops, which may shed light on what causes invasive cancer cells to migrate.

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Brain Regions Implicated in Mental Disorders Influenced by Neanderthal Genes
Brain Regions Implicated in Mental Disorders Influenced by Neanderthal Genes
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Findings indicate that the more a person’s genome carries genetic vestiges of Neanderthals, the more certain parts of his or her brain and skull resemble those of humans’ evolutionary cousins that went extinct 40,000 years ago.

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3,000-Year-Old Textiles Are Earliest Evidence of Chemical Dyeing
3,000-Year-Old Textiles Are Earliest Evidence of Chemical Dyeing
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Discovery provides insight into society and copper production in the Timna region at the time of David and Solomon.

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Steaming Fish Eliminates More Cyanotoxins Than Boiling
Steaming Fish Eliminates More Cyanotoxins Than Boiling
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Utilizing UHPLC researchers have shown that steaming freshwater fish for more than two minutes reduces the presence of the cyanotoxin, cylindrospermopsin, by up to 26% compared to 18% for boiling.

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Tiny “Tornado” Boosts Performance of Electrospray Ionization Mass Spectrometry
Tiny “Tornado” Boosts Performance of Electrospray Ionization Mass Spectrometry
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Known as Dry Ion Localization and Locomotion (DRILL), the new device creates a swirling flow that can separate electrospray droplets depending on their size.

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Agilent Technologies Presents Thought Leader Award to Dr. Ram Sasisekharan
Agilent Technologies Presents Thought Leader Award to Dr. Ram Sasisekharan
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Agilent Technologies awards Dr. Ram Sasisekharan with the Agilent Thought Leader Award in recognition of his contributions in the field of biologics characterization.

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