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What Causes Ice to Stick or Slip?

Winter's icy grip leads to dangerously slippery roads and flight delays as freezing conditions necessitate thorough de-icing. But what causes ice to stick or slip on surfaces? Scientists have taken the cold plunge to unravel the mysteries of ice.
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Discover How To Publish in High-Ranking Journals With Barbara Cheifet

Technology Networks invited chief editor at Nature Biotechnology, Barbara Cheifet, to an Ask Me Anything session to answer questions about the biggest challenges in scientific publishing and how to get work published in high-ranking journals.
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Eosinophils: Eosinophil Origin, Function and Related Conditions Including Eosinophilia

Immune cells come in many shapes and sizes and with numerous different properties. In this article, we consider what eosinophils are, how they are generated, their function in the body and medical conditions related to them, including eosinophilia.
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Meat Authenticity and Tackling Meat Fraud

Due to the horsemeat scandal that rocked the European food industry in 2013, the industry as a whole is now more prepared to tackle incidents of suspected fraud. This article explores the analytical tools used to authenticate meat and tackle meat fraud.
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Biotech and Pharma’s Carbon Impact: Insights From My Green Lab

Using data provided by Intercontinental Exchange, My Green Lab has produced a report providing key insights into the current state of the sector’s carbon emissions. James Connelly highlights some of the key findings and their significance.
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Add Another Dimension for Analytical Intention

Two-dimensional liquid chromatography (2D-LC) offers extra separation power for complex and challenging samples and now has an important place in industry as well academia thanks to important advances. But this is by no means the end of the story.
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Basophils: Basophil Function, Origin and Related Conditions

The immune system is made up of a host of specialized cell types, including basophils. In this article, we consider what basophils are, how they are generated, their function in the body and medical conditions related to them.
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TIMS: A New Dimension in Protein Analysis

This article explores application areas that are showing the most potential for this technology and illustrates how ML approaches are being applied to maximize its value.
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Your Lack of Sleep Is Hurting You

Chronic sleep disruption (CSD) has been shown to promote pain. Now, a team of scientists have shed light on some of the brain regions and signaling molecules that may be responsible, offering potential avenues for therapeutic investigation.
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Biologic Production and Host Cell Proteins

Host cell proteins can prove problematic for the development of novel biopharmaceuticals. This article will highlight some of the latest advances in host cell analysis strategies and how they are being implemented.
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