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What You Need To Know About Vitamin B12

What is vitamin B12? How do we define vitamin B12 deficiency? And what does the latest research tell us about the importance of vitamin B12?
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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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Explore the World of PFAS With Dr. Carol Kwiatkowski

Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) are widely used and persist in the environment and the human body for extended periods. Technology Networks invited Dr. Carol Kwiatkowski to an Ask Me Anything session to answer your questions about PFAS and their impact on human health.
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Integrating Sustainability Into the Lab With Martin Farley

Martin Farley, sustainable research adviser at UCL and director of Green Lab Associates, was invited to Technology Networks’ Ask Me Anything session to answer your questions about the future of sustainability in research and laboratory practices.
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Unraveling the Secrets of Spider Silk

Spider silk is a remarkable material, offering high tensile strength and natural elasticity. In this article, learn how a group of scientists are currently exploring its untapped potential in medical and materials science.
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What Are We Still Learning About Ancient Pathogens and Diseases?

Insight into the history of human–pathogen interactions, how different societies responded to disease and the origin of pathogens supports our understanding of human health and evolution. We explore what we're still learning about ancient pathogens and diseases.
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The Future of Digital Health With Professor Michael Snyder

Professor Michael Snyder performed the first longitudinal detailed integrative personal omics profile and used this to assess disease risk and monitor disease states. Technology Networks invited Snyder to an Ask Me Anything session to answer your questions about the future of digital health.

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Feeding Tomorrow: Exploring the Next Frontier in Food

Our food system is at a pivotal moment; there is enormous potential for innovation to unlock more healthy, accessible and sustainable diets for all, but we are simultaneously facing huge global challenges.
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Addressing the Question of Nutritional Equivalence in Future Foods

Many avenues are being explored to feed the population. While the likes of cellular agriculture still provide consumers with animal cells and the nutritional value they convey, the same cannot necessarily be said for their plant-based counterparts.
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An Introduction to Bayesian Statistics

Bayesian statistics has emerged as a powerful methodology for making decisions from data in the applied sciences. Bayesian brings a new way of thinking to statistics, in how it deals with probability, uncertainty and drawing inferences from an analysis.