NMR Spectroscopy: A Brief Guide

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Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy is a non-destructive analytical technique that enables interrogation of the nature and structure of organic compounds. It is proving an invaluable tool in food provenance investigation and recent advances to improve analysis speed and sensitivity look set to continue this trend.

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Lipidomics Opens Doors to Understanding Stem Cell Differentiation

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It has long been known that the fats we consume in our diet can have an impact on our health. However, their implications on cell differentiation has not previously been understood. We spoke to Professor Ilya Levental about his group's exciting work in this field, the role of lipidomics and how this may affect the future of healthcare.

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Explore Big Data At The Speed Of Thought

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See how interactive dashboards, predictive analytics and workflows designed for scientific data can help your organization create a complete picture of what’s happening, in real time.

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LabTube TV meets Elizabeth Admirand, Epizyme

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Elizabeth Admirand, Principal Research Scientist, discusses how entering the clinical stage drove changes to Epizyme's sample management systems for compounds and biologics.

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A Global Collaborative ELN: Signals Notebook

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The world of science is changing faster than ever, and scientists need an electronic lab notebook with the power and flexibility to change with it. PerkinElmer’s new Signals Notebook web-based ELN (watch the video) also delivers an effective scientific research data management solution.

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Reading on Electronic Devices Hinders Understanding of Scientific Concepts

Reading on Electronic Devices Hinders Understanding of Scientific Concepts

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In a study, a group of adult readers who frequently used electronic devices were significantly less successful on a reading comprehension test after reading several scientific articles compared to those who used those devices less frequently.

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Blueprints for Anti-cancer Drugs Identified in Bacterial Genomes
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Scientists have now brought the family of LNM molecules even closer to clinical testing by “mining” the information stored in bacteria genomes. Their research suggests these hidden genes hold the blueprints for designing new, even more effective cancer-targeting compounds.

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New Automated Screening Method for Identifying Drug Candidates
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Scientists at DESY have developed a new method that enables automated and fast screening of promising drug candidates.

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Atomic Structure of 'Cold' Receptor Uncovered Aiding Therapeutic Targeting
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A team of researchers have made the first determination of the atomic structure of Transient Receptor Potential Melastatin 8. This finding should boost ongoing efforts by scientists to target TRPM8 therapeutically.

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