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Answer the challenges of CDS Data integrity - Sterling Pharma Solutions Ltd

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Data integrity continues to be a hot topic for the regulatory agencies in the pharmaceutical industry.

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Reimagining Micro and Macro Chemical Workflows for Improved Communication

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This webinar will highlight various stages in micro and macro chemical workflows where employing integrated chemistry databases, drawing tools, and other “tricks of the trade” can help streamline and improve the accuracy of your published research.

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The End of the Error – How Barcode Systems Are Improving Efficiency in Labs

Article

A key challenge facing biotechnology and pharmaceutical laboratories is how they can reduce mislabeling errors, which can be difficult to spot and have a huge impact on a research project. In this article, Steve Yemm, CEO at digital science and lab informatics company BioData, looks at how barcode labeling can help cut out errors, reduce costs, and increase efficiency in the lab.

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A Better Lifecycle for Analytical Methods?

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Hovione, a global contract development and manufacturing organization, has adopted method lifecycle management techniques (MLCM) for its chromatographic and detection. We sat down with Hovione’s Principal Analytical Chemist of Analytical Development, Antonio Ramos and Waters Corporation’s Principal Consulting Scientist Dr Paula Hong to discuss MLCM.

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Supercomputer Helps Digitally Preserve Destroyed Syrian Temple

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Archaeology researchers are benefitting from the University’s first high performance computing (HPC) system. Revolutionising the capacity for data collation, the HPC cluster enables the archaeological team to effectively preserve endangered or destroyed heritage across the world, the Temple of Bel in Palmyra, Kathmandu and Notre Dame.

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Superefficient Data-storage Devices Could Power Future Computers
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Researchers have achieved material magnetization switching on the shortest timescales, at a minimal energy cost, thus creating a prototype of energy-efficient data storage devices.

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Smartphone App Can Hear Ear Infections in Children
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The app sends sound waves into the ear and measures how the sound waves change as they bounce off the eardrum. Different sounds reflect the amount of fluid build-up, which occurs during ear infections – the most common reason for parents bringing their children to a pediatrician.

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Octopus "Suckers" Inspire New Wearable Sensors
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Octopus “suckers" are the inspiration for the development of a new graphene-based adhesive biosensor that could prove more robust than previous technology.

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The Evolution of Proteomics - Dr Richard Scheltema
Article

Richard Scheltema is an assistant professor at Utrecht University where he heads up the Scheltema laboratory within the wider context of the group of Albert Heck. The research group focuses on mass spectrometry (MS) based structural proteomics, for which they develop advanced liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry (LC-MS/MS) platforms and analysis software.

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MeTooSTEM: A Mission to End Sexual Harassment in STEM
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In the wake of the "Me Too" (or #MeToo) movement, a spotlight has been cast on an additional obstacle that deters many individuals, particularly women, from working in STEM – the astonishingly high incidence of sexual harassment. In this article, we look at the extent of the issue and speak with some of the women that are working tirelessly to combat sexual harassment in STEM through a variety of organizations.

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The Evolution of Proteomics - Professor Emanuel Petricoin
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This week's instalment of "The Evolution of Proteomics" features an interview with Emanuel Petricoin. Dedicating his career to driving the clinical proteomics field forward, Petricoin's research focuses on the development of cutting-edge microproteomic technologies, identifying and discovering biomarkers for early disease detection and creating nanotechnology tools for analyte detection, drug delivery and monitoring.

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The First Winners of the LEA
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The Lipidomics Excellence Award (LEA) was founded to strengthen life sciences through lipidomics. After reviewing the many high-quality submitted projects, the LEA jury has announced the three awardees.

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Before the Storm: How Supercomputers Can Provide Better Weather and Tornado Forecasts
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Severe weather events like tornadoes can cause a huge volume of death and property damage, with little prior notice. Now, a team of researchers are the first to directly use radiance data from a new geostationary weather satellite to help improve the warning time given for tornadoes. This article discovers how their research is harnessing the power of supercomputers to help save lives and improve safety during extreme weather events.

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The Evolution of Proteomics - Dr Evangelia Petsalaki
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Dr Evangelia Petsalaki is a Group Leader at the European Bioinformatics Group, where her research team study human cell signaling in health and disease conditions. Collaborating with teams specializing in MS, imaging and cell biology, their aim is to make both predictive and conditional models so they can anticipate what might happen in a biological network under different conditions.

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