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How Are Scientists Tackling Difficult Drinking Water Contaminants?

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For some drinking water contaminants, ordinary treatments are not enough. In this article, we explore how researchers are applying advances throughout the scientific field to tackle some of the most complex challenges in managing drinking water contamination.

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Air Pollution Over China Dropped in January, Rebounding in March - Satellite Data

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A drop in nitrogen dioxide emissions correlated to the nationwide quarantine in China in January 2020. Two months later the emissions are increasing.

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COVID-19 – Accelerating Vaccine Development and Manufacturing

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Technology Networks spoke with Dr Paul Hodgson, Associate Director of Business Development at VIDO-InterVac to learn more about their experience working with coronaviruses, the organization's manufacturing facilities, and the other antivirals and therapeutics they are currently testing in relation to COVID-19.

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Testimonial: Use of Rotavapors for Drug Discovery and Formulation in Academic Research

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Dr. Fabiana Quaglia, Associate Professor of Pharmaceutical Technology at the Faculty of Pharmacy–University of Napoli Federico II, Italy discusses how reliability and smart features of the rotary evaporator, Rotavapor® R-300, let her easily evaporate solvents in particle production for cancer and cystic fibrosis drug development and formulation.

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Tackling Nitrate Pollution A "Greener" Way

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Scientists have found a catalyst that efficiently transforms nitrate into nitrite—an environmentally important reaction—without requiring high temperature or acidity, and now have identified the mechanism that makes this efficiency possible.

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"Smart Toilet" Monitors for Signs of Disease
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A disease-detecting “precision health” toilet can sense multiple signs of illness through automated urine and stool analysis, a new Stanford study reports.

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Robotic Platform Developed for Dementia Research Set to Boost COVID-19 Testing Capability
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A robotic testing platform developed in just nine days by UK DRI researchers could substantially increase the UK’s capacity to test people for coronavirus.

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Cell Muscle Movements Visualized for the First Time
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The movements of cell muscles in the form of tiny filaments of proteins have been visualized at unprecedented detail by University of Warwick scientists.

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Targeting the Tumor Microenvironment

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In this article, we learn why it’s not just the tumor itself that needs to be targeted and hear about research that aims to exploit the tumor microenvironment.

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Vaccine and Drug Development for COVID-19 – When the Cure Becomes the Problem
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The COVID-19 pandemic is happening in an age of social media where there is an expectation that the development of treatments should proceed and succeed as quickly as instant messaging. However, in reality, vaccines takes an average of two to five years to develop, and care must be taken in re-purposing existing drugs.

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The Coronavirus Outbreak
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On December 31, 2019, the first cases of a novel coronavirus were identified in Wuhan City, Hubei Province, China. Here, we curate a collection of news and content related to the outbreak.

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How Access to Telehealth Is Increasing Across the US During COVID-19
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Telehealth has been a part of the medical field for several decades, but its use is markedly increasing with the advent of the COVID-19 outbreak. In this article, we look at how government regulations are relaxing at a federal and state level to make this new technology the norm.

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