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Web-Based Digital Sample Management

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DP5 from Ziath is a versatile web-based software product that allows scientists to directly read 2D-barcoded tubes and thereby quickly and accurately log sample identity at their point of storage or retrieval.

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Protecting Precious Laboratory & Clinical Samples

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Protecting precious samples during storage and transportation is an essential final step for a wide range of laboratory and clinical applications.

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Colorful, Magnetic Janus Balls Could Help Foil Counterfeiters

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Anti-counterfeiting tags to help identify knockoffs of popular handbags, shoes and other items are in high demand. Now, researchers reporting in ACS Nano have developed tiny, two-sided “Janus balls” that show their colored side under a magnetic field. ACS’ Headline Science shows how these microparticles could help foil counterfeiters.

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How a Mass Spectrometer Works, Types of Instrumentation and Interpreting Mass Spectral Data

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Mass spectrometry (MS) is a key techniques in analytical chemistry and plays a role in many varied aspects of day-to-day life. In this article, we take a look at the fundamentals of MS, how it works, variations that can be used at each stage of the process and how they can be combined to suit different sample types or analytical questions.

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Mass Analyzers for Mass Spectrometry

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At the heart of any mass spectrometer is the mass analyzer. This component takes the ionized masses and separates them based on their mass-to-charge ratio (m/z). In this article, we consider some of the common types of mass analyzers, their advantages and disadvantages.

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Esophageal Cancers Resurrect Ancient Retroviruses Embedded in Our Genome

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Scientists have discovered that many esophageal cancers turn on ancient viral DNA that was embedded in our genome hundreds of millions of years ago.

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The Weirdness of Our Dreams Could Explain Their Function, Suggests New Theory
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A new theory that takes inspiration from artificial intelligence has suggested that the weirdness of dreams is essential to their purpose.

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Songbird Forebrain Circuits Mirror Those Seen in Mammals
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Neuroscientists have examined neurons in a songbird's forebrain and have discovered a landscape of physiology, auditory coding and network roles that mirrored those in the brains of mammals.

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Zona Incerta Is Identified as the Site of Curiosity in the Brain
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Researchers have discovered a new brain circuit underlying curiosity and novelty-seeking behavior.

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Three Psychology Experiments That Pushed the Limit of Ethics

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We examine three studies that psuhed the limits of what experimental scientists can consider ethical in the wake of the Deep Time experiment's conclusion.

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Teach Me in 10 Hub Page
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At Technology Networks we understand the importance of time. That's why we've launched Teach Me in 10 a video series that challenges scientists to present and summarize their research area, a scientific concept, or technology in ten minutes or less.

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Unintended Consequences: The Risks of Vacating COVID-19 Vaccine Patents
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In this op-ed piece, Michael S. Kinch, director of the Centers for Research Innovation in Biotechnology and Drug Discovery at Washington University in St. Louis, explores the issue of eliminating patent protection for COVID-19 vaccines.

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Toxicity Studies in Vaccine Clinical Development and Registration
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Before the safety and efficacy of a new vaccine can be evaluated in a Phase I clinical trial with human subjects, it must first undergo non-clinical safety evaluation in animal models. This article explores the full process.

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