Trust Your Science: How does carbon load on a column relate to retention?

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In this episode of Trust Your Science, we take a look at the impact the percent carbon value has on chromatographic retention, to prove or disprove if there truly is a correlation between the two.

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5 Contributions HeLa Cells Have Made to Science

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This list highlights five of the remarkable contributions that HeLa cells have made to science and medicine.

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CO2 Shortage Highlights that It’s Not Always the Bad Guy

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Say the words “carbon dioxide” to many people and often the first connotations that come to mind are negative things like emissions and global warming. Many governments around the globe are going to great lengths to reduce harmful emissions, including carbon dioxide (CO2), which remain worryingly high. However, believe it or not, a CO2 shortage is currently causing havoc in many areas of the food and beverage industry.

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Learning About Parkinson's Research with Dr. Nicole Polinski

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In this excerpt from the weekly Neuro Show, Adam and Xandrina interview Dr. Nicole Polinski from the Michael J. Fox Foundation to learn about the current state of Parkinson's Disease (PD) research.

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The Complex Sugarcane Genome is Decoded

The Complex Sugarcane Genome is Decoded

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Sugarcane, the last unsequenced major cultivated plant, has had its genome decoded. Overcoming the sugarcane genome's extreme complexity, the research means it will now be possible to "modernize" the methods used to breed sugarcane varieties.

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The Secret Life of Lobster
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In today’s hyper-connected world, a growing number of nations are acting as “middlemen” in the supply chain, making it increasingly difficult to trace where seafood goes.

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An Orange a Day Keeps Vision Condition Away
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A new study has shown that people who regularly eat oranges are less likely to develop macular degeneration than people who do not eat oranges.

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Availability of Brain Tumor Surgery Dye Increases for NHS Patients
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A chemical dye that lights up brain tumours during surgery should be available to more NHS patients in England, according to the National Institute for Health and Care and Excellence (NICE).

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Why are the Life Sciences Lagging in AI Development?

Why are the Life Sciences Lagging in AI Development?

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A recent survey conducted by not-for-profit group The Pistoia Alliance highlighted that nearly three-quarters of life science professionals interviewed think that their sector is lagging behind other industries in the development of AI. We discuss the survey results, what they mean for the life sciences field, and how the field can speed up AI development with Dr Nick Lynch, a consultant at the Pistoia Alliance.

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Strawberry’s Properties are More than Skin Deep
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Everyone loves a perfectly ripe strawberry, right? They count towards your five a day and contain important nutrients, vitamins and antioxidants. But what if science could help breeders make them even better?

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Forensic Analysis Reveals Links Between Sources of Illicit Cannabis
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Genetic variations have been used to link cannabis samples to geographical areas of origin, providing insight into the plant's history and possible distribution.

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Where the Grass is Greener: Novel Solvents for the Environmentally Friendly Extraction of Phytocannabinoids
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As the demand for cannabis analysis grows researchers search for safer, greener solvents that are less damaging to human health and the environment.

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