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R.E.A.C.H-ing for Higher Standards in Global Chemical Management
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The upcoming Helsinki Chemicals Forum will examine strategies for chemicals management.

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Investigating the Adaptability of Cells in Space
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We spoke to Prof. Oliver Ullirch to learn about the TRIPLE LUX A experiment, and some of the challenges of designing experiments to take place in space.

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Astrocytes Set the Pace of Our Body Clocks
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Researchers at the MRC's Laboratory of Molecular Biology have identified a brain microcircuit involving astrocytes which regulates the 24-hour sleep/wake cycle of the bo

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High Content Image-based siRNA Screen Identifies Kinases Important for Haemostasis
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Researchers use high-content imaging and siRNA knockdown techniques to identify the kinases important for regulation of von Willebrand factor release.

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Improved Monitoring in Microdroplet Reactors
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We learn about a new method to rapidly and accurately monitor the rate of oxygen consumption of bacteria growing in individual microdroplets.

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The Future of Single-cell Genomics is Here
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The field of single-cell genomics is advancing rapidly and is generating many new insights into complex biological systems, but conventional methods can present technical challenges and be financially limiting.

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Tackling Food Supplement Fraud
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Food supplement contamination with illegal ingredients is an increasing global problem. We spoke to Dr Michael Walker about tackling the problems of food fraud in food supplements.

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A Non-traditional Approach to Diagnosis
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Dr. Gregory Payne tells us about the role that oxidative stress measurements could play in disease diagnosis, and how new tools could help analyze chemical information such as this.

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Catching Ebola in its Tracks
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Mehmet Yigit, Assistant Professor, University at Albany, SUNY, tells us about a rapid, low-cost technique, which can effectively detect Ebola virus.

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How keeping it cool can protect your brain: insight into the neuroprotective effect of therapeutic hypothermia
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Researchers at the MRC Toxicology Unit have uncovered the mechanism by which a novel cold-induced protein is neuroprotective.

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