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New Genomes Bring Mammoths One Step Closer to Resurrection
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Computer Vision Sees Tiny Vibrations in Bridges, Buildings
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LC Systems Provide Full Automation
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Link Discovery May Be Key to Fighting Alzheimer's
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X-rays Key to Better Blood Pressure Drugs
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Assay System Saves Time, Space
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Nanoscale Blocks, DNA 'Glue' Shape 3-D Superlattices

Reliable GC Results through Better GC Connections

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Learn how to improve your GC flow path integrity – and lengthen periods of unattended operation – with easy-to-use, leak-free connections from Agilent. View the video, order the poster and more.

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Hubble Has Had 25 Exciting Years

 
 
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The Hubble Space Telescope, launched 25 years ago today, has had its fair share of dramatic turns. Now, a series of events are planned across the country to commemorate what eventually, after several false starts and problems, turned out to be one of NASA’s signature achievements.

 


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XY Piezo Nanopositioners

Aerotech  

Aerotech QNP-XY piezo nanopositioners provide the resolution, linearity, repeatability, and high dynamics required for demanding applications from microscopy to optics alignment. Resolution is 0.15 nm, linearity is 0.007%, and repeatability is 2 nm.


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Women are Missing in STEM Fields

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At the age of eight, 66 percent of girls say they like math yet, in college, only 18 percent of women study engineering. By adulthood, while they compose half the population and half the workforce, only a quarter of STEM positions are held by women. Not only is this a problem— it’s a worsening one.


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New Genomes Bring Mammoths One Step Closer to Resurrection

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Scientists are getting their best look yet at the DNA code for the woolly mammoth, thanks to work that could be a step toward bringing back the extinct beast. Researchers deciphered the complete DNA code, or genomes, of two mammoths. The new genomes are far more refined than a previous one announced in 2008.


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BOCHEM® Rugged Laboratory Supports for Critical Environments

BrandTech  

BOCHEM® stainless steel or aluminum support jacks from BrandTech® Scientific are fully autoclavable and available in a range of sizes with load capacities up to 132lbs. Special promotion – Buy 3, Get 1 FREE!


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LC Systems Provide Full Automation

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Shimadzu Scientific Instruments has added two integrated liquid chromatography systems to its HPLC and UHPLC line—the Prominence-i and Nexera-i. Combining enhanced functionality, an intuitive operating environment and full automation, the series provides performance and an efficient workflow for conventional to ultra-high-speed analysis. The systems feature innovative, intuitive and intelligent design so users can begin building the lab of the future.


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Computer Vision Sees Tiny Vibrations in Bridges, Buildings

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To the naked eye, buildings and bridges appear fixed in place, unmoved by forces like wind and rain. But in fact, these large structures do experience imperceptibly small vibration. Now, researchers have developed a technique to “see” vibrations that would otherwise be invisible to the naked eye, combining high-speed video with computer vision techniques.


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inVia: The ultimate confocal Raman microscope

Renishaw  

Renishaw’s inVia is the ultimate research-grade confocal Raman microscope. It is simple to operate yet delivers exceptional performance and reliable results. With inVia you have flexibility and capability, without complexity.


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Link Discovery May Be Key to Fighting Alzheimer's

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Researchers have identified how proteins that play a key role in Alzheimer’s disease are linked in a pathway that controls its progression, and that drugs targeting this pathway may be a potential new way of treating the disease.


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X-rays Key to Better Blood Pressure Drugs

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An experiment has revealed, in atomic detail, how a hypertension drug binds to a cellular receptor that plays a key role in regulating blood pressure. The results could help scientists design new drugs that better control blood pressure while limiting side effects.


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Capture & Neutralize Acid Fumes

TFI  

TFI/Inline Design’s highly effective fume scrubbers, when combined with our neutralization systems, can capture and treat many of the common acids that are exhausted in your laboratory!


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Assay System Saves Time, Space

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Cleaver Scientific’s COMPAC-50 High-throughput COMET Assay system enables simultaneous electrophoresis of up to 50 assay slides, saving considerable lab space and reducing slide handling time by up to 2/3 when compared to previous standard methods. This equates to a significant time saving of up to 90% when handling 50 assay slides.


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Nanoscale Blocks, DNA 'Glue' Shape 3-D Superlattices

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Taking child's play with building blocks to a whole new level— the nanometer scale— scientists have constructed 3-D "superlattice" multicomponent nanoparticle arrays where the arrangement of particles is driven by the shape of the tiny building blocks. The method uses linker molecules made of complementary strands of DNA to overcome the blocks' tendency to pack together in a way that would separate differently shaped components.


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Chemists Isolate Silicon Oxides

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In an effort that reaches back to the 19th century laboratories of Europe, a discovery by chemistry researchers establishes new research possibilities for silicon chemistry and the semiconductor industry. The study gives details on the first time chemists have been able to trap molecular species of silicon oxides.


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Analyzer Provides COD Analysis in 15 Minutes

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MANTECH’s PeCOD delivers accurate COD results in 15 min, potentially stopping high load effluent from being discharged, thereby protecting the environment and the public and cutting down on regulatory fines. Additionally, the instrument uses no dichromate, no mercury and no other harmful chemicals, making it safe for analysis.


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