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Laughs from Lab: August 31, 2015
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Tail as Old as Time: Researchers Trace Ankylosaur's Tail Evolution
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Food May Be Addictive
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Workstation Provides a Personal Cleanroom
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Study: Cold Weather Associated With Higher Risk of Severe Heart Attack
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New 'Tissue Velcro' Could Help Repair Damaged Hearts
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One Dose of Cocaine Alters Perception of Emotions
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Optimized Protocols for qPCR, High-throughput Screening

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    Oliver Sacks, Neurologist and Writer, Dies at 82

     
     
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    Oliver Sacks, neurologist and writer, died on Sunday at age 82. Sacks cataloged the disease and diversity of human beings to respond to it over decades – and he again entered the public eye as he wrote about his own encounter with terminal cancer – conveying a simple sense of gratitude for life in a much-heralded New York Times piece.


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    Laughs from Lab: August 31, 2015

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    The editors of Laboratory Equipment want you to start your week with a smile on your face. So, here’s a science joke you might like. Q: Why did hydrogen marry carbon?


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    Food May Be Addictive

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    An international group of researchers have found that food craving activates different brain networks between obese and normal weight patients. This indicates that the tendency to want food may be “hard-wired” into the brain of overweight patients, becoming a functional brain biomarker.


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    Spending a Fortune With Ducted Fume Hoods?

     

    Ductless and Filtered fume hoods can provide an energy efficient, less costly and eco-friendly alternative to traditional ducted fume hoods. Traditional ducted fume hoods are one of the largest energy users in a laboratory, requiring many costly mechanical systems to operate properly.


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    Laser Diode Module for Reflectometers, Analyzers

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    OSI Laser Diode’s SCW 1430 product series features excellent pulse drift performance and high stability.


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    Study: Cold Weather Associated With Higher Risk of Severe Heart Attack

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    Cold weather is associated with a higher risk of severe heart attack. The six year study found that each 10 C drop in temperature was associated with a 7% increased risk of ST-elevation myocardial infarction (STEMI), the most severe form of heart attack.


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    Tail as Old as Time: Researchers Trace Ankylosaur's Tail Evolution

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    How did the ankylosaur get its tail club? According to research that traces the evolution of the ankylosaur's distinctive tail, the handle arrived first on the scene, and the knot at the end of the tail followed.


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    Workstation Provides a Personal Cleanroom

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    The MY-PCR Prep from Mystaire provides the molecular biology laboratory technician with a “personal cleanroom” for use in the amplification of DNA and RNA.


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    New 'Tissue Velcro' Could Help Repair Damaged Hearts

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    Engineers just made assembling functional heart tissue as easy as fastening your shoes. The team has created a biocompatible scaffold that allows sheets of beating heart cells to snap together just like Velcro.


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    One Dose of Cocaine Alters Perception of Emotions

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    In a study, researchers took 24 students with light to moderate cocaine use, and gave them either 300 mg of oral cocaine, or a placebo. After one to two hours, each participant was then subject to a series of biochemical tests, as well as the facial emotion recognition test to measure response to a series of basic emotions. The subjects who took cocaine found it more difficult to recognize negative emotions.


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    Chromatrap has announced a web page that brings together protocols developed using its proprietary solid state chromatin immunoprecipitation (ChIP) technology.


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