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Food Waste May Be Turned into Bioplastic
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Colds May Increase Stroke Risk in Kids
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Scientist of the Week: Alan Feduccia
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Reactor Ideal for Early Research
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Research Key to Cyborg Moth 'Biobots'
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Coronary Arteries Hold Heart-regenerating Cells
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Biosafety Cabinets Have Two HEPA Filters

GEA Niro Soavi Lab Homogenizers

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Ideal treatment of nanoparticles, nanodispersions, nanoemulsions, and cell disruption.

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Neanderthals, Humans had Ample Time to Mix

 
 
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Humans and Neanderthals may have coexisted in Europe for more than 5,000 years, providing ample time for the two species to meet and mix, according to new research.
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A True Improvement in GC/MS/MS Sensitivity

Agilent Technologies  

The new high-efficiency EI source in the Agilent 7010 Triple Quadrupole GC/MS produces 20 times as many ions as the previous generation, giving you lower detection limits, faster analyses and greater confidence.


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Lizards Clear Up Confusion of Eggs vs. Live Birth

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Have you ever wondered why we give birth to live young rather than lay eggs? Scientists have pondered this for a long time and answers have come from an unlikely source: some of Australia’s lizards and snakes.
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Food Waste May Be Turned into Bioplastic

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Your chairs, synthetic rugs and plastic bags could one day be made out of cocoa, rice and vegetable waste rather than petroleum, scientists are now reporting. The novel process they have developed could help the world deal with its agricultural and plastic waste problems.
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NuAire BSC Know Your Work Area

NuAire  

Reduce Splatter
Good microbiological techniques will minimize splatter and aerosol generation.
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All operations should be performed at least 4 inches from the front grille of the work surface.


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Colds May Increase Stroke Risk in Kids

A new study suggests that colds and other minor infections may temporarily increase stroke risk in children. But, while the study does show an increased risk, the overall risk of stroke among kids is extremely low.
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Reactor Ideal for Early Research

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Supercritical Fluid Technologies’ HPR-Micro Reactor is ideally suited for early, exploratory research. It is especially well suited for research, process development and screening applications when reagents, catalysts or other essential materials are expensive or available in limited supply.
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Parr Combinatorial Chemistry Solutions

Parr Instruments  

Combinatorial Chemistry and High-Throughput Screening shifts compound design from a one molecule at a time approach to a rapid and often automated parallel synthesis of a focused set of compounds. Parr Instrument Company offers many strategies to this rapidly growing methodology. Let us build one for you.


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Scientist of the Week: Alan Feduccia

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Alan Feduccia and Stephen Czerkas found that a birdlike fossil, called a Scansoriopteryx, is not a dinosaur, as previously thought, but much rather the remains of a tiny tree-climbing animal that could glide. Their find challenges the commonly held belief that birds evolved from ground-dwelling theropod dinosaurs that gained the ability to fly.
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Research Key to Cyborg Moth 'Biobots'

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Researchers have developed methods for electronically manipulating the flight muscles of moths and for monitoring the electrical signals moths use to control those muscles. The work opens the door to the development of remotely controlled moths, or “biobots,” for use in emergency response.
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Effective Cleaners for the Biotechnology Industry

International Products Corp  

Micro-90 is proven effective in a wide variety of Biotechnology cleaning applications. Micro-90 meets the most rigorous specifications for surface cleanliness. Micro-90 is registered with NSF as an A1 cleaner and can be easily validated in FDA processes.


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Facial Symmetry Isn’t Linked to Health

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New research has found that, contrary to the “good genes hypothesis,” facial symmetry is not a marker of health and resilience. Nor does it indicate how well people cope with environmental or genetic challenges.
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Coronary Arteries Hold Heart-regenerating Cells

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Endothelial cells residing in the coronary arteries can function as cardiac stem cells to produce new heart muscle tissue, investigators have discovered. The findings offer insights into how the heart maintains itself and could lead to new strategies for repairing the heart when it fails after a heart attack.
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2015 Laboratory Design Conference

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Biosafety Cabinets Have Two HEPA Filters

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Air Science’s Purair BIO is designed to protect individuals, the environment and products from a variety of biological particulates, serving as the primary barrier in life science research and experimentation. As a Class II Type A2 Biosafety Cabinet, the unit minimizes and contains Biosafety Level 1-3 agents, maintaining negative pressure inside the cabinet during operation to prevent contaminants from escaping the work area.
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Breastfeeding May Lower Risk of Postnatal Depression

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A new study of over 10,000 mothers has shown that women who breastfed their babies were at significantly lower risk of postnatal depression than those who did not.
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Tickling Ears May Aid Heart

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A team of researcher used a standard TENS machine to apply electrical pulses to the tragus, the small raised flap at the front of the ear immediately in front of the ear canal. The stimulation changed the influence of the nervous system on the heart by reducing the nervous signals that can drive failing hearts too hard.
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Tourists Evacuated in Iceland

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Authorities have evacuated tourists from an area north of Iceland's largest glacier amid increased seismic activity around a volcano in the past few days.
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Correlative Imaging Solution Combines OM, SEM

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JEOL and Nikon have integrated optical microscopy and field emission scanning electron microscopy in a way that enables seamless observation of the same region of interest on a sample with fast, accurate navigation. The technique, MiXcroscopy, employs the same specimen holder for both the optical microscope (OM) and the scanning electron microscope (SEM).
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