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Crystal Structure of Exotic Ice Form Has Been Solved
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The Pittsburgh Conference 2017 will be held at the McCormick Place West Hall in Chicago from March 5 to 9. With a variety of symposia, short courses and a exhibition with over 750 companies it will mark the start of the analytical and laboratory year 2017.
Flavor differences in whiskey can be discerned based solely on the environment in which the barley used to make the whiskey is grown, a new study co-authored by an Oregon State University researcher found.
University of Missouri researchers develop a noninvasive way for identifying the major functions of the gastrointestinal tract.
A study from the Center for Phage Technology, part of Texas A&M’s College of Agriculture and Life Sciences and Texas A&M Agri Life Research, shows how the “hidden” genes in bacteriophages — types of viruses that infect and destroy bacteria — may be key to the development of a new class of antibiotics for human health.
Among the pool of Power-to-X technologies, plasmas show high potential for the efficient use of intermittent renewable energies. New research shows that ultrafast pulsation of microwaves allow significant improvements of energy efficiencies during CO2 splitting at atmospheric pressure.
Physicists from Itmo University have discovered an accessible method that makes it possible to use transparent materials for solar cells while preserving their efficiency. The new technology is based on the method of doping — the modification of properties of materials by way of adding impurities — but without the use of expensive special-purpose equipment.
The new µ-Slide I Luer 3D from Ibidi is an innovative slide with one channel and three wells for 3D cell culture under flow.
Jeol USA introduces a new configuration of its broad ion beam milling instrument, the Cross-section Polisher (CP). The CP is widely used for preparing pristine samples prior to high resolution imaging and elemental analysis with the Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM).
Bioprocess researchers undertaking high-density mammalian, bacterial or microbial cell culture separations can now benefit from a next-generation single-use, sterilized, closed-system Bioprocess Container (BPC) from Thermo Fisher Scientific designed to offer a highly efficient alternative for harvesting by centrifugation.
Asynt has published a case study describing how the Frosyn Cooling Station has enabled John Bower’s Group at the University of Liverpool, UK, to reproducibly conduct low temperature enantioselective catalytic reactions, over an extended period of time.
Three years ago, chemists at the University of Innsbruck found evidence for the existence of a new variety of ice. Until then, 18 types of crystalline ice were known. The team led by Thomas Loerting now reports in Nature Communications on the elucidation of the crystal structure of ice XIX using neutron diffraction.
When most people hear “food contamination,” they think of bacteria present on unwashed fruits or vegetables, or undercooked meat. However, there are other ways for harmful contaminants to be present in food products.
Surface, aircraft and satellite measurements show that concentration of greenhouse gas methane (CH4) varied widely in the past three decades, with accelerated growth rates in the most recent decade. A new study shows key CH4 emission sectors and their long-term variations using inverse analyses with atmospheric chemistry transport modeling to contribute to effective emission reduction strategies.
Compared with meat eaters, fish eaters have a lower risk of several adverse heart diseases, including stroke. These findings, which were part of new research looking at the diets and risk of developing or dying from heart diseases of more than 420,000 people in the UK, also concluded that vegetarianism was associated with a lower risk of developing heart disease.
Food testing laboratories need reliable data management systems in order to comply with the ever increasing regulatory requirements. LIMS platforms play an important role in terms of compliance with HACCP and ISO 17025 as well as in the implementation of comprehensive security mechanisms.
You need to document samples in transmitted light or fluorescence in your routine lab? To achieve best image quality, this can get time consuming. Learn in this webinar, how to speed up your image acquisition with Smart Microscopy from ZEISS.
Learn how to improve the quality, reliability and reproducibility of your imaging data. Adding advanced automation features to your microscope setup can help you to get better results with less efforts.
Researchers from the University of Illinois Chicago have discovered a new gene-editing technique that allows for the programming of sequential cuts — or edits — over time.
Chinese pharmaceutical company Triastek specializes in 3D printed drugs. Now, its Investigational New Drug (IND) 505(b)(2) application for its first 3D-printed drug, T19, has been granted for use by the US Food and Drug Administration.
A team at the Salk institute revealed a never-before-seen antibody binding, informing both liver cancer and antibody design. The multi-institute collaboration used X-ray crystallography and recombinant antibodies to uncover the workings of an elusive molecule central to human health.
A density determination can be carried out with a balance. A new poster by Mettler Toledo gives tips on how to set up the density measurement.
Today’s busy laboratories are under pressure to produce, and spilled materials are often an unwelcome show-stopper when weighing. Not anymore. With an new patented lattice weighing pan, laboratory workers keep working while maintaining the accuracy your process requires to enhance productivity and throughput.
Weighing is an important act in every laboratory — but it can become tedious and even uncomfortable. The design of the new, smaller XPR Analytical balance gives a deeper access to the weighing chamber.
Laboratory technicians often don't know which test weights and weight class they should choose to check the performance of their balances and scales. The free Mettler Toledo GWP Recommendation service specifies the correct test weights and weight class based on the degree of accuracy you need to satisfy your specific process tolerances.