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Chemistry World
March 16, 2011
Inspirational science Seong Keun Kim is head of the Molecular Reaction Dynamics Laboratory at Seoul National University, Korea. He uses spectroscopic, microscopic and computational methods to investigate a wide range of subjects from molecular physics and nanoscience to cell biology. mark for My Articles 175 similar articles
Chemistry World
March 14, 2011
Hepeng Jia
China bans whitening additives in flour Whiteners to be banned include benzoyl peroxide and calcium peroxide, which whiten flour through oxidation. When ingested in large amounts, the chemicals are harmful to the respiratory system and can cause sensitization. mark for My Articles 2 similar articles
Chemistry World
March 10, 2011
Elinor Richards
3D model to study breast cancer Scientists from the US have made a computational model of the formation of breast acini, the sac-like part of the milk-producing glands, to understand complex events occurring during the progression of breast cancer. mark for My Articles 210 similar articles
Chemistry World
March 9, 2011
Simon Hadlington
Chemical mystery of antifungal compound solved US researchers have applied synthetic organic chemistry to crack a mystery that has baffled scientists for more than 50 years: how the powerful, naturally occurring antifungal compound amphotericin B interacts with sterols in cell membranes. mark for My Articles 36 similar articles
Chemistry World
March 8, 2011
Jennifer Newton
Measuring cells' oxygen levels with PEBBLEs Scientists in Germany have developed a strategy to visualise oxygen concentrations in cells to better understand its role in biological reactions such as metabolism. mark for My Articles 154 similar articles
Chemistry World
March 7, 2011
Russell Johnson
Breathe out for personalised medicine A method to analyse drug levels in the body could allow people with epilepsy to avoid weeks of blood tests, claim scientists from Switzerland. mark for My Articles 50 similar articles
Chemistry World
March 6, 2011
Mike Brown
Molecules that walk, hop and jump 'Two legged' molecules walk, hop and fly across a receptor surface, according to researchers in the Netherlands and Ireland. The findings could help us understand how viruses and bacteria interact with cell membranes, they say. mark for My Articles 232 similar articles
Chemistry World
March 6, 2011
Laura Howes
Sensitive TB diagnosis using sugar For the first time, tuberculosis can be detected and tracked through the body, using a simple sugar based molecule. mark for My Articles 36 similar articles
National Defense
April 2011
Eric Beidel
Army Contract Seeks Better Robotic Prosthetics The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency spent $100 million to develop a robotic arm that can be controlled through a chip in a user's brain. mark for My Articles 45 similar articles
Chemistry World
March 4, 2011
Russell Johnson
Tracking the early stages of Alzheimer's disease UK researchers can track the early steps of formation of peptide clumps linked to Alzheimer's disease using the peptide's fluorescent ability. This could help design effective therapies for the disease at an early stage. mark for My Articles 71 similar articles
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