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Magazine articles on biology, life sciences, biotech, medical research.
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Chemistry World
September 13, 2011
Hayley Birch
Carbon capture schemes pose low risk to people Any health risk associated with leaks from carbon capture and storage sites will be minor, according to a new study. mark for My Articles 131 similar articles
Dave Golokhov
Fatherhood And Testosterone "Men who become fathers have far lower levels of the male hormone than when they were single and childless." mark for My Articles 53 similar articles
National Defense
October 2011
Eric Beidel
Brain Implants Could Help 'REMIND' Injured Soldiers Scientists may have taken an important step in their work to restore memory to the injured brains of disabled soldiers. mark for My Articles 81 similar articles
Chemistry World
September 8, 2011
David Bradley
Seaweed extract gives lithium batteries a boost An extract from brown algae could give rechargeable lithium-ion batteries a boost by allowing silicon nanopowder to be used as a high-capacity alternative to graphite electrodes. mark for My Articles 114 similar articles
Chemistry World
September 8, 2011
Harriet Brewerton
Colourful toxin detection Scientists in Canada have developed a simple chemical detector that could be used to detect airborne neurotoxic organophosphorus chemical warfare agents. mark for My Articles 32 similar articles
Chemistry World
September 7, 2011
Bringing DNA to Life Clyde Hutchison's research focuses on the search for improved methods to learn about gene function from DNA sequence information. mark for My Articles 127 similar articles
Chemistry World
September 6, 2011
Sarah Houlton
Dimerised Drug Leads Two Pronged Attack on HIV A new strategy employing antiviral drug dimers might lead to a way to get HIV drugs into the brain and tackle a viral reservoir. mark for My Articles 15 similar articles
Chemistry World
September 1, 2011
Josh Howgego
Small molecules open gates to the brain New tools have been developed which make it possible to chemically shut down nerve cells in the brain at will and study the effects on behavior. The tools - modified ion channels - mean the causal relationship between individual nerves and behavior can be directly studied. mark for My Articles 81 similar articles
Chemistry World
September 1, 2011
Elinor Richards
Vitamin scaffold turns silent killer into a healing hero A way to deliver carbon monoxide into the body safely for therapeutic use has been devised by scientists from Switzerland. mark for My Articles 136 similar articles
Chemistry World
September 2011
Diamonds are for everything No longer valued simply for its glamour and durability, diamond is turning its hand to applications in solar power, laser design and bionic eyes. mark for My Articles 43 similar articles
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