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Magazine articles on biology, life sciences, biotech, medical research.
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Chemistry World
December 8, 2011
Maria Burke
Government Launches UK Life Sciences Strategy Prime minister David Cameron has announced a package of measures designed to boost the UK's life sciences industry. mark for My Articles 209 similar articles
Chemistry World
December 7, 2011
Andrea McGhee
Artificial enzyme outperforms nature Scientists in China and the US have fabricated an artificial enzyme that may provide new hope for the treatment of Lou Gehrig's disease. mark for My Articles 56 similar articles
Chemistry World
December 1, 2011
Carl Saxton
Too much caffeine in your coffee? UK scientists have found that caffeine levels in espresso coffees purchased from coffee shops are well above the recommended daily allowance set by the Food Standards Agency. mark for My Articles 107 similar articles
American Journal of Nursing
December 2011
Hubner et al.
Original Research: Survival of Bacterial Pathogens on Paper and Bacterial Retrieval from Paper to Hands: Preliminary Results Paper is omnipresent on hospital units, but few studies have examined the possible role of paper in the spread of nosocomial pathogens. mark for My Articles 58 similar articles
Chemistry World
November 30, 2011
Mindy Dulai
How to make a crab shell see-through Researchers in Japan have made a crab shell transparent. Then, using knowledge gained from this activity, they created a transparent nanocomposite sheet, incorporating powdered chitin from crab shells. mark for My Articles 8 similar articles
Chemistry World
November 30, 2011
James Anson
Bomb squad plants Scientists from Puerto Rico have discovered plants that are not only resistant to high levels of TNT but can remove it completely from aqueous media in under 48 hours. mark for My Articles 5 similar articles
Chemistry World
November 28, 2011
James Urquhart
New Spin on Spider Silk Golden orb spiders ward off ant invasion by spinning silk that contains a chemical deterrent, according to a study by Singaporean and Australian researchers. mark for My Articles 20 similar articles
Chemistry World
November 27, 2011
James Mitchell Crow
Artificial enzymes close in on nature A synthetic metalloprotein that approaches the catalytic performance of a natural enzyme, despite its stripped-down structure, has been developed by a team of chemists in the US. mark for My Articles 79 similar articles
Chemistry World
November 25, 2011
Jon Evans
Cancer diagnosis goes for gold Gold nanoparticles could help diagnose a wide range of different cancers by detecting telomerase activity within cells, say Chinese chemists. mark for My Articles 82 similar articles
Chemistry World
November 24, 2011
Elinor Richards
Blocking cancer's path A concise synthesis of the natural product rasfonin could reignite interest in this molecule as a tool to develop cancer drugs, say scientists from the Netherlands. mark for My Articles 85 similar articles
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