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Magazine articles on biology, life sciences, biotech, medical research.
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Chemistry World
September 7, 2012
Food with a function Compounds normally thought of as medicines are being added to food. Elinor Hughes looks at the scientific and regulatory challenges facing these nutraceuticals. mark for My Articles 121 similar articles
Chemistry World
September 5, 2012
Elinor Hughes
Fruit juice infused chocolate to reduce fat consumption Fruit juice has been used by scientists in the UK to replace up to half of the fat content from cocoa butter and milk fats in milk and white chocolate. mark for My Articles 292 similar articles
Chemistry World
September 3, 2012
Laura Howes
Beating shoe smells with crab shells Portuguese researchers are working to make anti-microbial shoes by treating leather with a modified chemical from crab shells. mark for My Articles 25 similar articles
Chemistry World
August 31, 2012
New gel to repair damaged discs UK researchers have developed an injectable microgel that can completely restore the mechanical function of damaged spinal discs -- at least in an animal model. mark for My Articles 10 similar articles
Chemistry World
August 31, 2012
Rebecca Brodie
Moving microrobots with bubbles Microrobots smaller than the width of a human hair have been directed to assemble patterns made of single yeast cells and cell-laden agarose microgels using cavitation bubbles by a team from Hawaii. The robots could be used to push cells together to grow artificial tissue. mark for My Articles 74 similar articles
Chemistry World
August 31, 2012
Simon Hadlington
'Ocean methane paradox' solved? Numerical simulation of methane production by methanogenic microorganisms suggests that up to 400 billion tonnes of methane could be sitting under the ice. If the ice sheet collapses due to a warming climate, this could release the gas, which in turn would increase warming, the researchers say. mark for My Articles 112 similar articles
Chemistry World
August 30, 2012
Helen Gray
Graphene printer helps fight Parkinson's disease Scientists in China have developed a method to produce large-scale, high quality, graphene composite films easily and cheaply. The process could be invaluable in commercializing the material for electrochemical biosensor applications. mark for My Articles 75 similar articles
Chemistry World
August 29, 2012
Paul Docherty
Amphidinolide F We're plunging into the marine depths to find natural products with prodigious biological activity. The amphidinolide family comprises over 30 members, varying in architecture but (almost) all featuring a complex and highly decorated macrolactone ring at the core. mark for My Articles 65 similar articles
Chemistry World
August 24, 2012
Andy Extance
Inert nanoshells succumb to iron will US chemists have made silica nanoshells susceptible to breakdown by proteins in our bodies, which should make them safer for drug delivery and medical imaging applications. mark for My Articles 4 similar articles
Chemistry World
August 23, 2012
Phillip Broadwith
Synthetic platelet helpers set to save lives Nanoparticles that can stop internal bleeding have been developed by scientists in the US. mark for My Articles 32 similar articles
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