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Magazine articles on biology, life sciences, biotech, medical research.
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Chemistry World
December 21, 2012
Laura Howes
DNA hydrogel has a long memory It might look like a pink gloopy liquid to begin with but when you pour Dan Lou's DNA hydrogel into water it spontaneously reforms into its original shape. mark for My Articles 35 similar articles
Chemistry World
December 19, 2012
Amy Middleton-Gear
Early Alzheimer's diagnosis compound UK and US scientists have developed a labelled tracer compound that binds to plaques closely associated with Alzheimer's disease so that the plaques can be picked up by a medical imaging technique. mark for My Articles 49 similar articles
Chemistry World
December 18, 2012
Jennifer Newton
Technique to measure chemotherapy effectiveness A technique to measure how effective chemotherapy is by studying the physical changes that occur in human cells has been developed by US scientists. mark for My Articles 279 similar articles
Chemistry World
December 17, 2012
Lee Cronin
Element-centric In the new edition of Biological Inorganic Chemistry, Robert Crichton has blended an element-centric approach to the subject with a biological thread that is engaging and helpful in exploring the topics in detail. mark for My Articles 92 similar articles
Chemistry World
December 12, 2012
Harriet Brewerton
Is organic food more nutritious than non-organic food? Scientists in Denmark have compared how organic and non-organic diets affect dietary mineral uptake in humans, focusing on copper and zinc. They found that there is no difference between the two diets when it comes to uptake and how the minerals are processed in the body. mark for My Articles 124 similar articles
Chemistry World
December 12, 2012
David Bradley
Cracking old cheese please, Gromit New evidence and chemical research suggests that early farmers made cheese to allow them to cope with the lactose found in raw milk. These farmers may have lacked the enzymes to digest to breakdown the sugar, so would have been lactose intolerant. mark for My Articles 69 similar articles
Chemistry World
December 11, 2012
Elinor Hughes
Worried about food allergens? There's an app for that Building on their work on a mobile phone -- or cell phone -- app to detect bacteria, US scientists have now adapted the technology to detect allergens in foods. mark for My Articles 21 similar articles
Chemistry World
December 11, 2012
Phillip Broadwith
Seeing the helix of DNA Italian scientists have developed a technique to improve the contrast of electron microscopy images of DNA fibers. mark for My Articles 184 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
December 2012
Susan Hassler
The Pursuit of Corporate Happiness Biometric sensors can gauge worker productivity but carry real risks as well. There are other key issues related to privacy, control, ownership, and rights. mark for My Articles 8 similar articles
Chemistry World
December 7, 2012
Lucy Gilbert
Bactericides reach new depths Scientists in the US and China have come up with a low-risk treatment for bacterial infections in a deep wound. mark for My Articles 93 similar articles
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