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Chemistry World
November 2, 2015
Batzelladine B Of all the diverse substances that nature produces, the alkaloids -- small molecules containing basic nitrogen -- have had the greatest impact on human history and health. mark for My Articles 137 similar articles
October 30, 2015
Asandra & Palubicki
Are Erectile Dysfunction Supplements Dangerous? Here's why erectile dysfunction supplements can be extremely dangerous. mark for My Articles 157 similar articles
Chemistry World
October 30, 2015
Maria Burke
Wellcome Trust announces health research funding boost As the UK science community braces itself for funding cuts in November's government spending review, the Wellcome Trust is to invest 5 billion pounds over the next five years into research to improve health. mark for My Articles 26 similar articles
Chemistry World
October 29, 2015
Anthony King
Poor diagnostics hinder battle against antibiotic resistance The tools used to diagnose bacterial infections have barely improved since the 1940s. mark for My Articles 144 similar articles
Chemistry World
October 26, 2015
Emma Stoye
Malaria vaccine pilot studies recommended by WHO The World Health Organization has said the RTS,S malaria vaccine should be tested further through a series of pilot studies before it can recommend its widespread use. mark for My Articles 135 similar articles
Chemistry World
October 23, 2015
Patrick Walter
Exhausting revelations A scandal that started with Volkswagen has grown and now more than 10 car firms have now been accused of manufacturing engines that emit far more nitrogen oxides on the road than lab tests suggests they should. mark for My Articles 61 similar articles
Chemistry World
October 19, 2015
Laura Fisher
Prostate cancer detection comes of phage Researchers in the US have wrapped bacteriophage with the polymer PEG (polyethylene glycol) to make a structure that detects PSMA, a molecular flag for prostate cancer. mark for My Articles 149 similar articles
Fast Company
Neal Ungerleider
Apple Expands ResearchKit To Autism, Melanoma, Epilepsy, More The new studies will be run by researchers at Duke University, Johns Hopkins, and Oregon Health and Science University. mark for My Articles 16 similar articles
Fast Company
Pavithra Mohan
Blood Test Startup Theranos Calls WSJ Expose "Baseless" And "Erroneous" The WSJ's report essentially argues that the device developed by Theranos, called Edison, may not be operating as advertised. mark for My Articles 8 similar articles
Chemistry World
October 13, 2015
Thadchajini Retneswaran
Alginate bolsters 3D-printed hydrogel fix for damaged knees A team from Texas in the US has developed a super tough biomaterial that could be used to print load-bearing body parts such as knee cartilage. mark for My Articles 30 similar articles
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