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Magazine articles on biology, life sciences, biotech, medical research.
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Chemistry World
November 4, 2013
Jennifer Newton
Moving the goalposts for MRI A new class of MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) contrast agents developed by scientists in the UK is promising to deliver clearer images in less time. mark for My Articles 48 similar articles
Chemistry World
November 1, 2013
Megan Tyler
High-throughput chip for drug screening in 3D A simple micro-array chip developed by scientists in China could sharpen the search for new drugs by enabling the high-throughput screening of drug candidates against cells cultured in three dimensions. mark for My Articles 244 similar articles
October 30, 2013
Michelle Magnan
The Difference Between Usain Bolt And You: The point that David Epstein explores at length in The Sports Gene, is that no two people respond to sports training the same way, because no two genomes are the same. mark for My Articles 85 similar articles
Chemistry World
October 29, 2013
Harriet Brewerton
Paper device spots antibiotic-resistant bacteria Scientists in Canada have developed a paper-based device that checks if bacteria are resistant to certain antibiotics. The simple system could help users in remote areas. mark for My Articles 131 similar articles
Chemistry World
October 24, 2013
Emma Stoye
Sulfur chemistry links coral to climate Researchers in Australia say that the destruction of coral reefs could pose a 'double jeopardy' for the environment, as a new study has found that corals produce a sulfur molecule linked to the global climate cycle. mark for My Articles 13 similar articles
Chemistry World
October 24, 2013
Emily James
Parkinson's protein holds clue to oxidative stress Scientists from the UK have identified a possible cause for the oxidative stress found in patients with Parkinson's disease. mark for My Articles 36 similar articles
Chemistry World
October 24, 2013
John Nicholson
Crucible of science John H. Exton's book gives an account of the careers of Carl and Gerty Cori, who were leaders of the emerging science of biochemistry in the US from the 1930s. mark for My Articles 1 similar article
Chemistry World
October 23, 2013
Models of success The 2013 Nobel prize in chemistry was awarded to three computational pioneers who combined quantum and classical mechanics. Emma Stoye learns about the latest laureates mark for My Articles 115 similar articles
Chemistry World
October 21, 2013
Simon Hadlington
Neonicotinoids let virus thrive in bees Scientists in Italy believe they have found a molecular trigger by which neonicotinoid pesticides may harm colonies of honeybees. mark for My Articles 36 similar articles
Chemistry World
October 17, 2013
Jessica Brand
Enhancing photopigment formation to boost biofuel production Scientists in Australia have developed a nanoparticle light filter system that only lets through wavelengths favorable for microalgae growth. The system could make producing algal biofuels more efficient. mark for My Articles 43 similar articles
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