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Were chemical weapons used in Syria?

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The key test to determine whether chemical weapons were used in Syria will involve mass spectrometry..

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Agilent opens new spectroscopy center in Australia

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Agilent Technologies has opened a new $25 million Spectroscopy Technology Innovation Center in Mulgrave, Australia.

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Thermo Fisher introduces new scholarship program

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Thermo Fisher Scientific is allocating $700,000 a year to a new scholarship program providing financial assistance to students pursuing an undergraduate degree in science, technology, engineering or math.

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PittCon welcomes proposals for its 2014 college grants

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The Pittsburgh Conference is calling for proposals for its 2014 Memorial National College Grants Program. 

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Waters CEO to retire

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Douglas Berthiaume, chairman, president and chief executive officer of Waters, has announced his intention to retire within the next 24 months.

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Lab Institute 2013

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Lab Institute 2013 will take place on 16–18 October 2013 in Arlington, Virginia, US.

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New president for Bruker BioSpin

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Bruker has appointed Thomas Bachmann as the new president of its BioSpin Group, which produces analytical and preclinical magnetic resonance instrumentation.

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Spotting fashion fraud

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Counterfeit clothing can be distinguished from designer brands using an unusual spectroscopic technique. 

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Traffic light test to show how much caffeine is in your drink

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A fluorescence test for drinks uses a microfluidics device to show the level of caffeine present displaying red for strong, yellow for medium and green for low contents.

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Dead Sea Scroll parchments were produced by different techniques

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Spectroscopic examination of fragments of the Dead Sea Scrolls has shown that the parchments were originally produced by at least two different techniques, contrary to popular belief.

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