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Herbal assessment: Metal stats

Date: Oct 15, 2012

Author: David Bradley

A statistical analysis of the elemental content of 23 commercial herbal medicines reveals how effective chemometric tools can be in studying such products.

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Vendor Column: Unlocking Organizational Knowledge with Scientific Search

Date: Oct 4, 2012

Author: Chris Stumpf

In this sixth and final column in a series of features, Waters Corporation's Chris Stumpf, and his colleague Paul van Eikeren, discuss the various search strategies one can employ to extract the cogent scientific information.

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Journal Highlight: Chemometric analysis for the detection of biogenic amines in Chilean cabernet sauvignon wines: A comparative study between organic and ionorganic production

Date: Sep 17, 2012

Author: spectroscopyNOW

The presence of biogenic amines was correlated with the type of wine grape culture (traditional or organic) and their concentration in the different stages of winemaking.

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Chemometric Coffee

Date: Sep 15, 2012

Author: David Bradley

An informatics approach to coffee that uses a least-squares analysis of near-infrared spectroscopic data could allow coffee roasters to treat their green beans perfectly every time.

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Vendor Column: Improving Laboratory Operations with Standardized Informatics Solutions

Date: Aug 21, 2012

Author: Chris Stumpf

Welcome to this fifth in a series of features, in which Waters Corporation's Chris Stumpf focuses on Lab Informatics. Every two months, Chris publishes a new informatics-related article which we hope will build into a worthwhile compendium of informatics material. This month, Chris argues that a laboratory dashboard-style 'business intelligence' approach is the best way forward for the efficient operation of a busy lab, especially when being used by multiple research groups.

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Journal Highlight: Identification In Silico and In Vitro of Novel Trypanosomicidal Drug-Like Compounds

Date: Aug 20, 2012

Author: spectroscopyNOW

Atom-based bilinear indices and linear discriminant analysis have been used to discover novel pro-lead trypanosomicidal compounds.

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Printing to the limit: Nanotech resolution

Date: Aug 15, 2012

Author: David Bradley

A research team in Singapore has used nanotechnology to take the concept of printing into a whole new area allowing them to create sharp, full-colour images at an astounding 100,000 dots-per-inch resolution using metal-laced nanostructures rather than conventional inks or dyes.

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Celebrate 25 Years of Publishing Excellence in Chemometrics with the Journal of Chemometrics

Date: Aug 1, 2012

Author: spectroscopyNOW

Don’t miss this free Special Issue collection of reviews and research articles showcasing the ongoing vibrancy and relevance of chemometrics.

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Journal Highlight: Evaluation of aging behavior of medium density polyethylene in natural environment by principal component analysis

Date: Jul 16, 2012

Author: spectroscopyNOW

A nondimensional expression derived by principal components analysis was used to reveal the comprehensive degradation pattern of medium density polyethylene in natural environments.

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Drilling Mars: Curiosity calculations

Date: Jul 15, 2012

Author: David Bradley

New calculations show how deep into Martian surface rocks soil a probe might need to drill to realistically extract organic molecules due to "life" that have not degraded in the harsh world of Mars. Apparently, signs of life may be mere centimetres deep.

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