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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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2012 Kowalski Prize in Chemometrics

Date: Jul 13, 2012

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The Journal of Chemometrics is pleased to announce that the 2012 Kowalski Prize in Chemometrics has been awarded to: T. Næs; O. Tomic; B.-H. Mevik; and H. Martens for their paper "Path modelling by sequential PLS regression”.

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Vendor Column: Using Lean Six Sigma principles to improve Laboratory Execution at the Bench

Date: Jul 9, 2012

Author: Chris Stumpf

Welcome to this fourth 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 continuing the discussion on Lean Six Sigma and Laboratory Informatics from his last feature, examining case studies focused on bench-level workflows that were migrated to an electronic laboratory notebook.

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Journal Highlight: Textile colour matching using linear and exponential weighted principal component analysis

Date: Jun 18, 2012

Author: spectroscopyNOW

Linear and exponential weighted principal component analysis techniques based on spectral similarity were employed for the prediction of dye concentration in coloured fabrics.

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Drugs on tap: Ultratrace detection

Date: Jun 15, 2012

Author: David Bradley

Spanish researchers have tested tap drinking water for various drugs, both legal and illicit, in Europe, Japan and South America. Their analysis revealed the presence of caffeine, nicotine, cotinine, cocaine.

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Vendor column: Qualitative models and their application to mining – “How you gonna get any gold if you’re not diggin’?”

Date: Jun 13, 2012

Author: Daniel Shiley

This is the second of a four-part series on chemometric applications for materials analysis. Those of you who have watched the “Gold Rush Alaska” television show on the Discovery Channel might recognize the quote. This is an old attitude, much different than today’s commercial mining companies, which are all very concerned with obtaining information before they begin to dig. The data derived from near-infrared (NIR) analysis often plays an important role in development of this much needed data.

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Breathe easy: A bedside test for sepsis

Date: May 15, 2012

Author: David Bradley

Cheminformatics work on Ion Mobility Spectrometry (IMS) demonstrates that, in an animal model at least, the exhaled breath can be used as an accurate, fast and simple point-of-care tool for the diagnosis and monitoring of sepsis.

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