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UCSF builds new $20 million hub for global health

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With a US$20 million gift from the philanthropist Chuck Feeney, the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), will build a new hub for global health sciences at its Mission Bay campus.

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Top pharma places to work

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The US company Regeneron Pharmaceuticals tops this year's Science Careers Top Employers Survey, which identifies those life science companies considered to be the top employers in the industry.

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Stacked graphene layers respond differently to heating

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The upper layer of graphene in a bilayer assembly behaves differently upon heating to the lower layer as revealed by Raman spectroscopy.

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Cannabis identified ambiently

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Cannabis has been identified by direct analysis of the plant material using an ambient mass spectrometry technique which can distinguish between active and inactive components.

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Non-invasive diagnosis of melanoma

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Melanomas have been diagnosed with high sensitivity and specificity by a non-invasive procedure involving NIR and skin impedance spectroscopy.

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Learn how to drive Curiosity on Mars

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The Royal Society of Chemistry is offering an insight into what it's like to drive Nasa's Curiosity Mars rover, by hosting a live online question-and-answer session with rover driver Paolo Bellutta on Friday 7 September at 16:00BST.

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Fingerprints yield gender of suspects

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The peptides and proteins left behind in latent fingerprints can be analysed by a mass spectrometric imaging technique to predict the gender of the suspect.

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No more queues for LC/MS

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A team of scientists has optimised an LC/MS system to make full use of the mass spectrometer when connected to any number of LC units, using a unique parallel staggering setup.

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Boron NMR without a background

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Measuring boron-10 in the NMR spectra of solutions of boron compounds eliminates the troublesome background signals that are associated with boron-11.

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Blood markers for Alzheimer's disease

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A series of proteins in blood could form the basis of a test for Alzheimer's disease in the future.

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