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Cosmetics packaging tests mirror food migration tests

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The transfer of packaging components into cosmetics, which is governed by EC regulations, can be determined by a GC/MS method which mirrors food migration studies.

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UK's drinking water contains "cocaine" but don't panic

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News headlines that the UK's drinking water is contaminated with cocaine should be taken with a pinch of salt 

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Ethnicity and gender from elements in hair

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Scientists in Canada have shown how the elements in human hair can be used to differentiate between different ethnicities as well as gender.

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Curiosity Rover prepares for drilling at new site

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The Curiosity rover is selecting its next drill site on Mars, following a long hike in the direction of Mount Sharp, its final destination.

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The reliability of biomarkers in hair for alcohol abuse

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The suitability of two biomarkers in hair for documenting long-term alcohol abuse has been assessed and found wanting.

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Shuttle launches spray waste metals into surrounding waters

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The plumes from rocket launches at Kennedy Space Centre spread metals in the neighbourhood, say US scientists who have measured their levels in local waters.

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Proving GM food is OK to eat

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Scientists in the US believe they have uncovered a novel way to compare GM and unmodified crops which will help to convince doubters that GM food is safe to eat.

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Massive mass spectrometry for viruses

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Scientists in the US have examined the massive protein shells that hold virus DNA, known as procapsids, using charge detection mass spectrometry to identify entities more than 23 megaDaltons in size.

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Natural remedies dosed with Viagra analogue

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A new strategy for detecting synthetic adulterants in natural remedies has been demonstrated by the detection of a Viagra analogue in a well-known health food.

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Identifying beverages made from industrial alcohol

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A simple Raman spectroscopy test can identify drinks made from non-commercial alcohol, like industrial alcohol, by detecting traces of the denaturing agent Bitrex.

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