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Japanese CRO chooses Thermo Scientific LIMS

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The Japanese contract research organization JCL Bioassay is implementing Thermo Fisher Scientific's Watson laboratory information management system (LIMS) across its US laboratories.

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UC Riverside chemists wins MS award

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Yinsheng Wang, a professor of chemistry at the University of California, Riverside, has received the Biemann Medal from the American Society for Mass Spectrometry.

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Thermo Fisher promotes innovation in Shanghai

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Thermo Fisher Scientific has established the China Innovation Center in Shanghai.

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Stroke therapy success revealed by brain MRI

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The success of combination therapy for partial stroke victims to improve movement of the upper limbs has been assessed by MRI scanning of the brain.

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Agilent releases pesticide analysis guide

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Agilent Technologies has released the GC/MS/MS Pesticide Residue Analysis Guide.

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Gunshot residues persist in cremated bones

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Criminals can no longer escape justice by burning the body after shooting someone, as the gunshot residues can be detected in the burnt bones.

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Biomarker summit in Berlin

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The Biomarker Europe Summit 2013 will take place on 9–10 October 2013 in Berlin, Germany

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Irradiated methane ice forms heavy hydrocarbons

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In earthly experiments to investigate the compounds formed when methane ice in space is altered by ionising radiation, several chemical classes of high-molecular-weight hydrocarbons were formed.

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Females skuas poison their chicks during egg development

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Organo-chlorine compounds accumulate in skua chicks via transfer from their mothers during egg development, rather than though their own diet after birth.

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Gold nanoparticles measured in tumour tissue

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The amount of gold nanoparticles that reach tumour tissue following injection in readiness for thermal ablation treatment can be measured by EDXRF, taking just 12 hours compared with several days by other methods.

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