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New forensic science institute

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The University of Leicester in the UK has opened the Alec Jeffreys Forensic Science Institute.

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New statistics website

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Wiley has launched a new website called StatisticsViews.com, which it hopes will become the first place to go for any information related to statistical research.

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Animal doping event

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The biotechnology group of the UK Society of Chemical Industry is holding a free event entitled 'New Challenges and Approaches to Drug Detection in Animal Sport' at the University of Westminster, London, on Friday 7 December.

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Compound conundrum #2 - and the answer!

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In the second of this occasional series, can you work out the trivial name of this compound?

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Alkaloid acts as luminescent DNA probe in living cells

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An alkaloid isolated from a Himalayan herb emits red fluorescence in the presence of double-stranded DNA but blue emsission in its absence and can be used as a dye to measure DNA in living cells.

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DMAA controversy continues

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The controversy over the presence of 1,3- and 1,4-DMAA in geranium plants and their addition to sports supplements has been extended by a new study that found both compounds in geraniums from China.

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Yellow toner links counterfeit banknotes

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Croation scientists have shown that counterfeit banknotes can be linked by the Raman spectra of the yellow toner in the printing inks.

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Crude oil properties predicted by NMR

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NMR spectroscopy supported by multivariate analysis has been used to predict the physical and chemical properties of crude oil in a rapid alternative to current time consuming lab methods.

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IR in reading study will help assess dyslexia

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Near-IR spectroscopy has been used to follow brain activity during reading tests by monitoring changes in levels of oxy- and deoxyhaemoglobin, in a process which could be applied to speech therapy and in the assessment of dyslexia.

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Burden of the body packer

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The levels of amphetamines in the body fluids of three drug mules have been measured and correlated with the condition of the drug packaging in their bodies.

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