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C60 confirmed in the Milky Way

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The spectrum of a lab-made complex of C60+ and helium has provided the closest match yet to two diffuse interstellar bands in the spectra originating in the Milky Way, providing strong evidence of the existence of buckminsterfullerene in space.

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German bioinformatics markets to grow by 29%

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According to a new report from Canadian market research company TechSci Research, Germany will continue to have one of the fastest growing bioinformatics markets in Europe over the next five years.

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How to solve NMR’s sensitivity deficiencies

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The ways to overcome the well-documented sensitivity deficiencies of NMR spectroscopy for biomolecules have been discussed in detail in a new review based on a recent workshop where the authors met for a brainstorming session.

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The fading yellow of Matisse

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Scientists have uncovered how the bright yellow paint used by Henri Matisse in his painting The Joy of Life has faded to a sad beige, while calling for more international cooperation to serve the world’s cultural heritage.

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Corticosterone levels in bird eggs corrected by LC/MS, revealing previously unknown patterns

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The variation of corticosterone levels in bird eggs has been measured by LC/MS, correcting the gross overestimations of immunoassays and revealing a link with the time of breeding.

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German researchers magic up new digital lab notebook

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Researchers at the Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Engineering and Automation IPA in Stuttgart, Germany, have developed a novel digital lab notebook called Merlin.

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Waters inaugurates first center of innovation in Taiwan

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Waters has inaugurated Chang Gung University's Healthy Aging Research Center in Taipei, Taiwan, into its Water's Centers of Innovation Program, making it the first Taiwanese member of the program.

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New Thought Leader for Agilent

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Agilent Technologies has presented its latest Thought Leader Award to Arturo Keller, director of the Center for the Environmental Implications of Nanotechnology at the University of California, Santa Barbara, US.

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Thermo Fisher presents 2015 TMT research awards

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Thermo Fisher Scientific has announced the four winners of its 2015 Tandem Mass Tag (TMT) research awards.

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Cannibal recipe book

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Mexican cannibals who lived around 700-500 BC had a variety of recipes for cooking their macabre meals, some of them involving spices.

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