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Journal Highlight: Manual corneal thickness measurements of healthy equine eyes using a portable spectral-domain optical coherence tomography device

Date: Oct 13, 2014

Author: spectroscopyNOW

Manual corneal thickness measurement using a portable SD-OCT device provides epithelial, stromal, Descemet's membrane and total corneal thickness measurements with clinically acceptable intra- and interoperator reliability in healthy equine eyes.

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Solar power: An organic tin approach

Date: Oct 1, 2014

Author: David Bradley

German researchers have successfully integrated an organic tin moiety into a semiconducting polymer for the first time to make a new class of solar energy absorption material that can absorb a broad band across the electromagnetic spectrum from the sun.

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Journal Highlight: Fluorescence methods (VistaCam iX proof and DIAGNODent pen) for the detection of occlusal carious lesions in teeth recovered from archaeological context

Date: Sep 8, 2014

Author: spectroscopyNOW

The abilities of two commercial tools to detect initial enamel caries in archaeologically derived material are compared with visual inspection, X-ray, histology, and micro-CT for teeth from the modern Islamic (AD 1850–1950), Islamic (AD 600–1200) and late Roman (AD 200–400) periods.

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Oceanic methane: Greenhouse leakage

Date: Sep 1, 2014

Author: David Bradley

Natural methane leakage from the seafloor is far more widespread on the US Atlantic margin than geological scientists previously thought. Data from multibeam water-column backscatter experiments covering a 94000 square kilometre area reveal approximately 570 gas plumes at depths between 50 and 1700 metres. At these depths methane clathrates, in which this potent greenhouse gas is usually kept trapped under pressure, are unstable potentially allowing huge volumes to enter atmosphere.

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Journal Highlight: Cell-death assessment by fluorescent and nonfluorescent cytosolic and nuclear staining techniques

Date: Aug 11, 2014

Author: spectroscopyNOW

In this review, some of the most commonly used fluorescent and nonfluorescent staining techniques that identify apoptotic changes in cell, DNA and the nucleus are discussed.

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Toxic heavy metal detection: Portable sensitivity

Date: Aug 1, 2014

Author: David Bradley

Reflection spectroscopy can be used to detect mercury contamination of water down to a concentration of 200 parts per billion, according to Australian researchers working with colleagues in Spain. Their low cost, portable system will facilitate point of analysis testing.

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Journal Highlight: A new approach for evaluating the water resistance of sunscreens on consumers: tap water vs. salt water vs. chlorine water

Date: Jul 7, 2014

Author: spectroscopyNOW

A new in vivo screening approach to measure water resistance of sunscreens using UVA-induced fluorescence imaging was applied to several formulations containing different polymers and compared to commercial products for tap, salt and chlorinated water.

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Titanic isotopes: Mooning around nitrogen

Date: Jul 1, 2014

Author: David Bradley

New evidence for the origins of nitrogen in the atmosphere of Saturn's moon has been unearthed by ESA and NASA funded scientists and suggests that the element comes from protosolar ammonia found in the cold birthplace of the most ancient comets of the Oort cloud. The discovery precludes the hypothesis that Titan's building blocks formed within the warm disk of material thought to have surrounded the fledgling planet Saturn itself during its formation.

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Journal Highlight: Intraoperative fluorescence delineation of head and neck cancer with a fluorescent anti-epidermal growth factor receptor nanobody

Date: Jun 9, 2014

Author: spectroscopyNOW

Orthotopic tongue tumors and cervical lymph node metastases in a mouse model were clearly identified intraoperatively using a recently developed fluorescent EGFR-targeting nanobody, giving surgeons real-time visualization of tumors during surgery.

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UV poop test: Samples water

Date: Jun 1, 2014

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Contamination of water with fecal matter is a serious risk, especially in the developing world, for several diseases that are often lethal. Now, UV technology capable of sampling water systems to find indicators of fecal matter at levels thousandths or even millionths of times lower than those detected by conventional methods has been developed by a team of researchers at Texas A&M University.

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