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Indoor pyrethroids put children at risk

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The levels of pyrethroid insecticides on household floors correlate with those in the urine of infants in California, reflecting their increased use since organophosphate pesticides were banned.

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Arctic study reveals warmest summers for 44,000 years due to greenhouse gases

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A recent study of the ages of exposed mosses on Baffin Island in the Arctic has shown that the last century was warmer than any preceding century over the last 44,000 years, primarily as a result of greenhouse gases.

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NASA's Opportunity and Curiosity rovers agree on water

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The Curiosity and Opportunity rovers on Mars have both found evidence that water was once on the surface of the planet. This is one of the observations in a series of papers published in a special collection in Science.

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Accurate urinary bladder cancer diagnosis by automated FTIR

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A novel FTIR spectroscopic test for urinary bladder cancer developed by scientists in Germany has been improved to give a more accurate diagnosis, distinguishing patients from those with urinary tract infections.

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Abundant molecular chlorine found in the Arctic atmosphere

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An international team of scientists has found unprecedented levels of molecular chlorine in the Arctic atmosphere, originating from snow-covered land or surface ice, with huge implications for atmospheric chemistry.

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Greenpeace finds toxic chemicals in children's clothing

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A widespread Greenpeace testing programme has found low levels of a range of toxic chemicals in children's clothing from major high street brands, although the levels are generally well within acceptable limits.

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Curiosity rover is spotted by the HiRISE Mars orbiter

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NASA has released images of the Curiosity rover on the surface of Mars that were taken from the HiRISE Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter last December.

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Russian mass spectrometry

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The current state of mass spectrometry in Russia has been reviewed, detailing the changes and advances that were introduced following the establishment of the Russian Federation.

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Bad metals in biodiesel

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Four metals which are no good for biodiesel can be measured simultaneously by a novel atomic emission spectroscopic technique using a tungsten coil.

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How to set up your DESI source for tissue imaging

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Wondering how to set up your DESI ion source for tissue imaging? Then wonder no longer as scientists publish a guide including several tips and tricks.

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