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Dead Sea Scroll parchments were produced by different techniques

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Spectroscopic examination of fragments of the Dead Sea Scrolls has shown that the parchments were originally produced by at least two different techniques, contrary to popular belief.

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Crime does pay

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The rising use of spectrometry in forensic and criminal work will help to drive the growth in the spectrometry market up to 2017, according to a new market research report.

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Protein for monitoring endangered turtle's reproduction cycle

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French scientists have identified two forms of vitellogenin in the blood of leatherback sea turtles, which will help to assess the reproductive status of these endangered species.

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FTIR spectra of all postage stamps in a country's history

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The ATR-FTIR spectra of examples of all of the postage stamps produced in Italy since 1862 have been collected.

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It's a great approach. Can we do the same for inks on legal papers?

Competition to find applications for new laser spectrometer

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Scientists have launched a competition to find the new ways to use a novel laser spectrometer but hurry up: you only have a few days to submit your ideas.

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Scottish medical unit receives £24 million

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The Medical Research Council (MRC) has awarded £24 million to the MRC Protein Phosphorylation and Ubiquitylation Unit, based at the University of Dundee.

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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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