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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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The Human Diabetes Proteome Project

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The latest developments in the Human Diabetes Proteome Project have been detailed in the 2014 update, which reports on recent scientific meetings as well as the list of diabetes-associated proteins.

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