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Radio chip and sensor in one

15-Oct-2010

RFID technology is on the advance. But, up to now radio chips primarily supply data for the identification of products. Researchers have now developed a transponder which measures temperature, pressure and humidity. The chip with sensor function could revolutionize the applications ...

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Red-Emitting Dyes for Optical Microscopy and Nanoscopy

08-Jul-2010

Far-field optical nanoscopy methods, especially STED (stimulated emission depletion), pose very strict and, at times, contradictory requirements on the utilized fluorescent markers. Photostable fluorescent dyes that absorb in the red optical region are indispensable as labels for various micro- ...

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Detecting fake wine vintages: It's an (atomic) blast

24-Mar-2010

Two decades of atomic bomb testing in the atmosphere are yielding an unexpected bonus for consumers, scientists reported here at the 239th National Meeting of the American Chemical Society (ACS). It's a new test to determine whether that Bordeaux or burgundy is from a fine vintage year and ...

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Mingyuan Medicare Announces Collaboration with CHGC and SBC on Major Infectious Diseases Detecting Platform

Infectious Diseases Detecting Platform in Fight Against Human Swine Flu

15-Jun-2009

The Board of Mingyuan Medicare Development Company Limited announced that the Company had entered into a milestone co-operation agreement with Chinese National Human Genome Centre in Shanghai ("CHGC") and Shanghai Biochip Company Limited ("SBC") on the joint establishment of an uniquely dynamic ...

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Screening method for anti-HIV therapeutics?

20-May-2009

A new and easy method for the detection of microRNA and RNase H activity could be used for screening anti-HIV therapeutics say Chinese scientists. Zhengping Li and co-workers at Hebei University have developed a rapid, quantitative and sensitive method for the detection of microRNA (miRNA) and ...

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Raman’s narrower fingerprint set to broaden utility of flow cytometry

27-Feb-2009

Andor Technology plc announced that researchers have successfully tested the first proof-of-concept of a Raman Spectral Flow Cytometer (SFC), thanks to its Electron Multiplying CCD (EMCCD) camera NewtonEM. Raman Spectral Flow Cytometry promises to revolutionise cell characterisation by allowing ...

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Illumina and Oxford Nanopore Enter into Broad Commercialization Agreement

Single-Molecule DNA Sequencing System Promises Dramatic Improvement in Cost, Speed, Versatility, and Simplicity of Sequencing

14-Jan-2009

Illumina and Oxford Nanopore Technologies announced a strategic alliance including a commercialization agreement and equity investment. Under the terms of the commercialization agreement, Illumina will exclusively market, sell, distribute, and service BASE™ Technology products developed by Oxford ...

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To successfully treat intoxications caused by consumer products, the formulations must be known

BfR and its Committee "Assessment of Intoxications" propose new labelling for identification purposes in emergencies

25-Nov-2008

If a child swallows a cleaning product by mistake, rapid help can be life-saving. In the case of accidents involving household chemicals, doctors have to know which substances the product contains. Only then can they give targeted treatment. Frequently, however, they only have incomplete ...

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Carnegie Mellon MRI technology that non-invasively locates, quantifies specific cells in the body

22-Aug-2008

Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) isn't just for capturing detailed images of the body's anatomy. Thanks to novel imaging reagents and technology developed by Carnegie Mellon University scientist Eric Ahrens, MRI can be used to visualize cell populations of interest in the living body. The ability ...

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Toxic chemicals found in common scented laundry products, air fresheners

28-Jul-2008

A University of Washington study of top-selling laundry products and air fresheners found the products emitted dozens of different chemicals. All six products tested gave off at least one chemical regulated as toxic or hazardous under federal laws, but none of those chemicals was listed on the ...

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