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10/05/2022
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  • Shining some light on the obscure proteome
    Mass-spectrometry based proteomics is the big-data science of proteins that allows the monitoring of the abundance of thousands of proteins in a sample at once. Therefore, it is a particularly w...


  • X-ray beam explores food color protein
    In food products, the natural blues tend to be moody. A fun food colorant with a scientific name - phycocyanin - provides a vivid blue pigment that food companies crave, but it can be unstable when...


  • Growing Polymer Pelts
    Polymer pelts made of the finest of fibers are suitable for many different applications, from coatings that adhere well and are easy to remove to highly sensitive biological detectors. Researchers ...


  • Fresh role for nitric oxide uncovered
    Cornell University chemists have uncovered a fresh role for nitric oxide that could send biochemical textbooks back for revision. They have identified a critical step in the nitrification proces...
  • Using electrochemistry to amp up drug manufacturing
    Give your medicine a jolt. By using electrochemistry, future pharmaceuticals - including many of the top prescribed medications in the United States - soon may be easily scaled up to be manufacture...


  • Convert carbon dioxide, create electricity
    While the human race will always leave its carbon footprint on the Earth, it must continue to find ways to lessen the impact of its fossil fuel consumption. "Carbon capture" technologies - chemical...


  • New microscopy methods revolutionize neuroscience
    Anyone who wants to understand the brain must be able to see the brain's microscopically small switching units - the neurons - at work. Conventional light microscopes are not sufficient to do the j...