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iScienceSearch - the intelligent Internet search engine for chemists

iScienceSearch - the intelligent Internet search engine for chemists

by Alexander KOS — 04-04-14 02:46 AM

iScienceSearch searches more than 100 databases on the Internet. You can draw chemical structures, use text or identifiers like names and CAS Registry Number.

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NT-MDT launches Titanium, the first AFM with automated, multiple tip exchange

NT-MDT launches Titanium, the first AFM with automated, multiple tip exchange

by Barbara Foster — 04-04-14 02:46 AM

Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM) is expanding rapidly into all venues, from bio and pharma to materials, nanotech, and semiconductors. Its use in more routine situations has been limited by the need to exchange tips, a time consuming process. NT-MDT (www.NTMDT.com) has solved that problem with TITANIUM®, the first AFM to provide a self-aligning, multi-probe cartridge for fast, automated tip exchange.

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New Integrated Raman Spectroscopy & Imaging Software from CRAIC Technologies

New Integrated Raman Spectroscopy & Imaging Software from CRAIC Technologies

by Paul Martin — 04-04-14 02:46 AM

CRAIC Technologies introduces Lambdafire-R™ integrated Raman microspectroscopy & imaging software for Windows 8 ®

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Dolomite continues to release the coolest microfluidic products

Dolomite continues to release the coolest microfluidic products

by The Dolomite Centre Limited — 04-04-14 02:46 AM

Dolomite is looking forward to another great year in 2014 having reported a year-on-year increase on standard product sales as well as an increase on sales of its Productizing Science® partnerships.

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Dolomite introduces groundbreaking microfluidic system for high throughput droplet microfluidics

Dolomite introduces groundbreaking microfluidic system for high throughput droplet microfluidics

by The Dolomite Centre Limited — 04-04-14 02:46 AM

Dolomite, has launched Telos, an innovative system for high throughput droplet, particle, and flow product generation.

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Wiley Announces the 10th edition of the Wiley Registry of Mass Spectral Data

Wiley Announces the 10th edition of the Wiley Registry of Mass Spectral Data

by Graeme Whitley — 11-22-13 06:11 AM

Wiley announces the 10th edition of the Wiley Registry® of Mass Spectral Data. The new edition offers the largest mass spectral library ever commercially available, with over 719,000 spectra, over 684,000 searchable chemical structures, covering over 638,000 compounds.

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 2-day In-person Seminar on Mastering the HIPAA Privacy, Security, and Breach Notification Rules	: Coping with Rule Changes, Managing Incidents, Preparing for Audits, and Avoiding Penalties

2-day In-person Seminar on Mastering the HIPAA Privacy, Security, and Breach Notification Rules : Coping with Rule Changes, Managing Incidents, Preparing for Audits, and Avoiding Penalties

by Roger Steven — 11-22-13 06:11 AM

This session is designed to provide intensive, two-day training in HIPAA compliance, including what's new in the regulations, what's changed recently, and what needs to be addressed for compliance by covered entities and business associates. The session provides the background and details for any manager of healthcare information privacy and security to know what are the most important privacy and security issues, what needs to be done for HIPAA compliance, and what can happen when compliance is not adequate. Audits and enforcement will be explained, as well as privacy and security breaches and how to prevent them. Numerous references and sample documents will be provided.

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Dolomite to showcase novel microfluidic solutions at MicroTAS 2013

by The Dolomite Centre Limited — 11-22-13 06:11 AM

Microfluidics specialist Dolomite will be showcasing two groundbreaking devices, Telos and Mitos Dropix, on booth #6 at the 17th International Systems for Chemistry and Life Sciences (MicroTAS) in Freiburg, Germany, from the 27th to the 31st October.

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Dolomite's new Membrane Chip Interface advances multiple microfluidic applications

by The Dolomite Centre Limited — 11-22-13 06:11 AM

Microfluidics specialist Dolomite is pleased to announce the launch of its Membrane Chip Interface, a novel device designed specifically for in-line liquid-liquid separation, liquid-liquid contacting, dead-end and cross-flow filtration, and electrochemistry applications.

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Looking for the next generation in microfluidics

by The Dolomite Centre Limited — 11-22-13 06:11 AM

Microfluidic specialist Dolomite is now taking entries for this year’s Productizing Science® Competition. After the huge success of last year's competition, the company is once again looking for innovative microfluidics concepts to turn them into commercial reality.

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The 508 PV™ UV-visible-NIR Spectrophotometer for Your Microscope

The 508 PV™ UV-visible-NIR Spectrophotometer for Your Microscope

by Paul Martin — 11-22-13 06:11 AM

CRAIC Technologies introduces the 508 PV™: an instrument that adds UV-visible-NIR and fluorescence spectroscopy and imaging to your microscope.

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Spectroscopy of Microscopic Features of Very Large Samples-The Solution From CRAIC Technologies

Spectroscopy of Microscopic Features of Very Large Samples-The Solution From CRAIC Technologies

by Paul Martin — 11-22-13 06:11 AM

The 20/30 XL™ is able to take spectra and images of microscopic features of very large objects from the deep UV to the near infrared. Because of the flexible instrument design, the is no upper limit to the sample size which makes this instrument perfect for everything from quality control of the largest flat panel displays to film thickness of 300 mm wafers to the non-destructive analysis of great artworks.

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Spicing up water purification

Spicing up water purification

by Emma Stoye, RSC — 09-13-13 07:38 AM

 

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Manipulating liquid metal marbles

Manipulating liquid metal marbles

by Yuandi Li, RSC — 05-21-13 05:57 AM

 

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Actinide specialists crystallise uranium(VI) nitride

Actinide specialists crystallise uranium(VI) nitride

by Simon Hadlington, RSC — 05-06-13 09:55 AM

 

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Microwave Oven Cooks Up Solar Cell Material

Microwave Oven Cooks Up Solar Cell Material

by ScienceDaily — 05-06-13 09:52 AM

 

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Molecular Rings Mystery Solved After 20 Years

Molecular Rings Mystery Solved After 20 Years

by ScienceDaily — 04-17-13 03:08 AM

 

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Biomimetic bricks inspired by mother of pearl

Biomimetic bricks inspired by mother of pearl

by Charlie Quigg, RSC — 04-10-13 09:05 AM

 

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Bioglass helping to mend bones

Bioglass helping to mend bones

by Elhuyar Fundazioa — 04-03-13 08:16 AM

 

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Surface freezing in nanodroplets

Surface freezing in nanodroplets

by Tamsin Cowley, RSC — 03-29-13 07:47 AM

 

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Chemical chameleon tamed: Researchers give floppy molecule a structure through solvent effects

Chemical chameleon tamed: Researchers give floppy molecule a structure through solvent effects

by Physical Review Letters, Provided by Ruhr-Universitaet-Bochum, phys.org — 03-18-13 03:19 AM

 

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Recycling rare earth elements using ionic liquids

Recycling rare earth elements using ionic liquids

by Ian Farrell, RSC — 03-15-13 08:56 AM

 

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Fireproof coatings made from DNA

Fireproof coatings made from DNA

by Ian Farrell, RSC — 03-01-13 08:10 AM

 

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Turbulence in a Crystal

Turbulence in a Crystal

by ScienceDaily — 03-01-13 08:00 AM

 

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The Cradle of the Nanoparticle

The Cradle of the Nanoparticle

by ScienceDaily — 02-27-13 06:39 AM

 

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Understanding why cells stick

by ScienceDaily — 02-15-13 03:49 AM

 

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Tapping proton power for enantioselective synthesis

Tapping proton power for enantioselective synthesis

by James Mitchell Crow, RSC — 02-13-13 07:52 AM

 

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New Technology for Producing Hydrogen

New Technology for Producing Hydrogen

by ScienceDaily — 02-13-13 07:47 AM

 

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Sea urchin inspires carbon capture catalyst

Sea urchin inspires carbon capture catalyst

by James Urquhart, RSC — 02-06-13 06:44 AM

 

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Flow synthesis for anticancer drug

Flow synthesis for anticancer drug

by Michael Parkin, RSC — 01-23-13 07:04 AM

 

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Nanotube fibre production in a spin

Nanotube fibre production in a spin

by Laura Howes, RSC — 01-21-13 06:29 AM

 

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'Comet water' ions found in bacterial protein

'Comet water' ions found in bacterial protein

by Institut Laue-Langevin — 01-11-13 05:56 AM

 

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Rotaxane mimics ribosome to spin out peptides

Rotaxane mimics ribosome to spin out peptides

by Laura Howes, RSC — 01-10-13 08:53 AM

 

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New Material Harvests Energy from Water Vapor

New Material Harvests Energy from Water Vapor

by ScienceDaily — 01-10-13 08:54 AM

 

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Study offers insight into converting wood to bio-oil

Study offers insight into converting wood to bio-oil

by Mick Kulikowski, phys.org — 12-17-12 06:38 AM

(Phys.org)—New research from North Carolina State University provides molecular-level insights into how cellulose – the most common organic compound on Earth and the main structural component of plant cell walls – breaks down in wood to create "bio-oils" which can be refined into any number of useful products, including liquid transportation fuels to power a car or an airplane.

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Nanofibers Clean Sulfur from Fuel

Nanofibers Clean Sulfur from Fuel

by ScienceDaily — 12-17-12 06:33 AM

 

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Chemists cull compounds using 'intuition'

Chemists cull compounds using 'intuition'

by Andy Extance, RSC — 11-30-12 07:06 AM

 

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Protein coat prepares catalyst for cascades

Protein coat prepares catalyst for cascades

by Laura Howes, RSC — 11-26-12 07:41 AM

 

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Sisyphean Task for Polar Molecules

Sisyphean Task for Polar Molecules

by ScienceDaily — 11-14-12 07:53 AM

 

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Oil loving membranes for oil spill clean-ups

Oil loving membranes for oil spill clean-ups

by Holly Sheahan, RSC — 11-14-12 07:52 AM

 

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World’s first all-carbon solar cell

World’s first all-carbon solar cell

by Simon Hadlington, RSC — 11-07-12 06:57 AM

 

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Prescription nanoreactors

Prescription nanoreactors

by Harriet Brewerton — 10-29-12 06:09 AM

 

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Chemist develops process that allows iron to serve as platinum catalyst

Chemist develops process that allows iron to serve as platinum catalyst

by Bob Yirka, Phys.org — 10-19-12 07:37 AM

Paul Chirik, a chemistry professor at Princeton University has, according to a profile in the New York Times, developed a process that allows ordinary iron to be used as a substitute catalyst in certain reactions that up till now have required platinum.

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Taming erythropoietin through synthesis

Taming erythropoietin through synthesis

by Phillip Broadwith, RSC — 10-10-12 07:47 AM

 

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Polystyrene depolymerisation: new recycling option

Polystyrene depolymerisation: new recycling option

by Phillip Broadwith, RSC — 10-03-12 02:54 AM

 

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Fluorination via porphyrin

Fluorination via porphyrin

by Ian Le Guillou, RSC — 09-14-12 07:39 AM

 

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Carbon wire a double helix

Carbon wire a double helix

by Laura Howes, RSC — 09-10-12 08:25 AM

 

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Fruit juice infused chocolate to reduce fat consumption

Fruit juice infused chocolate to reduce fat consumption

by Elinor Hughes, RSC — 09-07-12 08:30 AM

 

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Inert nanoshells succumb to iron will

Inert nanoshells succumb to iron will

by Andy Extance, RSC — 08-27-12 08:43 AM

 

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Superior Fuel Cell Material Developed

Superior Fuel Cell Material Developed

by ScienceDaily — 08-27-12 08:35 AM

 

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Watching single nanoparticles work

Watching single nanoparticles work

by James Mitchell Crow, RSC — 08-22-12 08:14 AM

 

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Recovering chemical weapons

by Laura Howes, RSC — 08-10-12 07:28 AM

 

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Sensor a snug fit for glucose

Sensor a snug fit for glucose

by Hayley Birch, RSC — 08-08-12 09:12 AM

 

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Chemists Advance Clear Conductive Thin Films

Chemists Advance Clear Conductive Thin Films

by ScienceDaily — 08-08-12 08:57 AM

 

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A sweeter approach to sugar synthesis

A sweeter approach to sugar synthesis

by Samantha Cheung, RSC — 07-27-12 03:47 AM

 

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