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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.
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
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.
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.
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.
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.
CRAIC Technologies introduces the 508 PV™: an instrument that adds UV-visible-NIR and fluorescence spectroscopy and imaging to your microscope.
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.
Breakthrough Cancer-Killing Treatment Has No Side-Effects in Mice: New Chemistry May Cure Human Cancers
(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.
Polymer Chemistry: Dual-Function Molecules Enhance Widely Used Chemical Reaction While Reducing Harmful By-Products
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.
Chemical Memory of Seawater: Scientists Examine Biomolecules Dissolved in the Ocean and Read Them Like a History Book
Researchers devise surprisingly simple but effective method for magnetically separating oil and water
Oxygen-Sensing Bacterial Regulatory Protein: Chemistry Discovery Could Have Major Medical Implications
Pine Trees One of Biggest Contributors to Air Pollution: Pine Gases Chemically Transformed by Free Radicals