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Reprogramming, business models, differentiation, therapeutics
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Are you up to date on the latest in these important areas of stem cell research? If not, register now for SLAS Screening Stem Cells 2011, Sept. 26-27, Boston. Aug. 15 is the last day for early-bird discounts. More

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JALA Literature Highlights co-author named
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Xiaole Mao, Ph.D. of Procter & Gamble in Mason, Ohio, is now serving with Tal Murthy, Ph.D., of Caliper Life Sciences in Hopkinton, Mass., as co-author of the JALA Literature Highlights column, one of JALA's most popular regular columns. More



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SLAS2012 hosts forward-thinking industry visionaries
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Robert Ballard, an oceanographer using incredible technology on his remote journeys; Jing Cheng, of China's Tsinghua University School of Medicine, the developer of the world's first lab-on-a-chip system doing amazing work with biochips for translational medicine; and Peter G. Schultz, a pioneer in combining the tools and principles of chemistry with the molecules and processes of living cells keynote SLAS2012, Feb. 4-8, San Diego. More

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SLAS HTS and assay development session at ELRIG
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"High-Throughput Screening and Assay Development — Fit for Purpose?" by Richard Eglen of Corning is one of seven presentations during the SLAS guest session at ELRIG Drug Discovery 2011, Sept. 7-8, Manchester Central, U.K. More

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Member profile: Bob Campbell
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Eli Lilly and Company scientist. Rock & roll drummer. JBS editor-in-chief. Vintage drum collector. These terms ALL describe SLAS member Bob Campbell, the focus of a new member profile in the SLAS Electronic Laboratory Neighborhood. More

PEACe Conference, Sept. 25-29, Portugal
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SLAS members may be interested in The 10th Conference on Protein Expression in Animal Cells to share knowledge in the field of recombinant protein expression. More
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An exceptional 54-fold interpenetrated coordination polymer
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Entanglement is one of the most important features of coordination polymer frameworks and has attracted considerable attention due to its aesthetic and topological interest. Among entangled systems, interpenetrating frameworks represent an intriguing subset; however, there are few examples of materials containing very high levels of interpenetration. More

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MS analysis of nucleic acids in the post-genomic era
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Alternative approaches complementing the existing technologies for analysis of nucleic acids and their assemblies are necessary to take on the new challenges posed by the postgenomic era. The versatility of MS in biopolymer analysis and its ability to reach beyond sequence information are the basis of ever expanding applications aimed at the elucidation of nucleic acid structure−function relationships. More

A puzzle named Bengü Sezen
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Questions about the massive Bengü Sezen scientific fraud case at Columbia University linger in the August heat. But many of them will likely never be answered — especially the question, Why? Columbia in 2005 awarded her a Ph.D. degree in chemistry with distinction; however, it was based in large part on her fraudulent work. Details of the case make clear that Sezen, at the very least, has a sophisticated understanding of chemical principles. More

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The dinosaur that died in its tracks
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Polish paleontologists have reported a surprising fossil first — a Protoceratops dinosaur that apparently died in its own tracks about 80 million years ago in Mongolia. Footprints are some of the only fossils that show us how dinosaurs and other long-extinct animals behaved when they were alive. But animals are rarely fossilised together with their final footprints. Invertebrates are an exception. More

Researchers prove existence of antiproton radiation belt around Earth
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Italian researchers using data from the satellite PAMELA have proven that theories showing there ought to be a ring of antiprotons encircling the Earth due to cosmic rays colliding with nuclei in the upper atmosphere are correct. Piergiorgio Picozza from the University of Rome, Tor Vergata, and a host of colleagues have published the results of their findings in arXiv. More

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Building blocks of DNA found in meteorites from space
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The components of DNA have now been confirmed to exist in extraterrestrial meteorites, researchers announced. A different team of scientists also discovered a number of molecules linked with a vital ancient biological process, adding weight to the idea that the earliest forms of life on Earth may have been made up in part from materials delivered to Earth from space. More

Finding about cell division, metabolism may provide insight into neurodegenerative disorders
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A new finding based on multiple collaborations between University of North Carolina and Duke scientists over several years points to new avenues for investigation of cell metabolism that may provide insights into diseases ranging from neurodegenerative disorders like Parkinson's and Alzheimer's disease to certain types of cancers. More



A personal beer brewery that spouts pro-quality suds in a week
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Most beer drinkers don't have the time to muddle through the painstaking home-brewing process, but the WilliamsWarn Personal Brewery simplifies just about everything. The brewing system produces pro-grade beers in seven days, instead of four weeks. For now, WilliamsWarn brewers are limited to light ales, but eventually, says inventor and master brewer Ian Williams, they'll be able to make, store and pour 50-pint batches of beers, from lagers to stouts. More


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