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Article ID: 692586

Microwave Chemistry Research Heats Up at WVU

West Virginia University - Eberly College of Arts and Sciences

Similar to how microwave ovens heat soup but not the bowl, researchers at West Virginia University are exploring the possibility of heating one solution component selectively over others in chemical reactions.

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Article ID: 692563

Novel FAU Discovery to Treat Ischemic Stroke Will Be Developed, Commercialized by CHS Pharma, Inc.

Florida Atlantic University

Researchers have developed and patented a novel approach to treat ischemic stroke combining three distinct classes of drugs to create a multi-drug combination therapy, and have joined forces with CHS Pharma, Inc.

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Article ID: 692491

Fast! Hard X-Ray Flash Breaks Speed Record

Department of Energy, Office of Science

Lasting just a few hundred billionths of a billionth of a second, these bursts offer new tool to study chemistry and magnetism.

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Article ID: 692404

Rensselaer Graduate Student Awarded Lush Prize for Work To End Animal Research in Toxicology

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI)

Carolina Motter Catarino, a graduate student in chemical and biological engineering at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, has been awarded £10,000 from the Lush Prize, which is a collaboration between cosmetics company Lush and research organization Ethical Consumer.

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Article ID: 692474

In Vitro Chemical Screens; Ovary Effects of Personal Care Product Chemicals & More in April 2018 Toxicological Sciences

Society of Toxicology

Articles on personal care product chemicals; PBPK modeling; 2D vs 3D for drug-induced liver injury; zebrafish and drug discovery; glutathione restoration and acetaminophen; high-throughput screening for thyroid hormone T4; and genetically engineered food crops featured in new Toxicological Sciences.

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Article ID: 692436

Removing the Brakes on Plant Oil Production

Brookhaven National Laboratory

UPTON, NY—Scientists studying plant biochemistry at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Brookhaven National Laboratory have discovered new details about biomolecules that put the brakes on oil production. The findings suggest that disabling these biomolecular brakes could push oil production into high gear—a possible pathway toward generating abundant biofuels and plant-derived bioproducts.

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Article ID: 692425

ASBMB Announces Winners of Annual Awards

American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (ASBMB)

The American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology is pleased to announce the winners of its annual awards, and the times and titles of their talks at ASBMB 2018 in San Diego in late April.

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Article ID: 692364

Accelerating Scientific Discovery Through Code Optimization on Many-Core Processors

Brookhaven National Laboratory

During a recent weeklong coding marathon at Brookhaven Lab, scientists, code developers, and computing hardware experts achieved from 2x to 40x speedups for scientific application codes running on supercomputers powered by Intel processors for high-performance computing.

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Article ID: 692362

New Cellular Insights in Bone Development

Washington University in St. Louis

Most of us don’t think about our teeth and bones until one aches or breaks. A team of engineers at Washington University in St. Louis looked deep within collagen fibers to see how the body forms new bone and teeth, seeking insights into faster bone healing and new biomaterials.

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NUS Engineers Pioneer Greener and Cheaper Technique for Biofuel Production

National University of Singapore

A research team led by Associate Professor He Jianzhong from the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at NUS Faculty of Engineering has found that a natural bacterium isolated from mushroom crop residue can directly convert cellulose to biobutanol, a biofuel.

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