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    Particle Measuring Systems has 35 years experience designing, manufacturing, and servicing microcontamination monitoring instrumentation and software used for detecting particles in air, liquid, and...
  • News - 17 May 2022
    Cryogenic transmission electron microscopy (cryo-EM) is one of the recent methods for obtaining high-resolution images of proteins. However, this technique comes with certain limitations. Researchers...
  • News - 7 May 2014
    An interdisciplinary team of scientists from KU Leuven in Belgium has developed a new technique to examine how proteins interact with each other at the level of a single HIV viral particle. The...
  • News - 29 Jun 2013
    Synthetic biology researchers at Northwestern University, working with partners at Harvard Medical School, have for the first time synthesized ribosomes -- cell structures responsible for generating...
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    NYU Langone Medical Center researchers have developed a powerful new method to investigate the discrete steps necessary to turn on individual genes and examine how the process goes wrong in cancer and...
  • News - 15 Oct 2009
    Researchers at The University of Texas at Austin have conducted a basic chemistry experiment in what is perhaps the world's smallest test tube, measuring a thousandth the diameter of a human hair....
  • News - 5 Feb 2009
    At the University of Surrey, test tube chemistry just took a leap down in size to the nano-scale, with new test-tubes measuring only about one billionth of a metre across. The scaling factor is like...
  • News - 4 Jan 2009
    Artificial bone marrow that can continuously make red and white blood cells has been created in a University of Michigan lab. This development could lead to simpler pharmaceutical drug testing,...
  • News - 2 Sep 2008
    Japanese researchers from the University of Tokyo have made a complex that crystallizes as a porous solid. Common reagents, even bulky ones, can easily diffuse into these pores and are sufficiently...

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