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Researchers Piece Together Treasured Cellular Gateway for First Time
Researchers Piece Together Treasured Cellular Gateway for First Time

Your body is made of close to 100 trillion cells that keep you healthy and alive. Each cell has billions of parts of its own, all of them working in tandem to keep life’s processes moving.

The second round of elections of board members and inspectors of the Iranian Laboratory Research Association was held.
The second round of elections of board members and inspectors of the Iranian Laboratory Research Association was held.

Election Results of the Second Round of the Board Members and Inspectors of the Iranian Laboratory Research Association.

Lab Manager Quality & Compliance Digital Summit
Lab Manager Quality & Compliance Digital Summit

Event Details Lab Manager Quality & Compliance Digital Summit Date(s): Oct 20, 2021 - Oct 21, 2021

New Proteins Enable Scientists to Control Cell Activities
New Proteins Enable Scientists to Control Cell Activities

The hope is that these protein switches can one day be used as intermediaries with cells inside the human body

Microbiology Research Furthers Understanding of Ocean’s Role in Carbon Cycling
Microbiology Research Furthers Understanding of Ocean’s Role in Carbon Cycling

This research is a step toward forecasting how much carbon will leave the ocean as greenhouse gas carbon dioxide

Greening the lab: first net zero mass spectrometer launched
Greening the lab: first net zero mass spectrometer launched

As part of an initiative to permanently remove CO₂ emissions associated with the manufacture and supply chain of all new inorganic IRMS products, the world’s first net zero mass spectrometer (MS) has been launched. This is the first product launch within an inspiring initiative that commits to removing all embodied carbon in new instrumentation, using technologies, like direct air capture and bio-oil sequestration that will make it easier than ever for scientists working across geoscience, food and beverage, environmental science and forensics to practice science sustainably.

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How Environmental Changes Affect the Shapes of RNA in Living Cells
How Environmental Changes Affect the Shapes of RNA in Living Cells

The impact of environmental conditions on the dynamic structures of RNAs in living cells has been revealed by innovative technology developed by researchers at the John Innes Centre.

Robotic Motion in Curved Space Defies Standard Laws of Physics
Robotic Motion in Curved Space Defies Standard Laws of Physics

When humans, animals, and machines move throughout the world, they always push against something, whether it’s the ground, air, or water. Until recently, physicists believed this to be a constant, following the law of conservation momentum. Now, researchers from the Georgia Institute of Technology have proven the opposite—when bodies exist in curved spaces, it turns out that they can in fact move without pushing against something.

Mass Spectrometers
Mass Spectrometers

COLUMBIA, MD — Shimadzu Scientific Instruments introduces the LCMS-2050 Liquid Chromatograph Quadrupole Mass Spectrometer that features a significantly reduced size, while providing high speed and high sensitivity analysis. Designed for effortless operation, the LCMS-2050 mass spectrometer combines ease of use as an LC detector with excellent MS capabilities.

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