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2010-09-30 17:05:10

In two landmark studies published today in the journal Drug Testing and Analysis (DTA), UK and Swiss research teams reveal two techniques proven to identify dissolved cocaine in bottles of wine or rum.

2010-09-22 14:23:15

Portable devices that use a laser beam to probe bones, teeth, and other parts of the body for early signs of diseases like osteoporosis and tooth decay may seem like something out of science fiction.

2010-09-14 18:36:43

A new "on-chip" method for sorting and identifying bacteria has been created by biomedical engineers at Taiwan's National Cheng Kung University.

2010-08-18 10:00:00

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2010-08-04 16:37:22

Surface plasmons are quanta of collective oscillations of free electrons at metal-insulator interface, usually excited by photons.

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2010-03-19 09:29:07

Microorganisms are everywhere and most of them are harmless, but they can do a lot of damage in the manufacture of pharmaceuticals or in tissue transplants.

2010-03-18 10:11:00

PITTSBURGH, March 18 /PRNewswire/ -- ChemImage, a world leader in chemical imaging products and services, will present the results of an ingredient-specific particle sizing (ISPST) study on a combination Metered Dose Inhaler product at Respiratory Drug Delivery (RDD) 2010 (www.rddonline.com).

2010-01-06 12:00:00

BETHLEHEM, Pa., Jan. 6 /PRNewswire/ -- Particle Sciences Inc. (PSI), a leading pharmaceutical CRO, is adding to its formulation and characterization abilities through a cooperative agreement with HORIBA Scientific.

2009-11-09 16:16:09

Researchers from Lehigh and Rice universities combine electron microscopy and spectroscopy techniques to shed new light on a tungstated zirconia catalyst.

2009-10-05 09:35:52

Scientists at Queen's University Belfast are developing new sensors to detect chemical agents and illegal drugs which will help in the fight against the threat of terrorist attacks.


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