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Motor Proteine Changes Direction

Author: Marek Czykanski (Image: Kuo-Fu Tseng, Oregon State University)

09 January 2017 – Insights into cellular machinery that animal and fungi cells use to ensure normal cell division

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Nose-to-Brain Delivery of Nanoemulsions


04 January 2017 – To what extend can nanoparticles be delivered through the nose-to-brain pathway, a shortcut for direct drug delivery to the brain

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Happy New Year


01 January 2017 – We wish you all the best for a peaceful, healthy and successful 2017

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Better Biomachining

Author: Lisa-Marie Rauschendorfer

30 December 2016 – Processing metal with bacteria improved by making the bacteria reusable and recovering metals

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Chemistry Advent Calendar 2016


24 December 2016 – Check today's flask for the next chemistry highlight - the last for this year

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A Step Closer Toward Bioplastic


05 December 2016 – Structure of polyhydroxyalkanoates (PHA) synthase and molecular mechanisms of the PHA biosynthesis described

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Searching for Christmas Presents?


01 December 2016 – Editors recommend science-themed holiday gift ideas

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Synthesizing Selenoproteins


29 November 2016 – First total chemical synthesis of two human selenoproteins

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Major Chemistry Publishers Require ORCID IDs for Authors

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28 November 2016 – Major publishers have committed to requiring ORCID iDs in the publishing process for their journals

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Assembling Cells with Magnets


11 November 2016 – Contactless bioprinting uses diamagnetic properties of whole blood cells

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