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Air Liquide to Acquire Airgas


19 November 2015 – Air Liquide to acquire U.S.-based Airgas for U.S. $143 per share in cash

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Merck Completes Sigma-Aldrich Acquisition


19 November 2015 – Merck announced the completion of its $ 17 billion acquisition of Sigma-Aldrich

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Nanoparticles Catalyze Hydrogen Evolution


18 November 2015 – Cobalt ditelluride nanoparticles are an efficient electrocatalyst for electrochemical water reduction

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Synthetic Biology Toolboxes for Cyanobacteria

Author: Anar Murphy

17 November 2015 – Controlling gene expression in cyanobacteria

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Fluorescent pH-Responsive Biosensor

Author: Jenna Pope

16 November 2015 – Hydrogel sensor using a thioflavin T cross-linker

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Useful Vinyl Sulfides from Crude Oil


15 November 2015 – Efficient palladium-NHC catalyst for the conversion of thiols to vinyl sulfides

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Capturing Radionuclides


14 November 2015 – Metal sulfide for the storage of cesium, strontium, and uranium from nuclear waste

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Alternatives to Animal Testing


13 November 2015 – ECHA to require registrants to consider alternatives when submitting proposals to test on animals

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BASF In Asia Pacific


12 November 2015 – Second phase of Innovation Campus Asia Pacific inaugurated, global research platform headquartered in Shanghai

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Why Curcumin is Brain Food

Author: Adrian Neal

11 November 2015 – Curcumin protects against neurodegeneration by redirecting protein aggregation towards nontoxic forms

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