February 2011 Issue of R&D Magazine
This month's issue's cover story is on high-performance innovation. As researchers scramble to deliver R&D results, they are turning to high-performance computing. Other features include information on the proper equipment and procedures that ensure optimal gas system performance, digital multimeters, new methods that enable life science researchers to understand entire biological systems instead of individual parts, venture capital for R&D, and Pittcon 2011 products.
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Another Sputnik Moment
Can Coffee Protect Against Diabetes?
Study Maps How T Cells Discriminate Pathogens
Sweet Diagnosis: Sugar, Nanoparticles Detect Cholera Toxin
IQ Test Assesses Bacteria's "Social Inelligence"
Metamaterials May Advance Optical Technologies, Cloaking
Intematix Unveils Remote Phosphor Light Source
New Glass Tops Steel in Strength and Toughness
New Family of Bioplastics Avoids Traditional compromises
HPLC, UHPLC Consumables
Benchtop Mass Spectrometer
Automatic Liquid Sampler
True Surface Microscopy
High-Stability Infrared Detector Arrays
Triple Quadrupole Mass Spectrometer
Precision Variable-Speed Console Drives
Particle Size and Shape Characterization System
Mass Flowmeters and Controllers
Optical Profilers with Multi-Surface Analysis
Digital Thermometer for RTD Sensors