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MARCH 27, 2015
 
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  NEWS  
  First glimpse inside a macroscopic quantum state  
  PRODUCT  
  Integrated HPLC Injector  
  NEWS  
  Antarctic ice shelves rapidly thinning  
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  Tips for Successful LC-MS: Keep the Sample In Focus  
  NEWS  
  HIV can lodge quickly in brain after infection  
  NEWS  
  Disrupted biological clock linked to Alzheimer’s disease  

Learn About Nanoelectrical Measurements with AFM

Nanoelectrical AFM techniques are widely used on electronic materials, but they are applicable to any sample with variations in conductivity, permittivity, work function or charge. Go beyond topography with Oxford Instruments AFMs.


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Antarctic ice shelves rapidly thinning

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A new study led by Scripps Institution of Oceanography at the Univ. of California, San Diego, researchers has revealed that the thickness of Antarctica’s floating ice shelves has recently decreased by as much as 18% in certain areas over nearly two decades, providing new insights on how the Antarctic ice sheet is responding to climate change.


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FLIR A6750sc MWIR Captures >4,000 fps

FLIR’s A6750sc MWIR thermal camera redefines affordable high performance for electronics inspections, NDT, and more. Featuring a cooled 640×512 detector, A6750sc supports up to 4.1k fps (windowing mode) for high-speed thermal events.


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NEWS

First glimpse inside a macroscopic quantum state

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In a recent study published in Physical Review Letters, the research group led by ICREA Prof. at ICFO Morgan Mitchell has detected, for the first time, entanglement among individual photon pairs in a beam of squeezed light. Quantum entanglement is always related to the microscopic world, but it also has striking macroscopic effects, such as the squeezing of light or superconductivity.


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HIV can lodge quickly in brain after infection

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HIV can establish itself in the brain as soon as four months after initial infection; a finding that dampens hopes of an impending cure for a disease that afflicts more than 35 million people. Within two years of infection, a genetically distinct version of HIV replicates in the brains of as many as one in four patients.


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Creating Multi-Component Systems in One 3D Printing Step

Join R&D for this free webinar where top innovators discuss the evolution of these systems and the myriad of products they’re capable of creating.

3D printing has evolved from simple devices that replicate products in a single material to devices having the ability to create products from unlimited combinations of rigid, flexible and transparent materials in a single print run. These new systems enable users to create the characteristics of an assembled part—without any assembly or coloring. Now available on-demand!


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ARTICLE

Tips for Successful LC-MS: Keep the Sample In Focus

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Liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry (LC-MS) is taking over as an analytical technique of choice in diverse fields. While a LC-MS analyst may be tempted to rely on the most commonly used sample prep techniques, columns and mobile phases in his/her field, we show successful LC-MS demands these workflow elements be chosen with the physico-chemical properties of the analyte in mind.


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NEWS

Surface-modified nanoparticles endow coatings with combine properties

Nanoparticles are specifically adapted to the particular application by Small Molecule Surface Modification. Thereby surfaces of work pieces or moldings are expected to exhibit several different functions at one and the same time. Fabricators and processors alike demand consistently high quality for their intermediate and final products. The properties of these goods usually also have to meet specific requirements.


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Entries Now Open

R&D is now accepting entries for the 53rd annual R&D 100 Awards. Groundbreaking research is taking shape daily across industry, government, and academia. Make sure your innovation is recognized along with the most significant new technology introduced in the past year.


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NEWS

Disrupted biological clock linked to Alzheimer’s disease

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New research has identified some of the processes by which molecules associated with neurological diseases can disrupt the biological clock, interfere with sleep and activity patterns and set the stage for a spiral of health concerns that can include a decreased lifespan and Alzheimer’s disease.


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Researchers master gene editing technique in mosquito that transmits deadly diseases

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Traditionally, to understand how a gene functions, a scientist would breed an organism that lacks that gene, “knocking it out”, then ask how the organism has changed. Are its senses affected? Its behavior? Can it even survive? Thanks to the recent advance of gene editing technology, this gold standard genetic experiment has become much more accessible in a wide variety of organisms.


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We are now accepting entries for the 2015 Young Mind Awards!

Our mission is to inspire youth at the Middle and High School levels, as well as students at the undergraduate level, to pursue their passion and bring forth Design Engineering and Research and Development as desirable education and career options for scholars.


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PRODUCT

Integrated HPLC Injector

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VICI Valco’s Cheminert C52 Series Injector presents an integrated motor/valve assembly designed specifically to be built into an OEM system. Using the well-proven Cheminert HPLC injector design and the 24-V motor from the company's popular microelectric actuators, the C52 needs only to be connected to the instrument’s power supply. Control is simplified to require a single contact closure; the injector’s position is determined by whether the closure is held high or low.


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AWARD WINNER

2015 R&D 100 Awards entries now open

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The editors of R&D Magazine have announced the opening of the 2015 R&D 100 Awards entry process. The R&D 100 Awards have a 50 plus year history of awarding the 100 most technologically significant products of the year. Past winners have included sophisticated testing equipment, innovative new materials, chemistry breakthroughs, biomedical products, consumer items, high-energy physics and more.


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