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John Garner
Click to view contentCancer therapy suffers from drawbacks due to the non-specific nature of chemotherapy as well as the invasive nature of surgical and radiological means of treatment. Targeted therapies which primarily affect the cancerous tissue without damaging healthy tissue hold promise to reduce the side-effects of cancer treatment. Recently, researchers at… (Show more)
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John Garner
Click to view contentStem-cells hold promise to treat a wide variety of diseases including cardiovascular disease. Recently, PLGA (AP089) from PolySciTech (www.polyscitech.com) was described as part of a process of making PLGA-PEI particles for stem-cell delivery in a recent patent from researchers at University of Utah. This research holds promise for treating… (Show more)
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Elisabeth Voress
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Christiana Briddell
The Undergraduate Student Chapter Awards Ceremony at the ACS National Meeting in Orlando is coming soon, and this year we will be congratulating 76 student chapters who have won the Green Chemistry Award! Included in this number are four International Chapters –newly eligible this year—who won: Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (Brazil),… (Show more)
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DULSHAN SULAKSHANA
Hello everyone, im a mechanical eng student but im interested in a chemistry related question. how do we separate chemical constituents like cinnamon aldehyde from a bulk cinnamon bark oil? what methods do we use and what equipments do we use to separate these components. im interested doing a start up and It would be really helpful if you could… (Show more)
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Arlene Garrison
For those who have already retired, what one thing would you differently if you were retiring soon?
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Kelly Moran
Greetings fellow Senior Chemists,      It's no wonder that earth's biosphere has been likened to the skin of an apple.  The biosphere, where all known life exists on earth, is limited to the lithosphere and hydrosphere, which comprise earth's crust, and the atmosphere.  According to NASA, the radius of planet earth is over 6300 km and the crust… (Show more)
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Alex Dean
Cancer is the biggest energy for all human beings, as always. Although surgery, radiation treatments, and chemotherapy all have shown remarkable efficacy in cancer treatments, yet the strong side effects of them cannot be neglected. Not to mention vomiting and hair loss, in most cases, patients are facing the risk of cancer recurrence, more often… (Show more)
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Alex Dean
The advance and prevalence of artificial intelligence may largely assist disease diagnosis. Latest researches found AI can help diagnose eye diseases and Alzheimer’s in early stage and with higher efficiency and accuracy. Artificial intelligence technology can help diagnose eye diseases more efficiently According to Australian media reports, an… (Show more)
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Cathy Miller
Copper peptides are quite beneficial for both skin and hair, as shown by clinical trials. They are often used in skin care lotions, creams and serums designed particularly for the purpose of reducing facial lines and wrinkles. What accounts for the prevalence of copper peptides is that: copper peptides can rejuvenate skin cells in aging tissue by… (Show more)
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