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How can researchers solve the issue of reproducibility?

At SLAS 2017, the annual international conference and exhibition from the Society for Laboratory Automation and Screening, the topic of reproducibility was center stage. Panelists in a special session discussed the challenges and solutions that both industry and academia...

source: By Suzanne Mason
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As we spew increasingly varied chemicals into the environment, the ability to detect contaminants in water is becoming a task more vital than ever. But, as we move toward systems toxicology to give a multi-faceted view of the damage...

source: Laboratory News

In recent years, Durham, North Carolina has been able to transform its reputation from slightly dangerous to utterly delicious. The college town, home to Duke University, uses its geographical location to its advantage, combining comforting Southern hospitality with eye-opening...

source: Travel Magazine

When you think of networking, what comes to mind? I'm going to guess it isn't very positive. Maybe it's an image of one of those horrid "Hello my name is ___" stickers. Maybe it's that inevitable question — "What do you do for a living?"...

source: Well+Good

It sounds like a Hollywood blockbuster. "Day Zero" is coming to Cape Town this April. Everyone, be warned. The government cautions that the Day Zero threat will surpass anything a major city has faced since World War II or the Sept. 11 attacks. Talks are underway with South...

source: The New York Times

Scientists have decoded the genome of the axolotl, the Mexican amphibian with a Mona Lisa smile. It has 32 billion base pairs, which makes it 10 times the size of the human genome, and the largest genome ever sequenced. The axolotl, endangered in the wild, has been bred...

source: The New York Times

A large proportion of California's nitrogen oxide — which can cause harmful ozone and a variety of health impacts—comes from heavy fertilizer use in the state's Central Valley, according to a new study. University of California, Davis, researchers reported that...

source: Environmental Health News


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