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Taiwanese researchers have combined flow cytometry with a fluorescent technique to determine the concentration and viability of bacterial and fungal bioaerosols in environmental samples.
An iridium complex has been developed as a red-light emitting material for use in organic light emitting diodes (OLED).
Researchers at Keio University, Japan, have inverted an enzyme's enantioselectivity despite not knowing its structure or reaction mechanism.
New materials with better properties could soon be coming to a LCD-TV near you
The first luminescent complex to contain magnesium has been made by chemists in India and the UK
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Biological samples can be tested for ultra trace levels of uranium and plutonium with higher sensitivity than has been possible in the past.
Canadian researchers have been shedding light on the nature of the underlying photophysical processes in fluorescent probes.
Synthetic nanorotors provide the first step in creating complex nanomachines
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In their search for new anticancer drugs medicinal chemists are developing compounds that inhibit DNA replication and cell proliferation.
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