Rajendrani Mukhopadhyay

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    Cast from the same mould?


    Development of generic biological drugs is gathering momentum. But as Rajendrani Mukhopadhyay finds out, the welcome they are receiving looks very different in the EU and the US

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    Forensic flow


    Microfluidic technology is finally ready for forensic DNA profiling labs, as Rajendrani Mukhopadhyay reports

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    Paper-based diagnositcs


    Paper's ubiquity and cheapness make it uniquely suitable for creating low-cost medical and environmental diagnostic devices. Rajendrani Mukhopadhyay investigates

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    Glowing glucose tracker goes skin deep


    Researchers develop wireless, fluorescent microbeads to sit under the skin and monitor blood glucose levels

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    I spy with my MRI


    Boundaries of magnetic resonance imaging are continuing to be pushed to reveal more about the human body and aid disease diagnosis

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    To catch a cheating athlete


    Chemists will be behind the scenes at the Vancouver Winter Olympics this month, working hard to catch athletes boosting their performance by illicit means

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    Cures in ancient Egyptian cosmetics


    New research suggests ancient Egyptians could have deliberately used lead-based cosmetics to help prevent eye infections

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    Chemists slam Science paper


    Scientists accuse the journal Science of failings in its peer review system as claims in a recent paper prompt harsh criticism from chemists

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    The art of Raman


    Surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy is allowing art conservators to rewrite sections of art history, reports Rajendrani Mukhopadhyay

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    SlipChip serves up protein crystals


    A simple microfluidic device for testing multiple reaction conditions has been designed

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    Calls for US chemicals reform


    US senator argues it is time 'to sound the alarm' over the country's regulatory system for chemicals, and plans to reform the Toxic Substances Control Act

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    A moist moon


    Water on the moon's surface has been found by three separate space missions

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    CARS speeds up hair analysis


    Researchers have used a quick, non-destructive technique to find out how washing with shampoo products affects human hair