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LAESI technology identifies viral-infected cells in minutes
ProteaBio Europe SAS announced that the company has concluded an exclusive, worldwide license agreement with George Washington University for commercial rights to a new technology that provides rapid identification of a broad range of chemicals and biomolecules. Known as Laser Ablation ...
The Board of Directors of Axelera appointed Denis Bortzmeyer, Partnerships Director at Arkema’s R&D, Chairman of the Chemistry-Environment competitiveness cluster for a two-year term. A mining engineer, Denis Bortzmeyer graduated from the Paris École des Mines with a PhD (thesis on Rheology of ...
French scientists show that cross-linking electro-optic polymers enhances stability
Fabrice Odobel, Laurent Fontaine, Vincent Rodriguez and co-workers from Nantes University, University of Maine and the University of Bordeaux respectfully, have successfully used Huisgen chemistry to create a new cross-linked system which enhances the stability of electro-optic polymers. This ...
Scientists in France have synthesised highly functional pseudorotaxanes utilising the gathering and threading effect of copper(I). Jean-Pierre Sauvage, Jean-Paul Collin, Valérie Heitz and colleagues from the University of Strasbourg, in France, have prepared a highly functional interlocking ...
More than 150 leading marine scientists from 26 countries are calling for immediate action by policymakers to reduce CO2 emissions sharply so as to avoid widespread and severe damage to marine ecosystems from ocean acidification. They issued this warning in the Monaco Declaration, released on 30 ...