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Ahead of the games: Test will catch sports cheats on new endurance drugs


Avoiding detection just got harder for drug cheats who try to use a particular range of untested, but potentially enhancing, compounds. In the past, tests have been developed once a drug is known to be in circulation. Now a German research team has developed tests for a class of drugs that they ...


Mineral oil contamination in humans: A health problem?


From a quantitative standpoint, mineral oil is probably the largest contaminant of our body. That this contaminant can be tolerated without health concerns in humans has not been proven convincingly. The current Editorial of the European Journal of Lipid Science and Technology reflects on this ...


New test makes cheating with drugs in sports easier to detect


A new mass spectrometry test can help sports anti-drug doping officials to detect whether an athlete has used drugs that boost naturally occurring steroid levels. The test is more sensitive compared to previous alternatives, more capable of revealing specific suspicious chemical in the body, ...


Biomass production - careful planning can bring many benefits


One way of supplying energy is to grow plant material and burn it. If managed well most of the carbon released by burning the material will be captured by the growing plants, and so have a low impact on overall levels of atmospheric carbon dioxide. Better still, the growing plants could be used ...


Wiley Launches Mass Spectra of Designer Drugs 2005


John Wiley & Sons, Inc., announced the launch of Mass Spectra of Designer Drugs 2005 CD-ROM, the first complete update since 2003. This latest collection contains 2,959 chemical compounds and 3,437 mass spectra and structures of designer drugs, medicinal drugs, and warfare agents, and includes ...


Wiley InterScience Launches Extensive Program to Digitize Journal Content


John Wiley & Sons, Inc., announced the launch of an ambitious new program to digitize back issues of all its journal holdings, dating back to the 1800s, on Wiley InterScience, its online publishing platform. Wiley's digitization of legacy content is an ongoing project designed to improve the ...


Wiley InterScience Launches the Analytical Sciences Backfile Collection


John Wiley & Sons, Inc., announced the launch of the Analytical Sciences Backfile Collection, the latest addition to its growing collection of digitized journal libraries, and the second to be launched in this year. The Cell & Developmental Biology Backfile Collection was launched in late ...


Book Publishing Partnership between Wiley and American Institute of Chemical Engineers


John Wiley & Sons, Inc., and the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) announced that they have signed a multi-year agreement to jointly publish books in chemical engineering and industrial chemistry under a new, co-branded imprint, effective April 2005. Under the agreement, Wiley and ...


Wiley-VCH Forms Publishing Partnership with Chinese Academy


The Shanghai Institute of Organic Chemistry (SIOC), part of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, and Wiley-VCH announced today the signing of an agreement to publish the Institute's flagship journal, Chinese Journal of Chemistry, starting in January 2005. Within this partnership, SIOC and Wiley-VCH ...


Wiley Launches SpecInfo on Wiley InterScience


John Wiley & Sons, Inc. announced the launch of SpecInfo on Wiley InterScience, its dynamic online publishing platform. With over 434,000 curated spectra, SpecInfo is among the world's largest collections. This launch marks the first time Wiley has made the collection available on the Internet ...


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