Nobel Prize Winner Recognized Decades After Artemisinin Discovery

On October 5, 84-year-old Chinese scientist Tu Youyou earned the Nobel Prize for medicine, almost 50 years after she discovered artemisinin—otherwise known as “humankind’s best defense” against malaria.

Milton’s Featured Application: Cannabinoid Separation by SFC

Cannabinoid content in various food and consumable products is an emerging concern for both food safety and legal purposes.

Milton’s Tricks, Treats, and Technical Guides

You’ve worked so hard crafting the perfect costume, decorating your home, and sneaking chocolate from your kids, we decided to treat you to the best technical guides this Halloween.

“They Must Like Me ‘Cause I’m Sweet!”: NMSU Discovers Surprising Mosquito Repellent

Stacy Rodriguez, a researcher at New Mexico State’s Molecular Vector Physiology Lab, had always heard the legend that mosquitos were more attracted to people wearing fruity, floral fragrances.

Technical Note Spotlight: Neonicotinoid Analysis from Honey

Everyone knows that bees produce honey from flower nectar, but are you aware of the extensive work that goes into such a delectable creation?