Metabolomics and Autism: Can Cross-linked Polyamine HPLC Columns Change Lives?

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Chromatography has the ability to impact lives more than many think. Brian Rivera discovers this through his pursuit for more autism research for his son, Micah. By: Brian Rivera, Bioseparations Continue Reading

The Science Behind Yoga – SCIENCE UNFILTERED

Practicing yoga might seem like it is merely a trendy thing to do, but it is much more than that. It provides not only physical health benefits—such as increased flexibility, Continue Reading

Male Birth Control Pill Shows Little Side Effects, Moves Closer To Public Use

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Creating a male birth control pill has been the subject of research for decades. However, results of a new study presented on Sunday, March 18th at the annual Endocrine Society Continue Reading

Katsuko Saruhashi – Made Waves In Seas and For Women in Science

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Once again, Google Doodle is taking the opportunity to honor great minds in various fields of science. They paid tribute on March 22nd to geochemist, Katsuko Saruhashi, who would have Continue Reading

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.

Presenting the 2016 Humanity in Science Award Winner…

The Humanity in Science Award was created in 2015 to recognize outstanding developments in science that could change human lives for the better.