Analytical Chemistry

Simple Tag Could Help Decode Glycoproteome

Chemnews // Apr 23rd, 2015
For N-linked glycoproteins, one of the two glycoprotein types, existing glycoproteomics methods could map sequences of sugar chains, called glycans, or protein-attachment locations but not both... 
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Chemical Engineering

Kirkpatrick Chemical Engineering Achievement Award

Chemnews // Jan 2nd, 2013
News January 1, 2013 Nominations for the 2013 round are now open Chemical Engineering magazine’s biennial prize is looking to honor the most noteworthy chemical engineering technology... 
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Materials Science

Scientists create cheaper magnetic material for cars, wind turbines

Chemnews // Apr 24th, 2015
A research group led by Dr. Kazuhiro Hono at the National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS) in Tsukuba, Japan, synthesized a new magnetic compound, which requires a lesser amount of rare... 
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New Research

Celanese Announces Intent to Reduce Production Capacity at Its Lanaken, Belgium, Acetate Tow Plant

Chemnews // Apr 24th, 2015
Celanese Corporation proposed to employee representatives at the company’s Lanaken, Belgium, facility the reduction of acetate tow production capacity... 
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Physical Chemistry

Heat makes electrons’ spin in magnetic superconductors

Chemnews // Apr 24th, 2015
The ability to control the huge amount of information within the Internet is largely based on the ability to use the magnetic properties of electrons for reading memory devices. The phenomenon... 
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Chemical Engineering

Kirkpatrick Chemical Engineering Achievement Award

News January 1, 2013 Nominations for the 2013 round are now open Chemical Engineering magazine’s biennial prize is looking to...