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Potential Biomarker for Brain Diseases

With advanced techniques and world-record magnetic fields, researchers have detected new MRI signals from brain tumors.

Quantitative chemical exchange saturation transfer (CEST) signals obtained on a rat brain with a tumor (red circled region).

Double Whammy

What happens when a kid with ADHD sustains a concussion? Using high-field magnets, researchers are working to find out. Read more in fields magazine.

Jia (Leo) Li, a postdoctoral researcher in physics at Columbia University.

"Molecular Sieves" Could Lead to Cheaper Gas

What scientists learned about gas diffusion in a novel class of "molecular sieves" could lower costs for gas separation.

Schematics of ethane diffusion in ZIF-7-8.

Know Thy Enemy: Understanding Cell Walls in Bacteria

Scientists demonstrated a technique to characterize molecules in the cell walls of dangerous bacteria, work that could contribute to vaccines and drugs to treat infection.

Tandem mass spectrometry provides sufficiently detailed spectra to make a structural characterization

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Last modified on 8 February 2018