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Articles from R & D (October 1, 2010)

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An eye on the small: for imaging tool makers, the future of nanotechnology cannot be ignored. The question is how to keep track of a moving target. Livingstone, Paul 1949
Batteries and fuel cells module. Brief article 176
Billions of pieces, billions of questions: eager to capitalize on the promise of nanotechnology, businesses are finding the barriers to large-scale nanomanufacturing are anything but small. Livingstone, Paul Cover story 2825
Identifying unexpected metabolites: to ensure drug safety, mass spectrometry data must be reviewed to locate unexpected or trace level metabolites. Automation software can streamline this task. Antler, Margaret 595
Integrated informatics speed time to innovation: modeling, predictive analytics, and smarter data management can help reduce the number of experiments, optimize corporate IP, and save time and money. Fitzgerald, George 561
Let the air flow: fume hoods: fume hoods are a requirement when working with potentially hazardous chemicals or compounds. Vendors are expanding their options to address all safety and efficiency needs. Hock, Lindsay 1577
No pain, no gain. Peters, Rita C. Editorial 533
UV-visible-NIR and fluorescence spectroscopy. Brief article 134

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