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Croydon Guardian
Tiny piece of paper could make water consumption safera user-friendly way of identifying if a water supply is safe to use. Dr Janet
Croydon Guardian / Posted 2 days ago
a user-friendly way of identifying if a water supply is safe to use. Dr Janet Scott, reader in the University of Bath’s Department of Chemistry, said: “This is a great example of how scientists and engineers working closely together can develop... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
Tiny piece of paper could make water consumption safera user-friendly way of identifying if a water supply is safe to use. Dr Janet
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 2 days ago
a user-friendly way of identifying if a water supply is safe to use. Dr Janet Scott, reader in the University of Bath’s Department of Chemistry, said: “This is a great example of how scientists and engineers working closely together can develop... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Tiny piece of paper could make water consumption safera user-friendly way of identifying if a water supply is safe to use. Dr Janet
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 2 days ago
a user-friendly way of identifying if a water supply is safe to use. Dr Janet Scott, reader in the University of Bath’s Department of Chemistry, said: “This is a great example of how scientists and engineers working closely together can develop... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Tiny piece of paper could make water consumption safera user-friendly way of identifying if a water supply is safe to use. Dr Janet
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 2 days ago
a user-friendly way of identifying if a water supply is safe to use. Dr Janet Scott, reader in the University of Bath’s Department of Chemistry, said: “This is a great example of how scientists and engineers working closely together can develop... Read more
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North Wales Pioneer
Tiny piece of paper could make water consumption safera user-friendly way of identifying if a water supply is safe to use. Dr Janet
North Wales Pioneer / Posted 2 days ago
a user-friendly way of identifying if a water supply is safe to use. Dr Janet Scott, reader in the University of Bath’s Department of Chemistry, said: “This is a great example of how scientists and engineers working closely together can develop... Read more
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The North Wales Chronicle
Tiny piece of paper could make water consumption safera user-friendly way of identifying if a water supply is safe to use. Dr Janet
The North Wales Chronicle / Posted 2 days ago
a user-friendly way of identifying if a water supply is safe to use. Dr Janet Scott, reader in the University of Bath’s Department of Chemistry, said: “This is a great example of how scientists and engineers working closely together can develop... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
Tiny piece of paper could make water consumption safera user-friendly way of identifying if a water supply is safe to use. Dr Janet
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 2 days ago
a user-friendly way of identifying if a water supply is safe to use. Dr Janet Scott, reader in the University of Bath’s Department of Chemistry, said: “This is a great example of how scientists and engineers working closely together can develop... Read more
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Denbighshire Free Press
Tiny piece of paper could make water consumption safera user-friendly way of identifying if a water supply is safe to use. Dr Janet
Denbighshire Free Press / Posted 2 days ago
a user-friendly way of identifying if a water supply is safe to use. Dr Janet Scott, reader in the University of Bath’s Department of Chemistry, said: “This is a great example of how scientists and engineers working closely together can develop... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Tiny piece of paper could make water consumption safera user-friendly way of identifying if a water supply is safe to use. Dr Janet
Irish Examiner / Posted 2 days ago
a user-friendly way of identifying if a water supply is safe to use. Dr Janet Scott, reader in the University of Bath’s Department of Chemistry, said: “This is a great example of how scientists and engineers working closely together can develop... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Tiny piece of paper could make water consumption safera user-friendly way of identifying if a water supply is safe to use. Dr Janet
Oxford Mail / Posted 2 days ago
a user-friendly way of identifying if a water supply is safe to use. Dr Janet Scott, reader in the University of Bath’s Department of Chemistry, said: “This is a great example of how scientists and engineers working closely together can develop... Read more
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Rhyl, Prestatyn and Abergele Journal
Tiny piece of paper could make water consumption safera user-friendly way of identifying if a water supply is safe to use. Dr Janet
Rhyl, Prestatyn and Abergele Journal / Posted 2 days ago
a user-friendly way of identifying if a water supply is safe to use. Dr Janet Scott, reader in the University of Bath’s Department of Chemistry, said: “This is a great example of how scientists and engineers working closely together can develop... Read more
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Bury Times
Tiny piece of paper could make water consumption safera user-friendly way of identifying if a water supply is safe to use. Dr Janet
Bury Times / Posted 2 days ago
a user-friendly way of identifying if a water supply is safe to use. Dr Janet Scott, reader in the University of Bath’s Department of Chemistry, said: “This is a great example of how scientists and engineers working closely together can develop... Read more
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Gazette
Tiny piece of paper could make water consumption safera user-friendly way of identifying if a water supply is safe to use. Dr Janet
Gazette / Posted 2 days ago
a user-friendly way of identifying if a water supply is safe to use. Dr Janet Scott, reader in the University of Bath’s Department of Chemistry, said: “This is a great example of how scientists and engineers working closely together can develop... Read more
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guardian-series
Tiny piece of paper could make water consumption safera user-friendly way of identifying if a water supply is safe to use. Dr Janet
guardian-series / Posted 2 days ago
a user-friendly way of identifying if a water supply is safe to use. Dr Janet Scott, reader in the University of Bath’s Department of Chemistry, said: “This is a great example of how scientists and engineers working closely together can develop... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
Tiny piece of paper could make water consumption safera user-friendly way of identifying if a water supply is safe to use. Dr Janet
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 2 days ago
a user-friendly way of identifying if a water supply is safe to use. Dr Janet Scott, reader in the University of Bath’s Department of Chemistry, said: “This is a great example of how scientists and engineers working closely together can develop... Read more
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Harrow Times
Tiny piece of paper could make water consumption safera user-friendly way of identifying if a water supply is safe to use. Dr Janet
Harrow Times / Posted 2 days ago
a user-friendly way of identifying if a water supply is safe to use. Dr Janet Scott, reader in the University of Bath’s Department of Chemistry, said: “This is a great example of how scientists and engineers working closely together can develop... Read more
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Gazette News
Tiny piece of paper could make water consumption safera user-friendly way of identifying if a water supply is safe to use. Dr Janet
Gazette News / Posted 2 days ago
a user-friendly way of identifying if a water supply is safe to use. Dr Janet Scott, reader in the University of Bath’s Department of Chemistry, said: “This is a great example of how scientists and engineers working closely together can develop... Read more
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This is West Country
Tiny piece of paper could make water consumption safera user-friendly way of identifying if a water supply is safe to use. Dr Janet
This is West Country / Posted 2 days ago
a user-friendly way of identifying if a water supply is safe to use. Dr Janet Scott, reader in the University of Bath’s Department of Chemistry, said: “This is a great example of how scientists and engineers working closely together can develop... Read more
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Bolton News
Tiny piece of paper could make water consumption safera user-friendly way of identifying if a water supply is safe to use. Dr Janet
Bolton News / Posted 2 days ago
a user-friendly way of identifying if a water supply is safe to use. Dr Janet Scott, reader in the University of Bath’s Department of Chemistry, said: “This is a great example of how scientists and engineers working closely together can develop... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
Tiny piece of paper could make water consumption safera user-friendly way of identifying if a water supply is safe to use. Dr Janet
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 2 days ago
a user-friendly way of identifying if a water supply is safe to use. Dr Janet Scott, reader in the University of Bath’s Department of Chemistry, said: “This is a great example of how scientists and engineers working closely together can develop... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
Tiny piece of paper could make water consumption safera user-friendly way of identifying if a water supply is safe to use. Dr Janet
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 2 days ago
a user-friendly way of identifying if a water supply is safe to use. Dr Janet Scott, reader in the University of Bath’s Department of Chemistry, said: “This is a great example of how scientists and engineers working closely together can develop... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Tiny piece of paper could make water consumption safera user-friendly way of identifying if a water supply is safe to use. Dr Janet
EveningTimes Online / Posted 2 days ago
a user-friendly way of identifying if a water supply is safe to use. Dr Janet Scott, reader in the University of Bath’s Department of Chemistry, said: “This is a great example of how scientists and engineers working closely together can develop... Read more
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Daily Mail
Experts are baffled by eerie shadows moving in a Chinese museumin the room. But the smokes from the cigarette cannot be seen on the camera.
Daily Mail / Posted 9 days ago
in the room. But the smokes from the cigarette cannot be seen on the camera. Professor Wang Qingguo, who works at the Department of Chemistry in Shenzhen University, told the reporters that the appearance was not related to white... Read more
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The Clarion-Ledger
On the Move: New hires, promotions, recognitionand East Carolina University. Dongmao Zhang (Photo: Special to the Clarion Led
The Clarion-Ledger / Posted 22 days ago
and East Carolina University. Dongmao Zhang (Photo: Special to the Clarion Ledger) Dongmao Zhang, a senior member of the Department of Chemistry, has been named Chemist of the Year by the Mississippi Section of the American Chemical Society.... Read more
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Times Leader
Scientist studies health problems of Arctic livingBiology, the University of Texas and Harvard Medical School, Duffy returned to
Times Leader / Posted 30 days ago
Biology, the University of Texas and Harvard Medical School, Duffy returned to UAF in 1987 as an associate professor in the Department of Chemistry. He was made department head in 1984 and appointed the College of Natural Science and Mathematics... Read more
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The Middletown Press
Scientist studies health problems of Artic livingBiology, the University of Texas and Harvard Medical School, Duffy returned to
The Middletown Press / Posted 1 months ago
Biology, the University of Texas and Harvard Medical School, Duffy returned to UAF in 1987 as an associate professor in the Department of Chemistry. He was made department head in 1984 and appointed the College of Natural Science and Mathematics... Read more
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Darien News-Review
Scientist studies health problems of Artic livingBiology, the University of Texas and Harvard Medical School, Duffy returned to
Darien News-Review / Posted 1 months ago
Biology, the University of Texas and Harvard Medical School, Duffy returned to UAF in 1987 as an associate professor in the Department of Chemistry. He was made department head in 1984 and appointed the College of Natural Science and Mathematics... Read more
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The Fairfield Citizen
Scientist studies health problems of Artic livingBiology, the University of Texas and Harvard Medical School, Duffy returned to
The Fairfield Citizen / Posted 1 months ago
Biology, the University of Texas and Harvard Medical School, Duffy returned to UAF in 1987 as an associate professor in the Department of Chemistry. He was made department head in 1984 and appointed the College of Natural Science and Mathematics... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Scientist studies health problems of Artic livingBiology, the University of Texas and Harvard Medical School, Duffy returned to
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 1 months ago
Biology, the University of Texas and Harvard Medical School, Duffy returned to UAF in 1987 as an associate professor in the Department of Chemistry. He was made department head in 1984 and appointed the College of Natural Science and Mathematics... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Scientist studies health problems of Artic livingBiology, the University of Texas and Harvard Medical School, Duffy returned to
Stamford Advocate / Posted 1 months ago
Biology, the University of Texas and Harvard Medical School, Duffy returned to UAF in 1987 as an associate professor in the Department of Chemistry. He was made department head in 1984 and appointed the College of Natural Science and Mathematics... Read more
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The Greater New Milford Spectrum
Scientist studies health problems of Artic livingBiology, the University of Texas and Harvard Medical School, Duffy returned to
The Greater New Milford Spectrum / Posted 1 months ago
Biology, the University of Texas and Harvard Medical School, Duffy returned to UAF in 1987 as an associate professor in the Department of Chemistry. He was made department head in 1984 and appointed the College of Natural Science and Mathematics... Read more
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The New Canaan News
Scientist studies health problems of Artic livingBiology, the University of Texas and Harvard Medical School, Duffy returned to
The New Canaan News / Posted 1 months ago
Biology, the University of Texas and Harvard Medical School, Duffy returned to UAF in 1987 as an associate professor in the Department of Chemistry. He was made department head in 1984 and appointed the College of Natural Science and Mathematics... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Scientist studies health problems of Artic livingBiology, the University of Texas and Harvard Medical School, Duffy returned to
Connecticut Post / Posted 1 months ago
Biology, the University of Texas and Harvard Medical School, Duffy returned to UAF in 1987 as an associate professor in the Department of Chemistry. He was made department head in 1984 and appointed the College of Natural Science and Mathematics... Read more
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The Register Citizen
Scientist studies health problems of Artic livingBiology, the University of Texas and Harvard Medical School, Duffy returned to
The Register Citizen / Posted 1 months ago
Biology, the University of Texas and Harvard Medical School, Duffy returned to UAF in 1987 as an associate professor in the Department of Chemistry. He was made department head in 1984 and appointed the College of Natural Science and Mathematics... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
Scientist studies health problems of Artic livingBiology, the University of Texas and Harvard Medical School, Duffy returned to
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 1 months ago
Biology, the University of Texas and Harvard Medical School, Duffy returned to UAF in 1987 as an associate professor in the Department of Chemistry. He was made department head in 1984 and appointed the College of Natural Science and Mathematics... Read more
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NBC 29 Charlottesville
Powerful Glow Lights the Way to Medical Breakthroughsso it is, basically, 100 times more sensitive,” said Ai, of the Center for Memb
NBC 29 Charlottesville / Posted 1 months ago
so it is, basically, 100 times more sensitive,” said Ai, of the Center for Membrane and Cell Physiology and UVA’s Department of Chemistry. “It means that you can better observe molecules, and if you are tracking, for example, tumor... Read more

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