Experts lay to rest long-held misconceptions about high fructose corn syrup at ILSI-USDA workshop
... links to research testing high levels of pure
fructose, and then generalizing those findings to ... conference experts concluded that studies testing pure
fructose at levels not seen in the typical diet ... to extrapolate experimental outcomes derived from pure
Pure fructose frequently confused with high fructose corn syrup
... two distinctly different ingredients, such
fructose and high fructose corn syrup, creates ... and misleads
Recent studies using pure
fructose that purport to show that the body ... are a classic example of this problem because pure
fructose cannot be extrapolated to high fructose ...
New research suggests biofuel blending is often inaccurate
... Marine chemist Chris Reddy and colleagues sampled pure
biodiesel and blends from more than a dozen ... one of the leading consumers of the products.
biodiesel (B100) is a chemically prepared mixture ... The nation does have an enforceable standard for pure
The new fuel blending research ...
Hearing changes how we perceive gender
... The researchers took advantage of the fact that pure
tones can be used to deliver individual frequency ... that when an androgynous face was paired with a pure
tone that fell within the female ... female. But when the same face was paired with a pure
tone in the male fundamental-frequency range, ...
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white light: Next-generation LEDs show bright ... a white LED, a light-emitting diode that produces pure
white light suitable for interior lighting of ... have faced several difficulties in developing pure
white LEDs with all the requirements and ...
American Chemical Society weekly presspac -- June 10, 2009
... diode) those ultra-efficient, long-lived light sources that emits pure
white light. The new approach yielded what the scientists describe as the most efficient and stable source of pure
white light ever achieved. The advance could speed the development of this ...
Monitoring water through a snake's eyes
... can detect "colors" in the infrared spectrum which distinguish between pure
and contaminated water. Not visible to the naked eye, this spectrum is ... its drinking water.
"With our naked eyes we can't distinguish between pure
water and water that contains a small amount of alcohol or acetone. ...
American Chemical Society's weekly PressPac -- May 6, 2009
... To test their method, the scientists obtained three different varieties of pure
honey from a single beekeeper and then prepared adulterated samples of the ... that the new technique accurately distinguished the impure honeys from the pure
versions based on differences in their sugar content. MTS
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American Chemical Society's weekly PressPac -- March 11, 2009
... metal. Those wires could be woven into the first self-supporting webs of pure
platinum for fuel cell electrodes.
By a process known as ... laboratory equipment, lack of refrigeration and unreliable sources of pure
water. Many of the new tests require no instruments and can be read and ...
Biophysical Reviews makes debut in 2009
... The International Union for pure
and Applied Biophysics (IUPAB) and Springer will launch the journal ...
Professor Kuniaki Nagayama, President of the International Union for pure
and Applied Biophysics, said, "The IUPAB requires a useful and broadly ...
AGU journal highlights -- Dec. 31, 2008
... impact craters in ice and of the physics of impact cratering into pure
ice, the authors interpret ring mold craters to result from projectiles hitting relatively pure
ice below a thin debris layer. These results support the hypothesis that ...
Mysterious microbe may play important role in ocean ecology
... by the host," he said.
Zehr's team was able to obtain a mostly pure
sample of these unique cyanobacteria using a flow cytometer--a device that ... up a small percentage of the original sample can be concentrated to nearly pure
levels using flow cytometry.
The team harvested DNA from the ...
Building a better bee
... bees collected from throughout the United States to create a more pure
"Over time, it has proven very productive, winter hardy, ... pests and disease," she said. "For many years I have wanted to work with pure
Carnica. Now I can."
Cobey imported semen from Germany in 2006 and ...
New chlorine-tolerant, desalination membrane hopes to boost access to clean water
... (cooling water for electric power generation stations) and generation of pure
water requires energy to separate the salt from the water. That energy is ... are working on, one could reduce the carbon footprint required to produce pure
Freeman says McGrath and his research group developed novel ...
Wasps and bumble bees heat up, fly faster with protein-rich food
... bait were hottest. "If they encounter a very high-protein source, such as pure
chicken meat, their thoracic temperatures are dramatically higher than ... ( Bombus impatiens ) in a cool room at UCSD where they offered the insects pure
pollen or pollen that had been cut to 75, 50 or 25 percent by weight with ...
Super atoms turn the periodic table upside down
... applications include catalysts in fuel and extra-conductive crystals.
So although super atoms are nothing new, thanks to TU Delft the particles can now be collected in a very pure
form and selected according to size, thereby making them suitable for ...
Manufactured Buckyballs don't harm microbes that clean the environment
... were released into the environment."
The third naturally occurring pure
carbon molecule known, Buckyballs are nano-sized, multiple-sided ... was once popular in modern architecture.
The other naturally occurring pure
carbon molecules are graphite and diamonds. Manufacture of Buckyballs, ...
... is the material of choice for many dental and medical implants. However pure
titanium has a biologically inert surface, which makes it biocompatible ... particles. This material can be used to provide a layer on the surface of pure
titanium that its developers hoped will lead to better incorporation of ...
Unexplored microbes hold incredible potential for science and industry
... at surfaces.
Microbiology needs to move beyond its dependence on pure
cultures of organisms and appreciate the value of the defined but mixed ... that have coevolved to fit one another's functions and isolate them in pure
Current technologies for making measurements at the ...
Kilogram quantities at last!
... of the two isomers has not been possible. A fermentative synthesis of the pure
compound has also not worked.
Giannis team has now finally done it, ... After the biomass is filtered out, electrodialysis is used to obtain the pure
acids. The researchers use a trick to separate citric acid from isocitric ...
Final preparations for first human-rated spacecraft to be lauched from Europe's Spaceport
... we have disinfected all the surfaces inside the pressurised module with pure
hydrogen peroxide. Even if it is launched unmanned, Jules Verne respects ... module is closed and sealed, its air can be purged and replaced by pure
synthesised air. The main purpose of this operation is to ensure that the ...
Fuel cells gearing up to power auto industry
... more testing of how the durability of this new catalyst compares to pure
platinum is necessary, the preliminary results look promising.
The initial results show that durability is improved over pure
platinum, but only longer-term testing can tell, Strasser said.
Rare albino ratfish has eerie, silvery sheen
... of white spots so it blends in with the sediments."
This fish was almost pure
white with a crystalline layer near the surface of its skin that gave it a ... albino ratfish but never completely albino." Palsson says the only other pure
albino marine organism of any kind that he's seen in Puget Sound was a sea ...
Leicester research paves way for first use in Europe of an insect to fight invasive plant
... starting a Biological Control program for Japanese Knotweed. At a stroke the Japanese Knotweed research program that had been carried out from pure
academic interest acquired an important and unforeseen application. Two of the basic tenets of Biological Control are 1 understand the plants you are ...
Microbes and their hosts -- exploring the complexity of symbiosis in DNA and cell biology
... online at www.liebertpub.com/dna
"Symbiosis is one of the most rapidly growing fields in ... After decades of focusing on bacteria in pure
culture, it is evident that to manage them for our benefit, we need to understand bacteria in association with the complex biological environments ...
Silicon with afterburners: Process developed at Rice could be boon to electronics manufacturer
... Professor of Chemistry and professor of mechanical engineering and materials science and of computer science.
Doping introduces impurities into pure
crystalline silicon as a way of tuning microscopic circuits to a particular need, and it's been effective so far even in concentrations as small as ...
Wolf reintroduction proposed in Scottish Highland test case
... of their effects on red deer populations, behavior, and hopefully ecosystem recovery.
Researchers believe that areas in Scotland now dominated by pure
pine trees were once a diverse mixture of mixed pine, birch forest, abundant alder, rowan, willow, aspen, bird cherry and juniper, with scattered ...
New way to make sensors that detect toxic chemicals
... method that yields very small particles -- which give the sensor a large surface area to capture chemical molecules from the air -- and very pure
particles -- which enable the sensor to detect even very small quantities of a substance.
Each particle of nickel oxide measures only about 50 ...
Toxic molecule may help birds 'see' north and south
... after he and his colleagues discovered that magnetic fields can influence chemical reactions if the reactions occur quickly enough to be governed by pure
"Prior to our work, it was thought that this was impossible because magnetic fields interact so weakly with molecules," he ....
Why do we choose our mates? Ask Charles Darwin, prof says
... Charles Darwin wrote about it 150 years ago: animals don't pick their mates by pure
chance it's a process that is deliberate and involves numerous factors. After decades of examining his work, experts agree that he pretty much ...
Mars mission could ease Earth's energy supply crisis
... here on Earth. The new research is a direct solution to our worsening energy supply crisis and is a great example of the seamless interaction of pure
and applied science with engineering to solve real world environmental and commercial issues. Professor Sephton's work is well aligned with the ...
Natural seed treatment could drastically cut pesticide use
... into commercially-viable products that proved the commercial potential of treating seeds with jasmonic acid.
'The seed treatment started out as pure
ecology, but with the support of our funders and now PBL and Becker Underwood, it's developed into a new technology that could really help improve ...
Quality and purity of popular stevia sweetener strengthened by new reference standards
... related aspects of safety, of the products they provide to consumers.
The reference standards for Rebaudioside A and Stevioside are authenticated pure
chemicals against which both producers and purchasers can compare their ingredients to help ensure and substantiate the identity, quality, purity, ...
Queen's scientists discover eco-friendly wood dissolution
... needed. By controlled addition of water and a water-acetone mixture, the dissolved wood was partially separated into a cellulose-rich material and pure
This process is much more environmentally-friendly than the current method as it uses less heat and pressure and produces very low ...
Plastic that grows on trees, part two
... as an ionic liquid to convert the simple sugars into HMF.
The chemical, a metal chloride known as chromium chloride, converted sugar into highly pure
HMF. But to be able to feed cellulosic biomass directly from nature, the team still needed to break down cellulose into simple sugars -- Zhang and ...
Major funding to help cut CO2 emissions
... Cranfield University, the University of Kent, and the University of Cambridge on the oxyfuel combustion process in which coal is burned in a mix of pure
oxygen and power station flue gases, creating a stream of CO 2 that can be captured for storage.
Dr Trevor Drage said: "The funding brings ...
Illinois Soil Nitrogen Test measures microbial nitrogen
... the ISNT measures and its relationship to microbial growth in agricultural soils. A multifaceted approach was taken, involving recovery tests with pure
organic nitrogen compounds, statistical analyses of different nitrogen fractions measured for 26 Illinois agricultural soils, and incubation studies ...
Managing Douglas-fir forests for diversity
... per acre.
About 8 years later (ages 23 to 25), the scientists found that:
Three very different stand structures emerged.
Highly productive, pure
stands of Douglas-fir, 39 to 52 feet tall, occurred where hardwoods were completely removed at age 2 years.
Where 25 percent of the original ...
George M. Whitesides receives inaugural Dreyfus prize in the chemical sciences
... influence in chemistry research."
George Whitesides has received many awards. Among those from the American Chemical Society are the Award in pure
Chemistry, the Arthur C. Cope Award, and the Society's highest award, the Priestley Medal. From other institutions his awards include the Materials ...
The scientists found that the sea urchins' teeth contain crystals of magnesium calcite, which are smaller, harder and denser than those of pure
calcite; they are concentrated at the grinding tip of the tooth, particularly in the tip's center, where the most force is being exerted in the ...