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Arno Kraft, 18/06/2014

Most adhesives are polymers that generally do an excellent job at providing adhesion between two joints, as well as dissipating energy under stress.

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Nigel P Freestone, 18/06/2014

Chemists at the University of Edinburgh have designed and synthesised a bimetallic molecular biped on a three-foothold track

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Kevin Burgess, 18/06/2014

Around 25 % of all cancers are associated with mutants of the RAS isoform, KRAS.  Amongst these mutants, the fourth most common is G12C, which seems to be correlated to cigarette smoking.

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