A common electronic language for magnetic resonance

The standards used to re-transcribed the collected data in organic chemistry is however specific to each laboratory, making it difficult to export the information electronically. An international team has developed a new common electronic language around two main features: it translates the data of each molecule in exactly the same way and makes it simple to export it from one information system to another.
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Rod Blagojevich and Martha Stewart have a weird amount in common

  1. Rod Blagojevich and Martha Stewart have a weird amount in common  CNN
  2. Trump pardons Dinesh D’Souza — and might do the same for Rod Blagojevich and Martha Stewart  USA TODAY
  3. Trump’s self-serving pardons  Washington Post
  4. Blagojevich’s golden lesson in ‘fundraising’ — and his play for Trump’s sympathy  Chicago Tribune
  5. Trump Pardons Dinesh D’Souza, Weighs Leniency for Rod Blagojevich and Martha Stewart  New York Times
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Pompeo says confident US can develop common approach with Europeans on Iran

  1. Pompeo says confident US can develop common approach with Europeans on Iran  Yahoo News
  2. Mike Pompeo Says Iran Is Carrying Out “Assassination Operations” in Europe. What Is He Talking About?  Slate Magazine
  3. Could Iran reach the US with a nuclear bomb? A congressman gets it wrong.  News & Observer
  4. Pompeo’s ‘Plan B’ for Iran is ‘designed to put the US’ on a path to ‘forcible regime change’  CNBC
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The recent mass shootings in the US all have one thing in common: misogyny

The recent mass shootings in the US all have one thing in common: misogynyThe massacre at Santa Fe high school last week that left 10 people dead – most of them students – seems to have something in common with so many other mass shootings that happen in the US: misogyny. How many more tragedies have to happen before we recognize that misogyny kills? The longer we ignore the toxic masculinity that underlies so many of these crimes, the more violence we’re enabling.


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Making carbon nanotubes as usable as common plastics

By using an inexpensive, already mass produced, simple solvent called cresol, scientists have discovered a way to make disperse carbon nanotubes at unprecedentedly high concentrations without the need for additives or harsh chemical reactions to modify the nanotubes. In a surprising twist, researchers also found that as the nanotubes’ concentrations increase, the material transitions from a dilute dispersion to a thick paste, then a free-standing gel and finally a kneadable dough that can be shaped and molded.
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