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Bladder cancer is one of the most common cancers in the UK and a group of scientists have experimented with a new non-invasive way to potentially diagnose it in the future.
Russian scientists have analysed the contents of an ancient vase using ultrahigh-resolution mass spectrometry, revealing its component molecules.
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The EU Critical Raw Materials List has been updated with the addition of 9 new materials. Helium is one of the 9 new materials to be added to the list due to concerns surrounding its supply.
Dr James Wickens, Mass Spectrometry Services Manager at the Chemistry Research Laboratory, University of Oxford, was the lucky winner of a bottle of Auchentoshan whisky at BMSS in Manchester.