January 5, 2021Benefits of Microwave Reactions
As a microwave chemist, I hear a lot of questions from scientists that are new to this field of synthetic chemistry.Blog Post
May 17, 2018Liberty PRIME Proves Successful in New Research
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January 9, 2017ICH Q3D - Where We Stand: 12 Months and Counting
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October 24, 2016What does Microwave Digestion have to do with Paul McCartney?
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September 20, 2016Are we there yet?
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November 10, 2015101mer Proteins with Liberty Blue
Professor Fernando Albericio, Group Leader within the Chemistry & Molecular Pharmacology unit at the Institute for Research in Biomedicine (IRB) - UniBlog Post
July 29, 2015Peptide Institute Gains Overwhelming Speed with Liberty Blue
Find out how the Peptide Institute an Osaka based chemical synthesis company has gained significant capabilities with the Liberty BlueTM Peptide SynthBlog Post
July 7, 2015A New Weapon Against HIV: Inactivation of gp120 with Peptide...
Dr. Adel Ahmed, a post-doctoral associate in Prof. Irwin Chaiken‚Äôs group from the Department of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology at Drexel University,Blog Post
June 28, 2015New Insights Toward α-Synuclein Aggregation Inhibitors:...
Dr. Jody Mason, from the Department of Biology & Biochemistry at the University of Bath, recently published new research related to prevention of theBlog Post
June 4, 2015Liberty Blue Shines at PeptLab
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May 24, 2015Hyper-Stable β-Sheets ‚ Amphipathic Peptides Made Easy
Dr. Brandon Kier, from the Niels H. Andersen group at the University of Washington, has developed a new class of stable β-sheet peptide dimers based oBlog Post
May 12, 2015Disulfide Bonding: Improvements and Alternatives
Dr. Olga Avrutina, from the Division of Biochemistry at the Technische Universit√§t Darmstadt, has been active in researching improvements for disulfidBlog Post