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#39
July 2004

From David Bradley Science Writer and
Advanced Chemistry Development

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? Garlic!??Chemistry could reveal the origin of the pungent tastes of garlic and onion, according to researchers at the University of Liverpool.
? Grains Behaving Badly??Researchers at the Center for Fundamental Research: Metal Structures in Four Dimensions, located at Ris? National Laboratory in Denmark, and the European Synchrotron Radiation Facility (ESRF) in Grenoble, France, have for the first time recorded the bulk changes in 3D as deformed aluminum is annealed.
? Breaking the Cycle of Epilepsy in Women??A new treatment based on manipulating levels of the hormone progesterone could be on the horizon for women who suffer epilepsy during menstruation, according to US researchers.
? Pure Nanotubes??Researchers in the Physics Department at Oxford University have developed a novel technique that allows them to purify carbon nanotubes and to sort those that are semiconducting from the metallic single-walled carbon nanotubes.
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