Electronics have permeated nearly every part of our lives from medicine to entertainment to the way we work. As the uses of electronics increases, so does the need for highly specialized electronic components. Now, a new method for optimizing electronics has been developed that will dramatically cut the time it takes to get new components and systems to market.
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Samples waiting to be analyzed on the mass spectrometer to quantify the incorporation of stable isotopes of carbon, which provides new insights into how nutrients are metabolized by CHO cells. Credit: Maciek Antoniewicz, University of MichiganJust like us, cells need to watch what they eat.Learn More
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