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 Reactive Reports #74
 July 2008
From David Bradley Science Writer
and Advanced Chemistry Development
  Reactive People [Previous Reactions...] Reactive People Chemist Interviews
Noel O'Boyle Reactive Profile—Noel O'Boyle  Noel O'Boyle is a Postdoctoral Research Associate in the Development Group at the Cambridge Crystallographic Data Centre in Cambridge, and is interested in drug discovery, protein-ligand docking, cheminformatics, QSAR, and computational chemistry.  Read more...
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  Communicating with Logical Chemistry  Alberto Credi of the University of Bologna, Italy, and colleagues have built a simple glowing molecule that can carry out logical operations of the kind used in encoding the data transmitted down fiber-optic cables for voice and internet connections.
  Rocky Water Source  Gypsum, a rocky mineral abundant in desert regions where fresh water is usually in short supply, could become a novel source of fresh water there, as well as providing a way to make use of "flared" gas from oil fields.
  Diabetes Sufferers Might Sing Mulberry Bush  Clinical trials of a proprietary mulberry leaf extract demonstrated a significant effect on lowering blood sugar levels in Type 2 diabetes patients.

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