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Weizmann Institute scientists use peptides and lipopeptides to fight bacteria.
The new class of aluminum compounds may have applications in solid rocket fuel and the hydrogen economy.
Frog skin and human lungs hold secrets to developing new antibiotics ...
Scientists report in the Soil Science Society of America Journal that soil color can be as accurate as the lab for carbon content.
Don't apply too much nitrogen to your corn crop.
An analysis of nearly 300 umbilical cord blood samples shows that newborn babies are exposed to perfluorooctane sulfonate (PFOS) and perfluorooctanoate (PFOA) while in the womb.
Technology could vastly improve diagnostics.
New super-heavy aluminum isotopes may exist.
Scientists from the Universidad de Alcala (UAH) explain the molecular bases of DNA sequence identification by the marine antitumoral antibiotic thiocoraline A.
Last update: 15.12.2018.
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