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In Japan, chemists at the Nagoya Institute of Technology report a metal-free method to control cationic polymerization that provides a new framework for higher...

Mosquito genetics inspire innovative idea for biomaterial storage solution

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More air pollution leads to lower healthy nasal microbes

In Italy, scientists at the University of Milan wanted to find out how higher levels of air pollution leads to increased health issues including...

Magic disappearing act comes to 3D printing using stereolithography and ionic salts

In Rhode Island, Brown University engineers demonstrated a technique for making 3D printed biomaterials that can degrade on demand, which can be useful in...

Identification based on genome data could further complicate ethical and legal concerns

In New York, researchers found that genome sequence data can be enough to identify people, even with no other information given, leading to ethical...

Nutrients in soil directly related to microbial activity

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New method helps ID Lyme disease in early stages

In Colorado, researchers found a way to tell Lyme disease apart from the very similar southern tick-associated rash illness (STARI). Using mass spectrometry, they...

23andMe seeking more funding to expand genetics research and products

In California, 23andMe is looking for more money to expand their genetics research and work on new products, but they aren’t ready to go...

Worries and wondering abound for Galveston National Laboratory in Texas

In Texas, Hurricane Harvey and the resulting flooding in the Galveston area is causing people to wonder about the safety of the Galveston National...

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