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In Michigan, University of Michigan alum Midori Maeda was one of 10 runners-up for Pepsico and 21st Century Fox’s “Hidden Figures” contest which highlights...

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In India, STEER Engineering added new design and engineering professionals to their team in order to grow their innovations in biomaterials and biorefining, plastics,...

Precision Dispensing Leader Nordson Corporation

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The Debate Continues – Is Glyphosate Dangerous to Our Health? Latest Study Says Yes,...

In the United Kingdom, researchers published a paper saying Monsanto’s controversial ingredient in Roundup, glyphosate, affects liver function even from ultra-low dose exposure. The...

Swedish researchers advance spider silk

In Sweden, researchers have addressed two of the challenges inherent to synthetically producing spider silk: “clumping” that reduces the amount of silk available for...

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