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Chemists allow boron atoms to migrate

21-Jan-2020 – Organic molecules with atoms of the semi-metal boron are among the most important building blocks for synthesis products that are needed to produce drugs and agricultural chemicals. (…)

Lights on for Germ-Free Wound Dressings

21-Jan-2020 – Infections are a dreaded threat that can have fatal consequences after an operation, in the treatment of wounds, and during tissue engineering. Biomimetic hydrogels with “built-in” (…)

How Cells Assemble Their Skeleton

20-Jan-2020 – Microtubules, filamentous structures within the cell, are required for many important processes, including cell division and intracellular transport. A research team led by scientists from (…)

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