Detecting biofilms can better diagnose and treat chronic ear infections.
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Unlikely metal more effective than stainless steel in killing harmful bacteria.
Researchers see potential for new topical treatment.
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Tiny ball-like particles could someday neutralize venom and bacteria in humans.
Researchers show that it’s not the cold air on its own that creates the spike in flu cases.
Desolate remains of zinc and lead mines can be partially reclaimed with animal waste.
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Material helps DNA replicate faster for bacteria and virus identification.
The Lawrence Livermore Microbial Detection Array can identify viruses and food-borne pathogens within 24 hours.
Soil scientists are using a non-toxic chemical at construction sites to remove dirt from muddy stormwater before it reaches streams.
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