Researchers show that it’s not the cold air on its own that creates the spike in flu cases.
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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.
By quickly providing answers, new DNA sequencers are helping combat outbreaks of deadly diseases.
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Benefits from closing schools to combat swine flu too small to justify costs.
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