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Isoprene is a highly reactive compound released by woody plants into the atmosphere. Its emissions are similar to that of methane and it is a major player in the chemistry of the atmosphere.
Breast cancer is the second-leading cause of cancer death in women. Researchers are developing methods of targeting specific types of breast cancer, providing a personalized approach to treatment.
Fowlpox is a viral disease of chickens and turkeys that occurs worldwide.
MSI held the eleventh annual Research Exhibition on April 28, 2020.
Zeolites are a class of materials that are used by industry as adsorbents and catalysts. Very thin zeolite films - nanofilms - can be used as molecular filters.
The Nutrient Network (https://nutnet.org/), aka NutNet, is a global collaborative research group studying two of the most important effects of humans on grassland