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Bacterial injection needle structure decoded
Scientists in Germany and the United States have decoded the structure of bacterial injection needles at atomic resolution. Presented in the journal Nature, the results of the study could help researchers create tailor-made drugs and develop strategies th...
New study results show which pollen is the most aggressive
As summer approaches, those unlucky enough to suffer from pollen allergies will be putting together their annual defence strategies in preparation, and a new EU-funded study that has revealed which pollens are more of a threat than others could help them ...
Cheaper plaster on the cards
Researchers in Spain and the United Kingdom have identified the stages of gypsum crystals formation - a mystery that boggled the minds of many over the years. A mineral that occurs naturally, gypsum is usually used in industrial processes. If left untouch...
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