Although untrained in science, Antonie van Leeuwenhoek became the greatest lens-maker of his day, discovered microscopic life forms and is known today as the “father of microbiology.”
Researchers are studying these proteins’ potential as markers that could make tumor cells easy targets for new therapies.
Technology requires no special storage; could also be useful for detecting COVID-19.
An enzyme that spurs remodeling into oligogalactolipids may offer the key to greater cold tolerance.
Even after a killing drought, Eragrostis nindensis can rebound and sprout new green shoots when water becomes available. Could its tricks help the food grain E. teff?
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