Simpler phenolic compounds, known as hydroxybenzoic acids, that result when the gut bacteria break down aspirin and flavonoids from fruits and vegetables may contribute to colorectal cancer prevention.
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New satellite instrumentation will help researchers estimate fire emissions every half hour for the United States.
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A SDSU scientist is using inorganic salts to solubilize cellulose extracted from corn stover and make a flexible, biodegradable film.
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Loading microparticles with drugs designed to active the macrophages in which TB bacteria hide may lead to therapeutics that can treat drug-resistant and latent TB.
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Senior chemist Beverly Klein tells her experiences doing essential water quality testing during the pandemic--alone.
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Detecting the presence of harmful manmade chemicals known PFAS in water and samples may soon be possible using a portable field device.
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The Institute for Play Therapy Education at South Dakota State University is the first in the state to become an Association for Play Therapy-approved center.
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Bioprocessing engineers formulated star-shaped thermoset resins using chemical from the ethanol fermentation.
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