Airborne fragments of fungal cells just 30 nm across have been found at concentrations far higher than expected
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Composite metal-organic frameworks might be used in protective suits and face masks for soldiers
New study reveals that cells can metabolize gold even though it is not essential for their function
More than 20,000 possible structure candidates are used to find truly representative models
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