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World’s Rivers Rife with Drugs: Study
Levels of pharmaceuticals considered unsafe for aquatic organisms were found at more than one-quarter of sampling sites.
World’s Rivers Rife with Drugs: Study
World’s Rivers Rife with Drugs: Study

Levels of pharmaceuticals considered unsafe for aquatic organisms were found at more than one-quarter of sampling sites.

Levels of pharmaceuticals considered unsafe for aquatic organisms were found at more than one-quarter of sampling sites.

water quality
Remove a Common Source of Experimental Error
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A simple solution to contaminated water affecting HPLC and LC-MS/MS experiments.
The Scientist Speaks Podcast - Episode 9
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Repurposing Living Systems to Fight a Pandemic
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Strong winds and heavy rain can sometimes wash the animals out to sea, but shortages of fresh drinking water and food are more worrisome as sea levels rise.
Telomere Length and Childhood Stress Don’t Always Correlate
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Shorter telomere length is widely considered a manifestation of stress in young children, but the results of a new study find it’s more complicated than that.  
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