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Denver Post (United States) 08/15/2019 11:49
U.S. Route 36 extends for more than 200 miles through the midsection of Colorado. In the center of the state, it’s better known as the Denver-Boulder Turnpike, providing scenic views of the Flatirons to the northwest and downtown Denver to the southeast. Given the potentially groundbreaking research underway at each end, a more appropriate moniker […]
Materials Today 08/15/2019 05:00
Microbes evolved drug resistance almost as soon as we started to attack them with pharmaceuticals. However, the ability of bacteria to defeat almost all of our antibiotics is becoming a bigger problem as the resistance spreads. Fungal infection and emergent viruses, aside drug-resistant bacteria could be the biggest pathogenic threat to global health. Even a mere scratch could kill especially the elderly, the ill, and immuno-compromised patients. Materials science could help address this problem through the development, not of antibiotics, but of antimicrobial substances that can mitigate the problem by improving the way we keep pathogens at bay in the hospital and at the patient's bedside, for instance. A US team has now developed charged

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