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More sour than sweet: the truth behind citrus waste

By Zahra Nasser, Chemistry editor It’s a fact that’s likely to turn some heads: composting certain kinds of food waste […]

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New Mobile Ad Hoc Papers

As part of her PhD research, Fatemeh Safari (PhD candidate in the Computational Sciences PhD program) has been investigating and developing new routing algorithms for mobile ad hoc networks. Her most recent work “A Novel Cross-layer Adaptive Fuzzy-based Ad hoc On-Demand Distance Vector Routing Protocol for MANETs” has been accepted for publication in IEEEAccess, andContinue...

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One pioneer’s dogged pursuit of personalized cell therapy

Dompaminergic neurons derived from human embryonic stem cells. These cells degenerate in Parkinson’s disease. This photo was taken by Jeannie Liu in the lab of Jan Nolta at the University of California, Davis. CIRM on Flickr A recent Wall Street Journal article reminded me of the work of someone I came to know well while...

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