University of California Santa Barbara study reveals how gas, temperature controlled bacterial response to Deepwater Horizon spill


In a new study, UC Santa Barbara scientists explain how they used DNA to identify microbes present in the Gulf of Mexico following the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, and how they identified the microbes responsible…

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A whole new light on graphene metamaterials


Long-wavelength terahertz light is invisible — it’s at the farthest end of the far infrared — but it’s useful for everything from detecting explosives at the airport to designing drugs to diagnosing skin cancer. Now,…

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