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February 20, 2018

Isiah Warner and his group members conduct groundbreaking research.

Isiah Warner and his group members use a group of uniform materials based on organic salts, called GUMBOS, as sensing materials to identify the type and quantity of volatile organic compounds that produce multiple odors.

Credit: Mark Landry, Louisiana State University

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