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Syracuse University Researchers Build a New Surface Material That Resists Biofilm Growth


March 19, 2009

engineering graphic This is the tale of two biological substances--cells from mammals and bacteria. It's a story about the havoc these microscopic entities can wreak on all manner of surfaces, from mighty ships to teeth and medical devices, and how two Syracuse University researchers are discovering new ways to prevent the damage. Full Story

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