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Dowling College Researcher Finds that Nanoparticles Pose Danger to Arctic Ecosystem

April 8, 2011

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A team of scientists from Dowling College, Long Island, N.Y., and Queens University, Canada, have found that nanoparticles may have a higher degree of environmental toxicity than previously thought, creating strategic implications for the planet and our ecosystem. Full Story

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