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A report published last November by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention points to those long-term consequences.
He and his colleagues published their findings June 8 in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
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In this study, published last week in Science Advances, the team took the technique a step further.
Authors who are publishing regularly share their content with their network.
They described the device in a recent paper published in Nature Communications Materials.
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