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A recent paper reviews the sources of chemical contaminants in food around the world and how contamination can be monitored and prevented in future.

Research reveals pathogenic Escherichia coli (E. coli) can contaminate fresh vegetables from pre- to post-harvest stages by internalizing and...

Researchers found that Streptomyces from extreme environments could be a...

Current research reveals a complicated relationship between a common class...

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Research Spotlight: Honey as an antibacterial agent

Honey as an antibacterial agent

Science | Researchers

A recent review investigates the factors affecting the antibacterial potency of honey and its potential to combat antibiotic resistance.

Research conducted in rats showed no observed adverse effect of mango leaf extract at the highest dosage tested.

Aqueous leaf extracts of medicinal plants containing silver nanoparticles can inhibit bacterial growth to a level seen in strong antibiotics.

Research shows that Pereskia bleo demonstrates high antibacterial activity...

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A Comprehensive Guide to Science Communication

The research journey does not end when a paper is published. It is then that the work of helping others discover and understand the research begins. To help you be successful in this stage of your journey is why we, in collaboration with leading science communicators, created this science communication guide.

A Comprehensive Guide to Science Communication is a free resource available to read and use by anyone, anywhere in the world that can serve as a tool for you to increase visibility and thus maximize the impact of your work.

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