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Surprising Internal Structure Of Whole Wheat-Green Gram Functional Bread

Bread is a typical staple food of the human diet whose consumption is rapidly growing. Whole wheat bread is gaining popularity since it contains a good amount of health-beneficial fiber and minerals. Moreover, the bread contains a low amount of […]

Organoids Reproduce Metabolic Alterations Of Colorectal Cancer: A Good Tool To Choose The Best Drug Based On Tumor Stage

Colorectal cancer is considered to be one of the most commonly diagnosed cancers and it also has one of the highest mortality rates among malignant tumors. The Molecular Oncology group at the IMDEA Food Institute (Madrid) is especially interested in […]

The Good, The Bad, And The Model: The Diverse Roles Of Fungi

When you hear the word “fungus,” you might imagine the forgotten strawberry or piece of bread left in your refrigerator when you’re headed off to vacation. But the fungal kingdom represents much more than the fuzz on your bread. In […]

Post-Resettlement Impacts On Landscape-Level Conservation In Human-Dominated Central India

Wildlife conservation and rural development have been pitted against each other for as long as the two fields have existed. But what happens if you view the struggles in and around protected areas across the world from a wider, and […]

Gut Microbiota From Cradle To Grave: Does Age Or Lifestyle Matter More?

None of us need FaceApp to know the broad strokes of what will happen when we grow older: a few more wrinkles, a few more grey hairs, a little less muscle strength — accompanied, of course, by a lot more […]

Temperature Has A Significant Influence On The Production Of SMP-Based Dissolved Organic Nitrogen (DON) During Biological Processes

Traditionally, activated sludge has been the most commonly used biological process for municipal wastewater treatment. Soluble microbial products (SMPs) formed by microorganisms constitute a wide range of residual organic matter in biological wastewater treatment systems. Their presence is related to […]

Tailoring Tomatoes To Match Individual Consumer Needs

The tomato fruit has a reservoir of healthy properties; it is low in calories and excellent for weight loss. It was popular in Aztec times around 700 A.D, but it became systematically cultivated for the first time in Central and […]

Eavesdropping On “Classroom Talk” In Undergraduate STEM Classrooms

Understanding what instructors say and how they respond to students “in the moment” is as important as the activities and the learning environment they create to engage students. Time to listen in? A decade or two ago, one would have […]

Rare Earths As A Pollution Tracer In China

Water pollution is a serious problem in China. Researchers used to not pay attention to surface water, but in recent years, a growing number of studies have been devoted to groundwater pollution, particularly in northern China. As part of its […]

Why Do Tumors Leave A Specific Signature On Natural Killer Cells?

Natural killer (NK) cells are fast-acting innate immune cells that have the ability to recognize and kill a variety of cancers. For most healthy individuals not suffering from any rare disorders that render the immune system deficient of NK cells, […]