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Researchers use nanoparticles to treat snake bites
NEWS MEDICAL Venomous snakebites affect 2.5 million people, and annually cause more than 100,000 deaths and leave 400,000 individuals with permanent physical and psychological trauma each year. 2 weeks
The homing instinct of relocated snakes
SCIENCE DAILY A new study on the effects of relocating adders due to development has found that males will disperse from their release site -- with one even going so far as to return to his original home. 2 weeks
Nanoparticles to treat snakebites
SCIENCE DAILY Venomous snakebites affect 2.5 million people, and annually cause more than 100,000 deaths and leave 400,000 individuals with permanent physical and psychological trauma each year. Researchers have now described a new approach to treating snake bites, using nanoparticles to bind... 2 weeks
The homing instinct of relocated snakes
PHYS.ORG A pioneering study by the University of Kent on the effects of relocating adders due to development has found that males will disperse from their release site—with one even going so far as to return to... 2 weeks
Nanoparticles to treat snakebites
PHYS.ORG Venomous snakebites affect 2.5 million people, and annually cause more than 100,000 deaths and leave 400,000 individuals with permanent physical and psychological trauma each year. Researchers reporting in PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases have now described a new approach to treating... 2 weeks
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