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In the Sonoran Desert, water — even wastewater — is a precious resource. ASU researchers are putting sewage to use to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and create a variety of valuable products.
Oncolytic viruses have the remarkable ability to attack and kill cancer cells and stimulate the body's immune response, while leaving healthy cells unharmed.
ASU's Titan Krios, a dedicated cryogenic transmission electron microscope (or cryo-EM) uses flash-frozen samples to explore the complexities of cellular life.
A new study tracks over 5000 mammals to assess their susceptibility to the SARS CoV-2 virus.

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