Researchers develop treatment to prevent bacterial spread on metal surfaces

Researchers develop treatment to prevent bacterial spread on metal surfaces

Researchers at Purdue University, Indiana, have developed a treatment to infuse a hardened metal surface with naturally occurring antimicrobial peptides. The technology is expected to create a hard metal surface that kills bacteria trying to attach to the surface.
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Camarena Health Starts Construction in Madera on Largest-Ever Expansion

COVID-19 Changes. Though the pandemic hasn't affected the construction schedule, the facility will have features related to lessons learned during the …
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Federal review of Obama Presidential Center almost complete

After years in the federal review process, the Obama Presidential Center project is in the final stages of approval. Located at Jackson Park in Chicago’s South Side, the Obama Presidential Center, proposed by the Obama foundation, will build a museum and a public gathering space that celebrates the nation’s first African-American President and First Lady.
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Program will train west-side residents for construction jobs in their backyards

ICRF has taught similar courses to community members in other parts of the city as part of its BY Construction Training program. Nate Klinck, executive …
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