NewsAn analysis of the system-wide costs and benefits of using
engineered nanomaterials on crop-based agriculture

23rd June 2020by admin0
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A team of researchers affiliated with several
institutions in the U.S. has conducted an analysis of the
system-wide costs and benefits of using engineered nanomaterials
(ENMs) on crop-based agriculture. In their paper published in the
journal Nature Nanotechnology, the group describes their analysis
and what they found.

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