NewsMachine learning can reduce worry about nanoparticles in
food

16th June 2021by admin0
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While crop yield has achieved a substantial boost from
nanotechnology in recent years, alarms over the health risks posed
by nanoparticles within fresh produce and grains have also
increased. In particular, nanoparticles entering the soil through
irrigation, fertilizers and other sources have raised concerns
about whether plants absorb these minute particles enough to cause
toxicity.

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