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Impact Of Sunscreen Nanoparticles On Microbes May Signal Nano/Eco Conflict

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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New research shedding light on the impact of nano-sized metals on microorganisms suggests that personal-care and other consumer products employing such particles could be harmful to the environment

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