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Subject matter experts systematically reviewed evidence on the effectiveness of specific housing interventions in improving health. The panelists reviewed housing interventions associated with exposure to biological and chemical agents, structural injury hazards, and community-level interventions. Intervention studies were grouped together according to(More)
The physicochemical properties of hydrogels can be manipulated in both space and time through the controlled application of a light beam. However, methods for hydrogel photopatterning either fail to maintain the bioactivity of fragile proteins and are thus limited to short peptides, or have been used in hydrogels that often do not support three-dimensional(More)
A microfluidic in vitro cell encapsulation platform to systematically test the effects of microenvironmental parameters on cell fate in 3D is developed. Multiple cell types including fibroblasts, embryonic stem cells, and cancer cells are incorporated in enzymatically cross-linked poly(ethylene glycol)-based microgels having defined and tunable mechanical(More)
Cereals are among the most competitive of crops, but under organic management, weeds remain the foremost production problem. Understanding the ecology of both weeds and cereals is paramount to developing non-chemical strategies that limit yield loss due to weeds whilst suppressing weed growth and weed seed deposition. Key mechanisms for weed management(More)
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