Remote detection of buried landmines using a bacterial sensor

@article{Belkin2017RemoteDO,
  title={Remote detection of buried landmines using a bacterial sensor},
  author={S. Belkin and S. Yagur‐Kroll and Y. Kabessa and V. Korouma and Tali Septon and Yonatan Anati and C. Zohar-Perez and Zahi Rabinovitz and A. Nussinovitch and A. Agranat},
  journal={Nature Biotechnology},
  year={2017},
  volume={35},
  pages={308-310}
}
VOLUME 35 NUMBER 4 APRIL 2017 NATURE BIOTECHNOLOGY with a novel mode of action is approved for marketing? We submit that three decades of soliciting public engagement has not improved the public acceptance cited by advocates as a justification for the efforts, and that subordinating evidence-based policy making to emotional or political calculations has neither increased public acceptance nor encouraged innovation. We would prefer to heed the caveat of Barbara Keating-Edh, who testified before… Expand
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