Science News RoundUp: December 2017
Here is the science news, relating to George Mason University and the College of Science for the month of December 2017:
Mason scientists develop nanotechnology-based urine test that could lead to early TB detection
December 18: via Financial Express
December 16: via Healio
December 15: via AXIOS
December 13: via College of Science
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NASA is going beyond Pluto, says Mason Scientist
Michael Summers discusses what NASA’s New Horizon’s ship might find beyond Pluto.
Mason study warns boaters of Humpback whales
Environmental Science and Policy PhD student Danielle Brown’s study shows and increase in whale sightings.
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