New hope for old antibiotics: Scientists have found a way to supercharge them for increased effectiveness against superbugs

(Natural News) Quantum dots are light-activated, nano-sized crystals with unique structures made from semiconductors. They’re highly tunable and can be precisely controlled for all sorts of applications, some of which lie in the field of medicine. While they’ve been used in place of organic dyes in biological analysis, researchers from the University of Colorado Boulder…

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