Ep 11: Exosomes and estrogens in the water
Release Date: 01/14/2020
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This week we talk to Solomon Alhassan, a PhD candidate from Universidad Austral de Chile and a member of the PROTECTED ITN program. He talks to us about why we should care about exosomes, fish, estrogens in the water, and his passion for citizen science.
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