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As I write this, I first want to acknowledge the land the University of Minnesota is on. These are the
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Zack Jones, a graduate student in the Center for Sustainable Nanotechnology, gives diamonds to his study organism. But they’re nanodiamonds,
Autumn is here, which means summer colors are beginning to fade and many leaves are starting to change from green