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Glacial Moraines Influence New Techniques in Biomedicine

April 15, 2015

A recent piece of biomedical research has drawn extensively from an unexpected source, glacial moraines. Moraines form as glaciers advance across landscapes over hundreds or even thousands of years, pushing rocks and boulders along their way. As glaciers recede, they leave behind those piles of rocky materials, which we call moraines.

April 15, 2015

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