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- Dear readers, Within a few short months, the COVID-19 crisis has upended our lives, and its impact on global health, livelihoods and education will be felt for years to come. We have
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- Communication in Times of the Corona Crisis: Finally Embracing a Digital Workplace B eyond the economic and medical situation, COVID-19 has highlighted in different states around the
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- More Efficient Sampling with the Mariani Box Technical analytical chemist, Giulio Mariani, explains the development and use of his “Mariani Box” to make water analysis more
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- We're Getting to the Bottom of the Danube It has been over 30 years since the composition of the riverbed east of Vienna was last systematically inspected. Now a major probing
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