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Imagine a tiny soap bubble with miniature passengers attached to it. His project uses a nanoparticle developed by Nagy from lipid molecules. The structure of the particle is similar to that of a soap bubble and allows protective agents to bind to its surface. The goal is to increase immunity by making vaccines more effective.

Source: University of Montana



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