Cutting the mustard

UK Ministry of Defence [MoD]
Posted: 05/22/2014

A new technique to detect chemical warfare agents using white mustard plants has been developed. Following the investigations of the use of chemical warfare agents (CWAs) in Syria last year, the threat of deadly toxic chemicals in conflict is ever more serious. However, a new technique developed by the University of Central Lancashire (UCLan)

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