UCF: Orange Peels May Hold Secret to Airborne Medicine, Safer Bridges

UCF: Orange Peels May Hold Secret to Airborne Medicine, Safer Bridges

Bartenders and cooks have long recognized the value of an orange twist, but thanks to researchers at the University of Central Florida, squeezing oranges may give us a new way to deliver medicine or to detect bridge failures before they happen.

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