Reporting in the March 4 Science, Moradian-Oldak and Guiseppe Falini at the University of Bologna in Italy appear to have finally uncovered amelogenin's mineral-forming properties.
What does UNIBO stand for?
UNIBO stands for University of Bologna in Italy
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Fraser Stoddart of the University of California, Los Angeles and his colleagues at the University of Birmingham in England and the University of Bologna in Italy have synthesized a pair of organic molecules that join together like a cylinder enclosing a piston.
Earthquakes exert such a weighty effect because the globe's largest shocks occur mostly along the Pacific Rim, reports Giorgio Spada of the University of Bologna in Italy.