Missing Link in Species Conservation: Pharmacists, Chemists Could Turn Tide on Plant, Animal Extinction

April 26, 2024


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5-15 mins
Missing Link In Species Conservation Pharmacists Chemists Could Turn Tide On Plant Animal Extinction Panamanian Golden Frog
Presented by Michigan News

Lowland gorillas, Argentinian penguins, the akikiki bird in Hawaii, loggerhead turtles in Florida. Thousands of animal and plant species are facing mass extinction, and one University of Michigan scientist has an urgent message: Chemists and pharmacists should be key players in species conservation efforts. Read more about how modern bioscience could lead to the emergence of a new field of wildlife disease and extinction science in this article from Michigan News.

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