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Life-Saving Medicines Grow from Fundamental Chemistry

News   Jan 29, 2018 | Original story from Princeton University

 
Life-Saving Medicines Grow from Fundamental Chemistry

Researchers Prud’homme’s lab display equipment used to encapsulate medicines for use in combatting childhood diseases. From left, the team includes: Kurt Ristroph, Ph.D. student; Jack Lu, a 2017 graduate alumnus; Ellen Dobrijevic, a 2017 undergraduate alumna; and postdoctoral researchers Jie Feng, Joanna Zhang and Simon McManus. Photo credit: David Kelly Crow

 
 
 

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