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Going with the Flow: Flow Chemistry and Breaking Barriers to Innovation

Video   Mar 26, 2018 | Original story from TEDx Talks YouTube

 

Dr. Frank Gupton is chair of VCU's Department of Chemical and Life Science Engineering and director of its Institute for Engineering in Medicine. His 30-year career has focused on the development of innovative chemical processes with pharmaceutical and agricultural applications. His work predicts a future where medications will be custom-formulated to match individual patients' needs and manufactured on demand. These chemical processes have practical applications ranging from space travel to military use to treating AIDS on a global scale.

 
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