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?Reactive Reports #52
?February 2006
From David Bradley Science Writer
and?Advanced Chemistry Development
? Reactive People [Previous Reactions...] Reactive People Chemist Interviews
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Gary Martin (Credit: Casey Martin)?? Interview with Gary Martin
Following a PhD in Pharmaceutical Sciences from the University of Kentucky (in 1976), NMR spectroscopist Gary Martin spent the first 14 years of his career at the University of Houston before moving to Burroughs Wellcome, Co., in 1989, and then to Upjohn in 1996, which, through a series of mergers and acquisitions, left him working for Pfizer a few years ago. Read more...
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? Microscopic Contact Lenses Make Sense? Gel?lenses, resembling microscopic contacts, could find a role in biosensors for analysis and diagnostics, according to researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology.
? Corrosion Isn't All Bad
Chemical corrosion impacts on global commercial turnover significantly as equipment, buildings, and transportation systems have to be continually maintained to combat its effects.
? Sporty Nanotubes??Integrating stiff carbon nanotubes into more traditional materials, such as polycarbonate, can dramatically improve the material's ability to absorb vibrations, especially at high temperatures, according to US researchers.
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