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?Reactive Reports #59
?October 2006
From David Bradley Science Writer
and?Advanced Chemistry Development
? Reactive People [Previous Reactions...] Reactive People Chemist Interviews
Amilra Prasanna "AP" de Silva Interview with Amilra Prasanna "AP" de Silva
Amilra Prasanna "AP" de Silva was born on April 29, 1952, in Colombo, Sri Lanka, and obtained his PhD in Organic Photochemistry at Queen's University of Belfast, in 1980, having graduated from the University of Sri?Lanka in 1975. Read more...
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? RNA Chemistry Zips Up Nobel Prize? If Watson and Crick unlocked the mystery of DNA's structure, then Stanford University's Roger Kornberg and his team unzipped the secret of how the cell converts DNA into the RNA needed to make proteins.
? Let it Bleed. Not! An international research team has shown that a biocompatible liquid can stop bleeding within seconds. The discovery could cut to the heart of many problems facing hospital emergency rooms and operating theaters.
? Drink Up! Lest We Forget? There is potentially good news for red wine lovers whose favorite tipple is Cabernet Sauvignon.
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