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Interview with Dick Wife

British-born Richard “Dick” Lewin Wife followed a traditional educational path, receiving his chemistry first degree from the University of Leeds in 1969 and staying on to do an organic PhD with David W. Jones. Research fellowships then took him to …

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Steve Bryant

Stephen Bryant graduated from the University of Virginia with a BA in 1976, having majored in Chemistry and English. He completed his PhD in 1981 at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, in the Department of Biophysics under Mario Amzel …

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Interview with Gary Martin

After 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 …

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Human Genome, Nothing to be Sniffed at

An analysis of the draft human genome reveals that when it comes to olfaction, a sense of smell is nothing to be sniffed at, with every nose containing an estimated 347 receptor candidates. Dogs are well known for their highly …

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