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Chemistry in Action: Profiles of MIT Researchers

By Jacquin Niles, Liz Nolan, Katharina Ribbeck

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This collection of videos highlights the inspiring chemistry research done by three professors at MIT. -Professor Jacquin Niles discusses growing up in the small Caribbean nation of Anguilla and how that inspired him to study the cause and prevention of malaria. -Professor Liz Nolan researches the ways in which bacteria interact with the human body. -Professor Katharina Ribbeck explains the ways in which mucus, a type of slime, might be able to predict preterm pregnancy.

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  • Category: Science & Medicine
  • Language: English

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