Sarah Webb

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Piece by Piece

By | June 1, 2013

A guide to fragment-based drug discovery

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“Alive” and In Focus

By | October 1, 2012

Imaging viruses in action

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Live and In Color

By | April 1, 2012

How to track RNA in living cells

Aaron Wheeler: Big ideas, little chips

By | February 1, 2010

By Sarah Webb Aaron Wheeler: Big ideas, little chips © Hill Peppard Even when approached with a seemingly outlandish research idea, the one word that isn’t in analytical chemist Aaron Wheeler’s vocabulary is “no.” Instead, he might be skeptical, says Mais Jebrail, one of Wheeler’s PhD students, but he’ll say, “Try it out and convince me.” Wheeler has used his expertise in microfluidics

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