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The Scientist Staff | Nov 21, 2005
and The Wharton School's online journal.
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, scientist at the Smith-Kettlewell Eye Research Institute in San Francisco.
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, National Wildlife Federation President and CEO since April of last year, has been a passionate advocate for progress in conservation.
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began working on DNA-damage response as a graduate student more than 20 years ago.
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won the 2001 Nobel Prize in Medicine or Physiology for his pioneering work characterizing yeast cell-cycle mutants.
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found out 25 years ago that Francis Crick had been mulling over the same big questions he was on how a tangle of neurons can lead to complex thoughts, he decided it was time to get serious about consciousness.
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spent almost 20 years developing technology at Bell Labs.
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was involved in some of the initial research on the importance and function of HIV coreceptors.
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's first assignment as a field applications specialist for Coulter in 1983 was to walk company founder Wallace H. Coulter through a FASEB meeting, translating some of the biology to the renowned electrical engineer who discovered the Coulter principle.
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wrote a case note on the first-ever biotech patent case, which involved a genetically engineered bacterium that consumed oil spills.