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Walter Gratzer, Biophysical Chemist and Science Writer, Dies at 89
His career bridged impactful research in molecular biology and biochemistry with prolific science writing for academic and nonacademic audiences alike.
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Walter Gratzer, Biophysical Chemist and Science Writer, Dies at 89
Walter Gratzer, Biophysical Chemist and Science Writer, Dies at 89

His career bridged impactful research in molecular biology and biochemistry with prolific science writing for academic and nonacademic audiences alike.

His career bridged impactful research in molecular biology and biochemistry with prolific science writing for academic and nonacademic audiences alike.

ABOVE: COURTESY OF KING'S COLLEGE LONDON

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Howard Bauchner, the editor-in-chief of the family of JAMA journals, holds a laser pointer while speaking
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