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Combinatorial chemestry has revolutionized drug developmnet. A handful of startup companies are betting it can do the same in the search for new materials
The first one has turned up masses of genetic information. But its real payoff will come from mapping interactions among the cell’s workhorses: the proteins.
The World According to Peter Drucker
Highly touted “gene chips” are entering clinical use but not as biological crystal balls. Their more mundane role: assessing the stage of a tumor.
New method promises faster reading of DNA
Medical information is redily available on the Web. So is misinformation. The general public is hard-pressed to tell the difference, though, placing a new burden on doctors.