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A Nanoengineering Scheme Aims to Make Drugs More Effective by Fooling the Immune System

Backstage at EmTech with Liangfang Zhang, associate professor, University of California, San Diego.

In this backstage interview at EmTech, 2013 Innovator Under 35 Liangfang Zhang describes his research that has uncovered a new way to remove toxins from the bloodstream via red blood cell decoy armies.

Watch: Liangfang Zhang on stage at EmTech
Read: 2013 Innovators Under 35 profile of Liangfang Zhang

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