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The right dose via microchip

By Scott Kirsner
February 23, 2004

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In the summer of 1993, John Santini spent two days inside a classroom at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, listening to a parade of professors from the materials science department explain their research in great detail. Santini, then a 20-year-old undergrad from the University of Michigan who was spending the summer in Cambridge on a fellowship, recalls an endless succession ... (Full Article: 1347 Words)

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