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ChEM-H media coverage

Sep 10 2015 | Reuters
ChEM-H member Elizabeth Sattely identified the molecular machinery used by a rare plant to make a cancer drug, and inserted those enzymes into a common laboratory plant. This work could create a more stable and flexible way of producing an effective drug.
Aug 3 2015 | Forbes
ChEM-H postdoctoral fellow David Hewings and his colleagues in the Kool research group at Stanford have discovered a catalyst to help recover RNA from preserved tissue samples.
Feb 19 2015 | Scope blog
Anson Lowe and Mark Smith are working to develop a drug that could benefit people with several different types of cancer
Dec 19 2014 | Scope blog
Julie Fogarty, a graduate student in the lab of James Swartz, produced a podcast explaining the lab's work developing a universal flu vaccine.
Dec 17 2014 | The Stem Cellar Blog
Karen Dubbin, PhD candidate in the lab of Sarah Heilshorn, describes the lab's work developing a gel to protect therapeutic stem cells in a short video.
Dec 1 2014 | Scope blog
Rhiannon Thomas-Tran describes work she's doing in the lab of Justin Du Bois, synthesising molecules that could one day lead to a therapy for chronic pain. 
Oct 27 2014 | The Stanford Daily
Chaitan Khosla discusses the new ChEM-H building and the goals of the institute.
Oct 8 2014 | The New York Times
Stanford professor William E. Moerner was awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry along with Eric Betzig and Stefan W. Hell for advances in optical microscopy.
Sep 29 2014 | Chemical and Engineering News
Stanford professor and ChEM-H fellow Carolyn Bertozzi to be editor-in-chief of new open access American Chemical Society journal, ACS Central Science.
Sep 25 2014 | San Francisco Chronicle
Jennifer Cochrane and Amato Giaccia developed a technique in mice that prevents cancer from spreading 
Sep 18 2014 | Scope Blog
Peter Kim was one of several Stanford scientists who made the case for continued investment in basic science and engineering
Aug 30 2014 | The Economist
Christina Smolke developed a way of coaxing yeast to produce narcotic pain relievers

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