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D. at the University of California, Berkeley, Liss participated in a search for monopoles. In 1988 he joined the faculty at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and in 1990 was awarded an Alfred P. Sloan Fellowship. D. from the University of Rochester in 1987 studying bottom quarks and is now on the faculty there. S. Department of Energy’s Outstanding Junior Investigator Award and the National Science Foundation’s Young Investigator Award. Tipton is an avid Chicago Bulls fan; Liss is a lifelong sufferer with the New York Knicks.
Although their secret is now unveiled, the lizards are likely to remain alone on top of the water. Some web-footed birds can achieve similar runs on water, but their dynamics are The Authors: JAMES W. GLASHEEN and THOMAS A. MCMAHON worked on the watery capabilities of the basilisk at Harvard University, where McMahon is a professor in the division of engineering and applied science. Glasheen, now a consultant with McKinsey and Company, was a doctoral student at the time of their collaboration. RACHEL TAYLOR BASILISK LIZARD sprints across water in the Costa Rican rain forest (above).
For example, drugs could be transported inside liposomes and, with the help of any of the triggering techniques mentioned earlier, released on command through artificial pores implanted in the membrane. In addition, biomedical researchers have considerable interest in encapsulating enzymes or even entire cells, thereby protecting them from attack by a patient’s immune system. Once the enzymes are shuttled to the desired location, they might be used to destroy toxic substances that build up in people 66 b a c ANTIBODY FRAGMENT TUMOR PROTEASE PROTEIN RECEPTOR PUNCTURING CANCER CELLS will make them more permeable to cytotoxic drugs.
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