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Meet a molecular architect: Hosea Nelson (video)

(American Chemical Society) Speaking of Chemistry visits the University of California at Los Angeles to meet with Hosea Nelson, Ph.D., who is tackling the challenge of total synthesis -- the use of chemistry to build any molecule. Learn about the importance of breakthroughs like Nelson's synthesis of potentially life-saving compounds and the research needed to make total synthesis more efficient.
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