Yesterday marked the 13th anniversary of the passing of one of the 20th century’s most influential chemists, Linus Pauling. Pauling is the recipient of two Nobel Prizes and attributes one of his most important discoveries to radical thinking done while trying to overcome a nasty cold. Checkout his personal account in the video below.
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Diseases are the result of underlying system interactions NOT simply physical underpinnings. Watch the following talk from Northeastern University Professor Albert-László Barabási to learn how mapping cellular protein reactions can help us discover how diseases work.