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  • An iconoclastic researcher makes a badly needed antibiotic breakthrough

    The Chronicle of Higher Education - 03/09/2015

    Millions of lives worldwide depend on science’s ability to find new antibiotics. The improvisation and persistence of Northeastern University’s Slava S. Epstein may now be one of their best hopes.

    For decades, his fellow scientists banged their heads over most bacteria’s refusal to grow in laboratories. Mr. Epstein, a Russian émigré biology professor and a nonstop generator of ideas and energy, simply took another path.

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