Issue Date: January 4, 2010
ACS Award For Computers In Chemical & Pharmaceutical Research
It was a secondhand microscope that pushed Kenneth M. Merz Jr. into a career in science. The state-of-the-art instrument, brought home from work by his materials scientist father, gave the young Merz his first look at the denizens of local Pennsylvania pond scum.
Now a professor of chemistry and codirector of the Quantum Theory Project at the University of Florida, Merz has made a career out of exploring the inner workings of biological systems. His . . .
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