Volume 87 Issue 21 | pp. 20-21
Issue Date: May 25, 2009

Research Resurrection

A Rutgers biochemist revives a World War II-era antimalarial research project
Department: Business

A LITTLE MORE THAN a year ago, Ilya Raskin, a biochemist and plant biologist at Rutgers University, and Christine Malanga Wilson, a retired Merck & Co. researcher, met in a generic sports bar in a nondescript hotel off the New Jersey Turnpike. They had gathered for some ad hoc knowledge transfer. Raskin was hoping to revive an antimalarial-plant-screening project that Wilson worked on during World . . .

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