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Inside Rebecca Carrier’s Advanced Drug Delivery Research Lab

“One problem I saw as a formulation scientist was that a lot of what we did was trial and error,” says Carrier, associate chair for research in the chemical engineering department, professor of chemical engineering with affiliations in bioengineering and biology.
April 13, 2023

The teeny, tiny ticks that cause the most Lyme disease are out

Summer is here, meaning it’s time to break out the tick protection along with the sunscreen. Although the deer ticks that transmit Lyme disease are active whenever it’s above freezing, they are not only out now, they are so tiny—the size of a pencil tip or poppy seed—they are practically invisible.
July 14, 2022

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