Bioorthogonal chemistry, tuberculosis, and making the best of opportunities
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In this classic episode of Bringing Chemistry to Life you’ll hear another unique life story that’s led to a super talented scientist doing chemistry that’s changing our world for the better. From a childhood in war-torn Burundi to being one of Fortune Magazine’s nominees of most powerful women, Dr. Mireille Kamariza’s story is one of inspiration and a lesson in resilience and seizing opportunity when it presents itself. Her cross-discipline work has led to the development of a simple and affordable diagnostic test for tuberculosis, which has a real chance of helping address this global health challenge.
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