Jimmy Wu makes molecules—creations that have potential for new drug therapies. He began on this track fresh out of Princeton, working for the pharmaceutical giant Merck—an experience that has colored his career ever since.
By John Cramer and Joseph Blumberg
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The art of ancient Egypt is helping unravel 6,000 years of complex ecological interactions in the Nile valley.