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GEN's ELISA REDUX Cryptogram Solved
$1,500 Prize and Invitrogen's Neon Transfection System Go to Winning Team
- An astronomer and a neuroscientist have solved GEN’s Cryptogram Challenge: ELISA REDUX . The two grad students, Charles Steinhardt, from the department of astronomy at Harvard University, and Forrest Collman, from the Tank Lab in the Lewis-Sigler Institute for Integrative Genomics at Princeton University, came up with the answer ...
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