“Advances of this nature are critically important for defining a foundation of science necessary for advancing rare natural products as therapeutic agents. Simply stated, without a synthetic means to access such agents, development of therapeutics based on their structure would not be possible,” says Dartmouth’s Glenn Micalizio in a Science Alert story about a study he co-authored that could lead to a new method of repairing nerve damage.
A Nationwide Union Campaign at Starbucks Tests Its Employee-Friendly Brand
An article about how more than 150 Starbucks stores across the U.S. have voted to unionize cites Paul Argenti, professor of corporate communication. “The most valuable asset you have as an organization is your reputation,” he says.