An error handling flatworms in a gen-ed biology class (about as far from research as college gets) has turned into an interesting project to create animal models for a series of rare but debilitating diseases. A perfect example of “fortune favors the prepared mind” as I note in my column in today’s Monitor, which you can read right here.
At Keene State, an accident with flatworms (flatworms?) has produced intriguing medical research
by David Brooks | Jun 14, 2016 | Blog | 0 comments