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New degree program blends biochemistry and biology to solve modern problemsIndiana Daily StudentA new undergraduate degree program in molecular life sciences will begin fall 2018, connecting the fields of biology, chemistry, medicine and biotechnology. The program, a collaboration between the Department of Biology and the Department of Molecular ...
 
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