News about sarin gas is usually not good. But Ian Haydon has a rare positive story about chemical weapons in a piece for The Conversation that was picked up by Scientific American. Ian, a protein designer, writes about how scientists in his field are using enzyme engineering to create nerve agent antidotes. @ichaydon image: Jü
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