Northeastern University and Waters Team Up to Provide a Novel Solution for Studying Protein Conformation
 30 April 2013

In this video John Engen, an Associate Professor of Chemistry and Chemical Biology at Northeastern University, discusses his work studying protein conformation in cancer and other diseases. John explains how he worked with Waters to develop an instrument that enables him to perform his difficult analyses at exceptionally low temperatures. This video provides an example of how academia and industry can work together to advance scientific research.

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