Ganapati Mudur, “Indian Institute Scientists Use Filters to Solve Proteins Faster,” p. 33, is a science journalist in New Delhi, India. He has been writing about research as well as policy issues in science, technology, and medicine for 15 years, covering wide-ranging beats — from geosciences to public health to space technology. He was a Knight Science Journalism Fellow at MIT during 1999-2000, a time that he says he spent “gearing up for the century of the genome.”

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