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Alec Bangham Dies

Hematologist Alec Bangham died, reports the Guardian. He was 88. Bangham was best known for discovering liposomes while he was studying the surface chemistry of blood cells, leading him to be nicknamed "the father of liposomes." He always had a small laboratory of only two or three staff members and constantly received visiting scientists from all over the world.

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