Corwin Hansch Dies

Corwin Hansch, the Pomona College chemist whose work led to new advances in the development of drugs and chemicals, has died, reports the Los Angeles Times' Thomas Maugh II. He was 92. Hansch "pioneered the field of relating a molecule's chemical structure to its biological activity," Maugh says. His work was widely used in the development of new drugs and chemicals.

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