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Robert Baldwin Dies

Robert Baldwin, a biochemist who studied protein folding at Stanford University School of Medicine, has died, The Scientist reports. He was 93.

As The Scientist notes, Baldwin — who was known as 'Buzz' — spent most of his career at Stanford, joining its newly established biochemistry department in 1959 and became an emeritus professor there in 1998, though he continued with his research until fairly recently.

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