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Congratulations to my friend Tim for winning the Lemelson Prize yesterday.

Timothy Lu, a 27-year-old graduate student at the Harvard-MIT Division of Health Sciences and Technology who is in his third year at Harvard Medical School, received the $30,000 Lemelson-MIT Student Prize yesterday for inventing antibacterial agents that can thwart microbes such as methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, which has become impervious to many drugs.

MRSA is a big problem in hospitals nowadays. What do you do when antibiotics don't work anymore? It's a scary situation to be in - and it's happening more and more frequently.

Click (here) to read the Globe article. I'm sure this won't be the last time you read about Tim in the news.

PS. Tim, if you're reading, I owe you a celebratory beer or something.



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2 Response to "Congrats to Tim Lu For Winning Lemelson Prize"

  1. cosmo.catalano Said,

    You owe him? He's the one that just won $30,000; have him pick up the tab.

    Posted on 2/28/08, 2:56 PM

     
  2. Tim Said,

    That's true, I think I can afford a beer now :) So let's get more than one.

    Posted on 2/28/08, 8:44 PM

     
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