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Behind Olesik, in a frigid room crammed with $15.4 million worth of nuclear magnetic resonance spectrometers that look like stubby spaceships, scientists are analyzing how polymer chains interact, down to their individual amino acids.
In their eagerness to understand the material world, scientists have invented a variety of ways to picture the interior life of cells, using X-rays, electron microscopy, or nuclear magnetic resonance techniques.
During her graduate years Dwyer joined a research group that was studying small organic molecules and conducting research using nuclear magnetic resonance.
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