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Christoph Hagemeyer, heads up the nanobiotechnology laboratory at Monash University in Melbourne, Australia

Christoph Hagemeyer, head of the nanobiotechnology laboratory at Monash University in Melbourne, Australia, is aiming to make a compound that can deliver insulin as soon as the body needs it to be able to respond rapidly to the sugar spikes that occur after a meal

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