How WWII-era research may help in battle the current pandemic
SMITH BRAIN TRUST – Researchers who scrambled to fight infections during World War II discovered more than the power of penicillin. They also learned important lessons about human enterprise that can guide team efforts today to stop COVID-19, Maryland Smith's Rajshree Agarwal writes in Forbes.
She revisits the story of Alexander Fleming, the Scottish biologist who stumbled upon the world’s first antibiotic in a petri dish in 1928. The journey of his “wonder drug” was far from simple.
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