Because what good is a vaccine if people can't actually get it?.
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Stanford bioengineer Jennifer Cochran is developing proteins that may boost today’s cancer treatments into overdrive.
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Rachel Haurwitz hopes to change medicine, agriculture and biotechnology as we know them.