Stephen J Hage

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According to Mr. Hage, when the government tries to measure economic output, "the 1930's mentality sticks like bubble gum to the sole of a shoe." He is alarmed that the current debate about healthcare reform is based on economic data derived from antiquated methods of analysis and that we are "rocketing into the 21st century with our eyes firmly fixed on(More)
Understanding how proteins fold is one of the central problems in biochemistry. A new generation of kinetic experiments has emerged to investigate the mechanisms of protein folding on the previously inaccessible submillisecond time scale. These experiments provide the first glimpse of processes such as secondary structure formation, local hydrophobic(More)