Something to chew over

By Rebecca Priestley In Science

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7th February, 2013
‘A marriage made in heaven.” That’s how professor Paul Moughan describes his award-winning research partnership with Professor Harjinder Singh. Late last year, the pair, who are co-directors of the Riddet Institute at Massey University, were awarded the Prime Minister’s Science Prize, worth $500,000, for their world- leading research in food-protein science. Moughan, who has a background in physiology and food chemistry, and Singh, who has a biochemistry background, have spent much of their research partnership studying proteins and the amino acids that make up those proteins. Singh ...

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