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Early success in your chosen field is always welcome. When that success has a little money attached to it, it’s even better. Two Ohio State University assistant professors and researchers were recently awarded 2017 Department of Energy (DOE) Early Career Awards: Kelly Wrighton, for her work in microbiology, and Hannah Shafaat, for her research into biochemistry. Wrighton has been studying methane in soil while Shafaat is examining how CO and CO2 and be converted into fuel. We spoke to them via e-mail about the future of their work, thanks to the impact of these grants. BTN LiveBIG: Can you give a
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