Inanc Ortac stands in his laboratory holding a wiffle ball, which demonstrates the idea behind his new technology that encapsulates cancer drugs, rendering them safer in terms of preventing deleterious side effects associated with cancer treatments.

Inanc Ortac stands in his laboratory holding a wiffle ball, which demonstrates the idea behind his new technology that encapsulates cancer drugs, rendering them safer in terms of preventing deleterious side effects associated with cancer treatments.

Cage-diving wiffle ball nanotechnology — that’s how Inanc Ortac, a graduate student at UC San Diego, describes his award-winning approach to cancer therapy...

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