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Biochemist Kathleen Culhane Lathbury, who worked at the British Drug Houses in the 1920s and 1930s, once said, “for women in the chemical industry, magnificent health and a thick skin are more important than a knowledge of chemistry.” https://go.natur

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Biochemist Kathleen Culhane Lathbury, who worked at the British Drug Houses in the 1920s and 1930s, once said, “for women in the chemical industry, magnificent health and a thick skin are more important than a knowledge of chemistry.” https://go.nature.com/2CmtYaY 

Original Article: Biochemist Kathleen Culhane Lathbury, who worked at the British Drug Houses in the 1920s and 1930s, once said, “for women in the chemical industry, magnificent health and a thick skin are more important than a knowledge of chemistry.” https://go.natur

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