“If countries chose not to co-operate in unravelling the problems facing the world economy, we all faced disaster.”
“The first great strides in unravelling telomere function, and understanding how they are maintained, were taken in the early 80s, and it is this work that the 2009 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine rewards.”
“Decipherment of the Maya hieroglyphic system of writing represents perhaps the greatest breakthrough in unravelling the history of the ancient Maya.”
“She received the award "for her work in unravelling the mysteries of the physics of messy materials, ranging from cement to starch.”
“They are the first to succeed in unravelling the full details of how a membrane-bound protein is built up, revealing the structure of the molecule atom by atom.”
“The Globe and Mail book reviewer wrote - Diane Francis specializes in unravelling the complicated net of corporate ownerships in Canada.”
“Only when we have succeeded in unravelling their chemical character will it be possible to gain”
“In this field of plant-pigment chemistry, Willstätter's investigations can also be regarded as pioneering; the most comprehensive and the most important are, however, his investigations on chlorophyll, by which he has not only succeeded in unravelling the chemical structure of this substance, but also laid the sound scientific foundation for continued successful research into this extremely important field of plant chemistry.”
“I had difficulty in unravelling the procedure, which is complicated.”
“It may, however, be thought by some to be too recent an event to admit of that contrivance which is essentially necessary in unravelling the plot of the drama.”
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