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The Poisoner’s Guide to Life

Pulitzer Prize-winning science writer and UW-Madison Professor Deborah Blum MA’82 has turned a quest to write the definitive handbook on poisons in America into the intriguing tale of two Jazz-Era scientists who played a major role in developing the field of forensic toxicology and fostering cooperation between scientists and police.

April 09, 2013
UW Showcase

Deborah Blum, Professor, School of Journalism and Mass
From UW Showcase April 2013

Pulitzer Prize-winning science writer and UW-Madison Professor Deborah Blum MA'82 has turned a quest to write the definitive handbook on poisons in America into the intriguing tale of two Jazz-Era scientists who played a major role in developing the field of forensic toxicology and fostering cooperation between scientists and police.

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