Campus professor of chemical engineering Jay Keasling helps develop inexpensive malaria treatment
Employees of Sanofi, a pharmaceutical company based in Italy, attend a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the company’s Garessio site. Sanofi plans to produce massive quantities of semisynthetic artemisinin, which some hope will provide a cheaper treatment for malaria.

It has been an exciting year for Jay Keasling, one that marks the climax of a long journey to help develop inexpensive treatment for malaria.
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