Caffeine catalyst could make for chewable drugs

For many of us, caffeine is a “catalyst” that turns us from sleepy zombies into functioning members of society, but now that may be more literal. Researchers from MIT and Brigham and Women’s Hospital have used caffeine to replace the metal catalysts normally used in creating polymer materials, opening the door for drug delivery via chewable gels…
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