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Sitting Down With... Ian Wilson, Chair in Drug Metabolism and Molecular Toxicology, Faculty of Medicine, Department of Surgery & Cancer, Imperial College London, UK.
Ian Wilson | | Interview
Did you always want to be a scientist?
Like most little boys of my generation, I started off wanting to be a fighter pilot, but in my teens some excellent teachers got me hooked on science. My parents encouraged my passion – first buying me chemistry sets, and later a garden shed that I turned into a rudimentary laboratory. I spent many happy hours there experimenting with different chemicals, including such wholesome substances as bromine and chlorine.
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