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“The last time we invested in this type of technology was 10 years ago,” said David Ross, associate dean for research at the Skaggs School. “It’s a once-in-a-decade advancement.” Anschutz Medical Campus researchers are studying novel diseases and determining what molecules could be put together to develop a drug that could treat those diseases.