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Street cred for Nobel prizewinner

作者:召滑编    发布时间:2019-02-26 06:14:13    

ONE of the world’s most distinguished biochemists stands here by a newly opened road named after him at Surrey Research Park in Guildford. Frederick Sanger, whose pioneering work on DNA sequencing and insulin brought him two Nobel prizes, was one of several luminaries who attended the opening of roads at the park, which adjoins the campus of the University of Surrey. The other roads included Medawar Road, named after the late Sir Peter Medawar who earned a Nobel prize for his work on the immunology of skin grafting, and Rosalind Franklin Road, the crystallographer whose early death robbed her of a Nobel prize for her work on DNA. Medawar’s widow, Lady Jean,

 

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