Frederick Sanger, a biochemist of British origin and a double Noble Prize Awardee, who decoded the process of sequencing of DNA , has died. His pioneering work helped understanding genetics with new perspective.
John Bardeen , fue un físico estadounidense galardonado con los Premios Nobel de Física de los años 1956 y 1972, convirtiéndose junto a Marie Curie, Linus Pauling y Frederick Sanger en las únicas personas galardonadas dos veces con el Premio Nobel, en ambas ocasiones en la categoría Nobel de Física.
Frederick Sanger, 95, Twice a Nobel Laureate and a Genetics Pioneer, Dies
Forget brass rings, titles and even Nobels (2 in fact). There's always something new to discover and according to Frederick Sanger's example, you're never too accomplished to seek it out or to "mess around in the lab" and get dirty.
Growing up, Frederick Sanger became very interested in #nature and #science and when at Cambridge University, he decided not to study medicine. He felt that a career in science would give him a better chance to become a problem solver. #TheWSIE #WSIErs #WSIEQuotes