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Sidney Altman, Thomas Cech

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1989 Nobel Prize Chemistry Winner Sidney Altman, Thomas Cech News

Drawing the brightest minds to ASU

Arizona State University
Sidney Altman shared the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1989 with Thomas R. Cech for their discoveries, independent of each other, that ribonucleic acid actively aids chemical reactions in cells. Altman will join the School of Life Sciences as a professor.

1989 Nobel Prize Chemistry Winner Sidney Altman, Thomas Cech News

A Nobel addition

ASU News Now
β€œSid Altman joining the university underscores that success and our increasing ability to create new opportunities for the expansion and discovery of knowledge.” Altman shared the 1989 Nobel Prize in chemistry with Thomas R. Cech for their discoveries, ...

1989 Nobel Prize Chemistry Winner Sidney Altman, Thomas Cech News

More than one kind of smart

Arizona State University
Sidney Altman, who shared the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1989, is joining the faculty of Arizona State University. β€œIt is with great pleasure that we welcome Dr. Altman to the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and the School of Life Sciences,” said ...

1989 Nobel Prize Chemistry Winner Sidney Altman, Thomas Cech News

Daily Camera at 125, still instilling the 'breath of progress into Boulder County'

Boulder Daily Camera
CU celebrated its first Nobel Prize laureate in October 1989 when biochemist Tom Cech shared the honor with Yale's Sidney Altman for their work demonstrating the evolutionary role of ribonucleic acid and showing how RNA can act as an enzyme. The most ...

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