Japanese Nobel Laureate Apologies for 'Serious Errors' In Stem-Cell Research ...
Noyori, won the Nobel prize in Chemistry in the year 2001. He has won accolade for his research chirally catalyzed hydrogenations and shared the honor of the Nobel Prize with William S. Knowles. He is a well-respected scientist and known for his ...
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Stem cell papers had 'grave errors'
The Japan Times
Noyori, a Nobel Prize laureate in chemistry, said he instructed the institute to cooperate with outside stem cell researchers and provide them with the necessary information on the method to create the cells to verify its reproducibility and authenticity.