Who Won the 1965
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1964 Nobel Prize Medicine Winner
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1965 Nobel Prize Medicine Winner François Jacob, André Michel Lwoff, Jacques Monod News

'I feel your pain': measuring the unmeasurable
The Conversation
There may be many pitfalls in an argument which equates sensation in humans with nervous discharges from frogs skin. – Edgar Adrian, 1932 Nobel Prize in Medicine Humans seem to experience pain, whether…

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The AIDS heroine: Prof Francoise Barre-Sinoussi talks about HIV research
The Star Online
That highly significant discovery revealed an urgent need for diagnostic tests to aid in controlling the spread of the disease and allowed the development of treatments that now keep people with HIV alive. The pair were awarded the Nobel Prize for ...

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Poor, restive French town once housed Nobel prize creator
Expatica France
In 1890, the bachelor millionaire left Sevran and died in Italy five years later, bequeathing his fortune to the creation of the now famous prizes for medicine, physics, chemistry, literature and peace. Albert Einstein, whose theory of relativity laid ...

1965 Nobel Prize Medicine Winner François Jacob, André Michel Lwoff, Jacques Monod News

Genetics research to revolutionise medicine, says Nobel laureate
Irish Times
He won a shared Nobel Prize in chemistry in 2004 for his study of how the body breaks down and disposes of unwanted proteins. “We are part of a revolution that will change the whole world of medicine,” he said. New methods that grew out of molecular ...

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