4 people shaping Kendall Square's future
As a scientist, his pioneering work at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology led to the discovery of gene splicing, for which he won the Nobel Prize in 1993. As an entrepreneur, he cofounded a pair of giants, Biogen and Alnylam Pharmaceuticals.
No longer lost in translation: Biochemists watch gene expression in real time
Even tagging RNA with a green fluorescent protein, whose discovery won a Nobel Prize in 2008, takes too long. "By the time the ... Their microscope is based on a similar design by co-author Brian English of Howard Hughes Medical Institute. Through ...
Ben Carson is helping Donald Trump pick a VP. He's also a devoted conspiracy theorist.
He served on George W. Bush's Council on Bioethics, an overwhelmingly conservative body that allegedly dismissed a future Nobel Prize winner for her support of stem cell research; he was reportedly courted by Maryland Republicans to run for office; he ...
Harry Kroto, Nobel laureate who helped discover the buckyball, dies at 76
Harry Kroto, who shared the 1996 Nobel Prize in chemistry for his role in the discovery of the buckyball, a spherical carbon molecule that excited researchers around the world with its promise of advancing scientific understanding of a chemical ...