October 3, 2006

NIH Grantee Wins 2006 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for Discovering How Genes Produce Proteins

The 2006 Nobel Prize in chemistry was awarded to long-time NIH grantee, Roger D. Kornberg, Ph.D., of the Stanford University School of Medicine for his studies of how genetic information is transcribed into RNA, which is translated to make proteins, molecules essential to life...

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