Articles Tagged with “NOBEL PRIZE”

Robert Lefkowitz is best known for revealing the mechanism behind hundreds of drugs in use today. But he thinks of himself as a storyteller first and has a new book out to make his case.

A pioneer in protein structures also left a legacy for mothers in the sciences.

Self-experimentation has a long history in medicine. Should its practice today be shunned or embraced?

Ten years ago, researchers coaxed normal adult cells into stem cells for the first time

The 50-year crusade to prove the link between viruses and cancer

Nobel Laureate Jack Szostak discusses how research on chromosomes led to current investigations into Earth’s first organisms.