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Russia's Richest Man Spent $4.7 Million For A Nobel Prize Medal Just To Give It Back To Its Winner
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Russia's Richest Man Spent $4.7 Million For A Nobel Prize Meda...

REUTERS/Maxim Shemetov Watson, along with Francis Crick and Maurice Wilkins, unravelled the double-helix structure and function of deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) in Britain in 1953. They received the Nobel Prize for medicine in 1962 for their ... Business Insider, 1 month ago
James Watson's Nobel Return MSNBC Newsweek, 1 month ago
Tech Times

Nobel Prize Medal of James Watson Sets Auction Record at $4.8 Million

James Watson's work with Francis Crick and Maurice Wilkins laid the foundations for modern biology. That work was rewarded with the Nobel Prize gold medal, which Watson successfully auctioned off for $4.8million. (Photo : Cold Spring Harbor ...
 Tech Times1 month ago

Ferrier chemists recognised by NZIC

Dr Peter Tyler was awarded the Maurice Wilkins Centre Prize for Chemical Science, which recognises achievement in the field of industrial or applied chemistry. Dr Tyler is a named inventor on over 30 patent families for new drug candidates, many ...
 Noodls2 months ago
Labmate Online

Would You Buy James Watson's Tainted Nobel Prize Medal?

Back in 1962, the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine was awarded to James Watson, along with Francis Crick and Maurice Wilkins. The trio picked up the prestigious accolade for their discovery of the helical structure of deoxyribonucleic acid ...
 Labmate Online1 month ago

Science for the People!

CC-BY: BSSRS/Wellcome Images There's a smell in Battersea, south-west London. Today, there are streams of the internet devoted to a whiff of toast commuters notice on the train over the river. It's something to do with local coffee roasters, ...
 Disinformation1 day ago

How Radical 70s Scientists Tried to Change the World

In the 1970s, radical scientists thought they could change the world if they could change science first. As told to Alice Bell. There's a smell in Battersea, south-west London. Today, there are streams of the internet devoted to a whiff of toast ...
 Gizmodo2 days ago

Big name speakers line up for family office conference

Businesslife has announced the speaker line up for its family office conference and it includes key names from within the Channel Islands as well as heavyweight, renowned family office practitioners from the City and Europe. Speaker highlights ...
 Businesslife.co3 days ago

Philanthropy to save Menton Fellowship

:20 pm Press Release: Arts Foundation of New Zealand Media Release Philanthropy to save Fellowship Immediate Release: 20 January 2015 New Zealanders are gearing up to save the Katherine Mansfield Menton Fellowship, a 45 year old ...
 Scoop1 week ago

Doomed class of young Winston: 1892 portrait of youthful Churchill as he poses with Harrow pals... but by 1945 over half were dead

The photograph, taken in 1892, shows a 17-year-old Churchill leaning over railings at Harrow School It is one of the oldest images on record of the former prime minister who died almost 50 years ago Here, the Mail on Sunday and historian Lizzie ...
 Capital Bay1 week ago
Controls Drives Automation

Automation suite helps to program multi-axis projects

With the industrial market increasingly making use of technologies more familiar in the consumer tech sector, Andy Pye looks at some of the latest developments in PLCs, touch screens and displays Using its MC6 motion controller, at November's SPS ...
 Controls Drives Automation3 weeks ago
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