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The Rockefeller University » Günter Blobel, a Nobel laureate who ... - The Rockefeller University Newswire


The Rockefeller University Newswire
Günter Blobel, a Nobel Prize-winning Rockefeller biologist who discovered the mechanisms by which proteins are targeted for delivery to specific locations within cells, died February 18 at 81. Blobel joined the Rockefeller faculty 51 years ago; he was ...
New York Times

Scarth-Johnson beguiled by beauty of botany - The Australian


The Australian
The vivid account of Scarth-Johnson's life on the website of the Council of Heads of Australasian Herbaria describes the twin track she followed: “During her farming career Vera continued an interest in botany and was continuously painting and ...

Images used in biomedical articles suspected of manipulation - The Australian


The Australian
The researchers are postdoctoral research fellow Kislay Roy, senior lecturer Rupinder Kanwar and Professor Jagat Kanwar, who heads Deakin's Nanomedicine-Laboratory of Immunology and Molecular Biomedical Research. Professor Kanwar and Dr Kanwar were ...

Australian Nobel Laureates - Howard Walter Florey

Melbourne - Australia

Brief biography.

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Sir Howard Walter Florey
Sweden

Biography presented by The Nobel Foundation.

United States

Transcript of Radio National programme exploring how penicillin found its way from mould to miracle drug.

Howard Florey - Maker of the Miracle Mould
United States

Article by Simon Torok on Florey and his life work which transformed penicillin from an interesting discovery into a life saver.

United States

Transcript of Radio National programme looking at Florey the man and his broad ranging achievements.

Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 1975: David Baltimore, Renato Dulbecco, and Howard Martin Temin
Sweden

Features biographical articles and their Nobel lectures.

Finland

Biographical details of this American biologist who proved that chromosomes contained the cell's units of inheritance.

Walter M. Fitch
United States

Profile of Walter M. Fitch, Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at the University of California, Berkeley, including his research interests and publications.

Walter Lab
United States

RNA Biochemistry of catalytic RNA, short ribozymes, folding, FRET, fluorescence, atomic force microscopy. Listing publications back to 1993 from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.

United States

Studies of the alpha helical cytokine family Interferon-gamma, interferon-alpha, and interleukin-10, their receptors, intracellular signaling molecules with emphasis on understanding the structural basis of molecular recognition events that subsequently lead to cellular signal transduction, maintained by Mark R. Walter laboratory at the University of Alabama at Birmingham.

Walter Reed Biosystematics Unit
United States

Conducts systematics research on medically important arthropods and maintains the US mosquito collection. Located at the Smithsonian Institution in Suitland, Maryland, USA.