Biology Magazine

Fred Sanger 1918 – 2013

Posted on the 21 November 2013 by Ccc1685 @ccc1685

Perhaps the greatest biologist of the twentieth century and two-time Nobel prize winner, Fred Sanger, has died at the age of 95. He won his first Nobel in 1958 for determining the amino acid sequence of insulin and his second in 1980 for developing a method to sequence DNA.  An obituary can be found here.

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