Obituaries for Wednesday, June 21 | The
Fresno BeeObituaries for Wednesday, June 21 | The Fresno BeeFresno BeeANDERSON — Linda Baxter Anderson, 75, of Visalia died June 9. She was a bus driver. Graveside: 10 a.m. June 23 at Exeter District Cemetery. Arrangements: ...and more »
Posted on 20 June 2017 | 3:24 pm
Engagement — Watts-Espedal - Montesano
Montesano VidetteEngagement — Watts-EspedalMontesano VidetteK'Leigh Brooke Watts and Curtis Frederick Espedal of Sanger, Texas are engaged and plan to marry June 24. The bride-to-be is the daughter of Jennifer and Brad Watts of Sanger. She graduated from Sanger High School and Texas Woman's University and ...
Posted on 8 June 2017 | 2:46 am
In recognition - Boston College Chronicle
In recognitionBoston College Chronicle... David Early, Mark Foley, Mark Gelfand, Jane Gionfriddo, Frederick Glynn, Roberto Goizueta, Thomas Groden, Thomas Hachey, David Horn, William Howland, Amanda James, Michael Keith, Thomas King, Barbara Krakowsky, Deborah Levenson-Estrada, ... Fabio ...
Posted on 31 May 2017 | 5:53 am
Timeline of scientific discovery: gene
RaconteurTimeline of scientific discovery: gene editingRaconteurBritish biochemist Frederick Sanger invented a method for “reading” the “letters” of the genetic code. He was the first scientist to decode the complete genome of any organism and his approach increased by a thousand times the rate at which scientists ...
Posted on 11 May 2017 | 5:56 pm
Century-Old Tumors Offer Rare Cancer Clues -
Scientific AmericanCentury-Old Tumors Offer Rare Cancer CluesScientific AmericanAt the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute in Hinxton, UK, he tracks the genomic miswiring that can lead to rare childhood cancers. And as someone who also treats patients, he has been frustrated by the paucity of evidence backing up much of his practice.
Posted on 11 May 2017 | 8:21 am
Frederick Sanger, genomics and India
We owe him a debt of gratitude. P.S. “Through art and science in their broadest senses it is possible to make a permanent contribution towards the improvement and enrichment of human life,” said the understated Frederick Sanger.
Posted on 30 November 2013 | 11:33 pm
'A hero of 20th century British science’:
Frederick Sanger, the ‘father of genomics’ and a two-time Nobel Prize winner, has died at the age of 95. The Gloucestershire-born biochemist is described as ‘one of the greatest scientists of any generation’. He pioneered methods to work out the ...
Posted on 21 November 2013 | 6:16 am
Frederick Sanger, 95, Twice a Nobel Laureate
Frederick Sanger, a British biochemist whose discoveries about the chemistry of life led to the decoding of the human genome and to the development of new drugs like human growth hormone, earning him two Nobel Prizes, a distinction held by only three other ...
Posted on 20 November 2013 | 10:29 am
Frederick Sanger, Genomics Pioneer, Dies at
British biochemist Frederick Sanger, who twice won the Nobel Prize in chemistry and was a pioneer of genome sequencing, has died at the age of 95. His death was confirmed Wednesday by the MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology - which Sanger helped found in 1962.
Posted on 20 November 2013 | 4:03 am
Frederick Sanger Dead: Winner Of 2 Nobel
LONDON (AP) — British biochemist Frederick Sanger, who twice won the Nobel Prize in chemistry, has died. He was 95. The Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute announced the death Wednesday. It did not provide further details. Sanger first won the Nobel Prize in ...
Posted on 20 November 2013 | 2:40 am