Nobel Prize - Collaborations
The Nobel Prize is about rewarding the work of individuals. Names already famous in their fields and maybe the general world of science are suddenly propelled into the headlines. It is a wonderful stage for the public to honor those who have spent their life pursuing scientific knowledge, but sometimes it can fuel a misconception among lay audiences that research is the domain of individual geniuses working alone. So in honor of Nobel Prize week, we have compiled a video of Nobel Laureates praising the spirit of collaboration, which, more often than not, is the true propellent of scientific discovery.
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- Edmond Fischer: Reversible Protein Phosphorylation as a Regulatory Mechanism
- Elizabeth Blackburn: Discovery of Telomeric DNA and Telomerase
- Michael Brown and Joseph Goldstein: The Molecular Basis of Familial Hypercholesterolemia