Nobel Prive in Medicine see problems in science

07 Mar

Would only be a tribute to the 2002 Nobel Prize in Medicine, Sydney Brenner, but an article published on LaboratórioDeCambridgeFebruary 24 by eMagazine The King ‘s Review of King’s College, University of Cambridge, a pump and an interview became a complaint.

New ideas are bureaucrats science funding , there are magazines articles that are corrupting science because they employ editors who are simply frustrated scientists working for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security are petty thieves and the work of others , was the one who said the biggest names in molecular biology south African Sydney Brenner , now 87 , who worked for his doctorate in the 60s , the Laboratory of molecular biology in Cambridge with Francis Crick (pictured center), one of the discoverers of the structure and functioning of DNA.

Brenner received the Nobel Prize in  Medicine 2002 with two other colleagues for their discoveries concerning the mechanism of genetic regulation of the development of organisms and cell death.


Graduated in medicine at the University of Witwatersrand in South Africa, he received his doctorate in chemistry at the University of Oxford in the United Kingdom, where he worked in the Laboratory of Molecular Biology in Cambridge with Francis Crick (at center of picture), one of discoverers of the structure and functioning of DNA.


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