NOBEL PRIZE: CHEMISTRY

Imaging molecules

Print edition : November 10, 2017

Richard Henderson, born in 1945 in Edinburgh, Scotland. PhD in 1969, Cambridge University, U.K. Programme Leader, MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology, Cambridge, U.K. Photo: REUTERS/TOBY MELVILLE

Jacques Dubochet, born in 1942 in Aigle, Switzerland. PhD in 1973, University of Geneva and University of Basel, Switzerland. Honorary Professor of biophysics, University of Lausanne, Switzerland. Photo: AP/Jean-Christophe Bott

Joachim Frank, born in 1940 in Siegen, Germany. PhD in 1970, Technical University of Munich, Germany. Professor of biochemistry and molecular biophysics, Columbia University, New York, U.S. Photo: REUTERS/BRENDAN MCDERMID

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Jacques Dubochet of Switzerland, Richard Henderson of the U.K. and Joachim Frank of the U.S. have been awarded this year’s Nobel Prize in Chemistry for their contribution to cryo-electron microscopy, which enables high-resolution imaging of protein molecules.
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