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Günter Blobel

More than 30 years ago, Blobel took the first step toward running an experiment in a cell-free system. Today, his approach remains essential to how biologists seek answers.

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Michael W. Young

The more he looked, the prettier the science became. Young’s work on the biological clock led to trailblazing discoveries of genes that make all organisms tick—and to a Nobel Prize.

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Richard P. Lifton

“With the sequence of the human genome in hand, we have, for the first time, a bounded problem. We have the ability to understand what each gene is doing in the context of a living human being.”