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Nobel Prize for Chemistry will be given to 2 women scientists, Sharpentiye and Doudna

Nobel Prize for Chemistry will be given to 2 women scientists, Sharpentiye and Doudna

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USA NEWS – According to information received by World News Superfast, Sharpenti and Doudna have developed CRISPR / Cas9, an important tool for gene technology. It is named Genetic Caesars. This will allow changes in the DNA of animals, plants and microbes.

This will help cure many serious and genetic diseases including cancer. Sharpentiye is director of the Max Planck Unit for Science of Pathogens based in Berlin and Doudna University of California.

Marie Curie received Nobel in both Physics-Chemistry

According to information received by the World News Superfast, Marie Curie is the only scientist in the history of Nobel to have received the award for two different subjects. In 1903, Marie received an award for radio activity (physics) with her husband Pierre Curie and Henri Baquerl. In 1911, the prize for the discovery of radium was in the subject of chemistry.

Important information about the Nobel of Chemistry

Between 1901 – 2019, 111 Nobel Prizes were awarded in chemistry. The award was given 63 times to only one scientist. So far 5 women have been awarded in chemistry. Frederick Sanger is the only scientist to be awarded chemistry twice (1958 and 1980). According to information received by World News Superfast.

1902 – Friedrich Juliet was the youngest scientist to receive the Nobel

1935 – At the time of award, he was 35 years old. Frederick was jointly presented with his wife and Marie Curie’s daughter Irene. Irene was 38 at the time. According to information received by World News Superfast, the oldest scientist who received the Nobel for Chemistry was John B. Goodinf. He was 97 when he received the award.

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