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Toads and Mice and the Sheep in Between: The 2012 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine

Nessa Carey | Posted 12.19.2012 | Science
Nessa Carey

Imagine the possibilities. We could replace cells lost in diseases, from those that produce insulin in the pancreas of patients with type 1 diabetes, to the brain cells destroyed in Parkinson's disease.

Nobel Prize Winner Was Told By Teacher His Goal To Study Science Was 'Quite Ridiculous'

AP | Posted 10.09.2012 | Education

LONDON -- Teacher knows best? That doesn't appear to be the case for one teacher who called a future Nobel Prize winner's dreams of becoming a scient...

Romney Would Outlaw Nobel Prize-winning Research?

Don C. Reed | Posted 12.09.2012 | Politics
Don C. Reed

Anyone who supports medical research for cure should take note of the startling difference between the Democrats and Republicans on this issue. President Obama supports advanced stem cell research; candidate Romney would criminalize it.

Frenchman, American Win Nobel Prize In Physics

AP | Posted 12.09.2012 | Science

STOCKHOLM (AP) — A French-American duo shared the 2012 Nobel Prize in physics Tuesday for inventing methods to observe the bizarre properties of the...

Two Scientists Share Nobel Prize For Stem Cell Work

AP | MALCOLM RITTER and KARL RITTER | Posted 12.08.2012 | Science

NEW YORK — Two scientists from different generations won the Nobel Prize in medicine Monday for the groundbreaking discovery that cells in the b...

Pair Share Nobel Prize In Medicine

AP | Posted 10.07.2013 | World

STOCKHOLM (AP) — British researcher John Gurdon and Shinya Yamanaka of Japan won this year's Nobel Prize in medicine on Monday for discovering that ...