The winner of this year’s Nobel Prize in Chemistry is a visiting professor at Hebrew University of Jerusalem. The university congratulated Roger Kornberg for his win Wednesday, in recognition of his research into how genes are copied. Kornberg, a professor of structural biology at Stanford University, is also a fellow at Hebrew University’s Department of biological chemistry.
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