Three groundbreaking scientists, all of whom won the Nobel Prize for their discoveries, died in 2013. Francois Jacob figured out how genes work. Frederick Sanger, who sequenced the first genome, is one of only four people to win two Nobel Prizes. David Hubel found out how to listen to the brain.
Ryan Bingham performs at Autism Speaks' third Annual Blue Jean Ball on Oct. 24 in Los Angeles.
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The alt-country artist had been living in his truck when he began working on the song that would win him an Oscar. "You just can't muscle your way through some things in life," he says. "You just have to keep your head on your shoulders and dance with it as you go."
Eydie Gorme was most famous for being half of the husband-and-wife singing duo Steve and Eydie, with her husband, Steve Lawrence. In August, Gorme passed away at the age of 84.
Eydie Gorme was most famous for being half of the husband-and-wife singing duo Steve and Eydie, with her husband of nearly 60 years, Steve Lawrence. But on her own she was known for her range, her deftness in English and Spanish and her sense of humor. She passed away in August in Las Vegas.