Three Share Nobel Prize for Work on Cell Genetics

Richard Harris talks about the winners of this year's Nobel Prize for Medicine or Physiology. The award went to Sydney Brenner, Robert Horvitz and John Sulston, who did their work independently in Britain and the United States. The three scientists studied the genetic programming of cell development and death.

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