Two Americans Share Nobel for Smell Research

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NPR's Alex Chadwick talks with NPR's Richard Harris about the recipients for the Nobel prize for physiology or medicine, U.S. scientists Richard Axel and Linda Buck. The pair will be honored for their work on genes that control the human sense of smell.

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