Car­olyn Bertozzi (Illustration: Assistant editor Kathy Wong for Endpoints News)

Car­olyn Bertozzi, re­peat biotech founder and launch­er of a field, shares in chem­istry No­bel win

Car­olyn Bertozzi, pre­dict­ed by some to be­come a No­bel lau­re­ate, clinched one of the world’s top awards in the wee hours of Wednes­day, win­ning the No­bel Prize in Chem­istry along­side a re­peat win­ner and a Copen­hagen re­searcher.

The Stan­ford pro­fes­sor, Morten Mel­dal of Uni­ver­si­ty of Copen­hagen and 2001 awardee K. Bar­ry Sharp­less of Scripps shared the prize equal­ly. The No­bel is some­times split in quar­ters and/or halves.

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