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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