The Nobel Prize in Medicine goes to Swede Svante Pääbo, pioneer of paleogenomics

The Nobel Prize in Medicine goes to Swede Svante Pääbo, pioneer of paleogenomics

Europe 1 with AFP

The Nobel Prize in Medicine and Physiology was awarded Monday to Sweden’s Svante Pääbo, 67, for sequencing the Neanderthal genome and laying the foundations of paleogenomics.

The Nobel Prize in Medicine and Physiology was awarded Monday to Sweden’s Svante Pääbo, 67, for sequencing the Neanderthal genome and laying the foundations of paleogenomics.

“By uncovering the genetic differences that distinguish all living humans from extinct hominids, his findings provided the basis for exploring what makes us humans such unique beings,” the jury said.

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