This Day in Jewish History / A man who glimpsed the secrets of cellular genesis is born
Roger Kornberg won a Nobel for imaging the processes by which our genes turn into activity cellular building blocks.
April 24, 1947, is the birthdate of Roger Kornberg, the Stanford University biochemist who won the 2006 Nobel Prize for Chemistry for his research on the transcription of genetic information within the cell.
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