This Day in Jewish History 1934: The Man Who Discovered Retroviral RNA Is Born

Howard Temin held firm to his ground-breaking theory as the scientific world howled. He was awarded the Nobel in 1975

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December 10, 1934, is the birthdate of Howard Martin Temin, the biologist who came up with the theory that RNA from a virus could replicate itself into the DNA of a host organism. Temin held firm with this...