Canadian biologist Anthony Pawson has been awarded the 'Japanese Nobel Prize' for research that lead to new cancer treatments. Molecular biologist Dr. Anthony Pawson is among this year's winners of the Kyoto Prize, an international award given annually by Japan's Inamori Foundation to "honor those who have made significant contributions to the scientific, cultural and spiritual development of humanity."
Posted: 28 Jul 2008 04:07 AM CDT
The Hinode mission is going to tell us much about how the atmosphere of the sun is produced and how it evolves, says solar physicist George Doschek. Hear more about Hinode, a space observatory pointed at our sun.
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