DNA repair wins Nobel Prize in Chemistry
The 2015 Nobel Prize in Chemistry has been awarded for discoveries in DNA repair, the BBC reports.
Tomas Lindahl and Paul Modrich and Aziz Sancar were named as the winners on Wednesday morning at a news conference in Stockholm, Sweden.
Their work uncovered the mechanisms used by cells to repair damaged DNA – a fundamental process in living cells.
The prize money of eight million Swedish kronor ($970,000) will be shared among the winners.