Laureates 2002

Future - Life Sciences

Robert H. Waterston

Robert H. Waterston

Prof. Robert H. Waterston (born 1943 in Michigan, USA) obtained a bachelor's degree in engineering from Princeton University in 1965 and received both a medical degree and a doctorate in pathology from the University of Chicago in 1972. After a postdoctoral fellowship at the Medical Research Council Laboratory of Molecular Biology in Cambridge, England, Prof. Waterston joined the Washington University faculty in

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John Sulston

John Sulston

subsequently received the Nobel Prize for Medicine in 2002.

Sydney Brenner

Sydney Brenner

subsequently received the Nobel Prize for Medicine in 2002.

Prof. Sydney Brenner's sustained contributions during the course of a scientific career spanning 40 years are exceptional both in their novelty and in their impact on biology.