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Nobel awarded to Swedish scientist who deciphered the Neanderthal genome

8 mins | Oct 8, 2022
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Could this be the true story of Human evolution? In October 2022, Swedish geneticist Svante Pääbo was awarded the Nobel Prize for his groundbreaking work sequencing genomes for long-extinct Neanderthals. Carolyn Y. Johnson explores how his efforts have laid the foundation of a new field of medical science.

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