RNAi Innovator Accepts Aventis Award at DDT | GenomeWeb

BOSTON, Aug. 13 (GenomeWeb News) - RNA interference innovator Craig Mello of UMass Medical School was honored here today along with his collaborator Andy Fire of the Carnegie Institute of Washington with an award from Aventis for their studies on the gene silencing technique.

 

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