Martin Evans just received his Nobel Prize in medicine along with Mario Capecchi and Oliver Smithies. In this Guardian article, his colleagues call him laid-back and modest. As a PhD advisor, one recalls, he was hands-off but sometimes hard to track down. Evans' colleagues also predict that his full impact on biology has yet to be seen.

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