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A Millennial Prize

Shinya Yamanaka has been awarded the Millennium Technology Prize for his work on induced pluripotent stem cell technology, reports Agence France Presse. "Using [Yamanaka's] method to create stem cells, scientists all over the world are making great strides in research in medical drug testing and biotechnology," the prize jury said. Yamanaka splits the €1.2 million award with Linus Torvalds, the creator of the Linux open-source operating system.

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