Craig Mello, Andy Fire, Paul McMahon, Ray Iacono, Vin Miles, James Gilbert | GenomeWeb
Craig Mello, a researcher at the University of Massachusetts Medical School, and Andy Fire, a researcher at Stanford University School of Medicine, were awarded the Nobel Prize in medicine or physiology this week.
Mello and Fire received the prize for their work in discovering the role double-stranded RNA plays in RNA interference. (see feature story, this issue, for further details LINK).


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