A Year On

The University of California, Berkeley's Randy Schekman slept through the Nobel announcements this year, the Guardian writes.

Schekman won the prize last year, alongside Yale University's James Rothman and Stanford University's Thomas Südhof, for their work on cell transport, an area Schekman became interested in as a researcher at UC-San Diego, after hearing a talk by George Palade, another Nobel laureate, on how cells secrete proteins.

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