Nobel prize in medication awarded to geneticist who sequenced Neanderthal genome

The 2022 Nobel prize in physiology or medication has been awarded to a Swedish geneticist who traced the evolution of recent day people from the DNA of our shut extinct kin.

Svante Pääbo, a director on the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology in Leipzig, Germany and one of many founders of the sphere of paleogenomics, is ready to obtain the ten million Swedish krona ($900,500) prize for his pioneering work on the evolution of hominins, kin of people extra intently associated to us than chimpanzees, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences in Stockholm introduced Monday (Oct. 3).

Rahul Diyashi
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