De Duve, Christian

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De Duve,

Christian, joint winner of 1974 Nobel Prize for work related to cell structure and organization.
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In 1955, he collaborated with Christian de Duve on lysosomes.
Nobelists Christian De Duve and Manfred Eigen join other cellular biologists and immunologists like Sir Gustav J.
Christian de Duve, a Nobel Prize winner in medicine, said, "I think the greatest threat to humanity is the excessively rapid growth of knowledge." Our knowledge is overwhelming our wisdom, in other words; we are creating new technologies and rushing them into use before we can even begin to understand what their impacts will be.
Among those working on the origins question is biologist and Nobel laureate Christian De Duve, who has outlined a theory of how life might have arisen.
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