The Fugu Genome Project started in Cambridge in the early 1990s, under Professor Sydney Brenner
, the 2002 Nobel Prize winner for Physiology or Medicine, and Professor Jeffrey H.
Founded in 1996 by Nobel-prize winner Sydney Brenner
, MSI is an independent, not-for-profit research institute.
elegans has been the subject of intense scrutiny since the work begun by Sydney Brenner
in the 1960s and culminating with his lab's 2002 Nobel in Medicine for Physiology.
James Watson was first in a series of other eminent scientists that interacted with Crick as a foil, and others included Sydney Brenner
and Christof Koch.
The worm was the first multicellular organism to have its genetic code mapped, and this finding secured a Nobel prize for the trio of John Sulston, Bob Horvitz, and Sydney Brenner
Sir John Sulston, Dr Sydney Brenner
and US scientist Robert Horvitz were given the honour for their work in genetics.
Britons Sydney Brenner
, 75, Sir John Sulston, 60, and American Robert Horvitz, 55, shared the prize, worth pounds 650,000.
The Molecular Sciences Institute (MSI) was founded by Nobel-prize winner Sydney Brenner
as an independent, nonprofit research institute.
The honored trio is Sydney Brenner
of the Molecular Sciences Institute in Berkeley, Calif.
, Population Genetics Technologies creates products that accelerate large-scale population studies, through the simultaneous analysis of multiple individual genomes.
With the election of Joanne Chory and non-resident fellow Carla Shatz, the Salk Institute's current roster of Royal Society members includes Francis Crick, Renato Dulbecco, Sydney Brenner
, Tony Hunter, and non-resident fellows Elizabeth H.