The 2015 award goes to three scientists who dissected the molecular mechanisms that drive DNA repair.
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Neutrinos are the second-most abundant particle in the universe...and the most elusive.
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This year's winners discovered their therapies by sifting through huge repositories of bacteria from soil samples and isolating active compounds from herbs.
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Over its 114 year history, the Nobel Prize has been given to some bad science, and some bad scientists.
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