Nobel Prize winner advises young Korean scientists on ‘where to fish’

Nobel Prize winner advises young Korean scientists on ‘where to fish’


one of the three corners of this year’s
Nobel Prize in Physiology or medicine William Kalyan has come to Korea to meet
with researchers at the Institute of basic science his advice to young
scientists highlighted the importance of finding want to work on or deciding to
quote where to fish can young who has the story the 2019 Nobel Prize in
Physiology or medicine was jointly awarded to three scientists last month
for their findings on how human cells react to oxygen levels changing one of
the three core winners William Kalyan came to South Korea to
share his discovery on defining the molecular pathway that cells used to
sense whether they’re getting enough oxygen information cells used to adapt
we also know that certain cancers rely on this pathway and so we also have new
drugs being developed that basically prevented cancer cells from using this
pathway for their own evil purposes Kaelyn also had a word of advice for
young scientists during his visit to loosen National Institute of Science and
Technology on Tuesday when I was a young boy my father liked to fish and I
learned that one of the most important decisions a fisherman makes is where to
fish and likewise when you are a scientist one of the most important
decisions you make is what to work on Kaelyn leader and today held a meeting
with researchers at the Center for genomic integrity of Korea’s Institute
for basic science for potential joint studies in the future here at the Center
for genomic integrity researchers are trying to find out more about how the
molecular mechanisms of DNA replication repair and recombination work and
discover answers to the origins of aging cancer and evolution the Nobel Prize
winner said both his lab in the US and Korea Center for genomic integrity can
learn from each other’s research because they share the same goal of improving
human lives by curing diseases conn-young Arirang news Versa

3 thoughts on “Nobel Prize winner advises young Korean scientists on ‘where to fish’

  • November 5, 2019 at 2:13 pm
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    A Cure for Cancer is already developed. The Pharma-Corporations just suppress the Cure since decades, to sell their highly expensive drugs. Even i can already cure Cancer

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  • November 5, 2019 at 2:23 pm
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    It’s a waste of time for the Nobel laureate to talk to you people who never had any scientific achievements

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  • November 5, 2019 at 7:44 pm
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    You don’t do science for Nobel prize. that’s why you can’t get any

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