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Energy and life

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John Walker is Director of the MRC Mitochondrial Biology Unit in Cambridge. His work on ATP , the “energy currency of life” led to him being awarded the Nobel Prize for Chemistry in 1997 and he was knighted in 1999 for services to molecular biology. Sir Paul Nurse, the Royal Society’s President described John Walker’s research as “absolutely fundamental to our understanding of what powers living cells and thereby all life”.

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