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How to Win a Nobel Prize: The Secret of Cell Division

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Winner of the 2001 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for his discovery of cyclins, Sir Tim Hunt has been a lifelong pioneer in the field of cell cycle regulation. In addition to his research, he is a member of the Scientific Council, the governing body of the European Research Council, and sits on the Advisory Council of the Campaign for Science and Engineering.

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