When Did Frederick Sanger Receive The Nobel Prize in Chemistry?
Federick sanger a scientist who was bon in 1918 in Gloucestershire, UK. Federick Sanger is a double Nobel Prize winner in chemistry. He is the only one person to be awarded nobel in chemistry till date. His advise was always to follow your dreams and do the things which will interest you. He always would be messing about the lab bench and got his enthusiasm out of doing different experiments.
He discovered the complete structure of Insulin in 1955 for which he was awarded the Nobel Prize in chemistry in the year 1958. The same enthusiasm led him to a different experiment altogether this time Complete traqct to DNA Research which won him his second Nobel prize in 1980. The sequencing he described is called sanger sequencing, a technique which as soon adapted in genome research and revolutionised the research.