, "Cohesins: chromosomal proteins that prevent premature separation of sister chromatids," Cell, vol.
The other life-sciences winners were: Don Cleveland at the University of California, San Diego, who developed experimental gene-silencing therapies and DNA drugs to treat diseases of the brain and nervous system; Kim Nasmyth
at the University of Oxford, UK, who discovered how DNA packs into cells without getting tangled up; and Peter Walter at the University of California, San Francisco, and Kazutoshi Mori at Kyoto University, Japan, who both worked on elucidating the quality-control system in cells that detects unfolded proteins that have the potential to cause disease.
(9.) Kim Nasmyth
, "How is DNA Woven into Chromosomes?" Israel Institute for Advanced Studies, https://www.
(left), Roberta MacAdams (right) in the back row.
, "How do so few control so many?," Cell, vol.
Perhaps it is equally significant that the industrialist James Nasmyth
should have taken up the calotype.
And finally the 1880s brought biographies on James Nasmyth
, John Murray, Jasmin [Jacques Boe], and Josiah Wedgwood as well as two collections of smaller biographies, all of which were capped by Smiles' Autobiography published in 1905, the year after his death.
Peter Smith, CEO of precision engineering products and services supplier Nasmyth
Group, has been included in The Manufacturer Top 100 2015 report.
described Southeastern Europe and the tense relations between the Balkan nations as the "storm centre of international relations" in his report to the Management Committee of the W.A.