Gallery 23: Fred Sanger, 1980

Fred Sanger at his second Nobel Prize ceremony, 1980.

Fred Sanger, Nobel Prize ceremony

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16765. Gallery 37: Eric Wieschaus at Nobel Ceremony, 1995

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16519. Gallery 23: Fred Sanger, ca1940's

Fred Sanger, late 1940's.

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16517. Gallery 23: Fred and Margaret Joan Howe, 1940

Fred Sanger and his wife, 1940.

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George Beadle at the Nobel Awards ceremonies.

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16526. Biography 23: Frederick Sanger (1918- )

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16516. Gallery 23: Fred Sanger at age 11

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16401. Gallery 18: 1958 Nobel Prize winners

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16677. Gallery 32: Barbara McClintock, 1983.

Barbara McClintock at the Nobel ceremonies, 1983.

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16036. Fred Sanger, 1975

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