Gallery 24: Rich Roberts, 1999

Rich Roberts in his office at New England Biolabs, 1999.

Rich Roberts, New England Biolabs

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16538. Video 24: Richard Roberts, clip 2

Describing the early work purifying restriction enzymes.

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16540. Video 24: Richard Roberts, clip 4

Describing the set up of the electron micrograph experiments.

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16537. Video 24: Richard Roberts, clip 1

How Richard Roberts first became interested in restriction enzymes - hearing a talk by Dan Nathans.

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16539. Video 24: Richard Roberts, clip 3

Describing the early experimental evidence for "interrupted" RNA transcripts that went on to suggest the subsequent electron micrograph studies.

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16541. Video 24: Richard Roberts, clip 5

Performing the electron micrograph DNA/RNA hybridizations, and seeing the results.

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16542. Video 24: Richard Roberts, clip 6

Should an aspiring student pursue a career in science? -- finding and developing your passion.

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16548. Biography 24: Richard John Roberts (1943- )

Richard Roberts and Phil Sharp shared the 1993 Nobel Prize for the discovery of the split gene theory.

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16530. Gallery 24: Rich Roberts, 1975

Rich Roberts in his lab at Cold Spring Harbor, 1975.

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16534. Gallery 24: Rich Roberts, 1997

Rich Roberts as Dr. December in the 1997 Studmuffins of Science Calendar.

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16035. Rich Roberts and Phil Sharp, 1974

The RNA message is sometimes edited.

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