Poul Nissen interviewed for Videnskab.dk

2017.10.09 | Kathrine Hennings

Three chemists receive the Nobel Prize for making molecules visible. This year the development of a technique for creating biological molecules, Kryo-electron microscopy, is honored. Poul Nissen has worked with two of this years' three Nobel Prize winners in chemistry, Joachim Frank and Richard Henderson.

Read interviews with Poul Nissen for Vidneskab.dk here, Ingeniøren here and Magisterbladet.dk here (all in Danish) or listen to a Radio interview with P1 on October 7th 2017 here.

Read more about how cryo-electron microscopy has impacted researchers from the Nordic EMBL Partnership here (in English).

 

 

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