Paul Nurse's groundbreaking work on the cell cycle has earned him numerous honors, including, most recently, the Nobel Prize. In an interview with Scientific American last year, this new laureate explained his work, his ambitions and his thoughts on winning a Nobel. The full text of that interview appears below
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