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Do you know what a meteor is, or what scientists mean when they are talking about cryogenics? Our collection of science terms explains the meaning of some of the most common scientific ideas.
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Jacob, Frančois (1920-) is a French biochemist and geneticist. He received the 1965 Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine for his contributions to scientific knowledge of the fundamental processes in living matter that form the bases for such biological principles as adaptation, reproduction, and evolution.

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