Nobel Prize 2022: Sweden's Svante Paabo received the Nobel Prize for Medicine
Nobel Prize 2022: The Nobel Prizes have been announced. This time Sweden's Svante Paabo has been awarded this award for medicine. Let us know in detail that, which contribution he has been honoured with this best award.
The Nobel Prize for the year 2022 has been announced. Sweden's Svante Paabo has been awarded the Nobel Prize in Medicine this year. He was awarded this honour for his discovery of the 'Evolutionary Evolution of Humans'. In fact, he has been awarded this award for his discoveries related to the genome of the extinct hominin and human evolution. Let us tell you that this award is considered to be the most prestigious award in the world of science. It is awarded by the Nobel Assembly of the Karolinska Institutet, Sweden.
Last year's award winners included David Julius and Ardem Patputian. Their discovery was based on how the human body senses temperature and touch.
Talking about the Nobel Prize, according to the Indian amount of one crore Swedish kronor, a cash amount of about Rs 7.31 crore will be provided.
These awards will be given to the winners on December 10. Actually, this amount is given from a will left by the Swedish inventor Alfred Noble, who founded the prize. Alfred Noble died in 1895.
Svante Paabo is a Swedish geneticist, specializing in the field of evolutionary genetics. As one of the founders of paleogenetics, he has worked extensively on the Neanderthal genome.
Announcing the prize, the Nobel Prize Committee said, "Through his pioneering research, Svante Paabo has accomplished something that seems impossible."
Sequencing the genome of Neanderthals, extinct relatives of present-day humans. They also made the sensational discovery of a previously unknown hominin, Denisova.'