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Professor Kim Nasmyth (Department of Biochemistry) honoured with the prestigious Centenary Award 2021 from the Biochemical Society

Kim Nasmyth has been awarded the Biochemical Society's 2021 Centenary Award in recognition of his outstanding contributions to understanding how chromosomes are propagated during cell division.

The Centenary Award is awarded annually to a distinguished biochemist from any part of the world. As an awardee, Kim is invited to present the Sir Frederick Gowland Hopkins Memorial Lecture at a Society conference, and to submit an article related to her Award Lecture to one of the Society's publications.

Read more on the Department of Biochemistry website