American biochemist Frances Arnold was awarded the Millennium Technology Prize for her research on directed evolution in 2016. Arnold has developed a new and quick method for modifying proteins that mimics natural selection in a laboratory setting.
The Global Young Scientists Summit gave the next generation of the scientific world a chance to meet and learn from Millennium Technology Prize and Nobel Prize winners in Singapore.
The Millennium Technology Prize winners get inspired by the new generation’s work and ideas as much as young scientists learn from the big names of their field.
The Global Young Scientists Summit gathers Millennium Technology Prize and Nobel Prize winners with some of the best young scientists from all over the world in Singapore next week.
Millennium Technology Price winner Frances Arnold receives National Academy of Sciences’ Sackler Prize
Technology Academy Finland congratulates Millennium Technology Prize 2016 winner Frances Arnold for receiving another great acknowledgement for her pioneering work on directed evolution. Arnold has been awarded the National Academy of Sciences’ Sackler Prize in Convergence Research. Directed evolution has been adopted by hundreds of laboratories around the world and has broad applications in sustainable biofuels, pharmaceuticals, and other environmentally friendly solutions to global problems.
The presentation of the 2016 Millennium Technology Prize to the biochemist Frances Arnold won considerable attention from the world’s media.