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Genetic 'scissors' win Nobel Prize in Chemistry in historic first for women

It is the first time since 1964 that no men are among the chemistry prize winners. Image: via REUTERS

Daniel Trotta

Journalist, Reuters

Douglas Busvine

New Delhi Bureau Chief, Thomson Reuters

Niklas Pollard

Chief Correspondent, Thomson Reuters

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Winners, Emmanuelle Charpentier (left) and Jennifer Doudna (right) back in 2015. Image: REUTERS/Eloy Alonso

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