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Radio Sweden Wednesday

Published onsdag 4 oktober 2006 kl 12.55
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Professor Roger D. Kornberg
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Nobel Week is in full swing and today, the Chemistry Prize went to American Professor Roger D. Kornberg for his studies of how cells take information from genes to produce proteins.  We’ll have a report direct from the Royal Swedish Academy of sciences.

A new report raises questions about tap water.

In this month’s edition of SPORTSCAN, Dave Russell profiles one of Sweden’s most renowned athletes, golfing great Annika Sörenstam.

Closing music:  ”My Sweet Senorita”

The 2006 Nobel Prize in Chemistry has gone to Professor Roger D. Kornberg of Stanford University in Califoronia. Our reporter Bill Schiller is at the Royal Academy of Sciences to find out more about the meaning of this year’s prize:

Björn Gunér of the Swedish Radio Science Department called Roger Kornberg shortly after the prize announcement:

According to a new report, there’s a growing problem here with common medicines getting into the environment. Mark Cummins has more:

Time now to meet a Swedish sporting giant, in this month’s edition of SportScan with Dave Russell:

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