Paul Boyer, who was awed by cells and won a Nobel Prize for deducing how they use energy, dies at 99
Paul Boyer, a UCLA biochemist who won the Nobel Prize for discovering the “three-cylinder engine” that powers all life as we know it, has died at his home in Los Angeles. He was 99 years old when he passed away on June 2, and would have celebrated his 100th birthday on July 31.
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