Celebrated scientist delivers UCL Prize Lecture in Clinical Science
7 October 2003
Nobel Laureate Professor Sydney Brenner delivered the UCL Prize Lecture in Clinical Science in October 2003.
Dr Brenner's lecture, Humanity's Genes, was a riveting exploration of current approaches to exploitation of our knowledge of the human genome, and future directions in research and social intervention.
Now in its seventh year, the annual prize lecture series has fast become one of the most eminent series on contemporary science in Europe. The impressive list of past winners includes distinguished scientific figures such as Nobel Laureates Professor Joseph Goldstein, Professor Stanley Prusiner and Professor James Watson.