Nobel Prize winner Sir John Sulston, a man credited with pioneering human genome research, has passed away at the age of 75. Today the scientific community is looking back on the life and work of a man who led the Human Genome Project and made research in the area of genomes possible.
Multiple U.K. news outlets are reporting on his death and legacy. Admirers remember the humble man whose work often went unacknowledged despite the groundbreaking nature of it. In addition to his scientific research, he also ensured that his discoveries and the discoveries of other geneticists were circulated.