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s Medical Institute Investigator Boston, Mass., USA -- For their roles in the discovery of and pioneering research on telomeres and telomerases. -------------------------------------------------------------------------- James E. Rothman Wallace Professor of Biomedical Sciences, Professor and Chairman of Cell Biology, Professor of Chemistry, Yale University New Haven, Conn., USA -and- Randy Schekman Professor of Cell and Developmental Biology, University of California Berkeley; also, Howard Hughes Medical Institute Investigator Berkeley, Ca., USA -- For their research on cellular membrane trafficking. -------------------------------------------------------------------------- Seiji Ogawa Director, Ogawa Laboratories for Brain Function Research, Hamano Life Science Research Foundation Tokyo, Japan -- For his fundamental discoveries leading to functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), which has revolutionized basic research in brain science and diagnosis in clinical medicine. --------------------------------------------------------------------------


    Ernst Fehr
    Professor and Director of the Institute for Empirical Research in
    Economics, University of Zurich
    Zurich, Switzerland


    Matthew J. Rabin
    Edward G. and Nancy S. Jordan Professor of Economics, Department of
    Economics, University of Berkeley
    Berkeley, Calif., USA

      -- For their contributions to behavioral economics, including issues of
         preferences, fairness, and cooperation.

    William D. Nordhaus
    Sterling Professor of Economics, Yale University
    New Haven, Conn., USA


    Martin L. Weitzman
    Professor of Economics, Harvard University

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