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New Royal Society headlinkurl:Paul Nurse,;http://www.rockefeller.edu/research/faculty/abstract.php?id=316 Nobel Prize-winning cell biologist and president of Rockefeller University in New York City since 2003, has been linkurl:nominated;http://royalsociety.org/Sir-Paul-Nurse-nominated-as-next-President-of-the-Royal-Society/ by the Council of the Royal Society to lead the Royal Society in London. Following a vote of the Society's Fellows, the appointment will be confirmed in July. Paul NurseIma

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New Royal Society head
linkurl:Paul Nurse,;http://www.rockefeller.edu/research/faculty/abstract.php?id=316 Nobel Prize-winning cell biologist and president of Rockefeller University in New York City since 2003, has been linkurl:nominated;http://royalsociety.org/Sir-Paul-Nurse-nominated-as-next-President-of-the-Royal-Society/ by the Council of the Royal Society to lead the Royal Society in London. Following a vote of the Society's Fellows, the appointment will be confirmed in July.
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