WENDELL STANLEY shared the 1946 Nobel Prize in chemistry for contributions to the preparation of enzymes and virus proteins in pure form. Stanley received two University of Illinois degrees: a Master of Science and a PhD in chemistry
A knowledge resource to understand virus diversity
French scientists have found what they believe to be the world's biggest virus. Dubbed Pandoravirus, it is up to ten times the size of other viruses and only six per cent of its genes resemble anything else on Earth.