125 years ago, Swedish inventor Alfred Nobel established the Nobel Prize for contributions in Physics, Chemistry, Medicine and Peace that have made the greatest benefit to humankind. Today, we replay a broadcast with two women scientists with ties to Hawaii who received the prestigious award.
Biochemist Jennifer Doudna is a genome editing pioneer. She is a University of California Berkeley professor and Hilo High graduate. She is a co-winer of this year's Nobel Prize in Chemistry for her work with what's known as CRISPR technology.