Kary Mullis, quirky Nobel laureate whose DNA discovery changed the science world, dies
Los Angeles Times
Kary Mullis was an unconventional and often controversial Nobel laureate.
Kary Mullis, who shared a Nobel Prize for developing PCR, one of the most important scientific inventions of the 20th century, died last week #NBTNewsBeat
RIP Kary Mullis (1944-2019)—one of the most colorful characters I ever met. At a party he regaled me for hours about his belief in ESP & astrology & his skepticism of global warming & HIV-AIDS. Not sure if he wasn't just provocatively poking the nest.