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December 30, 1930: English Molecular Biologist Kenneth Murray Was Born

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Kenneth Murray (December 30, 1930 – April 7, 2013) was an English molecular biologist and the Professor of Molecular Biology at the University of Edinburgh. Murray was one of the founders of biotechnology company Biogen. The team of Kenneth Murray was the first team developed the vaccine against hepatitis B, the first vaccine made using genetic engineering. Murray was also founder and Chairman of the Darwin Trust of Edinburgh, a charity supporting young biologists in their doctoral studies.

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