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Sir Paul Nurse is a Nobel Prize-winning cell biologist and the new President of The Royal Society, the oldest science establishment in the world.
He is a trail-blazing geneticist as well as director of the new Francis Crick Institute, set to be the world's biggest biomedical research centre when it opens in London in 2015.
Join him in conversation with AC Grayling, about the cell cycle, trying to cure cancer and his thoughts for the future of science.
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