Biochemist Frederick Sanger, awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1958 and 1980, died on 19 November at the age of 95. At the 1980 Nobel Banquet he said: When I was here 22 years ago I addressed the students of 1958 as “fellow students” because although I was 40 years old I still felt that I was one of them, and I still feel the same today.”