Sweden's Svante Pääbo wins Nobel prize in remedy for paintings on 

evolution Stockholm — This yr's Nobel Prize in physiology or 

medication has been provided to Swedish scientist Svante Pääbo for his

discoveries on human evolution. Thomas Perlmann, secretary 

of the Nobel Committee, announced the winner Monday on the

Karolinska Institute in Stockholm, Sweden. Paabo, sixty seven

 has spearheaded studies comparing the genome of modern-day people

and our closest extinct loved ones, the Neanderthals and Denisovans, 

displaying that there was mixing among the species.