New York-born biologist who studied embryonic advancement in marine organisms. He’s especially kept in mind for researching the consequences of messenger RNA on embryonic differentiation. He researched chemistry at NY University and continued to get a PhD in biology through the California Institute of Technology. During his loss of life, he was learning the mobile biology of ocean urchin eggs. He was raised in NEW YORK and later shifted to Pasadena, California. He and Japanese scientist Osamu Shimomura both got careers as sea biologists.