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A husband-and-wife team of biologists from Princeton University are among the winners of this year’s Kyoto Prizes for their decades of research on evolution in the Galapagos Islands and will share an award of $515,000.

Peter and Rosemary Grant were awarded the prize in biological sciences for conducting more than 35 years of field work on the response of organisms to environmental change, the prize foundation said Friday.

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