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“The code of life is like Beethoven’s Symphony - it’s intricate, it’s beautiful. But we don’t know how to write like that.” In her 2018 Nobel Lecture @francesarnold explained how evolution helped her in the lab. Stay tuned this weekend for this year's Nobel Lectures.
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“We need a progressive capitalism which exploits the benefits of markets while taming their excesses,”said J.Stiglitz,Nobel Prize in Economics,Prof @Columbia who recently gave 2 lectures on inequality & climate change at l'X in the framework @AllianceProg
Happy birthday to Aziz Sancar, who was awarded the 2015 Nobel Prize in Chemistry! The 1986 DNA model was primarily built as a working tool but Dr. Sancar also used it in his lectures to explain his discovery. In 2015, Sancar donated the model to the Nobel Museum in Stockholm.
On 5-6 September, will honour Erwin Schrödinger´s famous lectures named "What is life". At these lectures Schrödinger introduced some of the most important concepts in the history of biology. Six of the speakers at the event are Nobel Laureates:
Today we remember the legendary physicist and Nobel Laureate Richard Feynman who passed away 30 years ago. Known as the 'Great explainer' Feynman's lectures are perhaps the most popular physics books ever written: