1998 Nobel Prize Winners

Guests: Ferid Murad 1998 Nobel Laureate in Physiology or Medicine Professor and Chairman, Department of Integrative Biology, Pharmacology, and Physiology University of Texas Houston Medical School Houston, Texas John Pople 1998 Nobel Laureate in Chemistry Board of Trustees Professor of Chemistry Northwestern University Evanston, Illinois Horst Stormer 1998 Nobel Laureate in Physics Professor, Physics and Applied Physics Columbia University Adjunct Physics Director Lucent Technologies'' Bell Labs Murray Hill, New Jersey This week, the 1998 Nobel Prizes were announced. This year''s winners made contributions in the field of quantum mechanics and to our understanding of how signals are transmitted in the cardiovascular system. In this hour, we''ll talk with three of the winners about their scientific achievements and what it feels like to win.

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