1999 Nobel Prize Winners

This week, a fall ritual took place: the awarding of the Nobel Prizes. This year's winners studied how proteins are transported inside cells, watched atoms move during fast chemical reactions, and firmed up the math behind particle physics. Join us in this hour for your chance to talk with some of this year's winners. Guests: Ahmed Zewail 1999 Nobel Laureate in Chemistry Linus Pauling Chair of Chemical Physics California Institute of Technology Pasadena, California Gunter Blobel 1999 Nobel Laureate in Physiology or Medicine John D Rockefeller, Jr. Professor Investigator, Howard Hughes Medical Institute The Rockefeller University New York, New York Steven Weinberg 1979 Nobel Laureate in Physics Professor, Department of Physics University of Texas Austin, Texas

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