Three past Nobel Prize winners were in attendance when Stanford's newest laureate spoke to the press. They share their reflections on a man President John Hennessy calls "a leader in the field that he helped start."
For news and conversation about the award, visit: http://stanford.io/nobel2013
Executive Producer: John Stafford, MA '06
Director of Photography: Aaron Kehoe
Producer: Bjorn Carey
Production Assistant: Ian Terpin
Cinematography: Aaron Kehoe
Edited by: Bjorn Carey and Aaron Kehoe
Tagged under: Nobel Prize (Award),Win,Stanford University (College/University),Nobel Prize In Chemistry (Award Category),University (Ontology Class)
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