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  1. David Kroll
    Oct 12 - 8:23 am

    Carmen, what a lovely angle to take on this story (and thanks for using my pictures). All of us do indeed have two families. Some of the most important people in my life, period, are folks I trained with at various places. Bob Lefkowitz is particularly lab family-oriented – his people love him and that atmosphere was palpable on Wednesday. And at the press conference, both Duke’s president and the dean of the med school remarked on Bob’s tremendous talent as a mentor.

    I’m so glad that you scored this interview with Cheryl. We learn so much about a person from talking with their offspring. You took a clever approach with this lovely story by observing the sociology of the laboratory. Thanks so much for putting this up!

  2. Neelima Dubey
    Oct 19 - 12:39 am

    Hearty congratulations to The Nobel Prize winners. Being a resercher in chemistry, I can guess the hardwork and dedication of the winners.May God bless them with healthy life and lots n lots of achievments and successes.

  3. JV White
    May 17 - 3:14 am

    Congratulations also to all the winners. Their families are proud since they have won the rare Nobel Prize award. Wish them more success for their family and God Bless.

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