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CWRU Nobel Symposium

Three Case Western Reserve University faculty will describe the accomplishments of the 2016 Nobel laureates in science at the CWRU Nobel Symposium Thursday, Feb. 9, from 4 to 6 p.m. in Rockefeller Building, Room 301.

Faculty members will give talks on the following subjects:

  • Physics: Harsh Mathur, professor of physics;
  • Chemistry: Mike Hinczewski, assistant professor of physics; and
  • Physiology or medicine: Alan Tartakoff, professor of pathology.

A reception will follow the three short talks.

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