Faculty members to host annual CWRU Nobel Symposium Feb. 7 to explain winners’ findings

Listen to Case Western Reserve University faculty members discuss accomplishments of the 2012 science Nobel laureates at the annual CWRU Nobel Symposium. The talk—”The 2012 Science Nobel Prizes: What Were They Given For?”—will take place at 4:15 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 7, in Rockefeller Building 301. A reception will follow.

George Dubyak, professor of physiology and biophysics; Paul Tesar, assistant professor of genetics; and Harsh Mathur, associate professor of physics, will lead the discussion.