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Henry Stewart Talks Nobel Laureates

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We have some exciting news here at Henry Stewart Talks. We are very proud to have 10 Nobel Laureates as speakers with lectures on The Biomedical & Life Sciences Collection. This is something that faculty and students can get excited about.

 

Having 10 Nobel Laureates giving their own lectures and being able to listen as they each explain their work is something wonderfully unique. In the world of digital education, having lectures done by hundreds of speakers, each the top in their field is something to be celebrated. 

 

Nobel Laureates on The Biomedical & Life Sciences Collection (lecture titles hyperlinked to lecture):

 

Prof. Bruce Beutler, Innate immune sensing and response

Prof. Sir Martin Evans, Mouse Embryonic Stem Cells

Prof. Edmond Fischer, Phosphorylase and the origin of reversible protein phosphorylation

Prof. Joachim Frank, Structural insights into aminoacyl-tRNA delivery by EF-Tu and translocation by EF-G

Prof. Jeffrey C. Hall, Cracking the case of circadian rhythms by Drosophila genetics

Prof. Jules Hoffmann, The anti-microbial defense of Drosophila: a paradigm for innate immunity

Prof. Roger Kornberg, Chromatin and Transcription

Prof. Venkatraman Ramakrishnan, Structural insights into decoding of mRNA by the ribosome

Prof. Ralph Steinman, Dendritic cells: linking innate to different forms of adaptive immunity

Prof. Thomas Steitz, The structural basis for how the large ribosomal subunit catalyses peptide bond formation

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