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The day in the life of a (new) Nobel winner

It's been a week since Michael Levitt, PhD, won the 2013 Nobel Prize in Chemistry. In the video above - a continuation of one we shared last week - videographer Mark Hanlon perfectly captures the joys (and rigors) of a day Levitt will never forget. My favorite line (which Levitt playfully directed towards Stanford President John Hennessy, PhD)?  "See what computer programmers can do?"And though I was there, I still get chills watching Levitt enter the press conference at the 3:40 mark.

Previously: But is it news? How the Nobel Prize transformed “noteworthy” into “newsworthy”, Nobel Laureate Michael Levitt at press conference: “Science is a passion”, No average morning for Nobel winner Michael Levitt and Stanford’s Michael Levitt wins 2013 Nobel Prize in chemistry

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