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Stanford winners Michael Levitt and Thomas Südhof celebrate Nobel Week

Though more than two months have passed, it seems like only yesterday that we announced Thomas Südhof, MD, and Michael Levitt, PhD, as Nobel winners. Now our heroes are participating in Nobel Week 2013 - a seven-day celebration in Stockholm, Sweden that began last weekend with a series of lectures. Video and slides from the  lectures by Südhof and Levitt are now available here and here, and today's award ceremony can be seen on the Nobel website.

Holly MacCormick is a writing intern in the medical school’s Office of Communication & Public Affairs. She is a graduate student in ecology and evolutionary biology at University of California-Santa Cruz.

Previously: Stanford’s Michael Levitt wins 2013 Nobel Prize in ChemistryNobel winner Michael Levitt’s work animates biological processes, Stanford’s Thomas Südhof wins 2013 Nobel Prize in Medicine and Discussing the brain in Spain: Nobel Laureate Thomas Südhof addresses the media
Photo of Michael Levitt, left, and Thomas Südhof, on campus earlier this fall, by L.A. Cicero/Stanford News Service

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