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Interview with Günter Blobel (16 minutes)

Interview with Professor Günter Blobel by Professor Jan Lindsten, Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, and Fatima Moumén, student, 12 December 1999. Professor Blobel talks about the necessity of inspiring teachers; the importance of mentorship (1:49); his move from Germany to the USA and the Rockefeller University (2:52); new opportunities in medical research (5:31); different aspects of his discovery (7:31); the driving forces behind his work (13:49); and consequences of receiving the Nobel Prize (14:50).Copyright © Nobel Web AB 1999

The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 1999    

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