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Interview with Rudolph Marcus (33 minutes)

Interview with Professor Rudolph Marcus by Professor Sture Forsén at the meeting of Nobel Laureates in Lindau, Germany, on 26 June 2000. Rudolph Marcus talks about his family background, encouragement to study, and interest in mathematics; the time after McGill University: theoretical research (9:02); teaching at the Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn, Caltech and the research on electron-transfer reactions (20:44); comments on the HUGO project and the future of biochemistry (28:29).Copyright © Nobel Web AB 2000

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