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Bram Sable-Smith Dec 10
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Mizzou Dec 10
That’s a fantastic looking prize!
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Mizzou Dec 10
Dr. George Smith just arrived at the banquet with Crown Princess Victoria as his escort.
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Mizzou Dec 10
[From ] Dr. George Smith is known for being humble about his award. But don't worry -- he says he's not giving it back. 😉
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Alex Sable-Smith, MD Dec 10
I'm so proud of my dad for his brilliance and humanity. Such a special day
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J. Chris Pires Dec 10
That is it - George Smith getting in ! We are so proud - and we know George is loving the music 🎶 now as he adores and
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Pam Brown Dec 10
It isn't easy to summarize the impact that Dr. Smith has had on the research in my lab! He is always just a call or text away (well, not this week!). We are so excited for George! The big moment is coming up now.
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Matthew Judy Dec 10
Applause breaks out as Smith accepts his award.
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Rudi Keller Dec 10
Applause as George Smith receives
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Riddhi Andurkar Dec 10
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The Nobel Prize in chemistry is jointly presented to George Smith, Frances Arnold and Gregory Winter.
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J. Chris Pires Dec 10
Now - describing winners ! All three used to identify and develop novel compounds - Francis Arnold, George Smith and Gregory Winter !
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J. Chris Pires Dec 10
Lots of us watching in the ; many more and at - introducing now to George Smith and two colleagues!
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MizzouBiology Dec 10
Watching Dr. Smith receive the in Chemistry in 111 Tucker Hall. If you can't make the watch party, use the link below.
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Mizzou Alumni 🐯 Dec 10
We’re minutes away from Dr. Smith receiving his award! Tune in live to the ceremony in Sweden!
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Latha Ramchand Dec 10
What an exciting day here watch party celebrates an amazing story of outstanding research, passionate teaching and a humility that Prof George Smith embodies
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Hedieh Attai Dec 10
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Mizzou Admissions Dec 10
Mizzou students and staff have gathered in The Shack to watch Dr. Smith receive his Nobel Prize!
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DC Mizzou Alumni Dec 10
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Pam Brown Dec 10
share the impact that Dr. Smith has had on them as researchers and students!
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Latha Ramchand Dec 10
Thank you students Michelle, Wanda and Hedieh for sharing your views on Prof Smith who inspired you to become better researchers and teachers
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