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Nobel Prize 2017

Brandeis Celebrates Our Nobel Laureates

On Oct. 2, 2017, Michael Rosbash, the Peter Gruber Endowed Chair in Neuroscience and professor of biology, and Jeffrey Hall, professor emeritus of biology, were awarded the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for their discoveries of the molecular mechanisms controlling circadian rhythms, the inner biological clock that regulates almost all life on the planet.

Michael Rosbash receives the Nobel Prize medallion from Swedish King Carl XVI Gustaf

Professors Michael Rosbash and Jeff Hall Honored at Nobel Prize Ceremony

On Dec. 10, 2017, Brandeis' Nobel Laureates received the Nobel Medal and Diploma from King Carl XVI Gustaf in Stockholm, Sweden.

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Highlights From the Life of a Nobel Laureate

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'Wait Wait ... Don't Tell Me!'

Michael Rosbash was a guest on the popular game show in February 2018.

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Throwing Out the First Pitch at Fenway

Rosbash took the field before the April 11, 2018, Red Sox game.

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The Discovery of Nature’s Master Timekeeper

Why do we sleep, wake and eat when we do? The Spring 2018 Brandeis Magazine covered the story of Rosbash and Hall’s breakthroughs.

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Seven Things You Didn’t Know About Winning a Nobel Prize

Rosbash discussed his Nobel journey as part of Brandeis’ inaugural Alumni Weekend in June 2018.

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The Pickup Basketball Game That Led to a Nobel Prize

On NPR's "Only A Game," Michael Rosbash and Jeff Hall recalled how a shared passion for the Red Sox and basketball helped propel their scientific partnership.

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Five Must-Read Books About Science

Looking for a good book? Michael Rosbash shares his suggestions.

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