Annual Meeting Recorded Sessions - Public

How curiosity-driven research can lead to the Nobel Prize 

Dr. Marshall's lecture will explain the ways in which curiosity-driven research can lead to outstanding new discoveries and paradigm shifts in science, taking examples from the Nobel Prizes. His favorite Nobel Laureates - Albert Einstein, Kary Mullis, Watson and Crick - are all excellent examples of how discoveries can be made outside the laboratory with a little infrastructure in a relatively short time. The discovery of Helicobacter pylori, yet another more recent example of curiosity-driven research, has led to benefits for millions of people and potentially billions more in the 21st century.

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