SSM Students on Cutting-Edge of Science at 51st Nobel Conference

October 07, 2015


SSM students discuss science-based topics with Nobel laureates.

St. Peter, MN– Students from the BioScience Center of Excellence and The Major attended the 51st Nobel Conference on Tuesday afternoon at Gustavus Adolphus College.

The Nobel Conference began in 1963 and aims to bring cutting-edge science issues to its audience and engage them in a discussion of the moral and societal impact of these issues. Among the topics discussed this year were memory and age related memory disorders, molecular basis for the gateway hypothesis, and prescription drug misuse from a sociological perspective.

  • Laine Langenbrunner ’16 and Stuart Johnson ’16 at the 51st Nobel Conference.