Nothing more fun than making discoveries

"Nothing more fun than making discoveries in nature and then seeing them used for the public good "

Listen to the NPR interview with enthusiastic Professor Emeritus Murray Gardener.

He describes recent UCDavis symposium with 2011 Nobel Laureates Bruce Beutler and Jules Hoffman

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