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King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden presented USC’s Arieh Warshel and two colleagues with the 2013 Nobel Prize for Chemistry at a white-tie ceremony in Stockholm.
It began with an off-the-cuff remark. When enrolling at Technion, the Israel Institute of Technology in Haifa, Arieh Warshel asked his friend Eliezer Finkman what he should study.
Arieh Warshel, Distinguished Professor of Chemistry at USC Dornsife and fellow of the National Academy of Sciences, has earned a new title: Nobel laureate.
A sampling of coverage from national and international news publications and reactions from social media.
When Tami Warshel was awoken by a 2 a.m. phone call Oct. 9, she knew her husband, USC Professor Arieh Warshel, had won the 2013 Nobel Prize in chemistry.
President C. L. Max Nikias congratulates Arieh Warshel at a USC-hosted press conference on Oct. 9 at Town & Gown.
Well-wishes on Twitter and other news about Professor Warshel’s big win
Arieh Warshel describes his research in a 2009 video.
Nobel laureate Arieh Warshel speaks with Adam Smith from Nobelprize.org, the official website of the Nobel Prize.
The prize was announced by Staffan Normark, permanent secretary of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences located in Stockholm.
In 1963, a burning question kept invading the mind of a young kibbutznik studying chemistry at the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology in Haifa.
Researchers at USC have built a theoretical working model of the cellular engine that powers all life.
Arieh Warshel, a pioneer in the field of computational biophysics and USC College veteran of more than 30 years, has been elected to the National Academy of Sciences.