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Nobel Thoughts: JEROME FRIEDMAN
Profound Insights of the Laureates
Jerome Friedman is the William A. Coolidge Professor of Physics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. In 1990, he was awarded the Nobel Prize in physics. We spoke his office in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
QUESTION: What do you look for when shopping for a lab coat?
Since I've never owned a lab coat, I've never had to develop any criteria.
QUESTION: Are there times when it's important to wear a tweed jacket?
Yes. All the time in Cambridge.
QUESTION: What is your attitude about wearing sneakers at work?
I've never really thought about it. I always wear shoes.
QUESTION: Do you have any advice for young people who are entering the field?
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