CLASSICAL GAS --
Nobel Thoughts: STANLEY COHEN
Profound Insights of the Laureates
Stanley Cohen is Distinguished Professor of Biochemistry at Vanderbilt University Medical School. In 1986, he and Rita Levi-Montalcini were jointly awarded the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine. He spoke, via telephone, from his office in Nashville, Tennessee.
QUESTION: Do you get better ideas while taking a bath or while taking a shower?
I haven't taken a bath in years. I only take showers.
QUESTION: What's the best length of time to stay in the shower?
QUESTION: How warm should the water be?
I personally like to take hot showers.
QUESTION: Do you have any advice for young people who are entering the field?
Yes. Work hard and be lucky.
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