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Columbia Aging Center Director and President of ILC-USA, Ursula Staudinger, will deliver a plenary speech “Change and Growth – a Paradox?” at the Nobel Week Dialogue in Stockholm.

Columbia Aging Center Director and President of ILC-USA, Ursula Staudinger, will deliver a plenary speech “Change and Growth – a Paradox?” at the Nobel Week Dialogue in Stockholm on 9th December 2014, the eve of the presentation of the 2014 Nobel Prizes.

A day-long series of panels devoted to the topic of aging will provide new scientific and cultural perspectives on societies of longer lives. This Nobel Week Dialogue convenes distinguished participants from a range of disciplines including past Nobelists Elizabeth Blackburn, Aaron Ciechanover, Eric Kandel, Eric Maskin, Daniel McFadden, and Craig Mello.

For information about the December 9th event, please click here.

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