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What Would You Ask a Nobel Laureate?

Your burning science questions could be answered! Find out how.. and hurry! Deadline is approaching.


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Robert Tsien at the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting.

If you could ask a Nobel Laureate ANY science question, what would it be?

It may be tough to think of only one.

The 60th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting is in our midst, and the journal Nature, along with 61 Nobel Laureates are giving you the chance to ask your most burning science questions.

All questions are submitted online and the chosen questions (as determined by public votes) are answered and published in Nature this October.

Hurry, though, because the deadline for voting and question submission is almost here! Click the first link below for contest details.

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Molly Plunkett

is a journalism student at Indiana University and an online producer for A Moment of Science. She is originally from Wheaton, IL.

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