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U. is playing with the best, in sports and science

Published October 17, 2013 1:01 am
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In joining the Pac-12, the University of Utah not only joined a powerful sports conference but also a scientific powerhouse.

In the 2013 list of recipients of shared Nobel Prizes in medicine, chemistry and physics, the score is Pac-12 4 (Stanford 2, Cal 1, USC 1), Ivy League 2 (Harvard and Yale one each), rest of the world 2 (England and Belgium, one each).

The U. football team played at the top level of the Pac-12 on Saturday. Can Nobel parity be far behind?

Noel de Nevers

Salt Lake City




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