A Talk with an Israeli Nobel Laureate

This week’s Israeli You Should Know is Professor Aaron Ciechanover, who won the Nobel Prize for Chemistry in 2004. In this video brought to us by Israel’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, we meet this Israeli whose work has saved thousands upon thousands of lives, and done much to better health, farming, and our world.

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