How some of this year’s Nobel Prize winners reacting to winning the prestigious award – courtesy of New Scientist
"I thought it was some friends, initially. But I don't have friends that have a really good Swedish accent, so then I started believing it"
Brian Kobilka, who works on the chemistry of cell receptors
"If you were to ask me what was the application, I would tell you I don't know"
Quantum physicist Serge Haroche explains how his work is driven by the chance to explore fundamental principles
"I'm fortunate, of course, to survive long enough to have this amazing honour"
John Gurdon reflects on the 50-year interval between his award and the work for which he won it