DURHAM, N.C. — Three former Nobel Prize winners highlight the program for the 75th Science Symposium at Duke University on Monday and Tuesday.

Ten other scientists also are scheduled to participate in the event, which will focus on potential scientific discoveries and how those could change the practice of medicine.

The former Nobel winners include Paul Nurse, who shared the 2001 prize in physiology or medicine for research into regulation of the cell cycle; Linda Buck, who shared the 2004 award in physiology or medicine for discoveries about the sense of smell; and Joseph Goldstein, who won the 1985 prize in physiology or medicine for research into cholesterol metabolism.

For additional information, see: science.medschoolduke.edu