Nobel Prize has dental industry connection

January 2008
Proofs;Jan2008, Vol. 91 Issue 1, p75
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The article features Roger Myerson, a professor at the University of Chicago in Illinois. Myerson, a winner of the Nobel Prize for economics, is the grandson of Simon Myerson, founder of Myerson LLC, a company celebrating its 90th anniversary in 2008. His father, Richard Myerson, served as Myerson's director of research and development and invented the Durablend formula. It states the professor also worked at the company for a short time while attending school.


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