BOISE, Idaho, Sha'ban 9, 1436, May 27, 2015, SPA -- A retired experimental physicist has put up his 1988 Nobel Prize
for auction, and the minimum bid is $325,000, according to AP.
From China, with both the lowest average chocolate consumption and lowest number of Nobel Prizes
per capita, to Switzerland, which was highest on both measures, almost every nation's Nobel success seemed to be predicted by its chocolate-eating habits.
Day-long celebration honors Bell Labs' Nobel Prize
winners and provides insight on how the Murray Hill research facility continues to explore and advance the future of connectivity and communications
CTR WILSON CHARLES Thomson Rees Wilson, a physician and meteorologist, received the Nobel Prize
in Physics in 1927 for his invention of the cloud chamber.
We should be proud of one of ours has got the Nobel Prize
Writers Thomas Hardy, Bertolt Brecht, Anton Chekhov, Leo Tolstoy, Henrik Ibsen, Virginia Woolfe and Mark Twain were all nominated for the Nobel Prize
for Literature - but none of them won.
At the onset of World War I, and although she despised war, Curie donated she and her late husband's Nobel Prize
medals to the French war effort (Pierre had died an untimely death in 1906).
As Alex Alonso, who runs a Web site on street gangs, told the Los Angeles Times in November, ``The Nobel Prize
nominations really catapulted his name into the media.
The awards are presented by winners of genuine Nobel Prizes
, which just goes to show that academics have a sense of humour.
The five Nobel Prizes
and the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economics also have very different audiences.
When Ronald Coase was awarded the Nobel prize
for economics in 1991, many in the profession were stunned.
in the sciences have been awarded for achievements in physics, chemistry, and physiology or medicine.