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Nobelist

Nobel laureate A person whose seminal thought and work in a particular area of human endeavor has been recognized by the Nobel Prize committee of the Swedish Academy. See Matthew effect, Nobel Prize.
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The list of authors includes an impressive number of Italy's leading intellectuals, right down to Nobelist Dario Fo, who with Franca Rame has written and performed a withering, surrealist theater piece about the prime minister, L'Anomalo bicefalo ("the two-headed anomaly").
Isidor Rabi, a Nobelist in Physics in 1944, wrote congratulating him and telling him: "The Nobel Prize brings with it many problems and you may as well enjoy it before the avalanche descends on you and interferes with your proper work.
The research at Carlsson Research is led by the Swedish Nobelist Arvid Carlsson.
Steiner introduced Iris to the charismatic, manipulative Elias Canetti, author of Crowds and Power (1962) and eventual Nobelist.
An Austrian zoologist and Nobelist famous for his observations of animal behavior, Lorenz discovered that ducklings have a "critical period" for maternal attachment.
Remember the wise words of Egyptian Nobelist Naguib Mahfouz (Echoes of an Autobiography): "When will the state of the country be sound?
Laboratory managers will be particularly intrigued by Chapter 3, which recounts how Nobelist Irving Langmuir, while at the GE Research Labs in the 1920s, investigated and subsequently exposed several of what he came to call "pathological science" (see Research * Technology Management, Sept.
Katz (a distinguished Duke pediatrician) and Nobelist John Enders, inter alia.
Clive Brittain, who scored with Crimplene in Sunday's Irish 1000 Guineas, struck again when Nobelist won the Zetland Gold Cup at Redcar.
In Davies's view life is probably common in the universe, thus echoing Nobelist Christian de Duve's 1995 book, Vital Dust: Life as a Cosmic Imperative.
Dictator Kim II Sung is absent, as is Burt Lancaster and Nobelist Linus Pauling.
For example, Isidor Isaac Rabi, the physics Nobelist, appears to argue in a sense (though unconvincingly in my view) that art is the antithesis of science as if thinking and feeling, and truth and beauty, can be easily separated or even distinguished.