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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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This is the outcome that looms behind the rationality of tool kits, Webinars, conferences, and expectations by Nobelists that facts alone can change behavior in time to avoid the worst.
Here is another: recently, 1,500 of the leading scientists around the world, including a majority of the living Nobelists, issued a warning to the world on these most pressing issues of population and environment.
For an examination of the most visceral drives of an eminent physicist and the intriguing hostility between two Nobelists, Ervin Schrodinger and Werner Heisenberg, see Walter Moore, Schrodinger (New York: Cambridge University Press, 1989).
Only one of the three Nobelists who made deposits to the bank ever acknowledged his involvement: William Shockley, winner of the 1956 prize in physics, whom Plotz describes as a confirmed racist whose lack of business acumen ultimately overshadowed his scientific successes.
One might have expected that the topic under discussion would be writing and literature, but the Nobelists soon turned to politics.
Well-known Nobelists such as Francis Crick and Gerald Edelman have dedicated decades of their lives to the effort, and philosophers including Daniel Dennett and David Chalmers have tried to make sense of the new developments.
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The idea was seconded by the Italian chapter of the Worldwide Fund for Nature and various luminaries including Nobelists Franco Modigliani, the economist, and Dario Fo, the radical playwright.
Others, such as Nobelists James Tobin and Robert Solow, have long been defenders of counter-cyclical public spending for economic stimulus.
Of the three Nobelists represented here, Brodsky does the most to enrich the reading of Frost's poetry, because he takes one short poem and one long poem as his texts and produces interpretations that increase the reader's sense of their subtlety and artistry.
It could have hired trailblazing researchers such as Herbert Boyer, Stanley Cohen, or future Nobelist Paul Berg to promote recombinant DNA research and innovators such as future Nobelists Frederick Sanger or Walter Gilbert to foster DNA sequencing technology.
Five Market-Friendly Nobelists: Friedman, Stigler, Buchanan, Coase, and Becker.