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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.
That will require many hours of conversation at the local diner's corner booth between Uncle Bobby, the Nobelists, and government policymakers, in hundreds of municipalities along the nation's coasts.
Nobelists in Science With Canadian Roots and Connections (Expanded Version of Table 2 in Reference [1]) Name Field/Year J.
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.
Joining Becker and Hansen on the committee are Nobelists James Heckman, the Henry Schultz Distinguished Service Professor in Economics, and Robert Lucas Jr.
The Chemistry Nobelists Name Award Field Year Ernest Rutherford Disintegration of elements and chemistry 1908 of radioactive substances Marie Curie Discovery of radium and 1911 polonium Frederick Soddy Chemistry of radioactive 1921 substances and origin and nature of isotopes Francis Aston Discovery of isotopes of 1922 many elements by mass spectroscopy Harold Urey Discovery of heavy 1934 hydrogen Frederic Joliot & Synthesis of new radio- 1935 Irene Joliot-Curie active elements George de Hevesy Isotopes as tracers in 1943 chemical research Otto Hahn Discovery of atomic 1944 fission Glenn Seaborg & Discoveries of 1951 Edwin McMillan transuranium elements Willard Libby Development of radiocarbon dating 1960
Last week, 25 Nobelists in physics and the presidents of 18 research societies petitioned Congress to preserve NIST as a "national treasure" and a "crucial component of the nation's long-term basic research.
The influence of Friedman's work was felt again this year when Edmund Phelps was announced as the 2006 Nobel Prize winner in economics for a theory the two Nobelists developed in the 1960s regarding unemployment and inflation.
In Competition & Cooperation: Conversations with Nobelists about Economics and Political Science, edited by James E.
Nobelists, university chiefs, scholars will probe future of knowledge and encyclopedias
Many, including two Nobelists, have been distinguished by international awards.