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Lists of Nobel Prizes and Laureates

Lists of Nobel Prizes and Laureates

The Nomination Database for the
Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, 1901-1953

Year Nominator Nominee(s) Motivation  
1902 Gilkinet Hertwig Refers to motivation by C. Julin (see entry 1902:52). Embryological studies as a means of following human and vertebrate development. Theories on cellular polarity, gastrulation, germination, biogenesis and "mechanics of development", and work on heredity. Show »
1902 Julin Hertwig Embryological studies as a means of following human and vertebrate development. Theories on cellular polarity, gastrulation, germination, biogenesis and "mechanics of development", and work on heredity. Show »
1902 Meyer Rubner
Pflüger
M. Rubner: Work on metabolism, especially recent work on metabolism in children. E. Pflüger: His importance to physiology and in particular, his recent work on fat resorption. Show »
1902 Swaen Hertwig Refers to motivation by C. Julin (see entry 1902:52). Embryological studies as a means of following human and vertebrate development. Theories on cellular polarity, gastrulation, germination, biogenesis and "mechanics of development", and work on heredity. Show »
1902 von Winiwarter Hertwig Refers to motivation by C. Julin (see entry 1902:52). Embryological studies as a means of following human and vertebrate development. Theories on cellular polarity, gastrulation, germination, biogenesis and "mechanics of development", and work on heredity. Show »
1906 Swaen Hertwig Work on embryology. Show »
1908 Müller Bier Work on lumbar anaesthesia. Show »
1908 Mörner Fischer Work on protein chemistry. Show »
1908 Peters Bier Work on lumbar anaesthesia and hyperaemia. Show »
1908 Schuchardt Bier Work on lumbar anaesthesia. Show »
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