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Father and son:
William Bragg - Lawrence Bragg
Niels Bohr - Aage N. Bohr
Hans von Euler-Chelpin - Ulf von Euler
Arthur Kornberg - Roger D. Kornberg
Manne Siegbahn - Kai M. Siegbahn
J. J. Thomson - George Paget Thomson
Father and daughter:
Pierre Curie - Irène Joliot-Curie
Mother and daughter:
Marie Curie - Irène Joliot-Curie
Marie Curie - Pierre Curie
Irène Joliot-Curie - Frédéric Joliot
Gerty Cori - Carl Cori
May-Britt Moser - Edvard I. Moser
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Leonid Hurwicz was 90 years old when he was awarded the Prize in Economic Sciences in 2007, and therefore the oldest Laureate ever.
A Laureate is a person honored for high achievement in a particular field. A Nobel Laureate is someone who is awarded the Nobel Prize.
The word "Laureate" refers to being signified by the laurel wreath. In Greek mythology, the god Apollo is represented wearing a laurel wreath on his head, a circular crown made of branches and leaves of the bay laurel (In Latin: Laurus nobilis). In ancient Greek laurel wreaths were awarded to victors as a sign of honour - both in athletic competitions and in poetic meets.
See the list of All Nobel Prizes.
You can search in the Fields list for Medicine Laureates. It is based on the prize motivations. Medicine Laureates: Fields
All Nobel Laureates are presented with a biography, autobiography or a CV in the Nobel Laureates section of each Nobel Prize category. See, for example, Alan G. MacDiarmid – Autobiography
The autobiographies and biographies were written at the time of the award, either by the Nobel Laureate herself/himself or by an editor, and published in the annually year book series Les Prix Nobel. They were later republished in the book series Nobel Lectures, sometimes updated by an editor. The Nobel Laureates themselves can update their material with an addendum.
This list shows the universities, research institutions or companies Nobel Laureates were affiliated with at the time of the Nobel Prize announcement.
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List of All Nobel Prizes and Nobel Laureate
List of Nobel Prize awarded women
List of Nobel Prize awarded organizations
Nobel Laureates in Physics
Nobel Laureates in Chemistry
Nobel Laureates in Physiology or Medicine
Nobel Laureates in Literature
Nobel Peace Prize Laureates
Laureates in Economic Sciences
List of Nobel Laureates and Research Affiliations
Marie Curie received the 1903 Nobel Prize in Physics, and the 1911 Nobel Prize in Chemistry;
John Bardeen received the 1956 and the 1972 Nobel Prize in Physics;
Frederick Sanger received the 1958 and the 1980 Nobel Prize in Chemistry;
Comité International de la Croix Rouge received the 1917, 1944 and 1963 Nobel Peace Prize;
Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees received the 1954 and the 1981 Nobel Peace Prize;
Linus Pauling received the 1954 Nobel Prize in Chemistry and the 1962 Nobel Peace Prize.
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To date, the youngest Nobel Peace Prize Laureate is Malala Yousafzai, who was 17 years old when awarded the 2014 Peace Prize.
The awarding of the Nobel Prizes is not a competition or lottery, and therefore there are no winners or losers. Nobel Laureates receive the Nobel Prize in recognition of their achievements in physics, chemistry, physiology or medicine, literature, or peace.
Individual persons connected to or working for a Nobel Prize awarded organization can not in any way describe him or herself personally as a Nobel Laureate.
Yes, see the list of Nobel Prize Awarded Women
Nobelprize.org doesn't provide such a list. You can use the search function Create a list, and search for Nobel Laureates' countries of birth.
No, no Nobel Laureate has been awarded a Nobel Prize in both Chemistry, Physics and Physiology or Medicine so far.