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This list shows the universities, research institutions or companies Nobel Laureates were affiliated with at the time of the Nobel Prize announcement. Only Nobel Laureates in Physics, Chemistry and Physiology or Medicine, and Laureates in Economic Sciences are shown in the list. A.F. Ioffe Physico-Technical Institute, St. Petersburg, Russia (1) “for developing semiconductor heterostructures used…

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This list shows the Laureates by age at the year of the award. Age 17 (1) “for their struggle against the suppression of children and young people and for the right of all children to education” Age 25 (1) “for their services in the analysis of crystal structure by means of X-rays” Age 31 (4)…

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by Jan Lindsten and Nils Ringertz Introduction “…The whole of my remaining realizable estate shall be dealt with in the following way: The capital shall be invested by my executors in safe securities and shall constitute a fund, the interest on which shall be annually distributed in the form of prizes to those who, during…

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Biographical

This text is adapted from “Leonid Hurwicz’s Game”, by Ann Bauer. Reprinted with permission from the author and Twin Cities Business magazine. Professor Hurwicz says that he is simply a product of his history. He knows from experience how circumstances change when people don’t abide by the rules of the game. “I cannot tell you…

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Nobel Lecture

Nobel Lecture, December 13, 1927 The Treatment of Dementia Paralytica by Malaria Inoculation Two paths could lead to a cure for progressive paralysis: the rational and the empirical. The rational path appeared to be practical, as since Esmarch and Jessen, in 1858, attention had been drawn to a connection between progressive paralysis and syphilis. If…

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Nobel Lecture

Nobel Lecture, December 11, 1913 Anaphylaxis It is not without emotion that I address this assembly on the experiments that have brought me, through the most gracious favour of the , the highest reward that a scientist has the right to hope for. I ask your indulgence in speaking of my own research, as I…

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Banquet speech

Ronald Ross’s speech at the Nobel Banquet in Stockholm, December 10, 1902 Your Royal Highnesses, grefve Mörner and gentlemen, I beg to thank you for the very great honour you have done me in drinking to my health this evening; and you, Professor Mörner, for the eloquent and flattering terms in which you proposed the…

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Nobel Lecture

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Nobel Lecture

German Kunst, Wahrheit & Politik 1958 schrieb ich folgendes: „Es gibt keine klaren Unterschiede zwischen dem, was wirklich und dem was unwirklich ist, genauso wenig wie zwischen dem, was wahr und dem was unwahr ist. Etwas ist nicht unbedingt entweder wahr oder unwahr; es kann beides sein, wahr und unwahr.“ Ich halte diese Behauptungen immer…

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Curriculum Vitae

(in German) 1927: Günter Grass wurde am 16. Oktober als Sohn eines Kolonialwarenhändlers geboren. 1933-44: Besuch der Volksschule und des Gymnasiums in Danzig. 1944-45: Luftwaffenhelfer und Soldat. Verwundung bei Cottbus, Lazarettaufenthalt in Marienbad und amerikanische Kriegsgefangenschaft in Bayern. 1946: Entlassung aus der Kriegsgefangenschaft, danach Landarbeiter und Arbeiter in einem Kalibergwerk bei Hildesheim. ab 1947: Steinmetzlehre…

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