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Among the recipients of the Nobel Prize for Literature more than half are practically unknown to readers of English.
While `` better late than never '' may have certain merits, the posthumous award of the Nobel Prize for Peace to the late Dag Hammarskjold strikes me as less than a satisfactory expression of appreciation.
Dr. Linus Pauling, a Nobel Prize winner in chemistry, has been less ambiguous, whether you choose to agree with him or not.
Last week Chicago happily found its top scholar in Caltech's acting dean of the faculty: dynamic Geneticist George Wells Beadle, 57, who shared the 1958 Nobel Prize in medicine and physiology for discovering how genes affect heredity by controlling cell chemistry ( Time, Cover, July 14, 1958 ).
Robert Hillyer, the poet, writes in his introduction to this brief animal fable that Mr. Burman ought to win a Nobel Prize for the Catfish Bend series.
This has caused much controversy whether the Bank of Sweden Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel is actually a " Nobel Prize "
* The Nobel Prize in Postage Stamps
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Camus was awarded the 1957 Nobel Prize for Literature " for his important literary production, which with clear-sighted earnestness illuminates the problems of the human conscience in our times ".< ref >
* 1884 Otto Meyerhof, German physician and biochemist, Nobel Prize laureate ( d. 1951 )
* 1865 Charles G. Dawes, American general and politician, 30th Vice President of the United States, Nobel Prize laureate ( d. 1951 )
* 1874 Carl Bosch, German chemist and engineer, Nobel Prize laureate ( d. 1940 )
* 1915 Norman Foster Ramsey, Jr., American physicist, Nobel Prize laureate ( d. 2011 )
* 1881 Alexander Fleming, Scottish scientist, Nobel Prize laureate ( d. 1955 )
* 1911 William Alfred Fowler, American physicist, Nobel Prize laureate ( d. 1996 )
He received the 1952 Nobel Peace Prize for his philosophy of " Reverence for Life ", expressed in many ways, but most famously in founding and sustaining the Albert Schweitzer Hospital in Lambaréné, now in Gabon, west central Africa ( then French Equatorial Africa ).
Alexis Carrel ( June 28, 1873 November 5, 1944 ) was a French surgeon and biologist who was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1912 for pioneering vascular suturing techniques.
While there he collaborated with American physician Charles Claude Guthrie in work on vascular suture and the transplantation of blood vessels and organs as well as the head, and Carrel was awarded the 1912 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for these efforts.
" He had great success in reconnecting arteries and veins, and performing surgical grafts, and this led to his Nobel Prize in 1912 .< ref name = simmons >
* 1872 Richard Willstätter, German chemist, Nobel Prize Laureate ( d. 1942 )
* 1912 Salvador Luria, Italian-American microbiologist, Nobel Prize laureate ( d. 1991 )
* 1918 Frederick Sanger, English chemist, Nobel Prize laureate

Nobel and Award
Among these have been many writers, artists and musicians ; these include Pulitzer Prize-winning and Nobel Laureate Saul Bellow, Andrei Bely, Joseph Beuys, Owen Barfield, Wassily Kandinsky, Nobel Laureates Selma Lagerlöf and Albert Schweitzer, Andrei Tarkovsky, Bruno Walter, and Right Livelihood Award winner Ibrahim Abouleish.
He won the Félix Houphouët-Boigny Peace Prize in 1991, the Prince of Asturias Award in 1992 and the Nobel Peace Prize in 1993 along with Nelson Mandela for his role in the ending of apartheid.
These include: In 1959 he became a fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences ; in 1967 he was elected to the National Academy of Sciences ; the ACM's Turing Award for making " basic contributions to artificial intelligence, the psychology of human cognition, and list processing " ( 1975 ); the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economics " for his pioneering research into the decision-making process within economic organizations " ( 1978 ); the National Medal of Science ( 1986 ); and the APA's Award for Outstanding Lifetime Contributions to Psychology ( 1993 ).
He won the Australian of the Year Award in 1963, the same year he won the Nobel Prize.
* Christiane Nüsslein-Volhard ( born 1942 ), German biologist, won the Albert Lasker Award for Basic Medical Research in 1991 and the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1995
In 2001, Crowe's portrayal of mathematician and Nobel Prize winner John F. Nash in the biopic A Beautiful Mind brought him numerous awards, including an BAFTA Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role, a Golden Globe Award for Best Actor category Motion Picture Drama and a Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Leading Role.
Stanford has been affiliated with over 50 Nobel laureates, as well as 19 recipients ( 22 if visiting professors and consulting professors included ) of the Turing Award, the so-called " Nobel Prize in computer science ", comprising one third of the awards given in its 44-year history.
The Turing Award is recognized as the " highest distinction in Computer science " and " Nobel Prize of computing ".
While Kirkwood's tombstone has a long list of awards and positions, including the American Chemical Society Award in Pure Chemistry, the Richards Medal, and the Lewis Award, Onsager's tombstone, in its original form, simply said " Nobel Laureate.
In 1994, she received the Right Livelihood Award ( also known as the Alternative Nobel Prize ), "... For her commitment to justice, non-violence and understanding of minorities as well as her love and caring for nature.
Kelly received the Right Livelihood Award ( also known as the Alternative Nobel Prize ) in 1982 "... for forging and implementing a new vision uniting ecological concerns with disarmament, social justice, and human rights.
* 1982: Right Livelihood Award ( a. k. a. " Alternative Nobel Prize ")
The Right Livelihood Award, also referred to as the " Alternative Nobel Prize ", is a prestigious international award to honour those " working on practical and exemplary solutions to the most urgent challenges facing the world today ".
In 1988, Fukuoka received Visva-Bharati University's Desikottam Award as well as the Ramon Magsaysay Award for Public Service in the Philippines, often considered " Asia's Nobel Prize ".
In 1993, Vandana received the Right Livelihood Award ( also known as the ' Alternative Nobel Prize ') "... For placing women and ecology at the heart of modern development discourse.
* 1993: " Right Livelihood Award " ( Alternative Nobel Prize ) for pioneering insights into the social and environmental costs of the dominant development process, and her ability to work with and for local people and communities in the articulation and implementation of alternatives.

Nobel and Ceremonies
* Keynoted the 1998 Ig Nobel Ceremonies at Harvard, and accepted the Award in Science Education for an absent Dolores Krieger, who " could not or would not attend " herself.

Nobel and
Alfred Bernhard Nobel ( äl ' fred bern ' härd nōbel ') () ( 21 October 1833 10 December 1896 ) was a Swedish chemist, engineer, innovator, and armaments manufacturer.
Born in Stockholm, Alfred Nobel was the fourth son of Immanuel Nobel ( 1801 1872 ), an inventor and engineer, and Andriette Ahlsell Nobel ( 1805 1889 ).
Through his father, Alfred Nobel was a descendant of the Swedish scientist Olaus Rudbeck ( 1630 1702 ), and in his turn the boy was interested in engineering, particularly explosives, learning the basic principles from his father at a young age.
For 18 months, during 1841 1842, Nobel went to the only school he ever attended as a child, the Jacobs Apologistic School in Stockholm.
In 1859, Nobel's father left his factory in the care of the second son, Ludvig Nobel ( 1831 1888 ), who greatly improved the business.
* Evlanoff, M. and Fluor, M. Alfred Nobel The Loneliest Millionaire.
* Alfred Nobel Man behind the Prizes
* 1911 Feodor Felix Konrad Lynen, German biochemist, Nobel laureate ( d. 1979 )
* 1920 Edmond H. Fischer, Swiss-American biochemist, Nobel laureate
* 1928 James D. Watson, American geneticist, Nobel laureate
* 1949 Horst Ludwig Störmer, German physicist, Nobel laureate
* 1901 Simon Kuznets, Ukrainian economist, Nobel laureate ( d. 1985 )
* 1902 Theodore Schultz, American economist, Nobel laureate ( d. 1998 )

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