100 Years of Nobel Prizes
Winning a Nobel Price is unquestionably the highest possible recognition of intellectual and personal achievement. This book provides a detailed statistical analysis of what is required to win a Nobel, why it sometimes takes a long time to collect the award, and what the prizes have meant to human progress.
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Foreword to Third Edition with Listing of 2001 2004 Laureates i
Nationality of Nobel Prize WinnersPopulation and lndex
Distribution of Nobel PrizesBy Country Categories and Years
Leading lnstitutions Where Nobel Prize Winners were Educated
Age of Nobel Prize Winners
Collaboration and Simultaneous Work Leading to Nobel Prizes
Religion of Nobel Prize Winners
About AuthorNote on CD Rom
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