Today, October 07, 2012, Google Doodles Niels Bohr 127th Birthday on their Google homepage. The Google homepage is getting scientific as it shows atoms and other Physics-related stuff which were studied and elaborated by Niels Bohr and which made him won the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1922.
Google Doodles Niels Bohr 127th Birthday
Today, these Physics stuff like atoms and its structures as well as the quantum mechanics are incorporated in the basic sciences and physics in our schools and education.
Google today doodles Marie Curie 114th Birthday on their homepage.
Google Doodles Marie Curie 114th Birthday
Marie Curie, known scientist in the field of Chemistry and Physics, was born November 7, 1867 and died on July 4, 1934. She is the first person who had won two Nobel Prizes in Physics and Chemistry.
The 2011 Nobel Peace Prize were awarded to three women who are very active in finding and looking for peace in their respective countries and in the world as well. The three women are the Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, women’s rights activist Leymah Gbowee from Africa and the democracy activist Tawakkul Karman from Yemen.
The three women will share the winning amount for themselves.
Haven’t I told you that the winners for the 2011 Nobel Prize will be announced this week?
Yes! You heard it right! But I will be individually be posting here in Walking News Paper the 2011 Nobel Prize winners. So now, let’s keep the ball rolling.
For the 2011 Nobel Prize Winner in Medicine, Ralph Marvin Steinman won after doing more than five laboratory testing on some unproven therapies to diseases such as pancreatic cancer.
Ralph Marvin Steinman is an immunologist and a cell biologist from Rockefeller University.
However, unfortunately, Steinman died three days prior to the announcement of the 2011 Nobel Prize winner in Medicine.
One discovery of Steinman which is every helpful in immunology is the dendritic cells in 1973. His discovery paved the recent ways to treat diseases with the use of vaccine.
Below are the schedules for the announcement of the 2011 Nobel Prize Winners.
- Nobel Prize on Physiology and Medicine – October 3, 2011
- Nobel Prize on Physics – October 4, 2011
- Nobel Prize on Chemistry – October 5, 2011
- Nobel Peace Prize – October 7, 2011
- Nobel Prize on Economic Sciences – October 10, 2011
- Nobel Prize on Literature – yet to be announced.
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