Nobel Prize

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Advice from a Nobel Prize Laureate

Want to become a Nobel Prize winner? Here’s a great piece of advice from Sir Harold Kroto, winner of the 1996 Nobel Prize in Chemistry. Don’t listen to anybody Don’t think about “Big” ideas Your supervisor is decrepit an...Related Biotechnology, Pharmaceutical ... [Published BioPortfolio - 43 mins ago]
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Professor’s Take: The legacy of famed author Gabriel García Márquez

Isabel Vergara is an associate professor of Spanish. Her main research areas include the life, work and influence of Gabriel García Márquez.Gabriel García Márquez, the Colombian novelist whose “One Hundred Years of Solitude” made him a titan of 20th-century ... [Published GW Hatchet - 5 hours ago]
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Chinese dissident who died in detention nominated for rights Nobel

GENEVA: A Chinese dissident who died in detention last month is one of three nominees for an award often dubbed the Nobel prize for human rights, organizers said on Wednesday. Cao Shunli, who died in ... ... [Published Big News Network - 5 hours ago]
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Critics Decry PM's Claim That UK Is Still a Christian Country

LONDON: British Prime Minister David Cameron was accused yesterday of sowing sectarianism and division after stressing in an Easter message that Britain was still a "Christian country".The criticism came in an open letter signed by 55 public figures, ... [Published HighBeam Research - 6 hours ago]
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Manhattan Project Scientist Draws Large Crowds at Universities

BEIJING, China -- The following information was released by the Chinese Academy of Sciences:Wherever he goes in China, Roy Jay Glauber always attracts enormous attention among science students.During a recent string of lectures at several Chinese universities-the ... [Published HighBeam Research - 6 hours ago]
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Two Peas in a Political Pod

New Delhi, April 22 -- The world has lost one of its greatest novelists, Gabriel Garcia Marquez, last week. The Nobel laureate is best known for his masterpiece, One Hundred Years of Solitude. The Nobel Prize awarding Swedish Academy has described him ... [Published HighBeam Research - 6 hours ago]
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Editorial - Gabriel Garcia Marquez - Thank You for the Inspiration

Sri Lanka, April 19 -- The world lost two greatest minds within the first four months of 2014. The death of the Nobel Prize-winning writer Gabriel Garcia Marquez, the author of One Hundred Years of Solitude-"the greatest revelation in the Spanish language ... [Published HighBeam Research - 8 hours ago]
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Sermon on the Mounted

Byline: Gogo LidzRyan Toth holds aloft a feline form so frightening it could be Norman Bates's kitty. He calls the dead pussy--more or less affectionately--"Exposed Cat," though on this cool, spring night in Brooklyn, New York, its semi-skeletal remains ... [Published HighBeam Research - 9 hours ago]
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Dominicans mark 30 years since tragic upheaval

, when the slums in the capital and towns of the interior exploded in a grassroots uprising that ended three days later with an official toll at more than 125 people dead, though other sectors placed it as high as 300.Over one year of complaints and protests ... [Published Dominican Today - 13 hours ago]
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Gabriel García Márquez’s indelible legacy

When Alice Munro was awarded the 2013 Nobel Prize in Literature, she became the 23rd Canadian Nobel laureate, and the first Canadian-based writer to win in the Nobel Literature Prize category.The Nobel has gone to France on 66 occasions; to Germany on ... [Published Waterloo Region Record - 15 hours ago]
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Romania’s Nobel prize proposal for literature Normal Manea to tour home country in May

Romanian writer Norman Manea, one of Romania’s proposals for the Nobel prize for literature in 2014, will be back to his home country between April 30 and May 18, when he will also attend several events and meet readers. Manea, the most translated Romanian ... [Published Romania Business Insider - 15 hours ago]
First reported Apr 22 2014 - Updated 20 hours ago - 3 reports

2014 Cuba film festival to honor Garcia Marquez

Cuba is dedicating this year's Havana Film Festival to the late Nobel Prize-winning novelist Gabriel Garcia Marquez.Click to Continue » ... [Published South Carolina State - Apr 22 2014]

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Two of these speak volumes. In one , he asks, "Have referees [peer reviewers] rejected some of the most-cited articles of all time?" His answer: Yes! From his abstract:
...***Paul Krugman is at it again. In his latest column, " Sweden turns Japanese ", he argues that Sweden is, well, turning japanese, economically speaking - meaning we in Sweden are about to experience a lost decade of low-to-no growth. His case is based on our stubbornly high unemployment, plus our inflation rate which for the past two months (an eternity in Krugman's world) has been below zero. Further, Krugman argues that the Swedish central bank (the Riksbank) is to blame for this as they have refused to mindlessly print money like there is no tomorrow (unlike the Federal Reserve).I decided to have a closer look atat all the relevant data - not just the inflation & unemployment rate like Krugman - to find out whether Krugman was right:  Have the UK & US, which chose the Keynesian route, really done better than Sweden?  As this article will show,  the answer is No."
The Mexican who is descended from the last King of Poland, described herself as a "reporter," who likes to "look beyond simple life and to look into other lives" and said she considered herself to be a "feminine Sancho Panza."
...Even this genius of magical realism in literature, whom the BBC describes as "creating a unique blend of the marvellous and the mundane in a way that made the extraordinary seem routine" , would have been left gaping in amazement at the degree of surrealism that pervades the current Indian electionelection campaign...

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[tt] Marquez's nobel speech 1982 [Published TranshumanTech - 2 hours ago]
*Gabriel Garc?a M?rquez's **Nobel Prize Lecture, 8 December 1982.**The Solitude of Latin America*Antonio Pigafetta, the Florentine navigator who accompanied Magellan on thefirst circumnavigation around the world, kept a meticulous log of hisjourney through ...
Nej, Sverige är inget Japan: Krugman tar ut seg... [Published Amerikanska nyhetsanalyser - 5 hours ago]
Paul Krugman skrev nyligen en artikel där han menade att Sverige står inför ett förlorat årtionde (eng lost decade), såsom Japan upplevt. Riksbankens politik har varit felaktig, och därför har Sverige - som återhämtade sig så snabbt från finanskrisen ...
War Makes Us Poor [Published Zero Hedge - 8 hours ago]
  Image courtesy of Steve Hess Top Economists Say War Is Bad for the Economy Preface: Many Americans – including influential economists and talking heads - still wrongly assume that war is good for the economy. Many congressmen assume ...
Microsoft researchers amongst 2014 Fellows of A... [Published TechNet Blogs - 10 hours ago]
The American Academy of Arts & Sciences has elected Microsoft Research’s Jennifer Chayes and Leslie Lamport as Fellows. Chayes, a Microsoft distinguished scientist and managing director of Microsoft Research New England and Microsoft Research New ...
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Paul Krugman Isn’t a Hypocrite [Published Slate Magazine - Apr 17 2014]
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