Asked in Physics, Nobel Prize, Nobel Prize Winners
How do you get the Nobel Prize in physics?
The general idea is that the Nobel Prize is given to people who make outstanding contributions, in this case to physics. Once a year, the Nobel Prize committee decides who, in their opinion, is the most deserving in this respect. ...
First person to receive Nobel Prize award?
The Nobel Prize in Physics (Swedish: Nobelpriset i fysik) is awarded once a year by the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences. It is one of the five Nobel Prizes established by the will of Alfred Nobel in 1895 and awarded since 1901; the others are the Nobel Prize in chemistry, Nobel Prize in literature, Nobel Peace Prize, and Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine. The first Nobel Prize in Physics was awarded to Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen, a German, "in recognition of the...
How can ratio of mathematics novel prize winner increase?
First, there is no Nobel Prize in mathematics. Second, ratio of what to what? The Nobel Prizes (in physics, chemistry, and others, but NOT in mathematics) are given out once a year. ...
Asked in Nobel Prize Winners
Why did Jose Saramago win The Nobel Prize in Literature in 1998?
The Nobel Prize in Literature 1998 was awarded to Jose Saramago who with parables sustained by imagination, compassion and irony continually enables us once again to apprehend an elusory reality. ...
Asked in Chemistry
Name of scientist who won the noble prize twice once in physic and once in chemistry?
As of 2009, four individuals have won a Nobel prize twice: Marie Curie (physics 1903, chemistry 1911), Linus Pauling (chemistry 1954, peace 1962), John Bardeen (physics 1956, physics 1972), Frederick Sanger (chemistry 1958, chemistry 1980). The only one of the four who was awarded both prizes as a solo recipient was Linus Pauling. ...
Asked in Nobel Prize Winners
When was Dr Johanna Budwig nominated for a Nobel prize?
It is impossible to know at this time - nominations are kept secret for 50 years. Her enthusiasts claim she was nominated six or seven times, but only time will tell. Nominations mean little anyway - Stalin was nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize twice and Hitler once (though the nomination was later withdrawn). ...
Asked in Inventions, Alfred Nobel
Why did Alfred nobel make dynamite?
Because as a child his home town of Kazkhastan was attacked by the Mongolians and he sought revenge. Once he blew up Mongolia he felt bad because there were lots of snails that lived in Mongolia so to make up for it he started the Nobel peace prize. ...
Asked in Scientists
Why is it important that scientists perform an experiment more than once?
it is important that scientist perform an experiment more than once because they might of left out some information. ...
Who won both the Nobel and Pulitzer Prizes and once worked as a maintenance man?
John Steinbeck John Steinbeck won a Pulitzer Prize for his novel, The Grapes of Wrath, in 1940 and the Nobel Prize in Literature for his collected writing in 1962. Steinbeck was born in Salinas, California, and graduated high school in 1919. He worked as a maintenance man in the summer after high school and during his two years of college at Stanford University. ...
Asked in Literature & Language
Who was george bernad shaw?
he was an Irish play writter and the only person to win an nobel prize for literature and an Oscar for the contribution for his film 'pygmalion'... He once quoted "As long as I hve a want , I have reason for living . Satisfaction is death." ...
Where did Hemingway actually get the Nobel Prize?
Hemingway committed suicide in l96l, so it would have had to have been earlier than that year. Traditionally, only the Peace prize has been awarded posthumously, and only once, in the case of Dag Hammarksjold. John Steinbeck was awarded the Literature prize in I believe l962, so Hemingway =dead since l96l would have to have been an earlier award, as explained above. ...
Asked in Geography, Science Experiments, Scientists
Why do scientist do their experimental test more than once?
Quality control and proof of accuracy, to weed out contaminants or bias.
Asked in Continents
Which scientist discovered that the continents were once one land mass?
Alfred Wegener was the scientist who discovered that the continents were once joined as one landmass ...
Asked in Nobel Prize, Nobel Prize Winners
Who won the Nobel Prize more than once?
As of 2009, four individuals have won a Nobel prize twice: Marie Curie (physics 1903, chemistry 1911), Linus Pauling (chemistry 1954, peace 1962), John Bardeen (physics 1956, physics 1972), Frederick Sanger (chemistry 1958, chemistry 1980). The only one of the four who was awarded both prizes as a solo recipient was Linus Pauling. If you want to count groups also, the International Committee of the Red Cross has been awarded the Peace prize three times (1917, 1944, 1963). Also, the Peace prize...
Asked in Statistics
Why is a hypothesis important to a scientist?
Once a hypothesis have been confirmed through numerous experimental tests, it can then become a theory. Theories are much more powerful and expansive in scope than hypotheses. Once a theory has been established, it is the role of scientist to try and disprove a theory rather than to try to reinforce its proof. ...
Asked in Science Experiments
What does a scientist need to do once an experiment is complete what must a scientist do to determine whether the data support the hypothesis?
They come up with a conclusion to the hypothesis