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Nobel Prize

The laureates helped develop a wireless world, the committee said.
He's the second Canadian in a row to win the Nobel physics prize
The awards highlight the importance of fundamental research as a whole and not as a targeted or priority-based approach.
Pakistan is a diverse country and females account for a large portion of the population. Recently, it has becoming increasingly difficult to discuss the challenges that Pakistani women face. There is a dire need to promote the education of females by launching awareness campaigns at the national level, because in order to educate a nation, you need to educate its women.
Paul Corkum's work helps measure movements in billionths of seconds.
Take a moment to think about a famous scientist. Imagine this person in your mind's eye. What does he or she look like? Chances are, you pictured Albert Einstein with his wild silver hair and starry gaze. Failing that, you probably visualized an elderly gentleman wearing a lab coat.
I imagined: How would Banting, when physicians feared diabetes the same way we all fear Ebola today, have approached the crisis when technology was similarly undergoing a revolution during the fin de siècle? Banting was possessed of tenacity and optimism.
Recently, North America awoke to the news that Malala Yousafzai, the Pakistani teenager who fearlessly advocated for female
Alice Munro's win for the Nobel Prize in Literature prompted Canadians to take to Twitter to celebrate one of the country's
James Rothman and Randy Schekman of the United States and Thomas Suedhof of Germany won the Nobel Prize for Medicine on Monday