News file for: Nobel Prize
Prof. Hartmut Michel calls for resources used in biofuel production to be used instead to harvest solar energy with photovoltaic cells.
During a recent visit to Singapore, Dr. Shinya Yamanaka candidly discussed his early career, what inspires him, and the challenges he faced leading up to the 2012 Nobel Prize.
At the Global Young Scientist Summit 2013, a panel of Nobel laureates from various disciplines discussed the difficulties of multidisciplinary research.
As the Global Young Scientists Summit wraps up on Friday, I hope that the 280 attendees will have renewed confidence that it is OK to fail at something they love doing.
Speaking at the inaugural Global Young Scientists Summit 2013 in Singapore, Nobel Laureate Dr. Sydney Brenner says that we should all study humans in a dish.
12 Nobel laureates and winners of the Turing Award, Millennium Technology Prize, and Fields Medal will mentor and inspire 280 young scientists at the Global Young Scientists Summit 2013.
The 28th Annual Kyoto Prize was awarded to an American computer scientist, a U.S.-based Indian literary critic, and a Japanese biologist on Saturday.
Japanese stem cell scientist Shinya Yamanaka and John B. Gurdon of the U.K. have won the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 2012.
Scientific pursuit should be motivated by curiosity and not prizes, says Nobel Laureate Sir Harold Kroto, who opened an entirely new branch of chemistry with his co-discovery of the buckyball.
Chemistry Nobel Prize winners Ei-ichi Negishi and Akira Suzuki were honored by the Royal Society of Chemistry at a ceremony in Edinburgh today.