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Priyam Study Centre Oct 17
A brief history of finance and my life at Chicago
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Today In History Oct 21
21 Oct 1833: Swedish , inventor of and founder of the Prize, Alfred Nobel, is born in , Sweden.
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Physical Review Letters Oct 19
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MargaretJamesAuthor 3.5% Oct 17
I think deserves a Prize for just about everything. Come on, UK , be inspired?
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Archana Sharma CERN Oct 15
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Imagine Science Films Oct 16
We begin the tonight by Celebrating in with laureate Emmanuelle Charpentier exclusive interview + Festival Kick-off: Picture A Scientist - Opening Remarks, Feature & Conversation
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News from Germany | deutschland.de Oct 19
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Samar Sengupta, Ph.D. Oct 20
Some people win prizes, some do cutting edge research, some help hundreds of students make their careers, I tweet! 🤷🏽‍♀️😂
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Stockholm School of Economics Oct 13
Yesterday, auction theory was pushed to the forefront when Paul R. Milgrom and Robert B. Wilson won a prize for their research. Professor Per Strömberg – a member of the prize committee – explains why auction theory is one of the most central topics in .
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Ashraf Engineer اشرف Oct 18
How dare the Prize Committee ignore Narendra Modi's discoveries on wind turbines, radar, gas from gutters and plastic surgery? comes up with a delightfully tongue-in-cheek column for on the 'rare genius'.
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Mouser EU Oct 20
Alfred Bernhard was born 187 years ago today. The founder of the world-renowned prize, was a chemist, engineer, and inventor who held a staggering 355 patents!
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Imperial Materials Oct 14
Join the CDT Advanced Materials Characterisation for a webinar on with Professor M. Stanley Whittingham, distinguished professor at SUNY Binghamton and the 2019 Chemistry Laureate 🔋 4 November, 14:00-15:30
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Jonathan Greenberg Oct 14
Wait I thought Trump won three prizes this year? Those Norwegian ingrates: after all he did for them! This is a GREAT list!
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Fatima Akram Hayat Oct 16
The sweetest friendship I formed during my Master’s was with my professor who is an 80 year old Laureate. It started with our birthdays being a day apart and peaked when he called me his favorite Pakistani. It continues with him having my back in all I do!
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UM Bentley Library Oct 13
Newly minted economics Laureate Paul Milgrom was interviewed about his time as an undergraduate student activist by as part of the 2015 Michigan in the World project.
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Andrea Presbitero Oct 12
In light of today's prize in economics, it is worth listening to a recent episode of Capitalisn't on the US spectrum auction
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E&IT Department Odisha Oct 19
techie’s AI tool helped winner. A proud moment.
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Ismael Mingarro Oct 21
The unsung heroes of the -winning discovery
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Jusferatu Oct 15
A classic by , one of my candidates for the Prize, and perhaps the first poem to go "viral":
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James Broughel Oct 12
Congrats to Paul Milgrom and Robert Wilson for winning the in economics. As reflects on their contributions, it's worth also taking some time to reflect on the itself. This was the topic of a recent op-ed of mine.
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