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Two Women Have Won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry
Emmanuelle Charpentier and Jennifer Doudna have been recognized for “rewriting the code of life.”
and the winner is...
This Year’s Nobel Peace Prize Awarded to Sexual-Violence Activists
Nadia Murad, once held as an ISIS sex slave, is now a U.N. ambassador. Denis Mukwege is a surgeon who’s dedicated his career to treating rape victims.
women in science
Scientist Wins $3 Million Prize, Years After Man Won the Nobel for Her Discovery
Jocelyn Bell Burnell discovered pulsars — but her male supervisor won the Nobel for it.
Nobel Scandal: French Photographer Faces Two Charges of Rape
Jean-Claude Arnault has been at the center of a sex-abuse scandal that has rocked the Nobel literature community.
Nobel Prize in Literature Will Not Be Awarded Due to Sexual Abuse Allegations
It’s the first time since World War II they’ve postponed giving the award.
Was Trump’s Nobel Peace Prize Nomination a Fraud?
The awarding committee is investigating.
Former Member of Norwegian Royal Family Accuses Kevin Spacey of Groping Him
During a Nobel Peace Prize event ten years ago in Oslo.
Katie Van Syckle
Kazuo Ishiguro Is Sorry Margaret Atwood Didn’t Win the Nobel Prize
“I apologize to Margaret Atwood that it’s not her getting this prize.”
Every Woman Deserves a Nobel Prize This Year
But for some reason, no woman is getting one.
A Nobel Prize–Winning Economist on Life in 2015
What a time to be alive (but really).
she blinded me with science (and sequins)
Nobel Winner Accepted Her Award in a Gown Studded With Neurons
Re-created in sequins.
Let’s Take a Closer Look at Your Brain’s ‘Inner GPS’
A conversation with a neuroscientist on the research that just won a Nobel prize.