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Extractions: Ion channels are responsible for generating electrical impulses and mediating numerous cellular processes. To accomplish their tasks in biology ion channels must exhibit two basic properties, selectivity and gating. Selectivity refers to the property of high fidelity discrimination among similar ions, while gating refers to protein conformational changes that open a channel in response to specific stimuli such as ligand binding or membrane voltage. Recent developments on the molecular principles of selectivity and gating in potassium and chloride channels will be presented. The cerebral cortex is the crowning achievement of evolution and the biological substrate of higher cognitive functions. New experimental approaches enable investigation of the role of specific genes and morphoregulatory molecules that control neuronal production and guide migration of neurons to the proper positions, providing new insights into normal development and the pathogenesis of disorders of the highest brain functions.
Poetseers.org - Nobel Prize For Literature The Romantics. Early American Poets. nobel Prize For Literature, Tagore. WislawaSzymborska. TS Eliot. The Classics. The Great Poets. Alphabetical index of Poets.Links. http://www.vasudevaserver.com/home/sites/poetseers.org/html/nobelprize
Chemistry 1911 1911 nobel Prize in Chemistry for the discovery of the elements radium and polonium, by the isolation of radium and the study of the nature and compounds of radium. First person to win two nobel prizes. http://www.nobel.se/chemistry/laureates/1911/index.html
Extractions: 2002 - Raymond Davis Jr., Masatoshi Koshiba, Riccardo Giacconi 2001 - Eric A. Cornell, Wolfgang Ketterle, Carl E. Wieman 2000 - Zhores I. Alferov, Herbert Kroemer, Jack S. Kilby 1999 - Gerardus 't Hooft, Martinus J.G. Veltman ... 1998 - John Hume, David Trimble Find a Laureate Search this site On November 27, 1895, Alfred Nobel signed his last will in Paris, briefly outlining his vision of five prizes for those who during the past year have done humanity the greatest service. The Will - Slide Show Laser Challenge The Transistor Chirality - Chemistry 2001 ... Tell us what you think about this site! Last modified April 18, 2003
Nobel E-Museum General information and biographies, presentation speeches and press releases since 1901. This is the official site of the nobel Foundation. http://www.nobel.se/chemistry/
Extractions: Chemistry is one of the five prize areas mentioned in Alfred Nobel's will. The will was, however, partly incomplete. Nobel simply stated that prizes be given to those who, during the preceding year, "shall have conferred the greatest benefit on mankind" and that one part be given to the person who "shall have made the most important chemical discovery or improvement." Laureates
Extractions: The prize is being awarded for the development of methods for identification and structure analyses of biological macromolecules with one half jointly to: J OHN B F ... ENN , and K OICHI T ANAKA , for their development of soft desorption ionisation methods for mass spectrometric analyses of biological macromolecules and the other half to: K URT W for his development of nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy for determining the three-dimensional structure of biological macromolecules in solution. The prize is being awarded with one half jointly to: W ILLIAM S K ... NOWLES , and R YOJI N OYORI , for their work on chirally catalysed hydrogenation reactions and the other half to: K B ARRY S ... HARPLESS for his work on chirally catalysed oxidation reactions. The prize is being awarded with one half jointly to: A LAN J H ... IARMID , and H IDEKI S HIRAKAWA for the discovery and development of conductive polymers. A HMED Z EWAIL for his studies of the transition states of chemical reactions using femtosecond spectroscopy.
Physics 1945 Awarded to Wolfgang Pauli for the discovery of the Exclusion Principle, also called the Pauli Principle. http://www.nobel.se/physics/laureates/1945/
Great Writers And Poets A fairly wideranging directory of links to resources on the 'net for numerous authors, including information on nobel Prize winners. http://www.xs4all.nl/~pwessel/writers.html
SIMR - Centenary Survey Of Nobel Laureates About SIMR, Centenary Survey of nobel Laureates. Centenary Survey of nobel Laureatesin Physiology or Medicine to commemorate the death of Alfred nobel in 1896. http://www.simr.org.uk/pages/nobel/
Extractions: In this updated version of Nobel Prize Women in Science , Sharon Bertsch McGrayne explores the reasons for this astonishing disparity by examining the lives and achievements of fifteen women scientists who either won a Nobel Prize or played a crucial role in a Nobel Prize - winning project. The book reveals the relentless discrimination these women faced both as students and as researchers. Their success was due to the fact that they were passionately in love with science. The book begins with Marie Curie, the first woman to win the Nobel Prize in physics. Readers are then introduced to Christiane Nusslein-Volhard, Emmy Noether, Lise Meitner, Barbara McClintock, Chien-Shiung Wu, and Rosalind Franklin. These and other remarkable women portrayed here struggled against gender discrimination, raised families, and became political and religious leaders. They were mountain climbers, musicians, seamstresses, and gourmet cooks. Above all, they were strong, joyful women in love with discovery.
Extractions: Nobel Survey Index Photo: Wellcome Institute Library The Timeline A physicist and businessman, he invented dynamite in 1866. There were many uses for this new product. The invention made blasting tunnels, building roads and dams much faster and easier. Alfred Nobel went on to manufacture dynamite and made a fortune selling it worldwide. On a personal level, Nobel lived a very quiet life, and for his circumstances a very simple one. He was unmarried, and his life was dominated by the quest for new inventions. To him, a day without any new ideas taking shape was a day wasted. Alfred Nobel, troubled by the potentially destructive uses of his invention, wanted to reward human ingenuity for peaceful purposes. In his will, he left over SEK 31.5 million (£3.1 million at current exchange rates) to establish a series of prizes in his name. There are five Nobel Prizes awarded annually; Physiology or Medicine, Physics, Chemistry, Literature and Peace.
Nobel Prize The story of the discovery of superfluid Helium3 http://www.lassp.cornell.edu/~cew2/NobelPrize.html
Extractions: Win the 1996 Nobel Prize in Physics! The Original Paper(s) The Science Behind the Prize Quicktime Movie by Bob Richardson, excerpted from A World Without Disorder: Absolute Zero Temperature Cornell News Service Release Low temperature science - what remains for the physicist?,'' Robert C. Richardson, Physics Today, August, 1981, p. 46. Cornell Low Temperature Group David Mermin's Diary of a Nobel Guest
THEATRALES Translate this page Théâtrales. Amphithéâtre, de Jennifer Macklem. Huile sur toile, 1991,122 x 114 cm. Jennifer Macklem est née à Montréal en 1960. http://www.er.uqam.ca/nobel/c2545/
Extractions: HAVE BEEN ANNOUNCED HERE Welcome to the Nobel Prize Internet Archive. You can click on any Nobel category icon below ( literature physics chemistry peace ... economics , or ) to see an annotated, hyperlinked list of all Nobel laureates in that category. And while you are at it, do not forget to check out the Ig Nobel Prizes too! The Nobel Prize Archive is fully interactive. If you have an interesting and useful Internet link about a particular Nobel Laureate, you can add your link instantly to that laureate's home page here at the Archive. We encourage you to add links as often as you like. The educational value of this Archive depends on contributions and resourcefulness its users. Want to try it out? Why not roll the dice, and start with a random Nobel link ...or use the Quick Search box below to quickly find exactly what you want! [economics] The Ig Nobel Prizes
Extractions: Robert E. Lucas won the 1995 Nobel Prize in economics yesterday for work on how people form their economic expectations that overturned the basis for governmental fine-tuning. In making the award, the committee of the Swedish Academy of Sciences leapfrogged over some serious work of the 1950s and 1960s and pinned the medal to the leading figure of the 1970s thereby signaling their view of a discontinuity between the older generation of economists and the new. "Robert Lucas is the economist who has had the greatest influence on macroeconomic research since 1970," the citation said. Lucas is the principle formulator of the rational expectations hypothesis, the assumption that people make use of the best available information about government policy when making their decisions rather than committing the systematic errors assumed by earlier theory. As a result, activist government policy to stabilize the economy would either have no effect or, more likely, would make matters worse, Lucas argued in a series of papers beginning in 1972.
The Nobel Channel Collaborative effort by Swedish Television and IMG/TWI. Variety of multimedia productions and archives on Alfred nobel, the nobel Prize and Laureates. Includes an Interactive Learning Studio, Laureate lectures, events calendar and related web links. http://www.nobelchannel.com/
The Norwegian Nobel Institute Web site of the Norwegian nobel Committee, the Norwegian nobel Institute and the nobel Peace Prize.Category Regional Europe Norway GovernmentWelcome to the official site of the nobel Peace Prize awarded by the Norwegiannobel Committee. 7 June 2005 The nobel Peace Center will open its doors. http://www.nobel.no/