Extractions: 1950-1999 Yýllarý arasýnda fizik, kimya, ekonomi, fizyoloji ve týp alanlarýnda Nobel ödülü alan bilimadamlarý ve çalýþmalarý Yýl Çalýþma Ödül Sahibi Physics The development of the photographic method of studying nuclear processes and the discoveries regarding mesons made with this method. Cecil Frank Powell The pioneer work on the transmutation of atomic nuclei by artificially accelerated atomic particles. "Sir John Douglas Cockcroft; Ernest Thomas Sinton Walton" The development of new methods for nuclear magnetic precision measurements and discoveries in connection therewith. "Felix Bloch; Edward Mills Purcell" Demonstration of the phase contrast method, especially for his invention of the phase contract microscope. Frits (Frederik) Zernike "Fundamental research in quantum mechanics, especially for the statistical interpretation of the wavefunction; and for the coincidence method and the discoveries made therewith." "Max Born; Walther Bothe" "Discoveries concerning the fine structure of the hydrogen spectrum; and precision determination of the magnetic moment of the electron." "Willis Eugene Lamb; Polykarp Kusch"
Nobel Prize Winners In Chemistry Since1901 Marie Curie. Dorothy C. Hodgkin. nobel Prize Winners in Chemistry 19011999. 1986- Dudley Herschbach, US. - yuan T. lee, US. - John C. Polanyi, Canada. http://iweb.tntech.edu/chem491-dc/prizewinners.htm
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Extractions: L'appello di 110 premi Nobel La minaccia maggiore per la pace mondiale verrà negli anni a venire non dai comportamenti irrazionali di stati o individui, ma dalle legittime richieste dei diseredati del mondo. La maggioranza di queste persone povere e senza diritti vive un'esistenza marginale nei climi equatoriali. Il surriscaldamento del pianeta - originato non da loro, bensì da pochi ricchi - colpirà soprattutto le loro fragili ecologie. La loro situazione sarà disperata e manifestamente ingiusta. Perciò non ci si può attendere che essi si accontentino sempre e comunque di aspettare la beneficenza dei ricchi. Se permetteremo dunque alla potenza devastante delle armi moderne di diffondersi in questo esplosivo paesaggio umano, innescheremo una conflagrazione in grado di travolgere tanto i ricchi quanto i poveri. La sola speranza per il futuro riposa nella collaborazione internazionale, legittimata dalla democrazia. È tempo di voltare le spalle alla ricerca unilaterale di sicurezza, in cui noi cerchiamo di rifugiarci dietro ai muri. Dobbiamo invece insistere nella ricerca dell'unità d'azione per contrastare sia il surriscaldamento del pianeta che un mondo armato. Questi obiettivi gemelli costituiranno due condizioni fondamentali per la stabilità, mentre ci muoveremo verso il più ampio grado di giustizia sociale che, esso solo, può dare una speranza di pace. Alcuni degli strumenti legali necessari sono già a portata di mano, come il trattato sui missili anti-balistici (Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty), la convenzione sui cambiamenti climatici (Convention on Climate Change), i trattatti strategici sulla riduzione di armi (Strategic Arms Reduction Treaties) e il Trattato sul bando dei test nucleari (Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty). In quanto cittadini preoccupati, chiediamo a tutti i governi di impegnarsi per questi obiettivi, che costituiscono dei passi in avanti affinché il diritto prenda il posto della guerra.
Our Best Point The Way Also See nobel Peace Prize Centennial Symposium. Chemistry, 1996 Willis E. Lamb Physics,1955 Leon M. Lederman Physics, 1988 yuan T. lee Chemistry, 1986 Jean http://www.commondreams.org/headlines01/1207-01.htm
Extractions: The most profound danger to world peace in the coming years will stem not from the irrational acts of states or individuals but from the legitimate demands of the world's dispossessed. Of these poor and disenfranchised, the majority live a marginal existence in equatorial climates. Global warming, not of their making but originating with the wealthy few, will affect their fragile ecologies most. Their situation will be desperate and manifestly unjust. Also See: It cannot be expected, therefore, that in all cases they will be content to await the beneficence of the rich. If then we permit the devastating power of modern weaponry to spread through this combustible human landscape, we invite a conflagration that can engulf both rich and poor. The only hope for the future lies in co-operative international action, legitimized by democracy. It is time to turn our backs on the unilateral search for security, in which we seek to shelter behind walls. Instead, we must persist in the quest for united action to counter both global warming and a weaponized world.
On The 100th Anniversary Of The Nobel Prize On the 100th anniversary of the nobel prize 100 nobel laureates warn that our securityhangs on environmental and social reform. yuan T. lee Chemistry, 1986. http://www.nativevillage.org/Inspiration-/On_the_100th_anniversary_of_the_.htm
Extractions: 100 Nobel laureates warn that our security hangs on environmental and social reform The most profound danger to world peace in the coming years will stem not from the irrational acts of states or individuals but from the legitimate demands of the world's dispossessed. Of these poor and disenfranchised, the majority live a marginal existence in equatorial climates. Global warming, not of their making but originating with the wealthy few, will affect their fragile ecologies most. Their situation will be desperate and manifestly unjust. It cannot be expected, therefore, that in all cases they will be content to await the beneficence of the rich. If then we permit the devastating power of modern weaponry to spread through this combustible human landscape, we invite a conflagration that can engulf both rich and poor. The only hope for the future lies in co-operative international action, legitimized by democracy.
Lee, Yuan T. lee, yuan T. (1936 yuan Tseh lee was born on November 19, 1936 in Hsinchu, Taiwan. leeand his wife, Bernice Wu, whom he first met in elementary school have two http://www.cartage.org.lb/en/themes/Biographies/MainBiographies/L/Lee1/Lee.htm
Extractions: Lee, Yuan T. Yuan Tseh Lee was born on November 19, 1936 in Hsinchu, Taiwan. His father is an accomplished artist and his mother a school teacher. He started his early education while Taiwan was under Japanese occupation - a result of a war between China and Japan in 1894. His elementary education was disrupted soon after it started during World War II while the city populace was relocated to the mountains to avoid the daily bombing by the Allies. It was not until after the war when Taiwan was returned to China that he was able to attend school normally as a third year student in grade school. His elementary and secondary education in Hsinchu was rather colorful and full of fun. In elementary school, he was the second baseman on the school's baseball team as well as a member of the ping-pong team which won the little league championship in Taiwan.
JCE Online: Biographical Snapshots: Snapshot children. Keywords nobel Prize; molecular beam; reaction dynamics.WWW Sites. 1986 nobel Prize for ChemistryYuan T. lee. References. http://jchemed.chem.wisc.edu/JCEWWW/Features/eChemists/Bios/Lee.html
Extractions: Subscriptions Software Orders Support Contributors ... Biographical Snapshots Biographical Snapshots of Famous Women and Minority Chemists: Snapshot This short biographical "snapshot" provides basic information about the person's chemical work, gender, ethnicity, and cultural background. A list of references is given along with additional WWW sites to further your exploration into the life and work of this chemist. In 1986 Yuan Tseh Lee received the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his contributions to the understanding of the rates of chemical reactions on a molecular level. He developed instrumentation that set the standard for studies using lasers and focused beams of molecules, which he subsequently used to carry out ground-breaking experiments on simple chemical reactions. This led to a breakthrough in chemists' understanding of the dynamics of chemical processes. Lee shared the prize with Dudley R. Herschbach and John C. Polanyi, who also made significant contributions to this area of basic chemical research. Yuan Lee was born on November 29, 1936 in Hsinchu, Taiwan. His mother was a school teacher and his father an accomplished artist. His elementary education was disrupted by events during World War II. At a young age he was inspired to become a scientist after reading a biography of Marie Curie. Because of his excellent academic record in high school, he was accepted into the National Taiwan University in 1955 without the usual entrance examination. During his first year there he decided to major in chemistry, and he received a bachelor's degree in 1959. Two years later, he earned an M.S. degree at the National Tsinghua University.
GK- National Network Of Education Karle, Jerome, 1985. Polanyi, John C. 1986. Herschbach, Dudley R. 1986. lee, YuanT. 1986. Pedersen, Charles J. 1987. Lehn, JeanMarie, 1987. Cram, Donald J. 1987. http://www.indiaeducation.info/infomine/nobel/nobelarchive.htm
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Reactive Agent lee yuantseh and his wife sacrificed a comfortable life in In 1963, lee went aboradto study with his new wife didn't have good connectins, you couldn't get an http://www.sinica.edu.tw/as/ytlee/18.html
Extractions: FAR Eastern Economic Review 84.04.06 Lee Yuan-tseh and his wife sacrificed a comfortable life in their luxury home outside San Francisco, California, a year ago. At the invitation of President Lee Teng-hui,they returned to Taipei's densely populated suburbs to rejoin the society they had left behind three decades earlier. There the president appointed Lee head of Academia Sinica, Taiwan's most prestigious reasearch institution. "Peopel always asked when they visited me at Berkeley why I agreed to come back to Taiwan, "Lee says, He did trade a big house with an acre of land nestled in the mountains, a graden and swimming pool for a smaller home in a polluted, crowded city. "I told them that if you're thinking about helping other people, it makes you feel good to come back." In 1963, Lee went aborad to study with his new wife, Wu Jin-li. "In the 1960s, most young people didn't feel there were good opportunities in Taiwan," he explains about his decision to leave. "If you didn't have good connectins, you couldn't get an education or a decent job. The best and brightest went to America." He settled down at the University of California, where he became a teacher and researcher, and eventually a member of the United States National Academy of Sciences. In 1986, he won the Nobel Prize for chemistary along with two other researchers for their work in understanding elementary chemical reactions. Lee became the only Taiwanese to win such an honour.
Nobel Prize In Chemistry - Wikipedia Merrifield 1985 Herbert A. Hauptman, Jerome Karle 1986 Dudley R. Herschbach, YuanT. lee, John C Source http//www.nobel.se/chemistry/laureates/index.html, http://www.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nobel_Prize_in_chemistry
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Epigenx Press Release Dr. yuanTseh lee joins an elite group including Michael T. Bowers, Ph.D., Professorof Chemistry and Thomas C. Bruice, Ph.D., Professor of Chemistry http://www.epigenx.com/press/pr-05-07-01.htm
Extractions: SANTA BARBARA, CA - (May 7, 2001) - EpiGenX Pharmaceuticals Inc., announced today that Dr. Yuan-Tseh Lee has joined a distinguished advisory board which has been assembled to guide the Company in the development of epigenetic-based diagnostics and therapies for cancer and infectious disease. The Scientific Advisory Board, composed of leading scientists in the biotechnology and academic community, will be instrumental in accelerating the development and commercialization of the company's technologies.
Taipei Times - Archives Chinese President Jiang Zemin ( ? ) by lee yuantseh ( ? would sayto the two leaders, lee said, There I don't have any agenda in mind. But http://taipeitimes.com/News/front/archives/2002/10/22/176606
Extractions: Subscribe FAQ Contact Us Search last 2 months (case-sensitive) Advanced Search Print version Mail this link Lee Yuan-tseh prepares for APEC OLIVE BRANCH: The Nobel laureate said that he will give a message of goodwill to Chinese President Jiang Zemin but will not address Sino-US relations or Beijing's missiles A message of goodwill from President Chen Shui-bian ( ) will be passed on to Chinese President Jiang Zemin ( ¦¿¿A¥Á ) by Lee Yuan-tseh ( ), Taiwan's representative at the APEC, in Mexico this weekend, Lee told reporters yesterday. "I certainly will deliver a message of goodwill from the president when I meet Jiang," Lee said at a news conference yesterday.
Extractions: University of Chicago Nobel Laureates Seventy-four Nobel Laureates have been faculty members, students or researchers at the University of Chicago at some point in their careers. Eleven have won the Nobel Prize in the last decade alone. Of the 74 Laureates, 25 have won in Physics , 22 in Economic Sciences , 14 in Chemistry , 11 in Physiology or Medicine and two in Literature Michelson was the first American to win the Nobel Prize in any of the sciences. Six Laureates are currently members of the faculty: James Heckman (Economic Sciences, 2000), Robert Lucas (Economic Sciences, 1995), Robert Fogel (Economic Sciences, 1993), Gary Becker (Economic Sciences, 1992), Ronald Coase (Economic Sciences, 1991) and James Cronin (Physics, 1980). James Heckman , a Professor in Economics and Public Policy, studies methodologies used to measure the impact of social programs, such as minimum-wage legislation and anti-discrimination law. He shared the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences for work on analyzing selective samples. Robert Lucas Robert Fogel , a Professor in the Graduate School of Business, shared the award for applying economics and statistics to the study of history. In his work on slavery in the United States, Fogel has argued that the market would not have ended slavery, as it remained a profitable and efficient system for slave owners.