Extractions: Associate Vice President Oct. 2001 Columbia's Nobel Prize Winners: Sixty-four persons who have taught or studied at Columbia University have won the Nobel Prize since it was first awarded in 1901. Twenty-one current or former faculty members have won the prize for work done while at Columbia; 17 Nobels have gone to other faculty or former faculty for work done elsewhere; 37 have been won by Columbia alumni. Columbia has eight Nobel laureates on its faculty at present. Faculty or alumni from the Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science are indicated by an underscore Category Year Laureate Chemistry Irving Langmuir (Metallurgical Eng. degree 1903, M.A. 1906) John H. Northrop (B.S. 1912, M.A. 1913, Ph.D. 1915) William H. Stein (Ph.D. 1938) Roald Hoffmann (B.A. 1958) Herbert A. Hauptman (M.A. 1939) Sidney Altman (graduate student, teaching assistant, 1960-62) William S. Knowles (Ph.D. 1942)
Nobelists And Their Work Sixteen present or former Columbia faculty members have won the nobel Prize forwork Aage Bohr in 1975 for physics with Dr. Rainwater; samuel CC ting in 1976 http://www.columbia.edu/cu/pr/special/nobelists.html
Extractions: Associate Vice President January 2000 Columbia Nobelists and Their Work Nicholas Murray Butler , president of Columbia, in 1931 for peace for his efforts on behalf of disarmament and international peace; Thomas Hunt Morgan in 1933 for physiology or medicine for his discoveries of the laws of heredity; Harold C. Urey in 1934 for chemistry for his discovery of heavy hydrogen; I.I. Rabi in 1944 for physics for measuring the radio- frequency spectra of atomic nuclei; Polykarp Kusch and Willis E. Lamb in 1955 for physics for work in measuring electromagnetic properties of the electron; Andre F. Cournand and Dickinson W. Richards in 1956 for physiology or medicine for their development of a technique of heart catheterization; Tsung-Dao Lee in 1957 for physics for research refuting the law of parity; Charles H. Townes in 1964 for physics for the development of the maser; Konrad E. Bloch in 1964 for physiology or medicine for cholesterol studies;
Premios Nobel De La Física Translate this page PREMIOS nobel DE LA FÍSICA SIGLO XX 1901 Wilhelm Rontgen. 1925 James Franck. GustavHertz. 1976 Burton Richter. samuel CC ting. 1903 Antoine Becquerel. Pierre Curie. http://rsta.pucmm.edu.do/ciencias/fisica/nobel/premios_nobel_de_la_fÃsica.htm
Nobel Laureate Burton Richter Awarded the 1976 nobel Prize in physics with samuel CC ting for their pioneeringwork in the discovery of a heavy elementary particle of a new kind. . http://www.stanford.edu/dept/news/report/news/october3/richter-103.html
Extractions: Stanford Report, October 3, 2001 Burton Richter Burton Richter, the Paul Pigott Professor in the Physical Sciences at the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center; at Stanford 1956-present. Awarded the 1976 Nobel Prize in physics with Samuel C. C. Ting "for their pioneering work in the discovery of a heavy elementary particle of a new kind." Since receiving the prize, Richter has pursued research and administration. From 1976 to 1982, he continued his research at SLAC, but extension of the work required a major advance in high-energy accelerators. Richter went into administration, serving as director of SLAC from 1984 to 1999, to turn that vision into what is now a reality. He has since returned to physics research, focusing mainly on neutrino physics, and science policy. He is the current president of the International Union of Pure and Applied Physics.
Extractions: Although 1994 will be the date recorded for Professor Emeritus of Physics Clifford G. Shull's Nobel Prize, the records probably won't record the campaign on his behalf that followed the real prize-winning effort, which took place more than 40 years ago when Shull worked at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Shull's most important work was done at the Oak Ridge facility in Tennessee from 1946-51. At Oak Ridge, Shull, 79, and his colleague, the late Ernest Wollan, "systematically investigated the fundamental principles of elastic neutron scattering, thus providing the groundwork for this type of research," said Robert J. Birgeneau, dean of the School of Science. Members of the physics community have been lobbying the Nobel committee for 10 years to award the prize to Shull. The effort succeeded last year because Birgeneau and Institute Professor Jerome I. Friedman, a 1990 winner in physics, were able to convince international leaders in physics to recognize Shull and Bertram N. Brockhouse of McMaster University as the "real pioneers," Birgeneau said. Shull, 79, and Brockhouse shared the $930,000 prize for developing a new way of looking at atoms.
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"
Extractions: WIPO DIRECTOR GENERAL MEETS CHINAS PRESIDENT AND ATTENDS INTERNATIONAL GATHERING OF SCIENTISTS The Director General of the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), Dr. Kamil Idris, met in Beijing on October 11, 2000, the President of the Peoples Republic of China, Mr. Jiang Zemin, on the occasion of an international gathering of scientists, at which both the President and Dr. Idris spoke on the universal relevance of intellectual property. The meeting with President Jiang Zemin, which was attended by the other keynote speakers, highlighted the importance of intellectual property issues to the scientific community. The presence of the other speakers, including, Professor Samuel Ting, Chinese Nobel physics laureate, underscored this point. Dr. Idris praised the Presidents personal commitment to the cause of promoting intellectual property protection in China. The Director General underlined WIPOs commitment to promoting broader use of the intellectual property system. He outlined a number of measures currently being undertaken by WIPO to demystify intellectual property through, for example, training and public awareness campaigns. He said, "it is vital that leaders, policy-makers, and the general public understand the importance of intellectual property in shaping their future and, from this understanding, learn to respect the role intellectual property rights play in encouraging the innovation and creativity that will increasingly fuel human progress in the 21st Century." "It is equally vital that they realize that the source of this most precious of resources is to be found within themselves - that countries are no longer solely dependent on traditional and finite material resources but on the infinite resources of invention and knowledge that lie waiting to be unleashed in the minds of their citizens," he added.
LE DIRECTEUR GÉNERAL DE LOMPI RENCONTRE LE PRÉSIDENT Translate this page figuraient des personnalités de renom dans le domaine des sciences et de la technologie,tels M. samuel CC ting, Prix nobel de physique en 1976, M. WA Wulf http://www.wipo.org/pressroom/fr/updates/2000/upd109.htm
Extractions: against the aggression on Croatia Many people throughout the world contributed to the international recognition of Croatia (January 15, 1992). We would like to present a list of 104 Nobel prize winners (in alphabetic order) who signed an appeal to stop the aggression of the Yugoslav Army on Croatia that started in 1991 (The New York Times, January 14th, 1992). We do this we the feeling of deepest gratitude. During the past several weeks the Yugoslav Army has escalated its war against Croatia. Dozens of villages have been razed. Many historical monuments have been destroyed. Several cities, including Croatia's capital of Zagreb, have been bombed. Over 2,000* people have been killed. The undeclared war has already produced more than 100,000* refugees. The violence and destruction unleashed in Croatia is on a scale unknown in Europe since the Second World War. Innocent civilians are massacred. Hospitals and places of worship are destroyed. Conscience demands that we raise our voices against this senseless war. We appeal to the Western and Eastern governments to stop the Yugoslav Army wanton destruction.
Extractions: Nobel Prize in Physics since 1901 Year Winners Roentgen, Wilhelm Conrad Lorentz, Hendrik Antoon Zeeman, Pieter Becquerel, Antoine Henri; Curie, Marie; Curie, Pierre Rayleigh, Lord John William Strutt Lenard, Philipp Eduard Anton Thomson, Sir Joseph John Michelson, Albert Abraham Lippmann, Gabriel Braun, Carl Ferdinand Marconi, Guglielmo Van Der Waals, Johannes Diderik Wien, Wilhelm Dalen, Nils Gustaf Kamerlingh-Onnes, Heike Laue, Max Von Bragg, Sir William Henry; Bragg, Sir William Lawrence Barkla, Charles Glover Planck, Max Karl Ernst Ludwig Stark, Johannes Guillaume, Charles Edouard Einstein, Albert Bohr, Niels Millikan, Robert Andrews Siegbahn, Karl Manne Georg Franck, James; Hertz, Gustav Perrin, Jean Baptiste Compton, Arthur Holly; Wilson, Charles Thomson Rees Richardson, Sir Owen Willans De Broglie, Prince Louis-Victor Raman, Sir Chandrasekhara Venkata Heisenberg, Werner Dirac, Paul Adrien Maurice; Schroedinger, Erwin Chadwick, Sir James
Physics - Fizika RICHTER, BURTON, (photo) USA, Stanford Linear Accelerator Center, Stanford,CA, b. 1931;. ting, samuel CC, USA,. ting, samuel CC, USA,. http://www.radnoti.hu/common/nobel/fizika.htm
Dr.Tarek Said's Homepage-Nobel Prize Winners nobel Prize in Physics A. Wilson, Robert W. 1977 Anderson, Philip W. Mott, NevillFrancis, Sir Van Vleck, John H. 1976 Richter, Burton ting, samuel CC. http://www.geocities.com/tsaid3/nobel.html
Nobel Physics Prize nobel Peace Prize for Physics. The Prize for Physics is the remaining of the originalPrizes dating from 1901. 1976, Burton Richter samuel CC ting, USA USA. http://www.geocities.com/Axiom43/nobelphysics.html
DEVELOPMENT GATEWAY samuel CC ting, a worldrenowned physicist and Gu Guanqun, president of SoutheastUniversity on the International Space Station (ISS) led by nobel laureate ting http://www.chinagate.com.cn/english/2453.htm
Extractions: Samuel C. C. Ting, a world-renowned physicist and Gu Guanqun, president of Southeast University (SEU) in Nanjing, capital of East China's Jiangsu Province, signed a three-year protocol on May 31, the 100th anniversary of the famous university. The protocol concerns SEU's participation in experiments with the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer 02 (AMS-02) on the International Space Station (ISS) led by Nobel laureate Ting. It is the first time that a Chinese university will take part in one of the ISS's most important and difficult projects. According to Ting, universities have the best academic atmosphere and freedom. "Most Nobel Prize winners come from universities," he said. "I have been to SEU many times," explained Ting, who is also an honorary professor of SEU. "The teachers here are very much interested in scientific research. They always put their whole heart into the work and never give up. That is the most important reason why I chose this Chinese university to cooperate with." Apart from SEU, many world-famous universities are also participating in the AMS-02 experiments, such as the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in the United States, Aachen University in Germany, Rome University in Italy and Zurich University in Switzerland.
20th Century Year By Year 1976 nobel Prizes. was divided equally between RICHTER, BURTON, USA, Stanford Linear AcceleratorCenter, Stanford, CA, b. 1931; ting, samuel CC, USA, Massachusetts http://www.multied.com/20th/1976.html
Boston Globe Online / Table Of Contents There are seven nobel laureates now on the faculty who won the medicine/physiology,1987); Franco Modigliani (economics, 1985); samuel CC ting (physics, 1976 http://www.boston.com/globe/search/stories/nobel/1993/1993n.html
Extractions: With the addition of Phillip A. Sharp to its roster of Nobel laureates, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology has confirmed its superpower status in academia unquestionably now in biology, and not only in physics, chemistry and economics, where 19 of the past 24 awards have gone. MIT's grand total of two dozen Nobelists including current or former faculty and staff and alumni is one of the highest concentrations of any academic institution in the United States. There are seven Nobel laureates now on the faculty who won the prize while at MIT: Jerome I. Friedman (physics, 1990); Henry W. Kendall (physics, 1990); Robert M. Solow (economics, 1987); Susumu Tonegawa, (medicine/physiology, 1987); Franco Modigliani (economics, 1985); Samuel C.C. Ting (physics, 1976); and Paul A. Samuelson (economics, 1970). Har Gobind Khorana won the Nobel prize in medicine and physiology in 1968 and then came to MIT. David Baltimore won the prize in medicine and physiology in 1975 while at MIT, left the institute for a few years but is now returning.
Premi Nobel Fisica Translate this page 1977, PHILIP W. ANDERSON - SIR NEVILL F. MOTT - JOHN H. VAN VLECK. 1976, BURTONRICHTER- samuel CC ting. 1975, AAGE BOHR - BEN MOTTELSON - JAMES RAINWATER. http://www.econofisica.com/premi nobel fisica.htm
Extractions: JACK ST. CLAIR KILBY GERARDUS 'T HOOFT - MARTINUS J.G. VELTMAN ROBERT B. LAUGHLIN - HORST L. STORMER - DANIEL C. TSUI STEVEN CHU - CLAUDE COHEN TANNOUDJI - WILLIAM D. PHILLIPS DAVID M. LEE - DOUGLAS D. OSHEROFF - ROBERT C. RICHARDSON MARTIN L. PERL - FREDERICK REINES BERTRAM N. BROCKHOUSE - CLIFFORD G. SHULL RUSSEL A. HULSE - JOSERPH H. TAYLOR JR GEORGES CHARPAK PIERRE-GILLES DE GENNES JEROME I. FRIEDMAN - HENRY W. KENDALL - RICHARD E. TAYLOR NORMAN F. RAMSEY - HANS G. DEHMELT - WOLFGANG PAUL LEON M. LEDERMAN - MELVIN SCHWARTZ - JACK STEINBERGER J. GEORG BEDNORZ - K. ALEXANDER MULLER ERNST RUSKA - GERD BINNIG - HEINRICH ROHRER KLAUS VON KLITZING CARLO RUBBIA - SIMON VAN DER MEER SUBRAMANYAN CHANDRASEKHAR - WILLIAM A. FOWLER KENNETH G. WILSON NICOLAAS BLOEMBERGEN - ARTHUR L. SCHAWLOW - KAI M. SIEGBAHN JAMES W. CRONIN - VAL L. FITCH SHELDON L. GLASHOW - ABDUS SALAM - STEVEN WEINBERG
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Extractions: PHYSICS Alphabetical listing of Nobel prize laureates in Physics Name Year Awarded Alfven, Hannes Alvarez, Luis W. Anderson, Carl David Anderson, Philip W. Appleton, Sir Edward Victor Bardeen, John Bardeen, John Barkla, Charles Glover Basov, Nicolay Gennadiyevich Becquerel, Antoine Henri Bednorz, J. Georg Bethe, Hans Albrecht Binnig, Gerd Blackett, Lord Patrick Maynard Stuart Bloch, Felix Bloembergen, Nicolaas Bohr, Aage Bohr, Niels Born, Max Bothe, Walther Bragg, Sir William Henry Bragg, Sir William Lawrence Brattain, Walter Houser Braun, Carl Ferdinand Bridgman, Percy Williams Brockhouse, Bertram N. Chadwick, Sir James Chamberlain, Owen Chandrasekhar, Subramanyan Charpak, Georges Cherenkov, Pavel Alekseyevich Chu, Steven Cockcroft, Sir John Douglas Cohen-Tannoudji, Claude Compton, Arthur Holly Cooper, Leon N. Curie, Marie Curie, Pierre Dalen, Nils Gustaf Davisson, Clinton Joseph De Broglie, Prince Louis-Victor De Gennes, Pierre-Gilles Dehmelt, Hans G.