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Nobel prizes

10 Dec 2021
From investigative journalists to a Zanzibari novelist, to trailblazers on climate and touch: this year's Nobel Prizes went to 12 men and one woman, honoured in Oslo and Stockholm on Friday.
10 Oct 2019
The discoveries of first extrasolar planet orbiting a Sun-like star and how cells sense oxygen have won the 2019 Nobel Prizes in Physics and Medicine.
7 Oct 2019
Since 1901, the Nobel prizes have been awarded to men, women and organisations whose work has led to great advances for mankind, in line with the wishes of Alfred Nobel.

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