|SYNO ||Alfred Bernhard Nobel | Alfred Nobel | Nobel|
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- In polymer science, the Flory convention is a convention for labelling rotational isomers of polymers. It is named after nobel prize-winning Paul Flory.
- Laguna de Alegria is also known as "America's Emerald" thanks to Gabriela Mistral nobel prize in literature winner in 1945.
- Branobel was formally dissolved in 1959 and its last President was Nils Nobel-Oleinikoff, son of Marta Nobel-Oleinikoff and grandson of Ludvig Nobel.
- He worked for and the Caucasian oil company Branobel (of Robert, Ludvig and Alfred Nobel and others).
- Nobelinstitut is a term for a number of scientific institutes created in the various institutions that appoint laureates of the various Nobel prizes.
- Sándor Fodor just as József Somogyi creates figurative sculptors usually with nobel bronze metal. His "Dózsa" public art sculptor can be found in the Hungarian city Hatvan.
- ShanghaiTech hosts four nobel laureates. Roger D. Kornberg and Kurt Wüthrich have both been professors, as has James E. Rothman, 2013 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine.
- Built by the Petroleum Production Company Nobel Brothers (also known as Branobel) in 1882, it served to accommodate workers of the company.
- He belonged to the Ehrnrooth nobel family.
- The year of receiving Nobel Prize is given after each Nobel Laureate in this article.
- Nobelite was the common designation of the tens of thousands of employees of the companies owned by the Nobel family in Russia during the 19th century and until the Russian Revolution, such as Branobel and the Machine-Building Factory Ludvig Nobel.
- When It finally was accepted, Peter Mitchell received a nobel prize for their work.
- In 2014 Woxlin will direct and star as Pozzo in nobel laureate Samuel Becketts play Waiting for Godot.
- A member of the Nobel-Oleinikoff branch of the Nobel family, Michael Nobel is the grandson of Marta Helena Nobel-Oleinikoff (née Nobel) and the great-grandson of industrialist and humanitarian Ludvig Nobel, the founder of Branobel and one of the world's richest men in his time [...].
- Andrei Dmitrievich Sakharov ([...]; 21 May 1921 [...] 14 December 1989) was a Soviet nuclear physicist, dissident, nobel laureate and activist for nuclear disarmament, peace, and human rights.
- The academy replaced Thorne Grammar School, whose notable alumni were the opera singer Lesley Garrett; George Porter, a nobel prize-winning chemist; Charles Spencer, pianist; and Sir Graham Hall, former CEO of Yorkshire Electricity.
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