Why did Albert Einstein win the Nobel Prize in physics?

Answer Albert Einstein was awarded the 1921 Nobel Prize in physics for his discovery of the law of photoelectric effect. He was given the award in 1922 and did not give his Nobel lecture until 1923.Refere... Read More »

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How to Win a Nobel Prize?

The Nobel Prize is a renowned international prize instituted by the the inventor of dynamite, Swedish scientific genius Alfred Nobel, through his last will and testament of 1895. Following his deat... Read More »

Who won a Nobel Peace Prize?

The Nobel Peace Prize is awarded annually for outstanding achievement in advocating peace in the world. It has been awarded every year since 1901. The last award was presented to President Barack... Read More »

Who started the Nobel Prize in economics?

The Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel is commonly--though incorrectly--referred to as the Nobel Prize in Economics. In 1968, Sweden's central bank established t... Read More »

Who picks the Nobel Peace Prize?

The recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize is chosen by a committee of five Norwegians appointed by the Storting, which is the Norwegian Parliament. However, the Nobel Committee is independent of the S... Read More »