List of Noble Prizes 2023 in the World???

The Nobel Prize 2023 in Physics

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French scientist Pierre Agostini, born in Tunis, Tunisia, on July 23, 1941, won the 2023 Nobel Prize in Physics for his work with attosecond light pulses. He received the award jointly with Ferenc Krausz of Hungary and Anne L’Huillier of France. A billionth of a billionth of a second, or 1018 of a second, is an attosecond. Attosecond timeframes are used to describe the motion of electrons in atoms and molecules. Scientists can see the motions of electrons by producing light pulses with durations of many tens or hundreds of attoseconds.

The Nobel Prize 2023 in Medicine
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Born on January 17, 1955, in Kisjszállás, Hungary, Katalin Karikó is a scientist best known for her groundbreaking work on RNA (ribonucleic acid) therapies, specifically the creation of messenger RNA (mRNA) vaccines. The first mRNA vaccines were created in 2021, during the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic, thanks in large part to Karikó’s research into the capacity of mRNA nucleosides (structural subunits of nucleic acids) to trigger immune responses against particular pathogens (disease-causing agents). Karikó and American immunologist Drew Weissman received the 2023 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for their work on mRNA nucleoside discoveries, which paved the path for the creation of COVID-19 mRNA vaccines.

The Nobel Prize 2023 in Chemistry
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The American scientist Moungi Bawendi, whose full name is Moungi Gabriel Bawendi, was born in Paris, France, in 1961. He won the 2023 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his work in creating quantum dots, which are very tiny particles with peculiar quantum characteristics that depend on their size. He was awarded the prize along with American physical chemist Louis Brus and American physicist Alexei Ekimov, both of Russian descent.

The Nobel Prize 2023 in Literature
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The full name of Jon Fosse is Jon Olav Fosse; he was born in Haugesund, Norway, on September 29, 1959. In addition to writing novels, plays, poetry, children’s books, and essays, Fosse has also served as a teacher and a translator. In 2023, he was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature “for his original plays and prose, which give voice to the unsayable.” More than 40 plays and around 30 works of literature have been published in Nynorsk (New Norwegian), one of the two written varieties of Norwegian (the other being Bokml), which is less popular.

The Noble 2023 in Peace

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Narges Mohammadi was born on April 21, 1972, in Zanjan, Iran. She lived and had a residence in Iran at the time of the award. She was given and awarded the Noble Prize in peace in 2023 “for her fight against the oppression of women in Iran and her fight to promote human rights and freedom for all.”

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