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The Nobel Peace Prize : Discovery Of Pulsars

- The Nobel Peace Prize is one of the highest awards that a researcher in physics, chemistry, or medicine can receive, and the award honors scientists that have made revolutionary discoveries or explanations in their field. This award was presented to Anthony Hewish, and his mentor, Martin Ryle in 1974 for the innovations they made in astronomy, and specifically the discovery of pulsars. Although they were the only two that were awarded, Jocelyn Bell Burnell played a significant role in pulsar detection....   [tags: Nobel Prize, Nobel Peace Prize, Alfred Nobel]

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The Chemistry Nobel Prize 2013

- For what work (research) was the prize awarded. Chemistry is one of category of Nobel Prize given to chemists who have dedicated in chemistry science. For a chemist, Nobel Prize is one of most prestigious award. Nobel Prize for chemistry 2013 has been decided, chemistry prize goes to three theoretical chemists who have developed a multiscale computer model to predict complex chemical reaction. For some people, maybe it the Chemistry Nobel Prize 2013 decision was a surprise. The Prize did not go to chemist who had developed new formula of chemistry but the prize went to a group of chemists who had developed a computer program about chemistry....   [tags: Science, Chemistry, Nobel Prize]

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The Chemistry Nobel Prize 2013

- The Chemistry Nobel Prize 2013 Chemistry is one of category of Nobel Prize given to chemists who have dedicated in chemistry science. For a chemist, Nobel Prize is one of most prestigious award. Nobel Prize for chemistry 2013 has been decided, chemistry prize goes to three theoretical chemists who have developed a multiscale computer model to predict complex chemical reaction. The three chemists are Michael Levitt from Stanford University, Martin Karplus, Strasbourg University, Harvard University, and Cambridge University, and Arieh Warshe from University of Southern California....   [tags: Chemistry Nobel Prize]

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Alfred Nobel

- Since 1901, the Nobel Prize has honored men and women worldwide for his or her achievements whose work had been of the greatest benefit to mankind. It is a little known fact that the man who created the Nobel Peace Prize was the inventor of dynamite. Nobel’s dynamite was an extraordinary invention, with this invention we are now able to build roads, ports, bridges, mines, tunnels, and for the use of war. Alfred Nobel was born in Stockholm in the year 1833. When Nobel was five years old, his father Immanuel Nobel moved their family to St....   [tags: Biography Nobel Prize]

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The Life and Accomplishments of Alfred Nobel

- Alfred Nobel, born in 1833, was the inventor of dynamite. He was much more than an inventor, was fluent in several languages, enjoyed poetry and was considered to have radical ideas during his time. He left a lasting legacy by establishing the famous peace prize which is named in his honour. Nobel’s father was an engineer and inventor. He built bridges and in relation to this, he experimented with ways to blast rock. In the year Alfred was born, his father went bankrupt because several barges of building materials went missing....   [tags: biography]

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Nobel Prize For Physiology Or Medicine

- Alfred Day Hershey grew up to become a winner of the Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine in 1969 for his world changing genetic discovery. In 1952, at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory in New York with his research assistant, Martha Chase, through an experiment, discovered that phage DNA enters the bacterial cell and then directs the cell to produce more bacteriophages. This experiment proved that DNA (deoxyribose nucleic acid) is the genetic material of bacteriophages as well as other organisms, opposed to the prior belief that protein was the genetic material of organisms....   [tags: DNA, Genetics, Gene, Bacteria]

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Wilhelm Rontgen and the Nobel Prize

- ... In 1869 he graduated at the University of Zurich, was appointed assistant to Kundt and went with him to Wurzburg in the same year, and three years later to Strasbourg. He died in the year of 1923. Wilhelm was the first ever to win a nobel prize in Physics, and the person who discovered X-Rays which were originally called Roentgen Rays. He made this discovery by doing tests with a cathode ray tube in his lab. He emptied the tube of all its air and then filled it with a special gas. Then he passed high volts of electricity through the tube similar to our modern day incandescent light bulbs....   [tags: cathode, ray, tube, engineering]

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The Nobel Prize Of Chemistry

- The Nobel Prize is a set of annual international awards bestowed in a number of categories by Swedish and Norwegian committees in recognition of academic, cultural and scientific advances. Chemistry is one of the many categories of Nobel Prizes awarded to chemists that have dedicated life changing research in their perspective fields. In 2013, the Nobel Prize in chemistry was awarded to three theoretical chemists, Michael Levitt, Martin Karplus, and Arieh Warshe, who developed a multiscale computer to predict complex chemical reactions American- British Michael Levitt was born in Pretoria, South Africa in 1947....   [tags: Chemistry, Chemical reaction, Computer graphics]

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Nobel Nomination of David Graeber

- Graeber has been one of the most prominent anthropologists within the last 5 years. His impact as an Anthropologist has, in many aspects, rejuvenated some part of the field at large and given direction to anthropologist of the twenty first century. Currently, many anthropologists consider the field at several crossroads. First, on defining what and how anthropology will move into the twenty first century, be it a social study lacking the fundamental scientific method or if it will embrace the scientific method and lose its social aspects....   [tags: Anthropology ]

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Analysis Of Barns And Nobel I Was Shocked

- When I first picked up this book within Barns And Nobel I was shocked at the title what type of aauthor or authors would chose where the domino fell it sounds much better as a true crime novel or even a little activity book one might find in a daycare or a gift shop. However this was not the case this book is based on a thing called a domino theory that motivated presidents Eisenhower, Kennedy, and Nixon to send troops to Vietnam out of the pure ability of paranoia. Which left me wondering exactly how could a country so small threaten US security....   [tags: Vietnam War, Cold War, Vietnam, Southeast Asia]

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Analysis Of Barns And Nobel I Was Shocked

- When I first picked up this book within Barns and Nobel I was shocked at the title what type of an author or authors would choose where the domino fell it sounds much better as a true crime novel or even a little activity book one might find in a daycare or a gift shop. However, this was not the case this book is based on a thing called a domino theory that motivated presidents Eisenhower, Kennedy, and Nixon to send troops to Vietnam out of the pure ability of paranoia. Which left me wondering exactly how could a country so small threatens US security....   [tags: Vietnam War, Cold War, Vietnam, John F. Kennedy]

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Globalization And Its Discontents By Laureate Nobel

- In his book, Globalization and its Discontents, the author provides an enthralling perspective on the shadow side of globalization. Nobel laureate Joseph Stiglitz’s experiences as the Chief Economist of the World Bank and the Chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers in the Clinton Administration has provided him with an interesting vantage point to understand the inner workings of the IMF, the World Bank, the WTO and also the governments and finance ministries of many countries across the world....   [tags: World Bank, International Monetary Fund]

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Nobel Prize Winner Marie Curie

- Maria Salomea Sklodowska also known as Marie Curie which was her married name. She was born on November 7, 1867. She had married Pierre Curie which was on 1895 at the age of 26 ( I think). Marie Curie and Pierre curie had discovered/ invented the elements polonium and radium. Her parents were both teachers. She was the most famous scientist on her years. Maria was born on Warsaw. For her to study she had to go to Paris to study physics and mathematics. Her and her husband were investigating radioactivity....   [tags: Biography]

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Nobel Prize for Cell Signaling Pathways

- ... There are two processes that are involved in the bulk transport of large molecules. After these large particles are packaged in vesicles, if the molecules are to be secreted from the cell, the transport vesicles fuse with the plasma membrane in a process called exocytosis. James Rothman discovered that “this process is done very precisely as specific protein complexes on the transport vesicles and specific proteins on the plasma membrane bind together to cause this fusion” (1)...   [tags: cell, regulation, genomic, organisms]

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The Nobel Prize by Ed John Merriman and Jay Winter

- This 2006 article by Ed John Merriman and Jay Winter, titled “The Nobel Prize,” is about the history and importance of the Nobel Prize, and how it works. To understand the history of the Nobel Prize, we must start with the death of the Alfred Nobel. Alfred Nobel was known for his work with chemicals and explosives, and was actually the inventor of dynamite. Upon providing dynamite to the world, solely for the use of mining, he found his creation misused for violence, a new war tool that was used to kill thousands of people....   [tags: article analysis]

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The Nobel Prize and The Bluest Eye

- The Nobel Prize and The Bluest Eye Toni Morrison's Nobel prize acceptance speech has many interesting parallels between that and her novel The Bluest Eye. The speech opens up new ideas and interesting correlations between the address and the story. In this paper, I will document how parts of Morrison's speech uses situations in The Bluest Eye. The first being that of the story about the blind woman and the bird. Morrison says, "Her answer can be taken to mean: if it is dead, you have either found it that way or you have killed it....   [tags: Bluest Eye Essays]

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Author of A Rose for Emily, William Faulkner's Nobel Prize

- ... “Try to be better than yourself. An artist is a creature driven by demons. He doesn't know why they choose him and he's usually too busy to wonder why. He is completely amoral in that he will rob, borrow, beg, or steal from anybody and everybody to get the work done.” (Faulkner/Stein) When he talks he uses a lot of emotion and that shows his style of writing. William Faulkner gave a Nobel Prize Acceptance Speech and in it he wrote about A Rose for Emily he gives himself challenges when he writes and one of the challenges is pity and sacrifice which has been the glory of the past....   [tags: courage, speech, compassion]

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1983 Nobel Prize Winner Paul Berg

- Biochemistry of Nucleic Acids and Recombinant Introduction The following essay will outline the 1983 Nobel Prize winner Paul Berg, for his studies of the biochemistry of nucleic acids and recombinant-DNA. The reason why I chose Paul Berg as my Nobel Laureate was because his findings won him the Nobel Prize in the field of Biochemistry. Since he won the prize for Biochemistry, his findings will cover both Biology and Chemistry, which will help me in two of my NCUK courses. In the essay, a discussion consisting of Berg’s biography, research, and the science behind his winning will be covered....   [tags: biochemistry, nucleic acids, DNA]

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Nobel Prize Laureates in the Field of Medicine and Physiology

- Every year, a prestigious prize is given to people who provide a reason for change, a new invention or a new discovery. The Nobel Prize Laureates in 2013 in the field of physiology, and medicine was given to three individuals. The Laureates were James E. Rothman, Randy W. Schekman and Thomas C. Südhof. The three investigators revealed that there is the machinery that controls how cells transport major molecules in a cargo system which ends up delivering them to the right place at the right time in the body....   [tags: James Rothman, Randy Schekman, Sudhof]

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The Internet Can Not Win A Nobel Peace Prize

- The internet cannot win a Nobel Peace Prize nor should it be able to. However the man who engineered the most impactful part of it, the World Wide Web, referred to hereafter as “the web”, can and should. The web opened up vast opportunity that the world would not be the same without. The possibilities that this has opened is endless. With this development Tim Berners-Lee significantly changed the way the world interacts, works, and helps each other. As such due to his creation and what it’s done and can do for the world, he should be awarded a Nobel Peace Prize....   [tags: World Wide Web, Internet, Tim Berners-Lee, CERN]

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Nobel Prize Ahmed Zewail

- Ahmed Zewail Nobel Prize Winner 709 Words A boy who was named Ahmed Zewail was born February 26, 1946 in Damanhur, the "City of Horus", only 60 km from Alexandria. He lived a good childhood in the City of Disuq, which is the home of the famous mosque, Sidi Ibrahim. He was the only son in a family of three sisters and two loving parents. His father was liked and respected by the community because he was helpful, cheerful and very much enjoyed his life. He worked for the government and also had his own business....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Alfred Nobel

- Alfred Nobel Alfred Nobel was born in Stockholm, Sweden on October 21, 1833.(Encarta) His father Immanuel Nobel was an engineer and inventor who built bridges and buildings in Stockholm. In connection with his construction work Immanuel Nobel also experimented with different techniques of blasting rock. Alfred's mother, Andrietta Ahlsell came from a wealthy family. Due to misfortunes in the construction work caused by the loss of some barges of building material, Immanuel Nobel was forced into bankruptcy the same year Alfred Nobel was born....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Alfred Nobel

- Alfred Nobel Born in Stockholm in 1833 of Swedish parents, Alfred Nobel moved with his family to St. Petersburg, then the capital of Russia, at the age of nine. There his energetic and inventive father soon acquired a strong and respected position as an inventor and industrialist. Nobel subsequently lived in several countries and ultimately came to regard himself as a citizen of the world. Even so, he never gave up his Swedish citizenship. By virtue of the education he received in many countries, Nobel read, spoke and wrote fluently in five European languages: Swedish, Russian, English, French and German....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Alfred Nobel

- The inventor of dynamite was a very important roll to take part in. The ultimate inventor of it was a mane named Alfred Nobel. Before dynamite, miners had to use nitrogen to blow holes in rock and other things. However it is too volatile and can explode incredibly easily. Alfred changed all this.   Alfred Nobel was born on October 21st 1833 in Stockholm. He studied their until1842 when his family moved to St. Petersburg in Russia. Since his father was an influential inventor and industrialist the family moved from country to country....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Alfred Nobel: The Man behind the Prize.

- Alfred Nobel: The Man behind the Prize. Alfred Nobel is known for starting the Nobel Prize. This prize is given every year to some of the greatest minds in the world who through their work, help to better society. In opposition to the improvement of society, is the fact that Nobel’s other known inventions brought much death and destruction to the world (Frost). This combination of inventions helps to pose the question who was Alfred Nobel, and why did Nobel create this prize to help the world. In this paper I will find out who was the man behind the inventions that brought so much death and destruction to the world....   [tags: essays research papers fc]

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The Nobel Prize and its First Laureates

- The Nobel Prize and its First Laureates Alfred Nobel was a Swedish industrialist, and inventor. In 1866 he invented dynamite, which made him very wealthy, but he left all of his money to establish a fund for the Nobel Prize. The Nobel Prize is awarded annually for achievements during the previous year, in the categories of physics, chemistry, medicine, or physiology, literature, and the promotion of peace. Each winner receives a set amount of prize money, a medal, and a certificate....   [tags: Free Essays]

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Nobel Laureate Gabriel Garcia Marquez a Champion for Latin American Solitude

- The works of the late 1982 Columbian literary Nobel Laureate Gabriel Garica Marquez reflect not only the sentiments of postcolonial Columbians, but also the surreal realities lived by Latin Americans in the New World. This surreal reality is what Marquez has become synonymous with — magic realism. The literary genre, magic realism, can be found in Marquez’s books and short stories such as 100 Years of Solitude and “A Very Old Man with Enormous Wings”. Literary critics and audience alike have marveled at how Marquez masterfully connected the ethereal and the mundane with such precision in diction and syntax that the narratives seem more than commonplace but actually feasible and tangible....   [tags: surreal realities, latin community]

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The Scientific Background Of A Nobel Prize Relevant Health And Disease Awarded Since 2000

- “Describe the scientific background of a Nobel prize relevant to health and disease awarded since 2000” An idea first brought to the attention of the world back in the 1960’s when researchers first noted that the cell could destroy its own contents by a matter of enclosure within the membrane. (1) This lead to the formation of vesicles that were efficiently transported to a recycling component called the lysosome, for degradation. The term autophagy simply means "self-eating”. Scientifically, the term accounts for “a normal physiological process that deals with the destruction of cells in the body”....   [tags: Organelle, Cell, Protein, Cell nucleus]

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Optimism in Fahrenheit 451, Invictus, Freedom to Breathe, and The Nobel Acceptance

- There’s optimism in all literature known to man if not optimism then it would be pessimism. They are the basis of any literature work. It’s found in many books and poems today. In the novel Fahrenheit451 by Ray Bradbury evaluates the theme of optimism. The author Ray Bradbury writes about a guy named Montag who is in a society where firemen burn houses instead of putting fires out. Montag seeks out the good in the books which are banned in this dystopian society where knowledge is forbidden to rise from society....   [tags: Synthesis Essays]

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Dr. Martin Luther King Jr 's Nobel Peace Prize

- Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr’s Nobel Peace Prize lecture focused on how poverty, racism, and war affect the world. The three evils impact how a race may seem superior over another. For example, Caucasians have a sense of dominance over African Americans, Latinos, Native Americans, Mexicans, and other races. He asserted that although it is called the United States of America, with one race proclaiming to be superior of other races it is not in any way united, unified nor unionized. According to his lecture, it seems as though racism is the factor that has caused the most effective African American movements in history....   [tags: African American, United States, Jim Crow laws]

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What I 've Never Won A Nobel Peace Prize

- Kaboom. This is the sound I was waiting for earlier today as I sat daydreaming today in my pink pajamas in a ball rocking back and forth staring at the screen, earnestly hoping that God would come and graciously punch me in the face with a bucket load of divine inspiration and take this spirit of “writers block” away...but to no avail It’s 5:20 pm EST on a Saturday, I’ve been sitting at my desk for about five hours- with the exception of an occasional break for my grandma 's scrumptious meals- I’ve looked at this essay prompt about a zillion times, I’ve never won a nobel peace prize, I’ve never sailed the seven seas, I do not have a charity that raises funds for the family who have lost t...   [tags: High school, Educational years, Homeschooling]

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Naipaul Does Not Deserve his Nobel Prize

- What makes an individual worthy of a Nobel Prize in a category as broad as literature. Is it an immense knowledge of writing procedures that other authors have not begun to attempt to use. Or is an appropriate representation of the author's subject that is solely objective, and lacks all personal opinions. If that was the case, several Prizes should be taken away from some authors and handed to other more deserving writers. V. S. Naipaul, who received a Nobel Prize in Literature for Miguel Street, falls into the former category....   [tags: essays research papers]

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The Brilliance of William Faulkner's Nobel Prize Acceptance Speech

- The Brilliance of William Faulkner's Nobel Prize Acceptance Speech       On December 10, 1950 , William Faulkner delivered his Nobel Prize acceptance speech to the academy in a voice so low and rapid that few could translate his murmurs. When his words were published in the newspaper the following day, they were recognized for their brilliance; in later years, Faulkner's speech would be lauded as the best speech ever given at a Nobel ceremony. His acceptance speech is much like his literary life- he wrote many novels, poems, and short stories, as many works as most writers produce in their lifetime in just over a decade, but received little recognition for...   [tags: Biography Biographies Essays]

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William Cuthbert Faulker : A Writer That Lived Through The First Half Of The 20th Century

- William Cuthbert Faulker was a writer that lived through the first half of the 20th century. He wrote many different kinds of things in his life, from short stories, to novels, to poems, and screenplays. He however is most famous for his novels and stories that take place in a fictional county which is based on the one where he grew up. Faulkner was awarded the 1949 Nobel Peace Prize for Literature due to some of his writings. The reason for this was, as quoted by the board that gives out the award....   [tags: Nobel Prize, Nobel Peace Prize]

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Malala Yousafzai Is Not An Ordinary Nineteen Year Old Girl

- Malala Yousafzai is not an ordinary nineteen-year-old girl. Even from an early age Malala always had a thirst for learning. Her parents ran a school nearby their home in the Swat District of Pakistan. Alongside her father, Malala became an advocate for education. Malala created a blog in which she talked about her fear that her school would be raided like so many of the ones around her. One day while coming home from school Malala was the target of an attack in which she suffered a gunshot wound that went through her face, shoulder, and neck....   [tags: Nobel Peace Prize, Nobel Prize]

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Becoming A Reality : Malala Yousafzai

- Dreaming is a powerful imagination we interact with in our daily routines either in the shower, the classroom, or even when we are sitting. We are constantly dreaming about scenarios that we wish would become a reality. Who said that a dream has to be a dream. Why not turn that dream into a reality. So, imagine a world where everyone is equal, has the same rights as one another, and is just simply happy to be living in a wonderful place. The world would be a great place to live, right?. Sadly, in reality we are nowhere close to that dream....   [tags: Nobel Prize, Nobel Peace Prize]

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A Case Of Individual Authority And Activity

- Malala’s story is a case of individual authority and activity. By focusing on her, the Taliban demonstrated how perilous one young lady can be to strengths endeavoring to reduce sexual orientation equality when all is said in done and equivalent access education specifically. Her story additionally indicates the requirement for devoted association by guys and grown-ups. Her dad’s assistance for her for her cause, attempts on her benefit and eagerness to place himself in great risk are a case of ways all men and boys can utilize their advantage to challenge existing sexual orientation standards....   [tags: Nobel Peace Prize, Nobel Prize]

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Martin Luther King, Jr.: A Nobel Peace Prize Winner, a Civil Rights Activist, a Worldwide Figure

- A Nobel Peace Prize Winner, a Civil Rights Activist, a Worldwide Figure Being assassinated for doing something to try and make the world a better place seems extreme and not many people would do it with those risks. However, there are people in this world that will sacrifice everything for what they believe in. Martin Luther King, Jr. was one of the few people in the world willing enough to put himself in danger for a cause he believed in. Martin Luther King, Jr. overcame the segregated world by being a leading figure in the civil rights movement, preaching of nonviolent protests and winning the Nobel Peace Prize....   [tags: protest in Birmingham, civil rights movement]

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Nobel Prize Awarded to Randy W. Schekman, James E. Rothman, and Thomas C. Südhof

- ... Yeast cells, or Saccharomyces cerevisiae, that had mutated transport mechanisms established a genetic basis for vesicle transport and fusion to the plasma membrane. From these cells, it is possible to isolate regulatory genes that encoded proteins essential to intracellular transport. Kaiser and Schekman (1990) specifically analyzed the SEC proteins: manipulation by mutation reveals that construction of vesicles is dependent on SEC proteins, and that vesicles are able to form a COPII coat that contains these SEC proteins....   [tags: cells, vesicles, scientists]

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William Faulkner's Nobel Prize Acceptance Speech and its Relevance

- William Faulkner's Nobel Prize Acceptance Speech and its Relevance William Faulkner’s Nobel Prize acceptance speech is a dynamic statement that challenges the writer and man to not simply sit around and watch the end of man, but to help man endure and prevail. Faulkner refuses to accept the naturalists theme that human beings are dominated, controlled, and overwhelmed by their environment and nature. He does not accept the end of man, but rather says that man will prevail. Though many have accepted the easy way out by saying man will simply endure because one can hear his soft, inexhaustible voice even after death, Faulkner also refuses this....   [tags: Papers]

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A Summary On Malala Yousafzai

- November 12, 2015 Dear Postmaster General Donahue, There are many important people who have been on stamps, but one that has not and should be is Malala Yousafzai. On July 12, 1997, Malala was born in Mingora, Pakistan, located in the Swat Valley. There are many reasons why she should be featured on a stamp, including these three. Malala Yousafzai has fought for the right to have girls go to school. She is the youngest person ever the receive the Nobel Peace Prize. She has also become a role model for girls young and old everywhere....   [tags: Nobel Prize, Nobel Peace Prize, Pakistan, Taliban]

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Mother Teresa And The Greatest Poverty

- When Mother Teresa went to India, she had a choice between helping the poor or just walking away. Mother Teresa clearly did not walk away. Instead, she helped right away. Mother Teresa was a woman of wise words and once said, “We think sometimes that poverty is only being hungry, naked and homeless. The poverty of being unwanted, unloved and uncared for is the greatest poverty. We must start in our own homes to remedy this kind of poverty.” Mother Teresa points how poverty-stricken India is and how much help this third world country needs....   [tags: Nobel Prize, Nobel Peace Prize, Third World]

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Analysis Of Martin Luther King 's Speech On The Vietnam War

- "Why I Am Opposed to the War in Vietnam" On April 30, 1967, Riverside Church, in New York, Martin Luther King gave a speech about how the Vietnam War was wrong in front of three thousand people. Most of his audience was church leaders. The speech was about twenty minutes. He stated that he is not only preaching about God, he also cared about the conditions of Vietnamese people in the war. In his speech, he claimed that the war was evil and unjust and it should be stopped. Martin Luther King used unexpected words, religious imagery, and his credibility to show the ugly side of the Vietnam War in his speech....   [tags: Nobel Prize, Nobel Peace Prize, Vietnam War]

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Book Report On ' He Named Me Malala '

- Event: “He Named Me Malala” Movie Night on March 3rd at 7:00 PM for She’s The First I went to an event to support the She’s The First club which is an organization that supports international women’s rights. The movie I watched is “He Named Me Malala,” a documentary that summarizes Malala Yousafzai’s life and highlights her efforts to support women’s rights for education. The movie was overall very informative and easy to understand. I learned about her life from the time she was born to her teenage years....   [tags: Nobel Prize, Nobel Peace Prize, Education]

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The Resounding And Powerful Voice For Change

- The Resounding and Powerful Voice for Change How does one define what a leader is. Is it by their actions, their words, or by their titles (e.g., President, Chairman, CEO). Many individuals have different definitions of what a leader is. A true leader is one that cannot be assigned, awarded, or appointed. A leader goes beyond the definition of a formal or high position. A leader is someone who can inspire others and exhibit passion and dedication to his or her group. A leader is a person who can motivate others and bring them together to achieve a goal....   [tags: Nobel Prize, Nobel Peace Prize, Pakistan]

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The Hero : Malala Yousafzai

- Hero: Malala Yousafzai “Hero, an ordinary person facing extraordinary circumstances and acting with courage, honor, and self-sacrifice” -Unknown. Heroes are vital to humanity, they influence towards improvement, they are an aspiration, they lead, protect, and inspire the society. According to Merriam-webster, a hero is a person who is admired by the society for his/her achievements, brave acts, and noble qualities. Malala Yousafzai’s bravery and hope towards the universal education of young girls and their fundamental rights when confronted by the Taliban, proves that she is indeed a hero....   [tags: Nobel Peace Prize, Nobel Prize, Barack Obama]

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I Am Malala, By Malala Yousafzai

- Education for Everyone Malala Yousafzai is a young Pakistani girl who is an education activist. Education is the most important thing adults can offer children. One day the children of this generation are going to be the teachers, doctors, and politicians. Children everywhere should receive the benefit of being educated. In the compelling novel I Am Malala by Malala Yousafzai, she opens the minds of others about about the importance of education within all cultures. The historical background is admissible, and the professional reviews clarify all the importance and power this book holds....   [tags: Nobel Peace Prize, Nobel Prize, Education, School]

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Martin Luther King, Dead, And I Am Alive

- Martin Luther King is dead, and I am alive. How is it that this man, who spent years of his life making our world a better place to live, is gone, and I am left. A recent visit to the Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historic Site revived my passion for life against discrimination. As I visited the Martin Luther King, Jr. Museum and Visitor Center, Ebenezer Baptist Church, Mr. King’s grave site, and his childhood home, I felt compelled to compare my life to his and try to comprehend the passion, drive, and confidence he demonstrated by changing the world....   [tags: Nobel Prize, Nobel Peace Prize, Jimmy Carter]

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Lou Gehrig 's Farewell Speech

- Look for something positive in each day, even if some days you have to look a little harder. Lou Gehrig, an exceptional baseball player for the New York Yankees from 1923-1939, conveys his positivity and accepting the manner in his farewell speech given at the Yankee Stadium on July 4, 1939, announcing his retirement. Two weeks prior his farewell speech, Gehrig was diagnosed with ALS disease that eventually destroyed and demolished his muscular structure and his career. Lou Gehrig stood in the field as friends, family, fans and colleagues listened intently to the compelling farewell speech....   [tags: Nobel Peace Prize, Nobel Prize, Rhetoric]

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The Vs. The Golden Era

- Brawn versus Brain The golden era is a period where something becomes the best it could ever be and is the highest point in a cultural advancement. In the golden era intellectuals were worshipped for their advancements in art, poetry, music, and literature, philosophy and science, “The term ‘golden age’ generally relate to things past and should not be applied to present events or cultural developments”. (Ellis-Christensen) Where would the world be without nerds. Our iPhone, Wi-Fi, and internet would just cease to exist without these smart and important people that have made such a tremendous difference in our lives such as Steve Jobs....   [tags: Nobel Prize, Nobel Peace Prize, Marie Curie]

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Persuasive Speech On The Media

- Rill E. Gullible, this is an intervention. It is about your over trustful, and easily exploitable naïve personality. I understand that you think you have it under control and that it is not a problem, but you are sadly mistaken. I am concerned about you and your ability to believe and accept everything. Your destructive behavior needs to stop due to the fact that it is hurting you and your loved ones and I refuse to stand idly by, while you keep going on your gullible journey that will lead to self-destruction....   [tags: Nobel Prize, Nobel Peace Prize, Logos]

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The Holocaust Of Elie Wiesel

- People Should Be the Center of the Universe. As Americans, we are very fortunate to live in a country where we can speak freely and express our feelings regardless of our beliefs or political inclinations. People from third world countries with repressive regimes experience things that are unfathomable. Elie Wiesel grew up in a country where people were deprived of their rights and had to suppress their feelings and emotions because they feared for their lives. If concerned people from different parts of the world had sympathized and pressured their government to intervene, Elie’s family may not have died and millions of lives could have been spared from Hitler’s genocide of the Jewish race....   [tags: Nobel Prize, Nobel Peace Prize, Nazi Germany]

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Analysis : ' Crispr '

- Many people are unfamiliar with the topic of CRISPR, and this ignorance is why there is little-no support from society. The acronym, “CRISPR,” is initially extremely intimidating, especially when not in its abbreviated form, clustered interspaced palindromic repeats (Miller, 2016, para. 1). However, the author elaborates upon some used for an acronym, even for a person who does not have a large understanding of science. Similarly, the author specifies the possibilities for this technique in a very succinct manner....   [tags: Nobel Peace Prize, Nobel Prize, Human]

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A Rose for Emily by William Faulkner

- “Persons attempting to find a motive in this narrative will be prosecuted; persons attempting to find a moral in it will be banished; persons attempting to find a plot in it will be shot.” (Twain) The Nobel Prizes were established all the way back in 1895 by a Swedish inventor by the name of Alfred Nobel. He established a foundation that was dedicated to encouraging achievement and diplomacy, this foundation most commonly referred to as the distributer of the Nobel Prizes. These prizes are awarded for outstanding contributions in a wide array of subjects including; physics, chemistry, literature, peace, physiology, medicine and economic sciences....   [tags: nobel prize, salinger]

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The Life and Work of Chemists

- Through the years of modern science many people have come and gone making contribution to science whether it be chemistry physics or another scientific field. Some people were able to produce accomplishments in multiple fields including chemistry. Marie Curie was able to make contributions in physics and chemistry just as Nobel was an engineer and a chemist in the form of creating dynamite. Finally the man of physics Michael Faraday was able to make a contributions to chemistry that are still being used to this day....   [tags: Nobel, Marie Curie]

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Mind the Sun in William Faulkner's A Rose for Emily

- The beast in a human is subdued by our milquetoast delusions, we are animals of compulsion and repetition. It seems to me the point of art is to explore the idea of humanity as a whole, mankind’s view of itself and the artist’s own concept of humanity. William Faulkner is one such artist who delves deeper into his own ideals, almost breaching the membrane of technicalities before exploiting them on an atomic level, too close to see everything the writer aimed for. His story A Rose for Emily, despite it’s macabre subject, persists as a tremendous exemplification of how the happenings found in the story’s subjects and in reality adhere to the essences of humanity....   [tags: nobel prize, journey, crime]

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The Schrodinger’s Cat Paradox: Dr Erwin Schrodinger

- Dr. Erwin Schrodinger was a physicist in the twentieth century. He made groundbreaking discoveries in his field, for which he earned the Nobel Prize in 1927. Schrodinger was also a published author and remains a well-known scientist today. Schrodinger devised what is known as the “Schrodinger’s Cat Paradox” in 1935. It was one of his later discoveries and was worked on after extensive correspondence with Albert Einstein. Dr. Schrodinger earned his PhD in physics in 1910 from the University of Vienna in Austria....   [tags: physicist, nobel prize]

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Louis Pasteur: An Amazing Chemist

- Dear President of the Nobel Prize committee, Have you ever seen the word “Pasteurized” on your milk carton. Well, you should thank Louis Pasteur for that. Louis Pasteur undoubtedly deserves a Nobel Prize for his discoveries, accomplishments, and contributions to science. Louis was very humble as he made no profit off of his discoveries; instead he was paid by the government, or as a professor. Louis is mostly known for the discovery of Pasteurization. However, he has also found ways to prevent silkworm diseases, anthrax, chicken cholera, and rabies....   [tags: Cure, Scientist, Nobel Prize]

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A Beautiful Mind By John Nash

- Living with schizophrenia relays on ones ability to distinguish between what is physically real versus the false reality induced by delusions of the mind. Determining the misperceptions of reality that occur such as hallucinations and delusions require persistent effort to distinguish between reality and false perceptions (DSM-5). John Nash, brilliant mathematician and Nobel Prize winner depicts his experiences with Schizophrenia in both the book and movie “A Beautiful Mind”. The first scenes of the movie, “A Beautiful Mind”, take place at Princeton University....   [tags: Schizophrenia, Nobel Prize, Psychosis]

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William Faulkner and the Civil War

- William Faulkner was able to achieve what no man before him and few men after him were able to do. He not only wrote some of the most important and influential American literature in history; he spun stories that depicted to the world the inner workings of the Southern mentality. Faulkner pioneered many literary as well as psychological fronts in a way that is unmatched even today. William Faulkner was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1950 and twice the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction, once in 1955 and then again in 1963(Minter)....   [tags: biography, nobel prize, literature]

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A Brief History of Mother Teresa

- “We ourselves feel that what we are doing is just a drop in the ocean. But the ocean would be less because of that missing drop” (“Words by Mother Teresa”). Today, many people know Mother Teresa as an activist in the Catholic religion but to others she is much more than that. Mother Teresa spent her whole life trying to make a difference in any way, shape or form that she possibly could. She dedicated her life to others because she believed everyone is equal no matter how rich or poor one may be....   [tags: Nobel peace prize winners]

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Brief Biography of Albert Einstein

- Albert Einstein was born March 14, 1879 in Ulm, Germany. Around age 10 or 11, Einstein became curious about the mysteries of science and longed for a greater understanding. As a child, Einstein took music lessons; he learned to play the piano and violin and continued through out is life. As a young child, his parents moved during his school career: once to Italy then a second time to Switzerland where he graduated in 1896. Einstein was educated at the Federal Polytechnic School in Zurich where he learned to teach physics and mathematics....   [tags: Nobel, Physicist, Nazism]

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Biography of President Woodrow Wilson

- Who was Woodrow Wilson. People know him as one of our many presidents. Many people don’t know much about him. President Woodrow Wilson did quite a few important things before becoming the 28th president of the United States of America. He was liked by many hated by others. In 1910 Thomas Woodrow Wilson ran for the governor of New Jersey. He won in a landslide. Wilson was a member of the Democratic Party and received many support that way ("Woodrow Wilson "). He became the forty-third governor. Wilson forced through the New Jersey legislature such reforms as an employer's liability act, the direct primary, a corrupt-practices act, and revitalization of the state public utilities commission (...   [tags: democratic convention, nobel prize]

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John Steinbeck: Living the Story

- ... Some of the experiences that improved his writing were, when he was a ranch hand, when he was a marine biologist, and when he wrote war transcripts during World War II. These life experiences were all used throughout Steinbeck's writing. Steinbeck was employed as a ranch hand during part of his life. This can be interpreted throughout the book The Red Pony. In this novel, a young boy named Jody gets a pony named Gabilan. The horse is described in such detail that only a background with horses could give....   [tags: Nobel prize for Literature winners]

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Biography of Marie Curie

- Marie Curie was one of the shy girls, but yet one of the most famous scientists in the world. She could care less about the money, the fame, and the attention, science and research are the only things she thought about. She never did understand why people were so interested in her, her discoveries, why her. Marie was born in Warsaw, Poland on November 7, 1867. Her polish name was Maria Sklodowska but everyone called her Manya. Her parents were teachers and all they talked about how school was school was so important and she needed to study hard....   [tags: Nobel Prize in physics and chemistry]

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Who Is William Faulkner?

- Who is William Faulkner. Today, I am going to introduce one of the greatest writer, William Faulkner. Faulkner was known as an influential novelist in the United States during the 20th century. Faulkner received the Nobel Prize in Literature, a prize that is only given to the most accomplished writers. Faulkner’s full name is William Cuthbert Falkner and was born on September 25, 1897, in New Albany, Mississippi. However, after several years in New Albany, Faulkner’s father decided the family will settle in Oxford, Mississippi....   [tags: alienation, writer, nobel prize]

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Biography of Ernest Hemingway

- Ernest Hemingway was a man looked at as one of America’s greatest 20th century authors. His novels and short-stories lead him to being awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1954. He is known for his very publicized, adventurous life and his masculine public persona. His writing is seen as a bridge which connects the old world and new world Together, Victorian and modern and life and death. Hemingway wrote about things he knew about, leaving him to have a personal effect in his reading. Ernest Hemingway was born in July 21, 1899 in Oak Park, Illinois(which back then was known as Cicero)....   [tags: novels, nobel prize, christianity]

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The Life And Legend Of Dr. John Forbes Nash

- The life and legend of Dr. John Forbes Nash, Jr. has been one that has been publicized for many reasons. Many may have heard of Nash because of his remarkable contributions to the world of mathematics, perhaps as a Noble Prize winner in 1994, or as the subject of the book and Hollywood film, A Beautiful Mind, that is based on his life and career. While attending Princeton University, Nash developed the equilibrium concept for non-cooperative games theory, which is currently known as the Nash Equilibrium....   [tags: Psychiatry, Mental disorder, Nobel Prize]

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What I Read On Girl Power

- In some cultures women have to live under male control. Women have to stay home with kids and do house choir. Based on true story what I read on Girl Power “ Malala, a smart young girl, started noticing that women in her country were being suppressed because of their gender”. The Taliban had control in Swat Valley at that time and didn’t allow girls to go outside or go to school. Malala speak up and she got shot in her head on her way back to home from school. She got shot on October 9, 2012 and went to England to get surgery....   [tags: Aung San Suu Kyi, Nobel Prize, Nobel Peace Prize]

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The Heart Association Research Incidence Of Sudden Cardiac Death

- According to my opinion a good man should having full of courage and positive energy, vision for future, having a strong conviction to serve the community. In addition to that, always use his power or authority for public welfare and strong patriot. Goodman also share and express the feelings in the appropriate situation, protecting and nurturing family and last but not list giving unconditional love to everyone within the society. I believe that in the appropriate condition if a man will cry and relieve his feeling....   [tags: Aung San Suu Kyi, Nobel Prize, Nobel Peace Prize]

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Science Is Far Away From Art

- You might think that art and crafts has nothing to do with sciences. most of people has the idea that science is far away from art. however art has a strong relation with science and they complete each other .arts and crafts built great minds in the history of science. On February 2013 , Robert Root-Bernstein and Michele Root-Bernstein wrote an article under the name of ‘arts and crafts and science ‘ to highlight the unexpected relation between arts and crafts from one side and science from the other side and they stated that ,” Scientific discovery and innovation can depend on engaging more students in the arts” (Robert Root-Bernstein and Michele Root-Bernstein, arts and crafts and science...   [tags: Art, Music, Arts, Nobel Prize]

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Malala Yousafzai 's An Act Of Civil Disobedience

- Writer, political activist, and feminist Malala Yousafzai once said, “One child, one teacher, one book, and one pen, can change the world.” Education is not a luxury, but rather a basis for survival; sadly, thirty-one million females ages five through eleven are not in a primary school and seventeen million of these females are expected to never enroll in school (Education). Malala Yousafzai fought, and is currently still fighting for education rights for women and children (Van). Malala Yousafzai defied a law which she determined unjust and was prepared to pay the ultimate price: her life....   [tags: Protest, Civil disobedience, Nobel Prize]

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Is Jennifer Bobylev And She Is An Ordinary Teenage Girl?

- People should be recognized according to their accomplishments. If someone wins a Nobel Peace Prize or wins gold at the Olympics, then they deserve to be praised for their efforts. Nonetheless, someone who has barely accomplished anything can actually be worthy of praise also. How is this possible. If only there was such a person that could pioneer this paradoxical task. But there is. Her name is Jennifer Bobylev and she is an ordinary teenage girl. She might be overly concerned with her looks but that is normal for teenage girls....   [tags: Personal life, Adolescence, Nobel Prize]

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The Importance Of Reading, By Mario Vergas Llosa

- Today, it seems as if it is uncool to read. Teenagers will never admit that they enjoy reading, even if they do. Many of these people are most likely “closet readers.” This phrase describes people who enjoy reading, but are worried that they may be judged for it, by their peers. In “Why Literature?”, Mario Vergas Llosa says it may not be cool, but it is essential to communicate effectively. He attempts to prove that literature is essential, and shouldn’t be an afterthought. Literature should be a cornerstone in every single person’s education....   [tags: Writing, Literature, Nobel Prize in Literature]

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The Rise and Fall of Mikhail Gorbachev

- ... Since the region depended on farming for both food and income, its residents suffered from famine, and many died of starvation. As a child, Gorbachev had a passion for learning. When he graduated from high school with a silver medal in 1950, his father persuaded him to continue on to university. Gorbachev’s academic record was stellar, and he was accepted into Moscow University, the premier school in the Soviet Union, without having to take the entrance exam. The university even provided him with free living accommodations at a nearby hostel....   [tags: russia, communist, nobel peace prize]

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The Chicken Hall Of Fame

- I am writing you today to nominate a truly influential virologist to the Chicken Hall of Fame. Payton Rous used the chicken to make discoveries and advances in his field that were unparalleled in his time. In fact, his achievements were not even recognized at the time, and for many years his work went unappreciated. It is time that Peyton Rous received the recognition that he deserves; Rous has more than earned a spot in the prestigious Chicken Hall of Fame. Peyton Rous was born in Baltimore in 1879, and although his father died early, his mother stayed in the city and worked to ensure the best possible education for her children....   [tags: Cancer, Oncology, Nobel Prize, Tumor]

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Biography of John Enst Steinbeck Jr.

- Famous novelist John Ernst Steinbeck Jr. was born on February 27, 1902, in Salinas, California. His books, including his ground-breaking work The Grapes of Wrath often dealt with social and economic problems. His father, John Ernst Steinbeck, tried several different jobs to keep food on the table for his family: He owned a feed-and-grain store, managed a flour plant and had a job as the treasurer of Monterey County. His mom Olive Hamilton Steinbeck, was a ex- schoolteacher. For the most part, Steinbeck who grew up with three sisters had a nice childhood....   [tags: grapes of wrath, nobel prize, literature]

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Margaret Mead 's Quote On Success

- Success An Analysis of Margaret Mead’s Quote on Success Success, for the person who achieves “success” it feels amazing, for those who watch the person succeed, it could be degrading to them. Margaret Mead once made a famous quote on success basically saying that people who are successful elsewhere, such as other countries, tend to be praised more than those around you, such as people in sports competitions. Everybody wants to be successful in their lives, whether it be sports related, life related, etc....   [tags: Success, Failure, Nobel Peace Prize]

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Women Scientists: Marie Curie

- Marie Curie is widely regarded as a talented scientist whose work has changed the world. She is best known for her discovery of radium and polonium and her work with radioactivity. Curie encountered times of adversity in her career due to prejudice against women in her field, but she met her challenges and overcame them. Marie Curie exceeded the barriers put on women in her time to become one of the world’s most famous scientists and used her knowledge to the benefit of humanity. Marie Curie was still young when she started breaking barriers....   [tags: nobel prize winners that changed the world]

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Naguib Mahfouz’s Religious Ideologies

- Naguib Mahfouz’s Religious Ideologies Naguib Mahfouz, an Egyptian novelist and a winner of the Nobel Prize, was stabbed after expressing his religious philosophies in Children of the Alley (Najjar 1). The writer serves as a threat to the conservative Egyptian society. Religious militants feel endangered by the introduction of westernized ideas, which do not conform to the Egyptian culture and tradition, especially in the 1990s. Mahfouz’ stance regarding religion is veiled in his superficial neutrality in novels such as Sugar Street and Children of the Alley, both being published in the 1950s....   [tags: Egyptian Novelist, Nobel Prize Winner, ]

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