A Modest Proposal for a Swift Middle East Peace
... that Jews, who constitute just over 0.1% of the population of the world, should have been awarded such a disproportionately large percentage of Nobel Prizes, about 21% in chemistry, 26% in physics, 27% in physiology or medicine, and 37% in economics.
Cancer is a metabolic disease that can be managed with low carb ketogenic diet
A review describing the metabolic theory of cancer was recently published by Professor Thomas Seyfried from Boston College in collaboration with D'Agostino's lab in the medical journal Carcinogenesis. A Ketogenic Diet Keeps Mitochondria Healthy ...
Krugman Is a Steal at $225K
In economics, there are two great prizes: the John Bates Clark Medal, which goes to the outstanding American economist under 40; and of course the Nobel Prize. ... Now of course, some of these are administrators, others doctors and medical personnel.
Nobel laureate Schekman shares research insights with A&M students
Bryan-College Station Eagle
A Nobel laureate shared details about his life's work during a visit to Texas A&M on Thursday. University of California, Berkeley professor Randy Schekman shared in the 2013 Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine and headlined the 19th annual Graduate ...