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NOBELNational Organization of Black Elected Legislative Women
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Jamal Bin Huwaireb, Managing Director of MBRF, said the Nobel Museum exhibition highlighted the Foundation's key role in building a society based on knowledge and innovation through events and initiatives that instil the spirit of creativity in young minds.
More than $3 million has been raised, enough to fund the meeting of potentially 30 individuals and 15 organizations that have been awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in the past.
When asked about the possibility of someone from the GCC countries winning a Nobel Prize, Dr Lars Heikensen, chairman of the Nobel Museum, said: "We are open to applications for the award from across the world.
Frenchman Patrick Modiano will be presented the Literature Nobel, USBritish scientist John O'Keefe and Norwegian husbandandwife duo Edvard and MayBritt Moser Nobel in medicine and Japanese scientists Isamu Akasaki and Hiroshi Amano and Japaneseborn American Shuji Nakamura the Nobel in Physics.
We continue to need global leadership drawn from the worlds of technology, financing and policy - both at country and community levels - working together through the Nobel Week Dialogue and far beyond.
He also said that Obama had beaten 205 other nominees for the prestigious award, which includes a gold medal, a Nobel diploma and 1.
At the onset of World War I, and although she despised war, Curie donated she and her late husband's Nobel Prize medals to the French war effort (Pierre had died an untimely death in 1906).
As Alex Alonso, who runs a Web site on street gangs, told the Los Angeles Times in November, ``The Nobel Prize nominations really catapulted his name into the media.
In both the Oscar and Nobel ceremonies, glamour is a major draw.
Nobel later returned to his homeland at the age of 30 and began his career as an inventor, which eventually led to the discovery of dynamite.
His Holiness The Dalai Lama, Nobel laureate, peace, 1989
Because of the civil liberties implications inherent in this thesis, the Nobel Committee has resisted honoring Mintz.