Nobel Prize 2022: The Nobel Prize in Physics was awarded to three scientists on the second day of the Nobel Prize Week 2022 in Stockholm, Sweden. Alain Aspect, John F. Klauser, and Anton Gellinger received the award.
Nobel Prize in Physics 2022: The 2022 Nobel Prize in Physics has been announced. Three scientists were awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics on the second day of Nobel Prize Week 2022 in Stockholm, Sweden. Alain Aspect, John F. Klauser and Anton Gellinger received the award. These three scientists were awarded for their work in the field of “quantum mechanics”.
Alain Aspect is from France. He is a professor at the universities of Paris and Scale. John F. Klauser is an American researcher and professor. Anton Gellinger is a researcher and head of the Institute of Physics at the University of Vienna, Austria. Let us tell you that the Nobel Prize Week runs till 10 October. A total of 6 awards will be announced in 7 days.
Last year, the Nobel Prize in Physics was awarded to Soukuro Manabe (Japan), Klos Hesselmann (Germany), and Giorgio Paris (Italy). These three scientists have received this award for their unprecedented contribution to a better understanding of complex physical systems.
Who got the medicine award?
At the same time, Svante Piebo was awarded the 2022 Nobel Prize in Medicine by the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology in Leipzig for research into human evolution. In other words, Pabo received this prestigious award for sequencing the genomes of Neanderthals and Denisovans, an extinct species closely resembling modern humans, and yielding unique insights into human evolution from these discoveries.
Pabo is known for his leadership in the field of ancient DNA. It is an area of research concerned with the recovery and analysis of historical and prehistoric remains. Pabo earned his doctorate in medicine from Uppsala University in Sweden in the early 1980s.