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The Nobel Prize in Physics, Chemistry, Physiology or Medicine, Literature, Peace and Economics was awarded at the behest of Sir Alfred Nobel in 1895.

Since then, the board has been honoring deserving individuals with the “Nobel Prize”. For 2022, the Board announced Today “Nobel Prize in Chemistry” on 05 October 2022.  The winner will be announced in other categories.

Nobel Prize Categories Dates below 2022

Physiology or Medicine – Monday 3rd October, 11:30 a.m. CEST
Physics – Tuesday 4 October, 11:45 AM CEST
Chemistry – Wednesday, October 5, 11:45 CEST as soon as possible
Literature – Thursday, October 6, 13:00 CEST early
Peace – Friday, October 8, 11:00 CEST
Economic Science – Monday 10 October, 11:45 AM CEST
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Nobel Prize Winners List 2022:

FieldWinners
Physics (03 Oct-2022)
Physiology or Medicine (04 Oct-2022) Alain Aspect French physicist

Chemistry(05-Oct-2022)
Literature( 06-Oct-2022)Updated soon
Peace ( 08-Oct-2022)Updated soon
Economic science ( 10-Oct-2022)Updated soon

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Nobel Prize in Physics 2022 List

The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences has decided to award the 2022 Nobel Prize in Physics to Alain Aspect, John F. Clauser and Anton Zeilinger “for experiments with entangled photons, establishing the violation of Bell inequalities and pioneering quantum information science.”
Alain Aspect, John Clauser and Anton Zeilinger have each conducted groundbreaking experiments using entangled quantum states, where two particles behave like a single unit even when they are separated. Their results have cleared the way for new technology based upon quantum information.
The ineffable effects of quantum mechanics are starting to find applications. There is now a large field of research that includes quantum computers, quantum networks and secure quantum encrypted communication.
One key factor in this development is how quantum mechanics allows two or more particles to exist in what is called an entangled state. What happens to one of the particles in an entangled pair determines what happens to the other particle, even if they are far apart.
For a long time, the question was whether the correlation was because the particles in an entangled pair contained hidden variables, instructions that tell them which result they should give in an experiment. In the 1960s, John Stewart Bell developed the mathematical inequality that is named after him. This states that if there are hidden variables, the correlation between the results of a large number of measurements will never exceed a certain value. However, quantum mechanics predicts that a certain type of experiment will violate Bell’s inequality, thus resulting in a stronger correlation than would otherwise be possible.
John Clauser developed John Bell’s ideas, leading to a practical experiment. When he took the measurements, they supported quantum mechanics by clearly violating a Bell inequality. This means that quantum mechanics cannot be replaced by a theory that uses hidden variables.
Some loopholes remained after John Clauser’s experiment. Alain Aspect developed the setup, using it in a way that closed an important loophole. He was able to switch the measurement settings after an entangled pair had left its source, so the setting that existed when they were emitted could not affect the result.
Using refined tools and long series of experiments, Anton Zeilinger started to use entangled quantum states. Among other things, his research group has demonstrated a phenomenon called quantum teleportation, which makes it possible to move a quantum state from one particle to one at a distance.
“It has become increasingly clear that a new kind of quantum technology is emerging. We can see that the laureates’ work with entangled states is of great importance, even beyond the fundamental questions about the interpretation of quantum mechanics,” says Anders Irbäck, Chair of the Nobel Committee for Physics.

Nobel Prize in physiology and medicine

find out about the 2022 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine about ancient DNA!
Through his pioneering research, Svante Pääbo accomplished something no one thought possible: sequencing the genome of Neanderthals, an extinct relative of present-day humans, or Homo sapiens. He also made the sensational discovery of a previously unknown type of human, or hominin, which came to be known as Denisova. The Nobel Prize lesson about the medicine prize includes a slideshow with a speaker’s manuscript, a short video and a student worksheet.

 How much Money Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 2022?

The prestigious award brings a gold medal and 10 million Swedish kronor (more than $1.14 million).
The prize money comes from a will left by the creator of the prize, the Swedish inventor Alfred Nobel, who died in 1895.

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Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2022 List

Karl Barry Sharpless-American chemist: – who is now being awarded his second Nobel Prize in Chemistry – started the ball rolling. Around the year 2000, he coined the concept of click chemistry, which is a form of simple and reliable chemistry, where reactions occur quickly and unwanted by-products are avoided.

Morten P. Meldal – Danish chemist: Shortly afterwards, Morten Meldal and Barry Sharpless – independently of each other – presented what is now the crown jewel of click chemistry: the copper catalysed azide-alkyne cycloaddition. This is an elegant and efficient chemical reaction that is now in widespread use. Among many other uses, it is utilised in the development of pharmaceuticals, for mapping DNA and creating materials that are more fit for purpose.

Carolyn R. Bertozzi– American chemist: Took click chemistry to a new level. To map important but elusive biomolecules on the surface of cells – glycans – she developed click reactions that work inside living organisms. Her bioorthogonal reactions take place without disrupting the normal chemistry of the cell.