: Natural selection will destroy us." New Scientist, February 23.
Allison, a professor at the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston and a mean blues harmonica player, developed the groundbreaking cancer treatment known as"immune checkpoint therapy" along with fellow Nobelist
Tasuku Honjo of Kyoto University.
Albert Camus, a Nobelist
who was born in Africa, argued that there is only one important question in philosophy: deciding on whether or not life is worth living.
Indeed, the escape has been dubbed -- by my good friend, mentor, and Nobelist
Robert "Bob" Mundell -- as the "Afghan Effect".
Orhan Pamuk noted the complexity in a Telegraph interview with Sameer Rahim: "Istanbul is a vast place.
Its charm, I think, derives from the reader's observing a very good novelist (and future Nobelist
?) in an amused mood.
In the sections "Man of Tsarist Science, 1891-1904" and "Nobelist
in the Silver Age, 1904--1914," Todes analyzes Pavlov's research on the physiology of digestion, which brought him the Nobel Prize, and his subsequent shift away from that research for a new and very ambitious project--the study of conditional and unconditional reflexes in dogs.
At the local science museum's new exhibit about graphene, I learned that Geim is the only Nobelist
who has also been honored with an Ig Nobel (which has fun celebrating seemingly useless research in science).
The famous Joshua Lederberg, Nobelist
in Microbiology once said, "The biggest single threat to man's continued dominance on this planet is the virus." (20) Unfortunately for us, how very prescient he was!
Robert Lucas' words from 1988 [Lucas 1988] are out of step with the more common refrain of the guild's leaders today.
Frank quotes the Nobelist
Joseph Stiglitz: "What were we saying to the country, to our young people, when we lowered capital gains taxes and raised taxes on those who earned their living by working?