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These are the 4 people who won the Nobel price twice! [Random Knowledge #9]
posted February 18 2013 21:12.54 by Giorgos Lazaridis

There are indeed four people who won the Nobel price twice! Maria Sklodowska-Curie in 1903 was awarded with the Nobel prize of physics for for discovery of radioactivity , and in 1911 for isolating pure radium (Chemistry). John Bardeen won the Nobel prize of physics twice, once in 1956 for for invention of the transistor and once in 1972 for writing the theory of superconductivity. Linus Pauling was awarded with the Nobel prize of chemistry in 1954 for the research into the chemical bond in terms of complex substances, and then in 1962 won the Nobel prize for Peace for anti-nuclear activism. And finally, Frederick Sanger was awarded twice with the Nobel prize of chemistry for discovering the structure of the insulin molecule (1958) and for inventing a method to determine base sequences in DNA (1980). Brilliant minds

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