Nobel Prize 2019: John Goodenough, Stanley Wittingham and Akira Yoshino received Chemistry Nobel Prize:
Nobel of medicine was first declared
The announcement of this year’s Nobel Prizes has started on October 7. The first Nobel Prize for Medicine was announced. 8 was announced the Nobel Prize in Physics and 9 on today. Now 10 will be announced for literature and 11 for Nobel Peace Prize. The name of the Nobel laureate in Economics will be announced on October 14.
— The Nobel Prize (@NobelPrize) October 9, 2019
What does one get in Nobel Prize?
Every winner of the Nobel Prize is given an amount of about four and a half crores. Along with this, a 200 gram medal and citation made of 23 carat gold is also given. On one side of the medal is written the image of Alfred Nobel, the father of the Nobel Prize, the date of his birth and death. On the other side of the medal is a picture of the Greek goddess Isis, the Royal Academy of Science Stockholm and information about the person who received the award.
Significantly, the Nobel Prize is given every year in memory of Sweden’s scientist Alfred Nobel. It started in 1901. These awards are given in the fields of medicine, physics, chemistry, literature, peace and economics.