March 20, 2011

Japanese scientists have won 10 Nobel prizes in science since 2000


"The awarding of the Nobel Prize for chemistry to Akira Suzuki and Ei-ichi Negishi, alongside co-winner Richard Heck of the U.S., brings to 10 the number of Japanese scientists to win Nobels since 2000, and might be a good occasion to rethink further Japan’s postwar history."




Source: What Nobel Prizes Say About Japan
October 7, 2010
WSJ
http://blogs.wsj.com/japanrealtime/2010/10/07/what-nobel-prizes-say-about-japan/

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