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Nobel Coverage Archive

Dark matter research by Rubin and Ford is a plausible choice for this year’s selection.

Ben P. Stein, Contributor

Discoveries led to development of something even better than microscopes. Nanoscopes.

Ben P. Stein, Contributor

2 Americans and a German share award for circumventing theoretical limit of magnification.

Chris Gorski, Editor

Winner Nakamura said that "you need a very, very brave heart" to follow a research angle others dismiss.

Chris Gorski, Editor

Two Japanese scientists and one American share prize for inventing LEDs used to make energy-efficient white light.

Ben P. Stein, Contributor

Join us for our full coverage of the 2014 Nobel Prizes.

Chris Gorski, Editor

A British-American and two Norwegian neuroscientists win the award for Physiology or Medicine.

Joel Shurkin, Contributor

An interactive look at the Science Nobel Prizes.

Sara Rennekamp, Contributing Editor

First a hint: my pick comes from the field of condensed-matter physics.

Ben P. Stein, Contributor

Reflections on more than twenty years of writing about the Nobel Prizes.

Ben P. Stein, Contributor