Bilal Ramadan wrote
Tuesday, October 3, 2023 at 06:00 PM
New scientists wrote their names in history Nobel Prize in PhysicsAfter the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences announced today, they, Pierre Agostini, Ferenc Kroes and Anne Lhuillier have won this unique award for 2023.
From the inception of the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1901 to 2023, the Academy’s record number of scientists who have won it is 224, including a two-time winner.
Nobel Prize Medal
Number of Nobel Prizes in Physics
The Nobel Prize in Physics has been awarded 117 times from 1901 to the present, and has not been awarded six times in the following years: 1916, 1931, 1934, 1940, 1941 and 1942.
According to the law of the Nobel Foundation: If no work under consideration turns out to be of the importance mentioned in the first paragraph, the financial prize is kept until the following year. If the award is not made, even at that time, the amount will be added to the restricted fund of the trust. During World Wars I and II, fewer Nobel Prizes were awarded.
Nobel Prize in Physics
47 prizes were awarded to one winner alone.
It was shared equally by 32 scientists
It was split 38 times between three winners.
According to the law of the Nobel Foundation, the prize money can be divided equally between two works, and each of them is considered worthy of a prize. If two or three persons produce the work to be rewarded, the award is given to them jointly. Under no circumstances should the prize money be split between more than three persons.
Number of Nobel Laureates in Physics
The Nobel Prize in Physics has been awarded to 225 winners in the period from 1901 to 2023, including scientist John Bardeen who won the Nobel Prize twice, bringing the number of winners since 1901 to 224 scientists.
Three scientists have won the 2023 Nobel Prize in Physics
Nobel laureates in physics
Of the 224 winners of the Nobel Prize in Physics, only five women scientists have won.
1903 – Marie Curie (also won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1911).
1963 – Maria Gobert Meyer
2018 – Donna Strickland
2020 – Andrea Guess
2023 – Anne Lhuillier.
Two time Nobel laureates
John Bardeen is the only scientist to win the Nobel Prize in Physics twice, first in 1956 and second in 1972.