by Health Editorial Staff
The scientist will receive a reward of just under one million euros (11 million SEK). The prize will be awarded in two months, on December 10th in Oslo
The announcement of the 2023 Nobel Prize for Medicine will be made at 11.30 on Monday 2 October at the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm, Sweden.
The scientist will receive a reward of just under one million euros (11 million SEK). The prize will be awarded in two months, on December 10th in Oslo.
In 2022 the award was awarded to the Swedish biologist Svante Pbo for his discoveries on the genome and human evolution. The victory was linked to his discoveries regarding the genomes of extinct hominids and human evolution. The research of the Swedish biologist, who sequenced the Neanderthal genome, was recently recalled as part of the study carried out by the Mario Negri Institute in Bergamo on Neanderthal genes linked to severe Covid.
The Nobel Prize for Physics will be awarded on Tuesday 3 October; Wednesday 4 October the one for Chemistry; Thursday 5 October the one for Literature; Friday 6 October the one for peace. The last announcement, the Economy, scheduled for Monday 9 October
As he writes Nature
scientists often receive the prize decades after their groundbreaking research: nearly half of the winners receive the Prize more than 20 years after the research that made them Nobel-worthy.
A decision has been made. Ballots have been counted from the Nobel Assembly. Who has been awarded the 2023 #NobelPrize in Physiology or Medicine? Find out at 11:30 CEST today.
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