Scientific American Innovators: Nobel Prize Winners—Who Changed Our World
Awarded each year in Stockholm, Sweden, to some of the greatest minds on earth, the Nobel Prize recognizes groundbreaking discoveries in a variety of disciplines. Scientific American Innovators celebrates some of the most revolutionary scientific accomplishments in this 112-page special issue, Nobel Prize Winners. Learn more about the remarkable men and women responsible for the “A-ha!” moments in science that have forever changed how we understand ourselves and the world around us. In this issue, you’ll unlock the genetic code through the discoveries of Watson and Crick, examine the structure and nature of memory with neuroscientist Eric Kandel, explore the nature of radioactivity with the first female Nobel Laureate Marie Curie and witness the birth and evolution of immunology from the early discoveries of Louis Pasteur to modern-day HIV and AIDS research.