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nobel laureates


The Nobel Prize, established by Alfred Nobel in 1895, has been a beacon of recognition for exceptional contributions to humanity across various fields. Despite historical challenges, women have defied odds, breaking barriers, and leaving an indelible mark on the world through their outstanding achievements. Let's delve into it.

"Honoring Women's Achievements in Science, Literature, and Peace"

  • Country: Albania (Born), India (Work)
  • Occupation: Missionary, Nun
  • Nobel Prize: Peace (1979)
  • Contributions: Humanitarian work and dedication to the poor and sick


  • Country: Poland/France
  • Occupation: Physicist/Chemist
  • Nobel Prizes: Physics (1903),
  • Chemistry (1911) Contributions: Pioneering research on radioactivity.

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Dorothy Crowfoot Hodgkin

  • Country: United Kingdom
  • Occupation: Chemist
  • Nobel Prize: Chemistry (1964)
  • Contributions: Determining the structures of important biochemical substances

Wangari Maathai

  • Country: Kenya Occupation: Environmentalist, Political Activist
  • Nobel Prize: Peace (2004)
  • Contributions: Environmental conservation and women's rights advocacy
  • Contributions: Advocacy for girls' education and human rights
  • Country: Pakistan
  • Occupation: Activist, Author
  • Nobel Prize: Peace (2014)

Malala Yousafzai

  • Country: Poland Occupation: Writer
  • Nobel Prize: Literature (2018),
The Book of Jacobs
  • Contributions: Masterful storytelling and exploration of human experience

Olga Tokarczuk

  • Country: Israel
  • Occupation: Crystallographer
  • Nobel Prize: Chemistry (2009)
  • Contributions: Studying the structure and function of ribosomes

Ada Yonath

  • Contributions: Discovering artemisinin, a drug used to treat malaria
  • Country: China
  • Occupation: Pharmaceutical Chemist
  • Nobel Prize: Physiology or Medicine (2015)

Tu Youyou

  • Country: Iran
  • Occupation: Lawyer, Human Rights Activist
  • Nobel Prize: Peace (2003)
  • Contributions: Advocacy for human rights, particularly women's and children's rights

Shirin Ebadi

  • Country: Czechoslovakia (Born), United States
  • (Work) Occupation: Biochemist
  • Nobel Prize: Physiology or Medicine (1947)
  • Contributions: Discovery of the course of the catalytic conversion of glycogen

Gerty Cori

Their collective contributions have not only advanced knowledge and understanding but have also championed peace, justice, and equality worldwide. Together, let's continue to celebrate and support the diverse voices and talents of women in shaping a better world for all.