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Immigrants and Refugees Are Among America’s 2017 Nobel Prize Winners

Written by on October 19, 2017 in Demographics, Economics, Employment Based, Integration with 0 Comments
Immigrants and Refugees Are Among America’s 2017 Nobel Prize Winners

The Nobel Prizes, awarded annually in recognition of extraordinary achievement in physics, chemistry, physiology or medicine, literature, and peace, have once again been won by Americans who came here as immigrants and refugees. Three out of the five Nobel Prize categories included immigrants or refugees. Immigrants have a history of winning The Nobel Foundation’s numerous […]

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Four Out of Nine of this Year’s U.S. Nobel Prize Winners are Immigrants

Written by on October 16, 2013 in Economics, Employment and Wages, Integration with 3 Comments
Four Out of Nine of this Year’s U.S. Nobel Prize Winners are Immigrants

What does an eight year old boy escaping the Nazis on a boat to the United States have in common with the award-winning chemist who taught at some of the most preeminent Universities in the United States?  Easy:  they’re the same person.  Martin Karplus, an Austrian-born chemist who holds American citizenship was honored last week […]

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