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  • Two Jewish Scientists Share in Nobel Prize for Chemistry …

    Two Jewish American scientists whose torebears come to the United States from the Ukraine share this year’s Nobel Prize for chemistry with a British scientist for separate work involved in genetic engineering. Paul Berg, 54, of Stanford University, was awarded half the $215.000 prize while Walter Gilbert, 48, of Harvard, split the other half with… More ▸

  • And Jewish Scientist Wins Nobel Prize in Economics

    Prof. Lawrence Klein of the University of Pennsylvania, well known in Israel for his lectures on economics and expertise in Israel’s economic affairs, has won the 1980 Nobel Prize in economics, the Swedish Academy announced in Stockholm today. Klein received the $212,000 award for creating “econometric models and their application to the analysis of economic… More ▸

  • Sephardic Jew Shares 1980 Nobel Prize in the Field of Physiology

    Dr. Baruj Benacerraf, a Venezuelan-born American citizen engaged in research of Harvard University on how genetic makeup determines whether a person successfully combats cancer and other diseases, has become the first Sephardic Jew to win a Nobel Prize. Benacerraf, another American and a Frenchman won the 1980 Nobel Prize in physiology for their discoveries on… More ▸

  • Three Scientists, Two Jewish and One Moslem, Win Nobel Prize

    Two physicists, one the son and the other the grandson of Jewish immigrants, today became the third generation of Jewish professors at Harvard University to win the Nobel Prize for achievements in their specialized field. Sheldon Glashow and Steven Weinberg who were classmates in their high school and college days and now teach at Harvard,… More ▸

  • Carter is a Nobel Prize Candidate

    President Carter is one of the 56 candidates for this year’s Nobel Peace Prize for his role in the Israeli Egyptian peace treaty, Norwegian Nobel Institute director Jakob Sverdrup said yesterday. The winner will be announced Oct. 17 and the presentation will take place Dec. 10. The prize was awarded last year to Egyptian President… More ▸

  • A Night to Remember

    Last night was a night of nights to cap day of days at the White House. The solemn 45-minute Egyptian Israeli peace treaty signing in the afternoon on the north lawn was followed by a night-long state banquet under the red and yellow tent with a spillover in Blair House and champagne in the White… More ▸

  • Begin Receives Nobel Peace Prize

    The 1978 Nobel Peace Prize was awarded here today to Israeli Premier Menachem Begin and to Egyptian President Anwar Sadat, who was represented at the ceremony by former Parliament Speaker Said Marai. Both men, Begin in his address, and Sadat in his message read out by Marai, pledged themselves in the Israeli Premier’s words, to:… More ▸

  • Special to the JTA Curtain-raiser on Nobel Peace Prize Ceremonies December 10

    Israeli Premier Menachem Begin is due in Oslo tomorrow to attend the Nobel Peace Prize presentation Sunday afternoon. The ceremony will take place as scheduled, in the presence of the King and most members of the Norwegian government, in spite of Egyptian President Anwar Sadat’s decision not to attend. During their three-day stay in Norway,… More ▸