A Comprehensive Study of 100+ Years of the Nobel Prizes and Five Prestigious Intellectual Awards is Now Available

December 9, 2009

LOS ANGELES, Dec. 9 /PRNewswire/ — The most comprehensive book covering the world’s most important intellectual awards is now available. The fourth edition of “100+ Years of Nobel Prizes and More” provides expansive coverage of all of the world’s most important intellectual awards.

“100+ Years of Nobel Prizes and More” includes complete information about the patterns and changes in the prizes since 1901, plus analysis of the Turing Award in computing, the Pritzker Prize in architecture, the Templeton Prize in religion, the Fields Medal in mathematics, and the Praemium Imperiale Prize in the arts.

Author Baruch Aba Shalev takes a unique approach to the study of intellectual awards, applying statistical analysis to study what changes and patterns have occurred over the past 100 years.

With President Obama receiving the 2009 Peace Prize, added interest is sure to attract readers to the book’s insights and conclusions. “100+ Years of Nobel Prizes and More” offers an analysis of how hardship propelled more than 67% of all prize winners, a fascinating finding for libraries, and for educators, historians, journalists, researchers and those interested in architecture, chemistry, economics, literature, mathematics, medicine, physics, religion, the arts, and the peace process.

“100+ Years of Nobel Prizes and More” is available through The Americas Group at www.americasgroup.com Contact Godfrey Harris, Managing Editor of The Americas Group at hrmg@mac.com or call (1) 310 476 6374. Earlier editions of the Nobel Prize book have been especially useful for public libraries, private libraries, university libraries, research libraries, and others.

About the Author

Baruch Aba Shalev is an author, professor and noted geneticist headquartered in Israel. Dr. Shalev earned his Bachelor of Science degree from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, his Masters from the University of California, Davis, and his Ph.D. in genetics from the University of Reading in the United Kingdom. Involved in research and teaching for the past 35 years, he has applied his interest in statistics to the Nobel awards to achieve interesting observations and findings.

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