A statistical analysis and interpretation of the more than 700 Nobel prizes given in the fields of Chemistry, Physics, Medicine, Peace, Literature, and Economics between 1901 and 2000the first 100 years of the awards existence. The book also looks at whether there are any common factors among Nobel winners, no matters the year or the field in which the award was given. It finds interesting evidence that there well might be. Includes multiple charts, graphs, and lists about the Nobel Prizes.
Baruch Aba Shalev is a genetist headquartered in Israel. He earned his Bachelor of Science degree from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and his Masters from the University of California, Davis. His Ph.D. in genetics was awarded by the University of Reading in the United Kingdom. He has been involved in research and teaching for the past 35 years. He consults with many countries interested in improving their animal production and has published over 200 scientific papers. He has applied his interest in statistics to the Nobel prizes to achieve some interesting insights and conclusions. Dr. Shalev was born in Jerusalem and currently lives in Herzliya. He is married, has three children.