Posted by: bluesyemre | October 16, 2013

The amazing history of the Nobel Prize, told in maps and charts

  • The United States added three more Nobel laureates to its roster on Monday, all in economics, bringing the national total to an astounding 347 in the prize’s history. That’s the most of any country in the world, by far: next-highest ranked is Britain with 120 laureates. Up top is a heat map showing which countries have had the most Nobel laureates in the prize’s history. Most countries have zero Nobel laureates. The faint yellow countries have received exactly one Nobel in the 113 years since the first prize was given. There’s a small cluster of orange countries with maybe 10 to 15 Nobel laureates. A very tiny group of dark red countries have taken most of the Nobel prizes.



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