Tор 10 Youngest Nobel Laureates of All Time

1.  Malala Yousafzai


Malala Yousafzai

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The wonderful, strong education activist who was shot as a teenager by the Pakistani Taliban when she was just 15years of age, Malala Yousafzai is the youngest Nobel Prize winner for her strong campaign for universal education. Ever since, she continued to push on the campaign for universal education even and currently she is based in the U.K and has not given up on her vision.

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2.  Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar


Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar

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Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar is an Indian American who received the Nobel Physics Prize, at age 19 he started his journey from Britain to India by ship in order to carry out his work. He was awarded for his theoretical studies of the physical processes for vital structure and evolution of the stars. His theories are been regarded as the best models of the later evolutionary stages of massive star and black holes.

3.  Lawrence Bragg


Lawrence Bragg

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The 25 years Noble Physics Prize winner Lawrence Bragg was the youngest to have the prize for his services in the analysis of crystal structure by means of X-rays. Most people say his success would be unbroken for the next 99 years, rating him as the second Nobel Laureate winner of all time.

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4.  Werner Heisenberg


Werner Heisenberg

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 One of the key pioneers of quantum mechanics as he is known, Werner Heisenberg has been given honorary doctorate from the university of Bruxelles university of technology Karlsruhe as well as Budapest University. At age 31 he won the Nobel Physics Prize which is for the creation of quantum mechanics, its application of which has inter alia, it led to the discovery of the allotropic form of hydrogen. He was regarded as the solo winner of the prize in the year 1932.

5.  Paul A.M Dirac


Paul A.M Dirac

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In 1933 Paul A.M Dirac won the Noble Physics Prize at age 31 for the discovery of new productive forms of atomic theory, he served as a professor in many universities teaching students which included the university of Cambridge, University of Miami not forgetting the University of Florida. He was considered one of the key men whose work in the field of quantum mechanics and quantum electrodynamics is still a landmark to many.

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6.  Carl D Anderson


Carl D Anderson

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Carl D Anderson won the Noble Physics Prize in the 1936; he was 31years of age when he won the award. The prize for his discovery of positron, he was amongst the winners of the medal by Elliot Cresson, he wasn’t just an influence but also he made significant contributions towards the discovery of muon.

7.  Tsung- Dao Lee


Tsung- Dao Lee

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Tsung-Dao Lee is a Chinese, born in America who became a physicist who later won the noble physics prize in the year 1957. He was 31years, who was awarded for penetrating investigation of the so-called parity laws. This led to the discovery of important elementary particles; he shared his prize with other Chinese- American Chen Ning Yang who were the first Chinese to receive the noble prize.

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8.  Rudolf Mossbauer


Rudolf Mossbauer

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The German physicist won the noble physics prize at age 32 in the year 1961. He also won several medals which includes the Elliot Cresson Medal and Lomonosov Gold Medal during his life time. He received an award for his discovery of this connection of the effect which bears his name and for his researches concerning the resonance absorption of gamma radiation.

9.  Frederick G. Banting


Frederick G. Banting

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A doctor, medical scientist, and painter won the Nobel Prize for Psychology in 1923, for the ground breaking discovery for insulin. He was only 32years at the time he won and was credited as the first person to use insulin on humans. Fredrick G. Banting is referred to as the youngest noble laureate winner in psychology till date. He was also voted as the forth place on the greatest Canadian.

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10.  Tawakkol Karman


Tawakkol Karman

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The 2011 noble prize winner Tawakkol Karman she was 32 when she received her award. Tawakkol Karman is a journalist and politician for Yemeni; she won based on her long struggle for women and women rights and their safety. She is the first Arab and first Yemeni to win the noble prize, she is a leader and co- founder of an organization is runs which started in 2005. The group is called the “Women Journalist without Chains”.