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Official Web Site of the Nobel Prize

Check out this website to learn about the current winners including Bob Dylan, the winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature for creating a new style of music
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Nobel Prize Day is 12/10. Prizes are awarded annually for outstanding contributions in physics, chemistry, medicine, and literature. Check out this website to learn about the current winners including Bob Dylan, the winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature for creating a new style of music. Find out why Alfred Nobel created the Prize; learn about any of the recipients since 1901! Read about the “Women Who Changed the World” and the youngest Nobel Laureate ever, who was only 17.

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