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The Nobel science prizes: The good, the bad, the ugly

Kirstin R.W. Matthews | Kenneth M. Evans | Daniel Morali | Flora Naylor

The Nobel science prizes: The good, the bad, the ugly.

To better reflect the iterative collaboration necessary for scientific progress, the Nobel Prize must expand its recognition to the many contributors of winning discoveries as well as diversify the selection committee, thereby also expanding recognition of the work of underrepresented minorities, argues this Baker Institute Blog post.