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Nobel Prize Winners List 2023

Find out the winners of Nobel Prize 2023 with categories, name, and achievement for which they are awarded with the most prestigious Nobel Prize in 2023.
The Nobel Prize is the world’s most prestigious award, honoring individuals and organizations for outstanding achievements in physics, chemistry, medicine, literature, peace, and economics.

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Nobel Prize in Medicine / Physiology

Nobel Prize in Medicine / Physiology

The Winner of This Category are: 
1. Katalin Karikó, (Hungarian-American)
2. Drew Weissman, (American)
The Winner of This Category are: 
1. Katalin Karikó 
2. Drew Weissman

Category: Medicine

Why?
For their pioneering work on mRNA vaccines

Category: Physics

The Winner Nobel Prize in Physics are:
1. Pierre Agostini (France)
2. Ferenc Krausz (Hungary)
3. Anne L’Huillier (France)
1. Pierre Agostini
2. Ferenc Krausz
3. Anne L’Huillier
Category: Physics

Category: Physics

Why?
For experimental methods that generate attosecond pulses of light for the study of electron dynamics in matter

Category: Chemistry

The Winner Nobel Prize in Chemistry are:
1. Moungi G. Bawendi (USA-Tunisia-France)
2. Louis E. Brus (USA)
3. Alexei I. Ekimov (Russia)
1. Moungi G. Bawendi
2. Louis E. Brus,
3. Alexei I. Ekimov
Category: Chemistry

Category: Chemistry

Why?
For the discovery and synthesis of quantum dots

Category: Literature

The Winner Nobel Prize in Literature is:
Jon Fosse (Norway)
Jon Fosse
Category: Literature

Category: Literature

Why?
For his innovative plays and prose which give voice to the unsayable

Category: Peace

The Winner Nobel Prize in Peace
Narges Mohammadi (Iran)
Narges Mohammadi
Category: Peace

Category: Peace

Why?
For her fight against the oppression of women in Iran and her fight to promote human rights and freedom for all...

Category: Economics

The Winner Nobel Prize in Economics
Claudia Goldin (USA)
Claudia Goldin
Category: Economics

Category: Economics

Why?
for having advanced our understanding of women’s labour market outcomes