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Business Insight presented by Arlington Dermatology Winners are..... This is a very special time of year when the scientific minds receive calls from Stockholm with a message from the Noble Prize Assembly, awarding the most prestigious distinction in various fields of science and arts: Noble Prize. Awarded since 1901, Noble is received in Physics, Chemistry, Physiology and Medicine, Literature, and Peace. Certainly, criteria of selecting candidates and the process of identifying the winners are dependent on each field and have been kept private and secret by the Assembly. Anybody can be nominated but the verification of achievements is very strict and often surprising. On a trivia-interest note, the youngest scientist awarded Noble was Fredrick Banting, who received it in 1923 for discovery of insulin. In 1903 and 1911, the award was given to a Polish-French chemist, Marie Curie-Sklodowska, whose life-long laboratory work led to discovery and practical, also medical, use of radiation. global warming science but, thanks to their Marie died from her own discovery, very mathematical and physical studies, being exposed to enormous amount of for the first time, connections between unprotected radiation for years. This year, the Noble Prize in Medicine mathematically proven. went to a couple of very distinguished scientists: David Julius from University of and years of studies leading to them are California in San Francisco discovered the paths of receptors responsible for human's feeling of temperature and touch. The discovery will allow for further work on pain barriers associated with 'burning' levels of and tirelessly dedicated to academic life and temperature, our tolerance to its pain, and development of safe remedies eliminating global the connection matters: they come that pain. He shares the award with originally from all over the world, Armenia, Ardem Parapoutian, whose work credits Japan, USA, Italy, and Germany. How can you him for finding the cellular mechanism and the underlying gene that translates a mechanical force on our skin into an electric nerve signal. Few hours after announcing the medicine achievements also confirm often forgotten award, another group of scientists received principles: hard work, persistent attempts a call: this time in physics. Syukuro Manabe, to reach your goals, patience, open mind, Klaus Hasselmann, and Giorgio Parisi shared social responsibility, and looking into a the prize for physical modeling of Earth's climate, connection between temperature and carbon dioxide, links between weather and climate, and understanding of seemingly spending some time exploring their studies random behavior of some physical materials and understanding their dedication. Please, and their influence on climate. All three scientists are early pioneers of climate and human actions and global warming were Of course, the details of the discoveries far beyond the common human being mind but, there are some quite interesting patterns connecting these individuals: first and foremost, their lives have been entirely work. Secondly, their names alone show how get a more diverse team? And finally, their work started many years ago and predicted many of the events that we are currently witnessing and attempting to prevent. Their better future for humankind. What a change and hope we all can get from reading about their work! It is worth do. Michael Bukhalo, MD Arlington Dermatology 5301 Keystone Court Rolling Meadows, IL 60008 Tel. 847 392 5440 | www.arlingtondermatology.net Business Insight presented by Arlington Dermatology Winners are..... This is a very special time of year when the scientific minds receive calls from Stockholm with a message from the Noble Prize Assembly, awarding the most prestigious distinction in various fields of science and arts: Noble Prize. Awarded since 1901, Noble is received in Physics, Chemistry, Physiology and Medicine, Literature, and Peace. Certainly, criteria of selecting candidates and the process of identifying the winners are dependent on each field and have been kept private and secret by the Assembly. Anybody can be nominated but the verification of achievements is very strict and often surprising. On a trivia-interest note, the youngest scientist awarded Noble was Fredrick Banting, who received it in 1923 for discovery of insulin. In 1903 and 1911, the award was given to a Polish-French chemist, Marie Curie-Sklodowska, whose life-long laboratory work led to discovery and practical, also medical, use of radiation. global warming science but, thanks to their Marie died from her own discovery, very mathematical and physical studies, being exposed to enormous amount of for the first time, connections between unprotected radiation for years. This year, the Noble Prize in Medicine mathematically proven. went to a couple of very distinguished scientists: David Julius from University of and years of studies leading to them are California in San Francisco discovered the paths of receptors responsible for human's feeling of temperature and touch. The discovery will allow for further work on pain barriers associated with 'burning' levels of and tirelessly dedicated to academic life and temperature, our tolerance to its pain, and development of safe remedies eliminating global the connection matters: they come that pain. He shares the award with originally from all over the world, Armenia, Ardem Parapoutian, whose work credits Japan, USA, Italy, and Germany. How can you him for finding the cellular mechanism and the underlying gene that translates a mechanical force on our skin into an electric nerve signal. Few hours after announcing the medicine achievements also confirm often forgotten award, another group of scientists received principles: hard work, persistent attempts a call: this time in physics. Syukuro Manabe, to reach your goals, patience, open mind, Klaus Hasselmann, and Giorgio Parisi shared social responsibility, and looking into a the prize for physical modeling of Earth's climate, connection between temperature and carbon dioxide, links between weather and climate, and understanding of seemingly spending some time exploring their studies random behavior of some physical materials and understanding their dedication. Please, and their influence on climate. All three scientists are early pioneers of climate and human actions and global warming were Of course, the details of the discoveries far beyond the common human being mind but, there are some quite interesting patterns connecting these individuals: first and foremost, their lives have been entirely work. Secondly, their names alone show how get a more diverse team? And finally, their work started many years ago and predicted many of the events that we are currently witnessing and attempting to prevent. Their better future for humankind. What a change and hope we all can get from reading about their work! It is worth do. Michael Bukhalo, MD Arlington Dermatology 5301 Keystone Court Rolling Meadows, IL 60008 Tel. 847 392 5440 | www.arlingtondermatology.net