Top 10 Nobel Laureates Whose Work Changed the World
Aung San Suu Kyi: Laureate Aung San Suu Kyi gives a speech at the Nobel Peace Prize award ceremony in Oslo, Norway.
Hermann Muller: For every technological advance, there are trade-offs and potential side effects. Thanks to the work of Hermann Muller.
Crick, Watson and Wilkins: James Watson, Francis Crick and other Nobel laureates pose for a photograph in 1962.
Martin Luther King, Jr: Martin Luther King, Jr. receives his Nobel Peace Prize in Oslo in 1964.
Ivan Pavlov: In this photograph taken in 1925, Dr. Ivan Pavlov and his assistants demonstrate how conditioned reflexes work in dogs.
Mother Teresa: Mother Teresa accepts her Nobel Peace Prize in 1979.
Alexander Fleming, Ernst Chain and Howard Florey: Sir Alexander Fleming in his lab in 1954.
The International Committee of the Red Cross: In a world ripped apart by war, the Red Cross did its part to heal many, many wounds. The organization won Nobel Peace.
Albert Einstein: Albert Einstein attends a dinner with fellow Nobel laureates in 1933.
Marie Curie: Marie Curie was the first woman to win a Nobel Prize.