Nobel Prize Money?

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The amount of the Nobel prize money each recipient receives varies from year to year based on the finances of the Award Committee. In 2009 the amount equaled 1.9 million however it has since tapered. The grant can be awarded half and half if there are two people in the categories, divided into thirds for three, or split in other methods at the discretion of the committee. The money is often donated by the recipient to other causes.
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= 10 000.000 Swedish kronor = 1, 672.16 U.S. dollars = about 1-2 million. Not to say a lifetime supple of Swiss cheese and Hershey 's chocolate.
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