What Are the Requirements to Win a Nobel Prize?


Nearly everyone has heard of the Nobel Prize, but not many know what the requirements are to win one. There are no steadfast or clear-cut rules as to how the winners are determined. Some of the requirements include advancing human knowledge, creating solutions to world problems, or creating shifts in thinking for a particular field like physics. Some notable examples of people who have wone a Nobel Prize are Mother Teresa, Nelson Mandela, Jody Williams, and Albert Einstein.
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