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Russian scientists are among possible Nobel Prize winners

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Russian scientists are among possible Nobel Prize winners


Eric Arnold, Ava Helen and Linus Pauling Papers//wikipedia.orgTwo Russian scientists are in the forecast list of the Nobel Prize nominees, published by Clarivate Analytics, TASS reports. Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences Rashid Sunuyaev (Astrophysics) and Chemist Georgiy Shulpin became first Russian scientists over the last fifteen years to enter the extended list composed by the scientific analysts of this company.
Apart from them, Clarivate Analytics included into the list twenty nominees for the Nobel Prize from Great Britain, Germany, India, USA, Japan and some other countries into this list having analyzed their publications and citedness of the scientific works.

Employee of the Russian Space Research Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences Rashid Sunyaev is well known in the scientific world. He is a nominee for many awards and scholarships in the field of astrophysics. This year academician Sunyaev received the State Award of the Russian Federation.

Georgiy Shulpin is also working in the Russian Academy of Sciences. The analysts suppose that he may become the nominee of the Award “For Extremely Important Contribution to C-H Functionalization”.
It is noteworthy that Clarivate Analytics forecasts are often true. Thus, more than forty scientists included into the forecasts became the winners of the most prestigious prize in the world judging by citedness of their publications over the last fifteen years.

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