African and Africa-related Nobel Prize winners: portraitures in excellence
University Press of America, 2002 - Social Science - 357 pages
In African and Africa-Related Nobel Prize Winners, Uju Nkwocha Afulezi and Ugochukwu Uju Afulezi present the first assembled information on African and Africa-related Nobel Prize winners.
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Nomination and Selection of Nobel Laureates
Nobel Prize for Chemistry
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