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Nobel's Greatest Hits

Country: U.S.A
Added: 2006
Category: Culture & History
Abstract: Since the Nobel Prize has been established, hundreds of distinguished talents have won this honor. There are medical experts who fight against germs ceaselessly, physical scientists who devote to exploring radioactive materials to bring benefits to humankind, chemists who go deep into the microcosmos and uncover the secrets there… "Nobel's Greatest Hits" introduces us to the Nobel Prize winners and the achievements that lead them to this honor.

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    Nobel: Super Cool

    This video introduces the research achievement the Nobel laureates in physics gaining in super conducting materials.There are experiment showing the way electrical current overpass conductors vividly, and demonstrates how the super conducting materials drop resistance. The achievement lays foundation for lowering pollution, saving energy sources, and increasing the transmission effect.
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    Electronic Communication

    Thanks to electronic communications, our world is a global village. We’re wired as never before. In no field of science do Nobel Prize winners so closely touch our lives. They spark the magic of radio. And they open a window on the world. In this program, we shall introduce the fast development of electronic communications.
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    The Study of Radioactivity

    The French physicist Henri Becquerel is the first to notice that minerals containing uranium emit strange penetrating rays. His friends, Pierre and Marie, Curie, who share with him the Nobel Prize for Physics, study such“radioactive” minerals and discover–radium. Radioactivity is a force for good and a force for bad – however justified the end. In medicine, radioactivity is a boon.
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    Quantum Leaps

    Inside the atom where distances are tiny, things don't behave in a way that we are familiar. Classical mechanics no longer works. They must yield to quantum mechanics. But physicists realize that not only do quantum mechanics work in the small-scale, they apply to the large-scale where they're identical with Newton's predictions.
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    Nobel——The Man

    Alfred Bernhard Nobel was the world's most famous Swede, founder of the world's most famous prize. Yet were it not for his famous conscience, this chemist, engineer and industialist, would never have bequeathed the Nobel Prize, for Alfred Nobel is the inventor of dynamite. And so dismayed is he at its use in warfare that he determines to make amends. His Nobel Prizes are conferred on "those who, in the preceding year, shall have conferred the greatest benefit to mankind".
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    Nobel——Impulse

    Our nervous system has two main parts. The first——the central nervous system——interprets information and coordinates responses. The second part is the peripheral nervous system——an all-body network that flashes data to the brain and from the brain. Two physicians first describe the complex structure of the central nervous system——the Spaniard Ramon Y. Canal and the Italian Camilla Gorge. For this insight, they share the Nobel Prize in Medicine.
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    Nobel——Loners

    Most ideas that wash up in Sweden and win a Nobel Prize are scientific progressions-ideas that build on ideas. But occasionally, a single powerful innovation-unconnected to the work of other prize winners takes the honors. These are three such stories.
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    Nobel——In the Blood

    What can be done about cardiovascular disease? With an x-ray camera to guide him, the surgeon feeds a catheter into the patient's heart. Cardiac catheterization allows the most accurate diagnosis-from within. The surgeon can assess blood pressure and quantity-and the condition of the heart chambers and coronary arteries.
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    Nobel——Battling the Bugs

    Invisible to the naked eye, the largest just a few thousandths of a millimeter, bacteria multiply like wildfire. In the war against disease, this is how Nobel laureates battle these virulent bugs.
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    Nobel——The Code Breakers

    Having cracked the genetic code, scientists are become engineers. By isolating a single gene from among millions, a characteristic can be transferred from one organism to another.
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    Nobel——Cracking the Comos

    We live in a world of complexity. Yet our countryside, our cities, every man, woman and child, everything in our world and in worlds beyond, has one thing in common. We consist of matter-92 elements that pervade the cosmos. But where did matter originate? And how were those elements conceive?
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    Nobel——See Through

    This vedio introduces the extraodinary achievements of the Nobel Prize winners, such as transmission electron microscope, radiograph, the CAT scanner, ultrasound, MRI,etc.
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    Nobel——Beyond the Atom

    This is the story of how Nobel Prize winners excavate matter. How they tear the tiniest component. How they take us into atom and beyond.