The entire world is filled up with billions of human beings, from which few just carryout their daily tasks and leads routine life. In the midst of such human beings, few remain focused and strive hard to make new innovations that may be useful. And such individuals have higher chances to become a Nobel laureate and win a prize at Nobel Prize award ceremony that is held annually at the Stockholm Concert Hall.
Every year Nobel Prize is awarded by the Norwegian Nobel Committee to various individuals who made outstanding contributions in the field of Chemistry, Physiology, Peace, Literature and Physics. This prestigious award ceremony will capture the attentions of millions of people across the world and every year people from different countries are awarded with Noble prizes for their marvelous and stunning inventions.
It’s a matter of pride, when it comes to number of Nobel Laureates in each country. People from few supreme countries like United States, United Kingdom, Germany, France, Sweden, Russia, Canada and many more have received this Noble award quite a few times.
America with a total of 338 Nobel Prizes under its belt will lead the list of countries with more Nobel Prizes. United Kingdom with 119 awards and Germany with 101 awards are two other countries with more number of Nobel laureates when compared to other countries.
The infographic provides information about few individuals who received the prestigious Nobel award at pretty young age and individuals who were awarded the Nobel Prize at fag end of their life.