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Out of 465 Documented Cases of Medical Self-Experimentation, 8 of Them Resulted in Death, and 12 Won Nobel Prizes.

Nobel Prizes are in physics, chemistry, physiology or medicine, literature, and peace. Nobel Prizes are typically the highest honors possible in their respective professions. The award ceremonies are held on an annual basis. Each awardee receives a gold medal, a diploma, and monetary compensation. But how many Nobel Prize winners experimented on themselves? In 8 …

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Nobel Prize Sperm Bank

A Group Created a Sperm Bank Exclusively Containing the Semen of Nobel Prize Winners in Hopes of Selectively Birthing the Next Generation of Geniuses

A sperm bank is a facility or business that buys, stores, and sells human sperm. Men who are known as sperm donors generate and sell sperm. The sperm is purchased by or for someone else to achieve a pregnancy or pregnancies other than by a sexual partner. Donor sperm is sperm sold by a sperm …

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James Chadwick

What Did Sir James Chadwick Actually Want to Study?

Sir James Chadwick was an English physicist who won the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1935 for his discovery of the neutron. Ironically, Chadwick did not intend to study physics for his undergraduate degree. There was a slight miscommunication that led to this, but the bigger question is, what did he want to study back …

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Who Found the Cure to Malaria?

Malaria is endemic to tropical regions and is usually acquired from being bitten by the female Anopheles mosquito. In the early part of the twentieth century, there were no treatments for the disease. But did you know that the cure for Malaria was developed in the early seventies? A Chinese pharmaceutical chemist, Tu Youyou, discovered …

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