From auction houses to eBay, this is how people buy up Nobel Prizes and space rocks.
You've been slacking since 1901, Paris.
The three U.S.-based researchers sharing this year's Nobel Prize in Physiology Or Medicine were announced this morning. Happy Nobel Prize week.
Linda B. Buck, co-winner of the 2004 Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine, retracts a 2001 Nature paper, citing irreproducible results.
They're not magic medals of blamelessness
Three U.S. geneticists claim a 2009 Nobel Prize for discovering the genetic code of cell aging
How Thomson Reuters analyst David Pendlebury makes impressively accurate predictions of who will win.
The Ig Nobel Prize studies are not a joke, but that's not to say you won't laugh.
There have been quite a few controversies over the years.
The prize, awarded jointly to three scientists, celebrates the discovery of the immune system's front-line responders--though one winner succumbed to cancer three days before
The Ig Nobel Prizes are in! Here are the winners of the strangest science awards of the year.
Knowledge about how brains navigate through the world could help doctors understand what happens when Alzheimer's patients lose their ability to navigate.
1 experiment. 1,011 people.
For insight into the self-destructive tendencies of cells
The annual celebration of the year's silliest science starts at 5:40 p.m.
Canada's Arthur B. McDonald and Japan's Takaaki Kajita will split the nearly $1M prize
But not really. A research paper shows how perfectly verified statistical results can still be perfectly wrong.
And she's giving it all away.
A rare nod to technology over fundamental physics.
Chemistry that cures disease and creates a greener world.