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A Kurt AdlerKurt Adler - Noble Prize Winner from Chemistry - 1950




Georg BednorzGeorg Bednorz - Noble Prize Winner from Phisics - 1987
I was born in Neuenkirchen, North-Rhine Westphalia, in the Federal Republic of Germany on May 16, 1950, as the fourth child of Anton and Elisabeth Bednorz. My parents, originating from Silesia, had lost sight of each other during the turbulences of World War II, when my sister and two brothers had to leave home and were moved westwards. I was a latecomer completing our family after its joyous reunion in 1949.



B Bergius, Friedrich (Scientist, 1884 - 1949, Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1931
Bergius, Friedrich (Scientist, 1884 - 1949, Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1931
born near Wrocław/Breslau. His career as of one of the greatest German chemists of the 20th century began in 1903 when he studied in Breslau. He is best known for the Bergius process for

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Max Born (1882-1970), b. in Wrocław/Breslau educated at the local König-Wilhelm-Gymnasium, went on to study mathematics as well as astronomy and physics at Wrocław (Breslau) University, Heidelberg University and the University of Zürich. As were so many other German scientists born Jewish, he was forced to emigrate in 1933 and was invited to Cambridge, where he taught for three years as Stokes Lecturer. For his fundamental research in quantum mechanics, especially for his statistical interpretation of the wave function, he won a Nobel Prize in Physics in 1954.Max Born (1882-1970), b. in Wrocław/Breslau educated at the local König-Wilhelm-Gymnasium, went on to study mathematics as well as astronomy and physics at Wrocław (Breslau) University, Heidelberg University and the University of Zürich. As were so many other German scientists born Jewish, he was forced to emigrate in 1933 and was invited to Cambridge, where he taught for three years as Stokes Lecturer. For his fundamental research in quantum mechanics, especially for his statistical interpretation of the wave function, he won a Nobel Prize in Physics in 1954.



Gunter BlobelGunter Blobel - Noble Prize Winner in Medicine - 1999




Konrad Bloch (1912-2000), b. in the Lower Silesian town of Nysa/Neisse, biochemist. He immigrated to the United States in 1936, taught at Columbia, the University of Chicago and Harvard University.  Konrad Bloch studied the mechanism of cholesterol and fatty acid metabolism. His research established the vital importance of cholesterol in animal cells and contributed significantly to efforts to comprehend the human body’s regulation of cholesterol levels in blood and tissue. He won a  Nobel Prize in Medicine in 1964.Konrad Bloch (1912-2000), b. in the Lower Silesian town of Nysa/Neisse, biochemist. He immigrated to the United States in 1936, taught at Columbia, the University of Chicago and Harvard University.  Konrad Bloch studied the mechanism of cholesterol and fatty acid metabolism. His research established the vital importance of cholesterol in animal cells and contributed significantly to efforts to comprehend the human body’s regulation of cholesterol levels in blood and tissue. He won a  Nobel Prize in Medicine in 1964.



Buchner, Eduard (Scientist, 1860 - 1917, Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1907(1860-1917), chemist and zymologist, lecturer and professor at Munich University, moved to Wrocław (Breslau) University in 1909 and stayed there for two years. He was primarily concerned with chemistry of fermentation.  He won a Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1907.


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D Hans Georg Dehmelt 1989 Physik
Hans Georg Dehmelt 1989 Nobel Prize Winner from Phisics

Dyrda August

E Paul EhrlichPaul Ehrlich (1854-1915), b. in Strehlen (Strzelin) in Lower Silesia, studied medicine at Wrocław (Breslau) University, subsequently worked in the Berlin Medical Clinic. His work was of epochal importance, stimulating research that led to the development of sulpha drugs, penicillin and other antibiotics. He won the 1908 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine.


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G Eduard Grutzner - Silesian Painter 1846 - 1925



H Fritz HaberHaber, Fritz (Scientist, 1868 - 1934, Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1918 b. in Wrocław/Breslau, attended the St. Elizabeth High School in Wrocław, studied in Berlin, Heidelberg, Zurich, Charlottenberg and Jena. He won a Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1918.



(1862-1946), b. in Szczawno Zdrój/Bad Obersalzbrunn in Lower Silesia, attended a high school in Wrocław. Was a prominent German playwright of the early 20th century. He won a Nobel Prize in Literature in 1912.Hauptmann, Gerhart (1862 - 1946, Nobel Prize in Literature 1912 , b. in Szczawno Zdrój/Bad Obersalzbrunn in Lower Silesia, attended a high school in Wrocław. Was a prominent German playwright of the early 20th century. He won a Nobel Prize in Literature in 1912.



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J Tadzik Jeczalik Werner Juretzko



Najwybitniejszy śląski badacz historii i stosunków pomiądzy Slązakami a Polakami.Ihannes Jelitto - Najwybitniejszy śląski badacz historii i stosunków pomiądzy Slązakami a Polakami. 
Urodzony za niemieckich czasów, wychowany i szkolony za polskich. W dojżałych latach pracodawca w Niemczech, obecnie przed emeryturą pogłębiam dzieje i historię Sląska



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L Lenard, Phillipp (Scientist, 1862 - 1947, Nobel Prize in Physics 1905(1862-1947), received his doctorate degree in 1886 at Heidelberg, was assistant to Professor Hertz at Bonn University and in 1894 was appointed Professor Extraordinary at Wrocław (Breslau) University. Lenard was the first person to study what was termed in 1892 the “Lenard effect”, that is the separation of electric charges accompanying the aerodynamic break-up of water drops. He won a Nobel Prize in Physics in 1905 for his work on cathode rays.


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Maria Gupper MayerMaria Goppert Mayer - Noble Prize Winner 1963 Phisics - Video



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S Selten, Reinhard (Economist, 1930 - , Nobel Prize in Economics 1994
Selten, Reinhard (Economist, 1930 - , Nobel Prize in Economics 1994
Reinhard Selten (1930-), b. in Wrocław/Breslau, a German mathematician and economist, graduate of Frankfurt University, professor of economics in Berlin and Bielefeld (1969-1972) and as of 1984 in Bonn. Together with Nash and Harsanyi, Selten pioneered the game theory, a system for using mathematics to predict the outcome of competitive games like chess or poker, which can also be applied to political and economic conflicts such as labour negotiations, business competition, international political tensions, etc. He won a Nobel Prize in economics 1994.




Otto Stern
Stern, Otto (Scientist, 1888 - 1969, Nobel Prize in Physics 1943)
born in the Silesian town of Żory/Sorau, graduated from the physical chemistry department at Wrocław (Breslau) University in 1906 and received his PhD degree there in 1912. After immigrating to the United States in 1934, worked at the Carnegie Institute of Technology in Pittsburgh. For his contribution to the development of the molecular ray method and his discovery of the magnetic moment of the proton, he won a Nobel Prize in Physics in 1943.



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