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The Nobel prizes have a gender problem, but quotas are not the solution, says head of science academy



Since its inception in 1901, the Nobel Prize has honored intellectual achievements in physics, chemistry, physiology or medicine, literature and peace — and winners have been largely White, male and American. Marie Curie, a scientist who received the Nobel Prize in 1901 and was awarded twice was one exception.

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