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Thursday, 11 October 2012

Prediction for 2012 Nobel prize in Medicine, Physics & chemistry, Literature, Peace " of Professor Pranab Kumar Bhattacharya

Please Read the prediction, Nomination and comments of Professor Pranab Kumar Bhattacharya in the Nobel Prize.org Face Book and in science Insider published as his comments on Medicine, Physics Chemistry, Literature & peace Prize. Please register and Log on if you like to comment on his comment

 For Chemistry prize
 Congratulation to Robert J Lef Kowtiz of Howard Huges Medical Institute Duke university Medical center Durham NC USA for G protein Receptor though my strong prediction this time was for DNA microarray

For Physics Prize _:
  •  I expect Quantum Teleportation and for it Coles H Binnet of IBM fellow , Thomas J Watson Research center IBM corporation York town Heights NY USA is preferred candidate .Peter Higgs particle not yet discovered in LHC. to be mass less it mast be without any spin. My other expectation is Mr. Rupak Bhattacharya of residence 7/51 Purbapalli Po Sodepur Kolkata-110 for his zero mass particle sub 2 quark particle concept in quantum chromodynamics . May be CERN as organization to receive the prize
    Tuesday at 3:16pm · Edited · Like · 1
    After the prize was declared
  • ProfPranab Kr Bhattacharya   My expectation is half correct as Nobel prize for physics-2012 has awarded for ground-breaking experimental methods that enable measuring and manipulation of individual quantum systems" for super fast next generation quantum computerhttp://www.nobelprize.org/nobel_prizes/physics/laureates/2012/press.html Though my guess of Persons to win the Nobel prize has not been correct

  •  For Medicine prize
    After the prize was declared
    1) ProfPranab Kr Bhattacharya  My prediction in Medicine Prize is Ok. the prize has been awarded" The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 2012 was awarded jointly to John B. Gurdon and Shinya Yamanaka "for the discovery that mature cells can be reprogrammed to become pluripotent" Ie IPS Stem cells prof Shinya Yamanaka Japan’s Kyoto University and the Gladstone Institute of Cardiovascular Disease in San Francisco is one of probable candidate this year also I Told. I predicted and Nominated him in 2009 also. Thanks to Nobel assembly

    Thanks to Nobel Assembly for your selection . I Predicted IPS Stem cells to win Nobel Prize and Professor Shianya Yamanka of Japan's Kyoto University for this year Nobel prize several times. I Predicted him in 2010 also. Many Many thanks to members of Nobel Assembly and congratulations to Professor Shianya Yamanka at the same timehttp://www.nobelprize.org/nobel_prizes/medicine/laureates/2012/press.html

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    For Peace Prize
    ProfPranab Kr Bhattacharya For Peace Prize my strong Expectation is Gene Sharp
     But the Prize was awarded to EU
    comment of Prof Pranab Kumar Bhattacharya at Face book of Nobel prize.org


    ProfPranab Kr Bhattacharya Really Disgracefully decision.The Norwegian Nobel Committee favour in Open Market economy Two of the original core objectives of the European Economic Community were the development of a common market, subsequently renamed the single market, and a customs union between its member states. The single market involves the free circulation of goods, capital, people and services within the EU, and the customs union involves the application of a common external tariff on all goods entering the market. Once goods have been admitted into the market they cannot be subjected to customs duties, discriminatory taxes or import quotas, as they travel internally. The non-EU member states of Iceland, Norway, Liechtenstein and Switzerland participate in the single market but not in the customs union. Half the trade in the EU is covered by legislation harmonised by the EU.
    Free movement of capital is intended to permit movement of investments such as property purchases and buying of shares between countries. Until the drive towards economic and monetary union the development of the capital provisions had been slow. Post-Maastricht there has been a rapidly developing corpus of ECJ judgements regarding this initially neglected freedom. The free movement of capital is unique insofar as it is granted equally to non-member states.
    The free movement of persons means that EU citizens can move freely between member states to live, work, study or retire in another country. This required the lowering of administrative formalities and recognition of professional qualifications of other states.
    The free movement of services and of establishment allows self-employed persons to move between member states to provide services on a temporary or permanent basis. While services account for 60–70% of GDP, legislation in the area is not as developed as in other areas. This lacuna has been addressed by the recently passed Directive on services in the internal market which aims to liberalise the cross border provision of services.[ According to the Treaty the provision of services is a residual freedom that only applies if no other freedom is being exercised.Although the EU has no major competences in the field of health care, Article 35 of the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union affirms that "A high level of human health protection shall be ensured in the definition and implementation of all Union policies and activities". All the member states have either publicly sponsored and regulated universal health care or publicly provided universal health care. The European Commission's Directorate-General for Health and Consumers seeks to align national laws on the protection of people's health, on the consumers' rights, on the safety of food and other products.
    Health care in the EU is provided through a wide range of different systems run at the national level. The systems are primarily publicly funded through taxation (universal health care). Private funding for health care may represent personal contributions towards meeting the non-taxpayer refunded portion of health care or may reflect totally private (non-subsidised) health care either paid out of pocket or met by some form of personal or employer funded insurance.
    All EU and many other European countries offer their citizens a free European Health Insurance Card which, on a reciprocal basis, provides insurance for emergency medical treatment insurance when visiting other participating European countries. A directive on cross-border healthcare aims at promoting cooperation on health care between member states and facilitating access to safe and high-quality cross-border healthcare for European patientshttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/European_Union
    19 hours ago · Edited · 1
    For Literature Prize
    ProfPranab Kr Bhattacharya   I Expect Milan Kundera will win Literature prize in 2012

    ProfPranab Kr Bhattacharya Guan Moae is his original name. He was brought up from a extremly poor firmer family whose father could not afford money for his school and he used to do work as firmer with cows and then a as a factory worker. He joined later in people liberation army in 1976 .I read his only one book translated in English Big breasts and wide hips" but I did not expect he will win Nobel Prize. I expected rather Milan Kundera for his book "Immortality" that impressed me a lot and worthy for Nobel Prize in literature in my opinion. However Congratulation Mr Guan Moae for being NL in literature . What about Lu Xiabo? the NL of Peace prize-2010. Is he still in prison of China?. I know about his protest in china about chin's single child poilc


    on 2nd octoeber 2012 posted at Nobel prize.org Face book.

    ProfPranab Kr Bhattacharya I think and will nominate that QUANTUM TELEPORTATION is the justified candidate for 2012 Nobel prize in Physics and for it COles H. Bennett the IBM Fellow, Thomas J. Watson Research Center, IBM Corporation, Yorktown Heights, NY USA and Mr Rupak Bhattacharya Bsc(cal) Msc(JU) of Residence -: 7/51 Purbapalli; PO-sodepur; Dist 24 Parganas, West Benga,l for a zero mass sub quark 2 particle in Tev is probably the best candidates to win 2012 Nobel prize in Physics according to myself . Milan Kundera is the my choice for his book "the Immotality" for the Literature prize in 2012. I am long predicting him since 2010 . I also predicted Nobel Prize for Medicine[2000] will be awrded for the IPS Stem cell [ induced pluripotent stem cells or iPS cells from ordinary skin cells] and prof Shinya Yamanaka Japan’s Kyoto University and the Gladstone Institute of Cardiovascular Disease in San Francisco is one of probable candidate this year also , I also predicted in 2008 that discoverer of Imatininib should be also a good Candidate and today also I hope for Tyrosine kinase inhibitor drug for Nobel prize in Medicine 2012. Imatinib was developed in the late 1990s by biochemist Nicholas Lydon, a former researcher for Novartis, and oncologist Brian Druker of Oregon Health & Science University (OHSUCarlo Gambacorti-Passerini, a physician scientist and hematologist at University of Milano Bicocca, Italy,should also be included who led the clinical trials of Imatinib confirming its efficacy in CML. and for chemistry prize I predict Patrick Brown of Stanford University School of Medicine in California, who invented DNA microarray. For the peace Nobel prize 2012 my chioce is Dr. Gene Sharp and Mr Rupak Bhattacharya of 7/51 purbapalli Po-sodepur Dist 24 pargnas (north) Kolkata west Bengal is the right candidate ttp://news.sciencemag.org/scienceinsider/2011/09/2011-nobel-prize-predictions.html#disqus_thread
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