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《 如何获得诺贝尔奖 》

  • 科学
  • 选题分类:科普读物 科研与实验 其他
  • 原版语种:意大利语(可提供图书翻译服务)
  • 出版日期:2017年09月
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  • 页数:248页
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内容简介

  马西米安诺·布奇通过诺贝尔科学奖的历史、故事和争议及其与社会、政治和文化的交织,阐述了科学的社会意义及其从二十世纪初到现在的转变。
  这是一本通过那些与世界著名奖项上相关的故事和人物,帮助读者理解科学的社会意义的简单易懂又独具魅力的书:诺贝尔奖授予爱因斯坦的令人惊讶又充满艰辛的故事,从默默无闻的医生到获得诺贝尔奖得主的故事;没有颁发的“幽灵”诺贝尔奖,颁发后又被否定的奖项;成为名人的诺贝尔奖得主,几乎被完全遗忘的获奖者。
  这是一段关于诺贝尔奖的不同政治意义和社会角色的精彩旅程:既是国家间竞争的替代品(“科学是政治延续的收到”),其颁奖仪式又像是世俗社会中圣人的诞生。
  本书是对诺贝尔奖社会意义进行了数年原创研究的成果,该研究基于斯德哥尔摩皇家科学院的诺贝尔档案馆的资料以及广泛的大众媒体上的信息。

作者介绍

马西米安诺·布奇
  拥有社会和政治科学博士学位,现为特伦托大学社会科学和技术教授,同时也是亚洲、欧洲、北美和大洋洲一些大学的客座教授。布奇教授还担任英国皇家学会、欧盟委员会等学术和政治团体担任顾问,在欧洲的科学传播学界也享有一定的声誉。他在《自然》和《科学》等期刊上发表过论文,著有《牛顿的鸡,厨房里的科学》(授权到法国、芬兰、巴西、葡萄牙、西班牙、阿根廷和韩国出版)《大量的想法:改变我们生活的创新故事》(已三次再版)《科学与媒体》《社会中的科学》等学术著作,其作品在意大利、英国、美国、巴西、芬兰、中国、韩国、西班牙和拉丁美洲都有出版。他是国际同行评议期刊《公众对科学的理解》的编辑。他经常为各大报纸(《共和报》《印刷报》等)和黄金时段的科学电视节目《超级夸克》(意大利国家电视台Rai的一档节目)撰稿。

图书目录

I. How an incorrect obituary led to the most important award in science
The most famous testament ever
The young engineer who defended the testament with a revolver in hand
Those Swedish scientists who didn’t want the Nobel Prize
December 10th, five years later, in Stockholm
A prize which fascinates the media and the public.
More than a century of prizes (and polemics)

II. How does one win a Nobel Prize?
How to win a Nobel Prize by skipping vacations and without publishing a single line
Never judge a Nobel by appearances: the countryside doctor and the “San Diego mother” who won a Nobel Prize
It’s never too late (and it’s never too soon) to win a Nobel Prize
The long road to Stockholm
A week you’ll never forget

III. A prize without borders? No politics, please, we’re Swedish (scientists)
A prize without borders, or, science as a continuation of politics by other means
The “Olympics of Science”?
The Nobel Prize in time of war, Act I: to award or not to award, that is the question
“To the benefit of mankind”: Nobel prize-winner or war criminal?
The Nobel Prize in time of war, Act II: no politics, please, we’re Swedish (scientists)!
The (Stockholm) syndrome of the duck-billed platypus: is it chemistry, physics or medicine?


iv. And the winner is… not here! How Einstein had the Nobel prize and why he risked not having it at all
Stockholm, 1922: a seaside stroll
Bern, 1905: an employee’s “secret” office of theoretical physics
Every grand undertaking needs an enemy
Stockholm, 1922: Carl Wilhelm’s secret plan
Awarded but absent
The “Nobel Prizes with a bang” and the overdue ones. Will many potential laureates die before winning the prize?
Lobotomies and other vain hopes: prizes that shouldn’t have been awarded?

v. How not to win a Nobel Prize. Story of Lise and of other ghosts of the prize
Story of Lise, who went to Sweden but didn’t receive the prize
Winners who were (only) announced? The strange case of the Nobel Prize to Edison and Tesla which the press announced on the front page, but which was never awarded
Those “drowned” by the prize, or the Nobel Prize for Chemistry according to Primo Levi
“The most important photo in history” which didn’t win the Nobel Prize (or did it?)
“Fourth persons”: the physicist who almost won the Nobel Prize twice (in fact, maybe three times)
“Third persons,” or the Ringo Starr effect
All the colors of the Nobel Prize, and its most elusive ghost

vi. Does the prize make them beautiful? The importance of being a Nobel Prize winner
“The winner takes it all.” Pains and pleasures of the Matthew effect
Throw science (and the wife’s hand) on the front page!
“The wireless man” and borderless fame
How is a prize made famous? (Also) By awarding it to scientists who are already famous
Nobels are forever. Science between reputation and visibility
A(nother) Nobel in Sanremo
Some Nobels are more Nobel than others?


vii. The body of the (laureate) scientist
Einstein’s face
The secular cult of scientists
The body of the scientist and his relics
“Principles which pay tribute to molecules”: the Nobel Prize as a ritual of consecration
“Science as a bride”: the exceptional qualities and moral equivalence of scientists
The B side of the Nobel Prize: the boxes which nobody at the Academy of Sciences wants to open

Epilogue. Geniuses, heroes and saints. How the Nobel Prize (re)invented the public image of science

Acknowledgments
References
Appendix. All the prize winners from 1901 to 2016
Index of names

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