You might have heard about many noble prize winners but do you know about the youngest ones? If you don’t, we would like to tell you about them today. Insider Monkey has an article with a list of six youngest Nobel Prize winners that we’re going to share with you. Let’s take a look at Insider Monkey’s list to find out about these winners.
The Nobel Prize was created by Alfred Nobel, a Swedish chemist and engineer, born in 1833. As of 1901, prizes were awarded in six categories: physics, chemistry, medicine, literature, peace and economy. It is interesting to examine each prize category separately: there are noticeable trends when we study the different prize categories.
At 67, the winners of the Nobel Prize for Economy have a higher average age than any of the other five categories. At the other end of the spectrum, the prize category with the winner with the youngest average age is the physics prize – winners are only 55 on average. To read more, please visit 6 Youngest Nobel Prize Winners.