Operations research awards


The WORMS Award for the Advancement of Women in Operations Research and Management Science is given annually by WORMS, the Forum on Women in OR/MS of the Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences, to "a person who has contributed significantly to the advancement and recognition of women in the field of Operations Research and the Management Sciences (OR/MS)". (Wikipedia).

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Stanford economist Guido Imbens wins Nobel in economic sciences

Stanford economist Guido W. Imbens was awarded the Nobel Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences for his work in econometrics and statistics. Read the story: https://news.stanford.edu/2021/10/11/guido-imbens-wins-nobel-economic-sciences/ Stanford University Channel on YouTube: http:/

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The 2009 Nobel Prize in Physics - Sixty Symbols

As the Nobel Prize in Physics is awarded, we look at who won and how it's decided. More physics at http://www.sixtysymbols.com/ More Nobel videos: http://bit.ly/SSNobel

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Nobel News: Capturing Photons, Cloning Frogs

Hank brings us the news about the new Nobel Prize winners in the sciences, what they won for and what it all means. Like SciShow! http://www.facebook.com/scishow Follow SciShow! http://www.twitter.com/scishow For more info on Nobel winners: http://www.nobelprize.org

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The 2018 Nobel Prize in Chemistry - Periodic Table of Videos

The prize is awarded to Frances Arnold, George Smith, and Gregory Winter. More Nobel videos: http://bit.ly/periodicnobel More links and info in full description ↓↓↓ This video features Martyn Poliakoff, Francesca Paradisi , and Nicholas Mitchell - all from the University of Nottingham. T

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Do the Nobel Prizes Still Make Sense in the 21st Century?

PBS Member Stations rely on viewers like you. To support your local station, go to: http://to.pbs.org/DonateOKAY ↓ More info and sources below ↓ The Nobel Prizes reward the greatest accomplishments of the human race. Right? Then why haven't they changed much in 100+ years? Do they really

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2012 Ruby Hero Awards

This is the presentation of the 2012 Ruby Hero Awards

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Creepy Crawlies with Lulu Miller - Trick or Treat Month | SciShow Tangents Podcast

Trick or Treat Month continues, and we've called upon the spirit of Radiolab and Terrestrials ghost-host Lulu Miller to get down in the muck with us to talk about all the wormy, wriggly, slimy, little creatures that send shivers down our spines: creepy crawlies! Looking for more Lulu Mil

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The 2015 Nobel Prize in Chemistry - Periodic Table of Videos

The 2015 Nobel Prize in Chemistry is awarded "for mechanistic studies of DNA repair". The recipients are Paul L. Modrich, Tomas Lindahl and Aziz Sancar. Discussed by Professor Sir Martyn Poliakoff. More chemistry Nobel Prize videos: http://bit.ly/periodicnobel And physics prizes: http:/

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Gaviscon Worms The Heartburn Secret - Cool Science Experiment

See the full experiment here: http://www.stevespanglerscience.com/lab/experiments/gaviscon-worms Check out cool science kits and toys: http://www.stevespanglerscience.com If you've ever experienced heartburn, our science guy, Steve Spangler, has an amazing way to demonstrate the science

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Harnessing the Power of Immunology to Heal Ourselves - with Sheena Cruickshank

How does our immune system work and how can it be manipulated to to develop new ways of healing our bodies? Subscribe for regular science videos: http://bit.ly/RiSubscRibe Our immune system has evolved to deal with a host of challenges, yet the microbes that can infect us have also develo

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Nobel Prize in Physics: Rainer Weiss (FULL PRESS CONFERENCE)

Rainer Weiss ’55, PhD ’62, professor emeritus of physics at MIT, has won the Nobel Prize in physics for 2017. Weiss won half of the prize, with the other half of the award shared by Kip S. Thorne, professor emeritus of theoretical physics at Caltech, and Barry C. Barish, professor emeritus

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Worms | SciShow Tangents Podcast

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We Finally Found the Elusive Bristle Worm!

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How and Why We Age with Stuart Kim

Watch, learn and connect: https://stanfordconnects.stanford.edu/ By studying supercentenarians, humans living 110 years or more, researchers hope to learn the secrets to longevity. Professor Stuart Kim believes the key to extending life lies within our genetic code. In this talk, he shares


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Gaviscon Worms - Cool Science Experiment

If you've ever experienced heartburn, our science guy, Steve Spangler, has an amazing way to demonstrate the science behind some of the over-the-counter drugs that help to prevent this discomfort. Want more experiments like this? Check out http://www.stevespanglerscience.com/experiments

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Leprechaun Science Kit - St. Patrick's Day Science

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Dune | The Science of Science Fiction

In Frank Herbert's Dune, just one planet produces a commodity so valuable, it's responsible for faster-than-light space travel and granting its users extended lifespans and psychic powers. This product, known as spice, is related to the planet's fearsome 400-meter sandworms and becomes the

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The 2014 Nobel Prize in Chemistry - Periodic Table of Videos

The 2014 Nobel Prize in Chemistry is awarded to Eric Betzig, Stefan Hell and William Moerner. More chem Nobel Prizes: http://bit.ly/periodicnobel The 2014 Physics Nobel Prize: http://youtu.be/_DjHR4PWYOs Hair in microscope: http://youtu.be/cQU2IAsQak8 DNA and Lasers: http://youtu.be/-XROEd

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