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Scientific Activity Is a Better Predictor of Nobel Award Chances than Dietary Habits and Economic Factors

Bibliographic reference Doi, Hideyuki ; Heeren, Alexandre ; Maurage, Pierre. Scientific Activity Is a Better Predictor of Nobel Award Chances than Dietary Habits and Economic Factors. In: PLoS ONE, Vol. 9, no. 3, p. e92612 (2014)
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