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In each episode, we discuss a different person whose contribution to science didn't get the recognition it deserved, often due to discrimination.

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In each episode, we discuss a different person whose contribution to science didn't get the recognition it deserved, often due to discrimination.

Contact Us: Instagram - @nobelprizelosers / Twitter - @NobelLosers / Email - nobellosers@gmail.com

    Ernest Everett Just

    Ernest Everett Just

    How many degrees can one man get? This week's subject Ernest Everett Just will leave you wondering just that. Hear about his many degrees, his amazing work in embryology, and the science feud that nearly ended his career.

    • 22 min
    Alice Ball

    Alice Ball

    This week's episode is on Alice Ball a pharmaceutical chemist who revolutionized leprosy treatment and became both the University of Hawaii's first female and first black professor.

    • 32 min
    Esther Lederberg

    Esther Lederberg

    This week we talk about the amazing Esther Lederberg whose work paved the way for genetic engineering as it exists today. Hear about her standing up to advisors that told her biochemistry was too hard for women and how she went on to be half of a science power team that fundamentally changed our understanding of viruses.

    • 35 min

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