25 Swiss Nobel Prize Laureates

Ingenious Swiss by simonbarna

I love this project for Jet d'Oh, a fashion and merchandise company in Geneva!

While the definition of what constitutes a Swiss Nobel Prize Winner can be tricky, the fact is that Switzerland boasts an astonishing number of Nobel Prizes per capita:

9 x Medicine
6 x Chemistry
5 x Physics
3 x Peace
2 x Literature

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  2. […] to a study published in the New England Journal of Medicine, the Swiss have the most Nobel laureates per 10 million people, and also are the nation with greatest chocolate consumption per capita. […]

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