In 1895 on 27th November, Alfred Nobel signed his last will and gave the largest share of his asset to a series of prizes in Physics, Chemistry, Medicine, Literature and Peace and from then to till 2018 Novel is awarded 590 times. A Nobel Laureate is someone who has created a thing that could bring a positive change in the world. Every year in six different categories Nobel Prize has been given from 1895 to the master minds by whom the world is getting a new era to be a place to live. In this article, we are going to discuss 20 peoples who deserved Nobel but unfortunately, the did not get this.
So, Let’s have a look at those 20 famous scientists who have not to get Nobel Prize but truly deserved.
Here Are The 20 Scientists Who Deserve a Nobel Prize
1. Abdul Sattar Edhi
Abdul Sattar Edhi was a Pakistani scientist, philanthropies and ascetic who founded Edhi foundation which runs worlds largest volunteer ambulance network! along with homeless shelter and animal shelter. He was nominated a few times for Nobel but unfortunately, he did not get any.
2. Cesar Chavez
César Estrada Chávez was an American labor leader and civil rights activist who had dedicated his whole life to improving treatment, pay and working conditions for farm workers. He was the founder of “National Farm Workers Association” in 1962.
3. Corazon Aquino
She was the first female president of Asia and 11th of Philippines.She restored democracy after the long dictatorship of Ferdinand Macros.She has a famous and popular political career, and she is considering as the most influential women in the world.
4. Dorothy Day
During the Second World War, Dorothy Day organized the Catholic worker movement. She was an American journalist and reformer and an important lay leader in activists movement.Her movements are still alive today in all over in Europe.
5. Dr. Feng Shan Ho
The ‘Chinese Schindler‘ who saved thousands of Jews. Dr. Feng Shan was the man who never mentioned is heroic deeds during world war II.He refused to follow the order of the Chinese govt. and gave visa issues and saved a thousand lives.
6. Eleanor Roosevelt
An insecure and shy child Eleanor Roosevelt would grow up as one of the most important political figures and beloved first ladies. She was a controversial first lady who always has talked for the civil rights for African-Americans.She remained first at the top of national rankings polls for decades after her death.
7. Fazle Hasan Abed
The Bangladeshi scientist Fazle Hasan Abed was drawn into philanthropic activities after a cyclone hit in 1970. After the liberation war of 1971, he returned to his homeland what was running over poverty. Since 2013 he was the chairman of “Board of Directors” in BRAC bank ltd.
8. Irena Sendler
Irena Sendler was a polish activist connected to the “Free Polish University” movement. During world war II she made false documents for Jewish families and because of her thousands of children got life from the Nazi guards and this was how she will always be remembered.
9. Jacques Delors
Jacques Delors was a French politician who was the 8th president of the Europian Commission til 1995. He also served as a minister of finance in France from 1981 to 1984, during this period he actively promoted both the acceptance of the market economy and alignment with social democracy in Europe.
10. Jose Figueres Ferrer
José Figueres Ferrer served as President of Costa Rica for there terms. Before as a president he served for a governing junta from 1948 to 1949. During his governance, he was very familiar with the Governor of Puerto Rico. He enabled women and illiterates to vote for the first time in Costa Rica.
11. Ken Saro-Wiwa
Ken Saro-Wiwa an environmental activist, a playwright and an Ogoni leader from Nigeria. He along with eight of his kinsmen, who became popularly known as the Ogoni Nine, sentenced to death by a military government. He was a big critic of the dictator government of Nigeria.
12. Liu Xiaobo
Liu Xiaobo was an outspoken critic of the Chinese government and a professor of Beijing University who wrote about Chinese democracy and Human rights. In 2010, Liu was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize “for his long and non-violent struggle for fundamental human rights in China.”
13. Mahatma Gandhi
Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi was an Indian activist who was the leader of Indian independence against BritishRaj. He was also called “Bapu” for his familiar behaves which is a term that preferred father. Salt tax by the British govt. was challenged by Bapu and he made a walk of 400 km, named as “Dandi Salt March”.
14. Oskar Schindler
Oskar Schindler was a German Entrepreneur. During world war II he saved almost 1200 Jews from Nazi camps. Though he was a part of Nazi he invests on them to put Jews to his workplace to get them alive from the brutal torture of Nazis.
15. Pope John Paul II
Pope John Paul II has created a history in 1978 by becoming the first non-Italian pope in more than 400 years. He was acclaimed to most influential leaders of the 20th century. He had a doctorate in theology and he was attacked in Vatican city in 1981.
16. Sari Nusseibeh
Sari Nusseibeh is a Palestinian academic, diplomat and professor of the Al-Quds University in Jerusalem. He is a Harvard alumnus who had born in Syria. He gets limelight to his supporters for his “Gandhi-like” attitude and his contribution to stopping the bloodshed.
17. Stephen Biko
Stephen Biko was a very popular voice of Black Liberation in South Africa during ’60s and got much popularity after his death under police observation with brutality at 1977. “Being black is not a matter of pigmentation-being black is a reflection of mental attitude” – was his motto.
18. Thich Nhat Hanh
Thich Nhat Hanh is a global spiritual leader and a peace activist who is from Vietnam. he is the founder of palm village tradition. The man who was called “An Apostle of peace and nonviolence.” by Martin Luther King.
19. Vaclav Havel
Do you know the 1st President of the Czech Republic? Vaclav Havel was the last President of Czechoslovakia and the first President of the Czech Republic. This man was a playwright, essayist, poet and of course a perfect gentle politician who served his nation till his death.
20. Pope Pius XI
Pius XI was the head of Catholic Church from 1922 to til his death. He was famous for his speech on the knock of second world war in France in front of 2,50,000 pilgrims. Before the start of the war, he played a large role in defending the Jews and Christians being persecuted under Nazi and Soviet regimes.