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Why didn’t Coronavirus vaccines win a science Nobel this year?

But Nobel prize insiders and watchers say that timing, technical details and politics meant that a nod this year was a long shot. The gap between a discovery and recognition with a scientific Nobel prize has grown over time, says Santo Fortunato, a physicist and director of the Indiana University Network Science Institute in Bloomington, and it now stands at an average of more than 30 years. For COVID-19 vaccines, “I’m not surprised it didn’t happen this year.

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