Three Scientists have won the 2021 Nobel Prize in physics for their outstanding work on understanding "complex physical systems.”
( )Syukuro Manabe from Japan and ( ) Kalus Hasslemann from Germany have each received a quarter of the prize for “laying the foundation of the knowledge of the Earth's climate” and how humanity influences it.
( ) Giorgio Parisi from Italy will receive half of the award for his contributions to the “theory of disordered materials and random processes.”
The prestigious award comes with a gold medal and 10 million Swedish Kronor, which is roughly one.one million U.S. dollars.
This is the second Nobel of the season after the medicine prize on Monday to two U.S. scientists.