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WhenWhile the Nobel prizeslaureates are announced each year, we can find the names of Nobel prize recipients/laureate. Areare there any online resources that we can find the list of people who arewas nominated as strong candidates for Nobel prizes, even though he/she may not win the prize in the end?

In particular, I am asking the Academic side of Nobel prizes, especially in the Chemistry, Economics, Literature, Physics, or Physiology-Medicine.

For example, it is saidWikipedia says that Kazuhiko Nishijima 西島(西島 和彦 is) was nominated for the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1960 and 1961 in Wikipedia, but it is not clear where can we find the official/secondary information about theother "short-list" nominees who are strong candidates.

Informations about the list of nominated Nobel prize strong candidates?

When the Nobel prizes are announced, we can find the names of Nobel prize recipients/laureate. Are there online resources that we can find the list of people who are nominated as strong candidates for Nobel prizes, even though he/she may not win the prize in the end?

In particular, I am asking the Academic side of Nobel prizes, especially in the Chemistry, Economics, Literature, Physics, or Physiology-Medicine.

For example, it is said that Kazuhiko Nishijima 西島 和彦 is nominated for the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1960 and 1961 in Wikipedia, but it is not clear where can we find the official/secondary information about the nominees who are strong candidates.

How can we find out who was nominated for Nobel Prizes?

While the Nobel laureates are announced each year, are there any online resources that list who was nominated?

In particular, I am asking the Academic side of Nobel prizes, especially in Chemistry, Economics, Literature, Physics, or Physiology-Medicine.

For example, Wikipedia says that Kazuhiko Nishijima (西島 和彦) was nominated for the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1960 and 1961, but it is not clear where can we find the official/secondary information about other "short-list" nominees.

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Informations about the list of nominated Nobel prize strong candidates?

When the Nobel prizes are announced, we can find the names of Nobel prize recipients/laureate. Are there online resources that we can find the list of people who are nominated as strong candidates for Nobel prizes, even though he/she may not win the prize in the end?

In particular, I am asking the Academic side of Nobel prizes, especially in the Chemistry, Economics, Literature, Physics, or Physiology-Medicine.

For example, it is said that Kazuhiko Nishijima 西島 和彦 is nominated for the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1960 and 1961 in Wikipedia, but it is not clear where can we find the official/secondary information about the nominees who are strong candidates.