Oct. 13, 1995
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They were cited for their discoveries in "genetic control of early embryonic development."
Rotblat and the organization were cited "for their work to reduce nuclear weapons' place in international politics and in the longer term to get rid of such weapons."
They were honored for their work in physics, specifically their pioneering discoveries on subatomic particles.
Heaney was awarded the $1 million prize by the Swedish Academy of Letters "for works of lyrical beauty and ethical depth, which exalt everyday miracles and the living past."
They were cited for their work on atmospheric chemistry that led to new knowledge of the destruction of the ozone layer.
American Robert E. Lucas Jr
Lucas won for "having transformed macroeconomic analysis and deepening our understanding of economic policy."
All Nobel winners will be honored on Dec. 10, the anniversary of the death of prize founder Alfred Nobel, in Oslo.
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