Nobel Prize Award

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Administrative / Biographical History

Sir Ronald Ross was awarded the Nobel Prize for Medicine in 1902 for his research and investigations into the mode of infection of malaria. Sir Ronald and Lady Ross travelled to Stockholm in December 1902 to receive the award.


In this section the files have been arranged in order of importance starting with Ross’s own award and finishing with the minor matter of the use of N.L. after a Nobel Prize winner’s name. Within each file the arrangement is chronological with notes giving the format of each item.