Data Bases on Nobelistics

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  • “A.B.Nobel. Relatives. Biographies.”
    Packed as much as possible biographic information (life and activity) of Alfred Bernhard Nobel (1833-1896) and all his relatives. Family-tree.
    Database Structure: day, month, year, fact of biography (text, table, graphics).
  • “Nobel Prize Laureates. Biographies.”
    Packed as much as possible biographic information (life and activity) of each Nobel Laureate on each of six nominations.
    2.1. Nobel Prize Laureates in Physics;
    2.2. Nobel Prize Laureates in Chemistry;
    2.3. Nobel Prize Laureates in Physiology or Medicine;
    2.4. Nobel Prize Laureates in Literature;
    2.5. Nobel Peace Prize Laureates;
    2.6. Laureates of the Prize in Economic Science in Memory of Alfred Nobel.
    Structure: prize title, award year, laureate’s names, life dates; day, month, year, fact of biography (texts, tables, graphics).
  • “Nobel Institutions.”
    Titles, history of creation and development, structure, functions, results of activity of the Nobel Prize Awarding Institutions: the Nobel Foundation (government – board of directors, trustees, auditors); Awarding Organizations: the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, the Nobel Assembly of Karolinska Institutet, the Swedish Academy, the Norwegian Nobel Committee; Nobel Committees: Nobel Committee for Physics of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, Nobel Committee for Chemistry of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, Nobel Committee for Physiology or Medicine of Karolinska Institutet, Nobel Committee for Literature of the Swedish Academy, the Norwegian Nobel Committee, Prize Committee of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences; Nobel Institutes: Nobel Institute for Physics of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, Nobel Institute for Chemistry of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, the Medical Nobel Institute, Nobel Institute of the Sweden Academy, the Norwegian Nobel Institute.
    Structure: institution name, post address and other information; full names and positions of the chiefs and collaborators; structure-functional schemes; results of activity.
  • “Nobel’s Firms.”
    Titles, history of creation and development, structure, functions, the results of the activity of the Nobel Organizations: Firms, Concerns, Factories, Companies, Associations, Storehouses, etc., founded by anyone of the Nobel Dynasty or having functioned under their direction or with their assistance.
    Structure: title of establishment, organization, enterprise; post address and other information; full names and positions of the chiefs and collaborators; history of formation and development (texts, schemes, maps, tables, graphics); facts of produced and/or producing output.
  • “Nobel Celebrations.”
    Description of procedures connected with presentation of the Nobel Prizes: meeting and accommodation of laureates and attendants in Stockholm and Oslo; Nobel lectures of laureates in Sweden and Norway; Nobel Prize Award Ceremony (Nobel day – December 10) in Stockholm Concert Hall and Oslo City Hall; Royal Banquet in Stockholm City Hall and in Oslo “Grand-Hotel”; accompaniments (concerts, meetings, press conferences, exhibitions, Nobel Symposia, universities programs, etc.).
    Structure: title of arrangement; the date and place of holding; protocol policy of holding; participants; programs; description of single arrangements (texts, tables, graphics).
  • “Publications of A.Nobel and other members of the Dynasty. Literature about A.Nobel, the Nobel Dynasty, and the Nobel Prizes.”
    6.1. Bibliographic lists of the literature (books, collections, articles, notes, theses, websites, etc.) in Russian and foreign languages, represented in the IINC funds and designed in the form of digitalized catalogue.
    6.2. Full texts of publications (mentioned in 6.1.) in the digitalized form.
    Structure: author’s names, title, other information of bibliographical character, annotation or abstract, key words; the source of coming in IINC; information about allocation in the IINC funds (Nobel Scientific Library, Archive and Museum of Nobel Dynasty and Nobel Prize Laureates); hyperlink to the full text.
  • “Literature about Nobel Prize Laureates.”
    7.1. Bibliographic lists of literature about each Nobel laureate in Russian and foreign languages (beginning from separated special issues to mentioning single facts or laureate’s names). It designed in the form of the digitalized catalogue.
    7.2. Full texts of publications (mentioned in 7.1.) or their parts in the digitalized form.
    Structure: author’s names, title, other information of bibliographical character, annotation or abstract, key words; the source of coming in IINC; information about allocation in the IINC funds (Nobel Scientific Library, Archive and Museum of Nobel Dynasty and Nobel Prize Laureates); hyperlink to the full text.
  • “Proceedings and writings of Nobel Prize Laureates.”
    8.1. Full biographic lists of proceedings or writings of each laureate in original languages, which are received personally from a laureate, or made up by IINC collaborators, or taken from literature.
    8.2. Full lists of publications (mentioned in 8.1.) in the digitalized form.
    Structure: author’s names, title, other information of bibliographical character, annotation or abstract, key words; the source of coming in IINC; information about allocation in the IINC funds (Nobel Scientific Library, Archive and Museum of Nobel Dynasty and Nobel Prize Laureates); years of the first and last publication; hyperlink to the full text.
  • “Nobel Lectures, Nobel Reports, Nobel Speeches.”
    9.1. Full texts of Nobel Lectures (Reports, Speeches) of each laureate from 1901 to 2003 in Russian and original languages.
    9.2. Bibliographic description of sources of initial and all following publications of lectures (reports, speeches).
    Structure: full text of a laureate lecture (report, speech) in original language; full text of a laureate lecture (report, speech) in Russian; hyperlink to bibliographic description of the sources of making public; information about the time and place of the deliverance; bibliographic descriptions: author’s names, title, other information of bibliographical character, annotation or abstract, key words; translators, editor, etc.; the source of coming in IINC; information about allocation in the IINC funds (Nobel Scientific Library, Archive and Museum of Nobel Dynasty and Nobel Prize Laureates).
  • “Motivations of Nobel Committees.”
    Full list of motivations by each Nobel laureate in Sweden, English, and Russian.
    Structure: name of prize, year of prize award, laureate’s names, three identical motivations.
  • “Portraits of Nobel Prize Laureates.”
    11.1. Color and monochromatic pictures of laureates in one of the digitalized graphic format with description of the pictures and sources of their acquisitions.
    11.2. Full information (including bibliographic descriptions) about publications in Russian and foreign languages, containing portraits of each laureate, about their allocation in the IINC funds (Nobel Scientific Library, Archive and Museum of the Nobel Family and Nobel Prize Laureates).
    Structure: laureate’s names, information about portraits (who pictured, the size of a photo, quality, etc.), details about the source of the portrait acquisition; information about portrait allocation in the IINC funds; bibliographic details about sources in which the portrait is published.
  • “Addresses of Nobel Prize Laureates.”
    Full list of positions of each laureate with dates of their acquisitions.
    Structure: laureate’s names, home and office post addresses, telephones, faxes, telexes, teletypes, E-mails; the date of acquisition of each address.
  • “Autographs of Nobel Prize Laureates.”
    Bibliographic description of documents (books, articles, letters, photos, etc.) that contains signatures of laureates, or originals (received from laureates) with the indication to their location in the IINC funds.
    Structure: laureate’s names; bibliographic description of the source; copy or original; the content of the signature (signature itself, text, manuscript, etc.); location in the IINC funds.
  • “Archive and Museum of the Nobel Dynasty and Nobel Prize Laureates.”
    Detailed descriptions of life (archive and museum) materials concerning Nobel topics of Russian and foreign origin, which are available in the IINC Archive and Museum.
    Structure: material type (letter, posters, stamp, envelope, pendants, charts, journal or newspaper publication, gowns, seals, personal thing, etc.), name of the material, description of its peculiarities, the date and manner of the receipt in IINC, the place of storage in the IINC funds; in case of the copy – the place of storage in third organizations or private collections.
  • “Nobel Congresses, Conferences, and Meetings.”
    Full information about annual meetings-conferences of Nobel laureates in Physics, Chemistry, Physiology or Medicine in Lindau, in the USA, in Japan, about international meetings-conferences of Nobel laureates and nobelists in Tambov with the entire lists and texts of reports and speeches.
    Structure: place of the conference, its full title, dates of holding, names of the involved; names of a laureate or a scientist, a title of the note or report, information about publications, bibliographic description of the publications, full text.
  • “Nobel Symposia.”
    Detailed information about each symposium with the collection and report texts.
    Structure: the number of symposium, the date and place of holding, topic, organizer, information about the collection (addresses of publishing houses issued the collection), reports lists, reports texts.
  • “Bibliographic Citations. Nobelistics’ Cybermetrics.”
    Lists of citations to other issues in proceedings of laureates, their self-citation, those of citations to the proceedings of laureates in other publications, to the literature about laureates. Nobelistics’ cybermetrics is a synthetic term including informetrics, scientometrics, bibliometrics, webometrics, sitometrics, and other quantity fields of science-of-science, applied to nobelistics.
    Structure:
    17.1. Citations in proceedings of laureates: laureate’s names; bibliographic description of the source (from database №8 – “Proceedings and writings of Nobel Prize Laureates.”); bibliographic descriptions of all citations.
    17.2. Citations to proceedings of laureates: laureate’s names; bibliographic description of laureate’s publication (from database №8); bibliographic description of other author’s publications in which there is a citation to this laureate’s publication.
    17.3. Laureate’s citations to his own publications (self-citation): laureate’s names; bibliographic description of laureate’s publication (from database №8); bibliographic description of citations in this publication to other own publications of the laureate (from database №8).
    17.4. Citations to publications about laureates: laureate’s names; bibliographic description of a source with the citations; bibliographic description of the citations to publications about the laureate in the source.
    17.5. Cybermetric information – calculations and their results (static and dynamic figures), connected with the number of laureates’ publications, citations, publications about laureates, ages, discoveries, a migration on scientific labs, interrelations between laureates, etc.
  • “List of Nobel Prize Laureates.”
    Full list of all laureates on each of six nominations on which the Nobel Prize is awarded.
    Structure: exact title of the prize (the Nobel Prize in Physics; the Nobel Prize in Chemistry; the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine; the Nobel Prize in Literature; the Nobel Peace Prize; the Prize in Economic Science in Memory of Alfred Nobel); awarding year; laureate’s names (in foreign language and in Russian); full life dates; residence at the time of the award (In case if it doesn’t coincide with birth country or citizenship, this fact is indicated after dates of birth or death), place of employment at the time of the award; notes (membership in the Russian Academies of Sciences; rejection of the prize; prize presentation not in the year of the award; etc.); motivation of Nobel Committee in Sweden, English, and Russian (from database №10).
  • “Candidates for the Nobel Prizes (Nominees) and Nominating for the Nobel Prizes (Nominators).”
    Full lists of all candidates for each Nobel Prizes (nominees) and nominating persons (nominators), ranging from 1901 to 1959 (This information is a top secret and reveals only as 50 years passes from the beginning of the award year; therefore, in 2010, we know the nominees and nominators only on termination of 1959. Annually they nominate from 200 to 300 persons for each prize, i.e. about 1500 people per a year altogether).
    Structure: the award year from 1901; candidate’s (nominee’s) names; residence of the nominee; nominating person’s (nominator’s) names; residence of the nominator; places of employment; nominator’s motivation of nominee’s services; additional information about nominees and nominators.
  • “Nobelists.”
    Information about nobelists – the scientists and specialists having studied (studying) any direction of nobelistics in Russia and abroad.
    Structure: nobelist’s names, country, city, place of employment, addresses (home and office), telephones, and other details, duration of collection of materials to nobelistics, list of the materials, list of publications at nobelistics, date, nobelist’s signature (the data is from the forms available in IINC).
  • “Nobeliana in Libraries (Archives, Museums, Websites) of Russia and foreign countries.”
    Bibliographic lists of books and booklets, journal’s and newspaper’s materials, documents and exhibits, digitalized publications, authors of which are laureates of the Nobel Prizes (or about them), and available in the funds of libraries, archives, museums of different types, as well as in the sites of the Web.
    Structure: full title of library (archive, museum, website), full address, bibliographic description of documents available, additional information (the number of copies, original or copy, handing, readership, attendance, etc.).

 

  1. “Nobel Scientific Library.”
    Annotated bibliographic description of books and booklets in Russian and foreign languages, authors of which are laureates of the prizes at all nominations, as well as books and booklets about laureates, available in NSL funds of IINC.
    Structure: full bibliographic description, quantity of exemplars, original or copy, annotation, key words, allocation and shelving in the library, sources of acquisition of each copy (the presence of dedicatory inscription or other notes), special search code, price, information about distributions (In NSL of IINC, traditional and electronic catalogues are installed). IINC asks all nobelists to send materials for the mentioned database.

    The first version of databases was compiled
    by IINC president, prof. V.M.Tyutyunnik,
    10.03.1993.
    Specification and correction of 20.09.2003.
    Correction of 18.09.2010.
    Databases are leading since 1987.