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Friderik Pregl, the only Slovenian Nobel laureate

Ljubljana, 24 November - Friderik Pregl (1869-1930) is the only Slovenian-born scientist with a Nobel Prize to his name. He won the most prestigious award in science in 1923 for the development of a new method for the quantitative analysis of chemical compounds.

Bistra
A segment of the device designed by chemist Friderik Pregl (1869-1930) that won him the Nobel Prize in chemistry in 1923. The device is kept by the Technical Museum of Slovenia.
Photo: Tamino Petelinšek/STA

Bistra
A segment of the device designed by chemist Friderik Pregl (1869-1930) that won him the Nobel Prize in chemistry in 1923. The device is kept by the Technical Museum of Slovenia.
Photo: Tamino Petelinšek/STA

Ljubljana
Slovenian-Austria doctor and chemist and Nobel Prize laureate Friderik Pregl (1869-1930).
Photo: Wikipedia

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