Physics: http://www.csmonitor.com/Science/20...one-Nobel-Prize.-Could-there-be-another-video Higg's and Englert take it for the Higg's Boson. Hopefully you've heard about the Higg's Boson. Chemistry: http://www.csmonitor.com/Science/20...or-mixing-quantum-and-Newtonian-physics-video They developed a popular computational algorithm to predict chemical stability and reactivity in large molecules (such as biological molecules). It is able to treat some regions quantum mechanically, and approximate less relevant regions with classical mechanics, thus greatly simplifying the problem and reducing computational time. Maybe someone else wants to chime in other Nobel prizes. Those aren't my field.