Researchers, who wrote the book, which included and described about the principles related to quantum teleportation, have been mentioned in the 2012 Thomson Reuters tips for being awarded with Nobel prizes for science.
Nobel prediction expert David Pendlebury's yearly anticipation depends upon the company's `Web of Knowledge' data, which relates to a fact that how a scientist's invention or discovery could be used by others to carry out with a further research.
Those of who will be awarded the 2012 Nobels will b declared during the beginning of the October month. Although, it is far too difficult to forecast the names of the winners, it has been more than 10 years that 26 people predicted by Pendlebury have won.
He said, "We're not trying to pull a rabbit out of the hat. We're trying to demonstrate that citations in the literature are a strong indicator of peer esteem".
These records lay the basis for giving away top prestigious awards in science and research, including the Nobel Prize. According to his basis, Pendelbury this time has chosen IBM researcher Charles Bennett, Gilles Brassard at the University of Montreal and William Wootters at Williams College in Massachusetts for their efforts made in explaining the rules for quantum teleportation.
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