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Nautilus builds a fantasy market for the science nerd
NEW YORK, Sept. 11, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Nautilus, the online science weekly and print quarterly, has created a new fantasy market to predict the 2013 Nobel Prize.
Now science and literature watchers can place their money where their mouth is. The Nautilus Nobel Exchange lets you browse candidates, pick winners, and watch the odds change in real time as others place their bets.
The player holding the most contracts in candidates that actually win a Nobel Prize this October, wins the game, and receives a year-long subscription to the Nautilus Quarterly.
The Nautilus Nobel Exchange can be found at nobel.nautil.us.
Nautilus is a new kind of science experience, that weaves together science, philosophy and culture into broad conversations that challenge, illuminate and educate. Sumptuously illustrated, unique, literary, and engaging, Nautilus attacks one monthly topic at a time with multidisciplinary content and multiple media types, including text, video, graphic stories, photo essays and games. In each issue you hear from the world's leading scientists - but also from fiction writers, philosophers, journalists and artists. Across the broad expanse of theory, history, research, experimentation and experience, Nautilus is the journal for the scientist and the seeker.
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