Winners have taken home the Nobel Prize for combating yellow fever, discovering the muon neutrino and other achievements.
By Ben Brody
You might not expect a suburban village of just 8,000 to have been home to five Nobel laureates, but that’s the case for Hastings-on-Hudson. And they weren’t all just commuting to nearby universities and institutes, either. The two most recent winners—both for economics—are actually Hastings High School grads. The five Hastings laureates are:
► For more from 914INC's Q2 2013 Issue, click here.