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John Fields
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    (May 14, 1863-August 9, 1932)
    Born in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
    Canadian mathematician and namesake of the Fields Medal
    President of the Royal Canadian Institute
    PhD in Mathematics from Johns Hopkins
    His PhD dissertation was 'Symbolic Finite Solutions by Definite Integrals of the Equation dny/dxn=xmy.'
    The Fields Medal is only awarded to persons under 40 years old.
    He granted Mussolini a private audience.
    The prize for the Fields Medal is only $15,000 US dollars.
    The Fields Medal is considered to be the Nobel Prize of mathematics and was named in Field's honor posthumously.
    He worked tirelessly to improve mathematical and other scientific research.
    He opposed the involvement of politics in scientific matters.
    He was an incredibly hard worker who could reputedly go days without sleep and could inspire others to equally heroic efforts.

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