King Faisal Prize

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The King Faisal Prize (Arabic: جائزة الملك فيصل‎) is an annual award sponsored by King Faisal Foundation presented to "dedicated men and women whose contributions make a positive difference".[2][3] The foundation awards prizes in five categories: Service to Islam; Islamic studies; the Arabic language and Arabic literature; science; and medicine. Three of the prizes are widely considered as the most prestigious awards in the Muslim world.

King Faisal Prize
Awarded forExceptional Achievements in
Service to Islam
Islamic studies
Arabic Language and Literature
Medicine
Science
CountrySaudi Arabia
Presented byKing Faisal Foundation
Reward(s)US$ 200,000 and a gold medal[1]
First awarded1979
Websitewww.kingfaisalprize.org

The first King Faisal Prize was awarded to the Pakistani scholar Abul A'la Maududi in the year 1979 for his service to Islam. In 1981, Khalid of Saudi Arabia received the same award.[4] In 1984, Fahd of Saudi Arabia was the recipient of the award.[5] In 1986, this prize was co-awarded to Ahmed Deedat and French Roger Garaudy.[6]

Award processEdit

Designation of subjectsEdit

Each year, the selection committees designate subjects in Islamic Studies, Arabic Literature, and Medicine. Selected topics in Islamic Studies category are aimed at highlighting areas of importance in Muslim societies. Arabic Literature topics relate to specialized areas within the discipline. Topics in Medicine are supposed to reflect current areas of international concern. The Science category covers a broad range of subcategories e.g. physics, mathematics, chemistry and biology.[3]

NominationEdit

Islamic institutions, universities and previous winners of the King Faisal Prize can nominate a person for the award. Nominations from ordinary individuals or political parties are not accepted.[7] The nominee or nominated institution(s) must be known for their leading practical or intellectual role in the service of Islam and Muslims.[8] Nominated works must be published, benefit mankind and enrich human knowledge.[8]

SelectionEdit

Winners of the Prize for category "Service to Islam" are chosen directly by the respective selection committee. For other Prize categories, pre-selection by peer reviewers is carried out, which is followed by scrutiny of the works of worthy nominees by selected referees of each discipline. Autonomous, international, specialist selection committees are then convened at the headquarters of King Faisal Foundation in Riyadh each January to make their final decisions.[3]

PrizesEdit

The prize in each of the five categories consists of:

  1. A hand written Diwani calligraphy certificate, summarizing the laureate's work.
  2. A commemorative 24 carat, 200 gram gold medal, uniquely cast for each prize.
  3. A cash endowment of SR 750,000 (US$ 200,000).

Co-winners in any category share the monetary grant. The Prizes are awarded during a ceremony in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, under the auspices of the King of Saudi Arabia.[3]

Country standingsEdit

The five countries with most award-winners as of 2012 were:[9][needs update]

Position Service to Islam Islamic Studies Arabic Language
and Literature
Medicine Science Total
  USA 0 0 1 25 22 48
  EGY 5 7 22 0 2 36
  UK 0 1 0 12 10 23
  SAU 13 6 3 0 0 22
  GER 0 1 0 3 6 10

Sydney Brenner was considered to be the first Jew to win the King Faisal Award, in 1992.[10] Ronald Levy was reported to be a Jewish recipient in 2009.[10]

Winners by subjectEdit

Service to IslamEdit

Year Branch Country Winner Name Winner Title
1979 Service to Islam   Pakistan Sayyid Abul Ala'a AI-Mowdoodi Maulana
1980 Service to Islam   India Sayyid Abul-Hasan Ali Al-Hasani Al-Nadawi Mufakkir-e-Islam
  Indonesia Mohammad Natsir Doctor
1981 Service to Islam   Saudi Arabia King Khalid Ibn Abd Al-Aziz AI-Saud His Majesty
1982 Service to Islam   Saudi Arabia Abd AI-Aziz Bin Baz Shaikh
1983 Service to Islam   Egypt Hasanein M. Makhlouf Shaikh
  Malaysia Tunku Abd AI-Rahman Prince
1984 Service to Islam   Saudi Arabia King Fahd Ibn Abd Al-Aziz AI-Saud Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques
1985 Service to Islam   Afghanistan Abel Rab AI-Rasoul Saiaf Mr
1986 Service to Islam   South Africa Ahmad H. Deedat Mr
  France Roger Garaudy Doctor
1987 Service to Islam   Nigeria Abu Bakr Mahmoud Gumi Shaikh
1988 Service to Islam   Philippines Ahmad Domocao Alonto Doctor
1989 Service to Islam   Egypt Muhammad Al-Ghazali Al-Saqqa Shaikh
1990 Service to Islam   Saudi Arabia Ali At-Tantawi Shaikh
  Pakistan Khurshid Ahmad Professor
1991 Service to Islam   Saudi Arabia Dr. Abdullah Umar Nasif His Excellency
1992 Service to Islam   Niger Dr. Hamed AI-Ghabid His Excellency
1993 Service to Islam   Bosnia and Herzegovina President Alija Begovitch President
1994 Service to Islam   Saudi Arabia Muhammad Ibn Al-Uthaymeen[11] Shaikh
1995 Service to Islam   Egypt Shaikh Gad AI-Haq Ali Gad AI-Haq His Eminence
1996 Service to Islam   Kuwait Abd AI-Rahman H. AI-Sumait Doctor
1997 Service to Islam   Malaysia Dr. Mahathir bin Muhammad Prime Minister
1998 Service to Islam   Senegal President Abdou Diouf His Excellency
1999 Service to Islam   United Arab Emirates Jum'ah AI-Majid Abd Allah Mr
2000 Service to Islam   Egypt AI-Azhar AI-Sharif -
2001 Service to Islam   Saudi Arabia The Saudi Arabian High Commission for Donations to Bosnia-Herzegovina -
2002 Service to Islam   United Arab Emirates Shaikh Dr. Sultan Ibn Muhammad AI-Qasimi His Highness
2003 Service to Islam   Saudi Arabia Sultan Ibn Abd AI-Aziz AI-Saud Foundation -
2004 Service to Islam   Sudan Abd ar-Rahman Muhammad Siwar Adh-Dahab Field Marshal
2005 Service to Islam   Saudi Arabia Ahmed Mohamed Ali His Excellency
  Lebanon AI-Hariri Foundation -
2006 Service to Islam   Saudi Arabia Shaikh Salih bin Abd AlRahman AI-Husayyin His Excellency
  Kuwait Yusuf bin Jasim bin Mohammad AI-Hidji Shaikh
2007 Service to Islam   Russia Mintimer Sharipovich Shaimev His Excellency
2008 Service to Islam   Saudi Arabia King Abdullah Ibn Abdulaziz Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques
2009 Service to Islam   Egypt Principal Sharie Society for Quran and Sunnah Scholars Cairo -
2010 Service to Islam   Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdoğan Prime Minister
2011 Service to Islam   Malaysia Abdullah Ahmad Badawi His Excellency
2012 Service to Islam   Saudi Arabia Sulaiman Bin Abd Al-Aziz Al-Rajhi Shaikh
2015 Service to Islam   India Zakir A. Naik Doctor
2016 Service to Islam   Saudi Arabia Salih bin Abdullah al Humaid[12] Doctor
2017 Service to Islam   Saudi Arabia Salman ibn Abdulaziz King
2018 Service to Islam   Indonesia Irwandi Jaswir Professor
2019 Service to Islam   Sudan International University of Africa, Khartoum -
2020 Service to Islam   Saudi Arabia The Makkah Document -

Islamic StudiesEdit

Year Branch Topic Country Winner Name Winner Title
1979 Islamic Studies Studies Dealing with the Influence of Muslim Scholars on European Civilization   Germany Fuat Sezgin Professor
1980 Islamic Studies Studies on the Hadith of Muhammad   Saudi Arabia Muhammad Mustafa Azmi Doctor
1981 Islamic Studies Studies on the Role of Shari'a in the Restoration of the Society - Not Awarded -
1982 Islamic Studies Contemporary Economic Problems from an Islamic Perspective   India Muhammad Najatuallah Siddiqui Professor
1983 Islamic Studies Studies on the Quran   Egypt Muhammad A. Odaimah Professor
1984 Islamic Studies General Theory in Islamic Jurisprudence   Syria Mustafa A. AI-Zarka'a Shaikh
1985 Islamic Studies Studies and Editions on the Islamic Doctrine   Saudi Arabia Muhammad Rashad Salim Professor
  Egypt Farouk A Oesouki Doctor
  Egypt Mustafa M. Suliman Doctor
1986 Islamic Studies Studies Dealing with Islamic History   Iraq Abd AI-Aziz AI-Duri Professor
1987 Islamic Studies Principles and Practices of International Relations in Islam - Not Awarded -
1988 Islamic Studies Studies Dealing with Islamic Education   Egypt Muhammad Kotb Shathly -
  Turkey Mikdat Yalçın Professor
1989 Islamic Studies Studies Dealing with the Islamic City   Iraq Saleh Ahmad AI-Ali Professor
1990 Islamic Studies Financial Dealings in Islamic Shari'ah   Sudan Al-Seddiq M. Al-Darir Professor
  Saudi Arabia Umer Chapra Doctor
1991 Islamic Studies Studies Dealing with the Spread of Islam into an Area Outside the Present Boundaries of the Islamic World - Not Awarded -
1992 Islamic Studies Origins of Research Methodologies in Contemporary - Not Awarded -
1993 Islamic Studies Muslim Achievements in the Field of Sociology   Egypt Hasan As-Sa'ati Abd AI Aziz Professor
1994 Islamic Studies Studies Dealing with Islamic Law   Egypt EI-Sayyid Sabiq At-Tihami Shaikh
  Qatar Yousef A. AI-Qaradawi Doctor
1995 Islamic Studies Studies Dealing with Thematic Commentary of the Quran - Not Awarded -
1996 Islamic Studies The Life of the Muhammad   Iraq Akram Dia'a AI-Umari Professor
1997 Islamic Studies Studies on the Status of Women in Islam   Iraq Abd AI-Karim Zedan Biej Professor
1998 Islamic Studies Studies on Libraries or the Evolution of Islamic Book Craft   Egypt Abd AI-Sattar Al-Halwaji Professor
  Saudi Arabia Yahia M. bin Junaid Professor
1999 Islamic Studies Contributions to the Study, Verification
and Authentication of the Hadith
  Syria Shaikh Muhammad Nasir Ad-Din Al-Albani Shaikh
2000 Islamic Studies Studies Dealing with the Spread and Cultural Impact of Islam Outside the Arab   Bangladesh Muhammad Mohar Ali Professor
2001 Islamic Studies Studies on Matters with no Islamic Legal Precedent - Not Awarded -
2002 Islamic Studies Studies into the Objectives of Islamic Legislation - Not Awarded -
2003 Islamic Studies Studies Dealing with History of Islamic Economics   Sudan Izz EI-Din Omar Mousa Professor
  Morocco Ibrahim Abu Bakr Harakat Professor
2004 Islamic Studies Basics of Islamic Jurisprudence   Saudi Arabia Yacoub Abd AI-wahab AIBahussain Doctor
  India Ali Ahmad Ghulam Muhammad Nadvi Doctor
2005 Islamic Studies Defense of the Islamic State During the 5th and 6th Centuries A.H   United Kingdom Carole Hillenbrand Professor
2006 Islamic Studies The Origins of Islamic Jurisprudence - Not Awarded -
2007 Islamic Studies Muslims' Contribution to Pure or Applied Sciences   France Roshdi Hifni Rashed Professor
2008 Islamic Studies Rules Governing International Relations
During Peace and War in Islam
- Withheld -
2009 Islamic Studies Studies by Muslim Scholars on the Concept
of "Imran" (Civilization Cycles)
  Morocco Abdessalam M. Cheddadi Professor
2010 Islamic Studies Studies Dealing with Religious Endowments (Waqf) in Islam - Withheld -
2011 Islamic Studies Socioeconomic Aspects in the Islamic World
through 10th-13th Century H;
  Turkey Halil İbrahim İnalcık Professor
  Jordan Muhammad Adnan Bakhit Al-Sheyyab Professor
2012 Islamic Studies Human Rights in Islam   Saudi Arabia Professor Adnaan Bin Muhammad Al-Wazan His Excellency
2015 Islamic Studies Cultural Heritage of Al-Madinah Al-Munawwarah   Saudi Arabia Abdulaziz Bin Abdulrahman Kaki Doctor
2016 Islamic Studies Muslim Geography Heritage   Kuwait Abdullah bin Yousif Al-Ghunaim Professor
2018 Islamic Studies Critical Editions of Islamic Historical and Biographical Texts   Jordan Bashar Awad Professor
2020 Islamic Studies Islamic Heritage of Alquds   Jordan Mohammed Hashim Ghosheh Doctor

Arabic language and literatureEdit

Year Branch Topic Country Winner Name Winner Title
1979 Arabic Language and Literature Studies on Contemporary Arabic Poetry - Not Awarded -
1980 Arabic Language and Literature Studies on Contemporary Arabic Poetry   Palestine Ihsan Abbas Professor
  Egypt Abd Al-Qadir Al-Qit Professor
1981 Arabic Language and Literature Editing Literary Manuscripts from the 2nd and 3rd Centuries A.H.   Egypt Abd Al Salam Harun Professor
1982 Arabic Language and Literature Studies on Ancient Arabic Literature from the Pre-Islamic Era to the End of the 1st Century A.H.   Jordan Nasir Al-Din Al-Asad Professor
1983 Arabic Language and Literature Studies on Ancient Arabic Literature during the 2nd and 3rd Centuries   Egypt Ahmad Shawqi Daif Professor
1984 Arabic Language and Literature Studies on Arabic Literature During the 4th Century A.H.   Egypt Mahmoud Mohamed Shaker -
1985 Arabic Language and Literature Studies on Ancient Arabic Literary Criticism - Not Awarded -
1986 Arabic Language and Literature Studies on Arabic Literature During the 5th and 6th Centuries A.H.   Iraq Mohammad Bahjat Al-Athari -
1987 Arabic Language and Literature Literary Studies on Modern Arabic Prose - Not Awarded -
1988 Arabic Language and Literature Studies on Arabic Literature in Andalusia   Morocco Mohammad Bin Sharifah Professor
  Egypt Mahmoud Y. Makki Professor
1989 Arabic Language and Literature Studies Dealing with Prominent Arab Writers and Poets to the end of the 3rd Century A.H.   Egypt Yousef A. Khulaif Professor
  Syria Shaker Al-Fahham Professor
1990 Arabic Language and Literature Short Novels   Egypt Yahia M. Haqqi Mr
1991 Arabic Language and Literature Children's Literature   Morocco MAli Abd Al-Qadir Al Siqilli Mr
  Egypt Abd Al Tawwab Yousef Mr
  Egypt Ahmed M. Najeeb -
1992 Arabic Language and Literature Translations of Literary and Critical Studies into Arabic   Lebanon Mohammad Yousef Najm Professor
  Egypt Abd Alfattah Shukri Ayyad Professor
  Egypt Mohammad Mustafa Badawi Professor
1993 Arabic Language and Literature Plays Written in Metrical or Prose Arabic - Not Awarded -
1994 Arabic Language and Literature Studies Dealing with Ancient Arabic Prose   United States Wadad Afif Kadi Professor
  Egypt Aisha Abd Al Rahman "Bint ash shati" Professor
1995 Arabic Language and Literature Studies Dealing with Prominent Contemporary Arab Writers   Egypt Mohammad Abu Al-Anwar Mohammad Ali Professor
  Egypt Hamdi Sayyid Ahmed El Sakkout Professor
  Syria Salma Lutfi Al-Haffar Al-Kowzbari -
1996 Arabic Language and Literature Literature Analyzing the Writings of Early Arab Travelers   Saudi Arabia Hamad Bin Mohamad Al Jasir Shaikh
1997 Arabic Language and Literature Studies on the Modern Arabic Novel - Not Awarded -
1998 Arabic Language and Literature Autobiographies by Contemporary Arab Writers - Not Awarded -
1999 Arabic Language and Literature Comparative Studies between Arabic and Other Literatures: Theoretical and Applied Aspects   Morocco Said Abd Al-Salam Allouche -
  Egypt Makarim Ahmed Al-Ghamri Professor
2000 Arabic Language and Literature Studies Pertaining to Early Arab Literary Critics   Egypt Izz Ad-Din Ismail Abd-Al Ghani Professor
  Sudan Abd Allah Al-Tayyeb -
2001 Arabic Language and Literature Studies dealing with Modern Arabic prose   Saudi Arabia Mansour Ibrahim Al Hazmi Professor
  Jordan Ibrahim Abd Al-Rahim Al Saafin Professor
2002 Arabic Language and Literature Studies of Modern Palestinian Literature   Jordan Husni Mahmoud Hussein Professor
  Syria Husam Aldin Al-Khatib Professor
2003 Arabic Language and Literature Definitions of Literary and Critical Terms of Arabic Literature - Not Awarded -
2004 Preservation of Classical Arabic to the End of the 5th Century AH   Egypt Hussain M Nassar Professor
2005 Arabic Language and Literature Arabic Prose in the 4th and 5th Centuries A.H. - Not Awarded -
2006 Arabic Language and Literature The Arabic Language in Modern Linguistics   Morocco Abdelkader Fassi Fehri -
  Egypt Tammam Hassan Omar Professor
2007 Arabic Language and Literature Studies on Ancient Arabic Rhetoric   Egypt Mustafa A. Nasif Professor
  Morocco Muhammad A. Al-Omari Professor
2008 Arabic Language and Literature Terminology Issues of the Arabic Language   Tunisia Muhammad Rachad Hamzaoui Professor
  Iraq Ahmed Matloob Al-Nasir Professor
2009 Arabic Language and Literature Verification of Poetry, Prose and Anthology through 300 H – 700 H   Saudi Arabia Abd Al-Aziz Bin Nasir Al-Manie Professor
2010 Arabic Language and Literature Studies Dealing with Arabic Grammatical Thought   Lebanon Ramzi Mounir Baalbaki Professor
  Algeria Abderrahman El-Houari Hadj-Saleh Professor
2011 Arabic Language and Literature Renovation Trends in Arabic Poetry up to the End of the 7th Century H. - Not Awarded -
2012 Arabic Language and Literature Computer Processing of the Arabic Language: Individual and Institutional Endeavors   Egypt Nabil Ali Mohamed Professor
  Egypt Ali Helmy Ahmed Moussa Professor
2013 Arabic Language and Literature Individual and Institutional Efforts In Writing Arabic Dictionaries   Egypt Arabic Language Academy In Cairo -
2015 Arabic Language and Literature Venture Towards Arabisation of Scientific and Medical Matters - Withheld -
2016 Arabic Language and Literature Analysis of the Arabic Poetic Text   Egypt Mohamed Abdalmotaleb Mostafa Professor
  Morocco Mohammed El-Ghazouani Miftah Professor
2018 Arabic Language and Literature Studies Dealing with Autobiography in Arabic Literature   Tunisia Shukri Mabkhout Professor
2019 Arabic Language and Literature Arabic Language and Contemporary Challenges   Morocco Abdelali Mohamed Oudrhiri Doctor
  Egypt Mahmoud Fahmy Hegazi Doctor
2020 Arabic Language and Literature Linguistic Studies on Arabic in Other Languages   Australia Michael G. Carter Professor

MedicineEdit

Year Branch Topic Country Winner Name Winner Title
1982 Medicine Primary Health Care   United Kingdom David C. Morley Professor
1983 Medicine Malaria   United Kingdom Wallace Peters Professor
1984 Medicine Diarrheal Diseases   United States Michael Field (de) Professor
  United States William B. Greenough III Professor
  United States John S. Fordtran Professor
1985 Medicine Viral Hepatitis   United States R. Palmer Beasley Professor
  Italy Mario Rizzetto Professor
1986 Medicine Diabetes Mellitus    Switzerland Albert Renold Professor
  Italy Lelio Orci Professor
  Italy Gian Franco Bottazzo -
1988 Medicine Leukemia   United Kingdom Melvin F. Greaves
  United States Janet D. Rawley Professor
1989 Medicine Infertility   United Kingdom Robert G. Edwards   Professor
  United States Luigi Mastroianni Jr. Professor
1990 Medicine Schistosomiasis   United Kingdom Anthony E. Butterworth Professor
  France André Capron Professor
1991 Medicine Biochemical Aspects of Mental Health - Not Awarded -
1992 Medicine Coronary Artery Disease   Italy Attilio Maseri Professor
1993 Medicine Acquired Immuno-deficiency Diseases   France Françoise Barré-Sinoussi   Professor
  France Jean-Claude Chermann Professor
  France Luc Montagnier   Professor
1994 Medicine Medical Applications Of Genetic Engineering   United Kingdom Robert Williamson (de) Professor
  United States W. French Anderson Professor
1995 Medicine Molecular Immunology   Canada Tak W. Mak Professor
  United States Mark M. Davis Professor
  United Kingdom Gregory P. Winter   Sir
1996 Medicine Management of the Premature Infant   Japan Tetsurō Fujiwara Professor
  Sweden Bengt Robertson Professor
1997 Medicine Degenerative Diseases of the Nervous System   Germany Konrad Beyreuther Professor
  Canada James F. Gusella Professor
  Australia Colin L. Masters Professor
1998 Medicine Control of Communicable Diseases   United States Robert H. Purcell Professor
  United States John L. Gerin [de] Professor
1999 Medicine Allergic Diseases   United Kingdom Stephen T. Holgate
  Australia Patrick G. Holt [de] Professor
2000 Medicine Ageing   United States Cynthia Jane Kenyon Professor
2001 Medicine Organ Transplantation   United States Norman E. Shumway Professor
  United Kingdom Roy Calne Professor
  United States Thomas Starzl Professor
2002 Medicine Pathophysiology of Chronic Heart Failure   Denmark Finn Waagstein [de] Professor
  United States Eugene Braunwald Professor
2003 Medicine Breast Cancer   Italy Umberto Veronesi Professor
  Germany Axel Ullrich Professor
2004 Medicine Invasive Cardiology    Switzerland Ulrich Sigwart Professor
2005 Medicine Tobacco Risks on Human Health   United Kingdom Richard Doll Sir
  United Kingdom Richard Peto Sir
2006 Biology of Vascular Inflammation   United States Michael Anthony Gimbrone [de] Jr. Professor
2007 Medicine Prostate Cancer   Canada Fernand Labrie Professor
  United States Patrick Craig Walsh [de] Professor
2008 Medicine Trauma Management   United States Donald Trunkey Professor
  United States Basil A. Pruitt [de] Jr. Professor
2009 Medicine Molecular Targeted Therapy   United States Ronald Levy Professor
2010 Medicine Non-Arthroplasty Management of Degenerative Joint Disease   Germany Reinhold Ganz [de] Professor
  Canada Johanne Martel-Pelletier Professor
  Canada Jean-Pierre Pelletier [de] Professor
2011 Medicine Stem Cell Therapy   United States James A. Thomson Professor
  Japan Shinya Yamanaka   Professor
2012 Medicine Minimal Invasive Fetal Management   United States Richard L. Berkowitz [de] Professor
  United States James B. Bussel [de] Professor
2013 Medicine The Genetics of Obesity   United States Jeffrey M. Friedman Professor
  Canada Douglas L. Coleman Professor
2014 Medicine Non-Invasive Diagnosis of Fetal Diseases   Hong Kong Yuk Ming Dennis Lo Professor
2015 Medicine Intestinal Microflora and Human Health   United States Jeffrey Ivan Gordon Professor
2016 Medicine Clinical Application of Next Generation Genetics   Netherlands Joris Andre Veltman [de] Professor
  Netherlands Han G. Brunner [de] Professor
2017 Medicine Biologic Therapeutics in Autoimmune Diseases   Japan Tadamitsu Kishimoto Professor
2018 Medicine Immunotherapy for Cancer   United States James P. Allison   Professor
2019 Medicine Bone Biology and Osteoporosis   United States Steven L. Teitelbaum Professor
  Norway Bjorn Reino Olsen Professor
2020 Medicine Haemoglobinopathies   United States Stuart H. Orkin Professor

ScienceEdit

Year Branch Topic Country Winner Name Winner Title
1984 Science Physics    Switzerland Heinrich Rohrer   Professor
  Germany Gerd Binnig   Professor
1985 Science - - Not Awarded -
1986 Science Biochemistry   United Kingdom Michael John Berridge Sir
1987 Science Mathematics   United Kingdom Michael Atiyah Sir
1988 Science Biology   United Kingdom Ricardo Miledi Professor
  France Pierre Chambon Professor
1989 Science Physics   Germany Theodor W. Hänsch   Professor
  Egypt /   United States Ahmed Hassan Zewail   Professor
1990 Science Chemistry   Canada Raymond Urgel Lemieux Professor
  Egypt /   United States Mustafa Amr El Sayed Professor
  United States Frank Albert Cotton Professor
1991 Science Mathematics - Not Awarded -
1992 Science Biology   South Africa Sydney Brenner   Professor
1993 Science Physics   United States Steven Chu   Professor
  Germany Herbert Walther Professor
1994 Science Mathematics   United States Dennis Parnell Sullivan Professor
1995 Science Chemistry   United States K. Barry Sharpless   Professor
1996 Science Biology   United States Günter Blobel   Professor
  United States James E. Rothman   Professor
  United Kingdom Hugh Pelham Professor
1997 Science Physics   United States Eric Allin Cornell   Professor
  United States Carl E. Wieman   Professor
1998 Science Mathematics   United Kingdom Andrew John Wiles Sir
1999 Science Chemistry   Germany Dieter Seebach Professor
  Japan Ryoji Noyori   Professor
2000 Science Biology   United States John Craig Venter Professor
  United States Edward O.Wilson Professor
2001 Science Physics   United States Chen Ning Yang   Professor
  Canada Sajeev O. John Professor
2002 Science Mathematics   United States Peter W. Shor Professor
  Russia Yuri I. Manin Professor
2003 Science Chemistry   Japan Koji Nakanishi Professor
  United States M. Frederick Hawthorne Professor
2004 Science Biology   United Kingdom Semir Zeki Professor
2005 Science Physics   United States Federico Capasso Professor
  Austria Anton Zeilinger Professor
  United States Frank Wilczek   Professor
2006 Science Mathematics   United Kingdom Simon Kirwan Donaldson Professor
  India Mudumbai Seshachalu Narasimhan Professor
2007 Science Chemistry   United Kingdom James Fraser Stoddart   Professor
2008 Science Biology   Germany Rüdiger Wehner [de] Professor
2009 Science Physics   Russia Rashid A. Sunyaev Professor
  United Kingdom Richard H. Friend Sir
2010 Science Mathematics   Australia Terence Chi-Shen Tao Professor
  Italy Enrico Bombieri Professor
2011 Science Chemistry   United States George M. Whitesides Professor
  United States Richard Zare Professor
2012 Science Biology   United States Alexander Jacob Varshavsky Professor
2013 Science Physics   Hungary /   Austria Ferenc Krausz Professor
  Canada Paul B. Corkum Professor
2014 Science Mathematics   Germany Gerd Faltings Professor
2015 Science Chemistry    Switzerland Michael Grätzel Professor
  Jordan /   United States Omar Mwannes Yaghi Professor
2016 Science Biology   United States Vamsi Krishna Mootha Professor
  United Kingdom Stephen Philip Jackson Professor
2017 Science Physics    Switzerland Daniel Loss Professor
  Netherlands Laurens Molenkamp Professor
2018 Science Mathematics   United Kingdom John M. Ball Sir
2019 Science Chemistry   United States Allen J. Bard Professor
  United States Jean Fréchet Professor
2020 Science Biology   United States Xiaodong Wang Professor

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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