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List of Nobel laureates by university affiliation II

This page is the appendix of the main page List of Nobel laureates by university affiliation which only lists the top 50 universities by the number of affiliated Nobel laureates. In this appendix, rankings of universities with no more than 10 affiliated laureates are not shown explicitly, and universities with 1 - 5 affiliates are set hidden (on the right corner of each hidden table, there is a "show" button which can help to display the table).

Abbreviations: UG (Undergraduate), Grad (Graduate), Med (Medical), Atten (Attendee), Prof (Professor), Assoc (Associate), Asst (Assistant), Adj (Adjunct), PSD (Postdoc), Lect (Lecturer), Inst (Instructor), Res (Research/Researcher), Sci (Scientist), Fel (Fellow), Sch (Scholar), Vis (Visit/Visitor).

51st–60thEdit

51st

Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
Uppsala University, Sweden
Total: 17 (Univ Count: 8)[1]
Physics
  1. Kai Siegbahn[2] (B.A) - 1981
  2. Hannes Alfvén[3] (PhD) - 1970
  1. Kai Siegbahn[2] (Prof) - 1981*
  2. Hannes Alfvén[3] (Prof) - 1970
  3. Manne Siegbahn[4] (Prof) - 1924*
Chemistry
  1. Arne Tiselius[5] (B.A, PhD) - 1948
  2. Theodor Svedberg[6] (B.A, M.A, PhD) - 1926
  3. Svante Arrhenius[7] (PhD) - 1903
  1. Arne Tiselius[5] (Prof) - 1948*
  2. Theodor Svedberg[6] (Prof) - 1926*
  1. James B. Sumner[8][9] (Guggenheim Fel) - 1946
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Allvar Gullstrand[10] (UG Atten) - 1911
  1. Hugo Theorell[11] (Assoc Prof) - 1955
  2. Robert Bárány[12] (Prof) - 1914
  3. Allvar Gullstrand[10] (Prof) - 1911*
  1. Andrew Schally[13][14] (Vis Res) - 1977
Literature
  1. Pär Lagerkvist[15] (UG Atten) - 1951
  2. Erik Karlfeldt[16] (B.A) - 1931
Peace
  1. Alva Myrdal[17] (M.A) - 1982
  2. Dag Hammarskjöld[18] (B.A) - 1961
  3. Nathan Söderblom[19] (B.A) - 1930
  4. Hjalmar Branting[20] (B.S) - 1921
  1. Nathan Söderblom[19] (Prof) - 1930

52nd

Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
Leiden University, Netherlands
Total: 16

Notes: 1) The "Lorentz Visiting Professorship" is an award/honor-based visiting position without employment-level duty (only involves a series of public lectures).[21]

Physics
  1. Nico Bloembergen[22] (PhD) - 1981
  2. Johannes van der Waals[23] (B.A, PhD) - 1910
  3. Hendrik Lorentz[24] (B.S, PhD) - 1902
  4. Pieter Zeeman[25] (PhD) - 1902
  1. Heike Onnes[26] (Prof) - 1913*
  2. Hendrik Lorentz[24] (Prof) - 1902*
  1. Igor Tamm[27] (Vis Res) - 1958
  2. Enrico Fermi[28] (Res Asst) - 1938
  3. Albert Einstein[29] (Vis) - 1921
Chemistry
  1. Jacobus Hoff[30] (Atten) - 1901
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Niels Jerne[31] (UG Atten) - 1984
  2. Niko Tinbergen[32][33] (PhD) - 1973
  1. Willem Einthoven[34] (Prof) - 1924*
  1. Niko Tinbergen[32][33] (Lect) - 1973
  2. Albert Szent-Györgyi[35] (Res Asst) - 1937
Economics
  1. Tjalling Koopmans[36] (PhD) - 1975
  2. Jan Tinbergen[37][38] (B.S, PhD) - 1969
Peace
  1. Tobias Asser[39] (LLB) - 1911
Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
University of Tokyo, Japan
Total: 16 (Univ Count: 10)[40]
Physics
  1. Takaaki Kajita[41] (M.S, PhD) - 2015
  2. Yoichiro Nambu[42] (B.S, PhD) - 2008
  3. Masatoshi Koshiba[43] (B.S) - 2002
  4. Leo Esaki[44] (B.S, PhD) - 1973
  5. Sin-Itiro Tomonaga[45] (PhD) - 1965
  1. Takaaki Kajita[41] (Prof) - 2015*
  2. Masatoshi Koshiba[43] (Prof) - 2002*
  3. Sin-Itiro Tomonaga[45] (Prof) - 1965
  1. Anthony Leggett[46] (Vis Prof) - 2003
  2. Charles Townes[47] (Vis) - 1964
Chemistry
  1. Ei-ichi Negishi[48] (B.S) - 2010
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Yoshinori Ohsumi[49] (B.S, PhD) - 2016
  2. Satoshi Omura[50] (PhD) - 2015
  1. Tasuku Honjo[51] (Asst Prof) - 2018
  1. Yoshinori Ohsumi[49] (Res Assoc) - 2016
Economics
  1. Leonid Hurwicz[52] (Vis Prof) - 2007
  2. Harry Markowitz[53] (Vis Prof) - 1990
Literature
  1. Kenzaburō Ōe[54] (B.A) - 1994
  2. Yasunari Kawabata[55] (B.A) - 1968
Peace
  1. Eisaku Satō[56] (B.A) - 1974

54th

Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
Duke University, United States
Total: 15
Physics
  1. Robert Coleman Richardson[57] (PhD) - 1996
  2. Charles Townes[47] (M.A) - 1964
  1. Gerardus 't Hooft[58] (Guest Prof) - 1999
  2. Hans Dehmelt[59] (Res Assoc) - 1989
Chemistry
  1. Paul Modrich[60] (Prof) - 2015*
  2. Robert Lefkowitz[61] (Prof) - 2012*
  3. Peter Agre[62] (Prof) - 2003
  1. George P. Smith[63] (Vis) - 2018
  2. Brian Kobilka[64] (PSD) - 2012
Physiology or Medicine
  1. William Kaelin Jr.[65] (B.S, M.D) - 2019
  1. Gregg L. Semenza[66] (Med Res) - 2019
  2. Martin Rodbell[67] (Adj Prof) - 1994
  3. George Hitchings[68] (Adj Prof) - 1988
  4. Gertrude Elion[69] (Adj Prof) - 1988
Literature
  1. Wole Soyinka[70] (Sch in Residence) - 1986
Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
Hebrew University, Israel
Total: 15 (Univ Count: 8)[71]
Physics
  1. David Gross[72] (B.S, M.S) - 2004
  2. Albert Einstein[73] (Founder) - 1921
Chemistry
  1. Ada Yonath[74] (B.S, M.S) - 2009
  2. Aaron Ciechanover[75] (M.S, M.D) - 2004
  3. Avram Hershko[76] (M.D, PhD) - 2004
  1. Roger Kornberg[77] (Vis Prof) - 2006
  2. Walter Kohn[78] (Vis Sch) - 1998
Economics
  1. Daniel Kahneman[79] (B.A) - 2002
  1. Robert Aumann[80] (Prof) - 2005*
  2. Daniel Kahneman[79] (Prof) - 2002
  1. Alvin Roth[81] (Bogen Vis Prof) - 2012
  2. Lloyd Shapley[82] (Fel) - 2012
  3. Dale Mortensen[83] (Fel) - 2010
  4. Peter Diamond[84] (Vis) - 2010
  5. Robert Aumann[80] (Lect) - 2005
  6. Harry Markowitz[53] (Vis Prof) - 1990
  7. Lawrence Klein[85] (Vis Prof) - 1980
Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
Stockholm University, Sweden
Total: 15 (Univ Count: 5)[86]

Notes: 1) The University Count only includes faculty member laureates.

Physics
  1. Kai Siegbahn[2] (PhD) - 1981
Chemistry
  1. Paul Crutzen[87] (PhD) - 1995
  2. Svante Arrhenius[7] (Atten) - 1903*
  1. Paul Crutzen[87] (Prof) - 1995
  2. George de Hevesy[88] (Prof) - 1943*
  3. Hans Euler-Chelpin[89] (Prof) - 1929*
  4. Svante Arrhenius[7] (Prof) - 1903*
  1. Paul D. Boyer[90] (Vis) - 1997
  2. James B. Sumner[9] (Res) - 1946
  3. Artturi Virtanen[91] (Res) - 1945
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Allvar Gullstrand[10] (M.D) - 1911
  1. Bengt Samuelsson[92][93] (Prof) - 1982
  1. Allvar Gullstrand[10] (Lect) - 1911
Economics
  1. Gunnar Myrdal[94] (J.D) - 1974
  1. Gunnar Myrdal[94] (Prof) - 1974*
  1. Finn Kydland[95] (Vi Sch) - 2004
Literature
  1. Tomas Tranströmer[96] (B.A, M.S, PhD) - 2011
Peace
  1. Alva Myrdal[17] (B.A) - 1982
  2. Dag Hammarskjöld[18] (PhD) - 1961

57th

Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
McGill University, Canada
Total: 14
Physics
  1. Willard Boyle[97] (B.S, M.S, PhD) - 2009
  2. Val Fitch[98] (B.Eng) - 1980
  1. John M. Kosterlitz[99] (Vis Prof) - 2016
  2. Willard Boyle[97] (Lect) - 2009
Chemistry
  1. Rudolph Marcus[100] (B.S, PhD) - 1992
  1. Ernest Rutherford[101] (Prof) - 1908
  1. Otto Hahn[102] (Res) - 1944
  2. Frederick Soddy[103] (Demonstrator) - 1921
Physiology or Medicine
  1. John O'Keefe[104] (PhD) - 2014
  2. Ralph Steinman[105] (B.S) - 2011
  3. Jack Szostak[106] (B.S) - 2009
  4. Andrew Schally[13] (PhD) - 1992
  1. John J. R. Macleod[107] (Prof) - 1923
  1. David Hubel[108] (Med Intern) - 1981
Economics
  1. Robert Mundell[109] (Repap Prof) - 1999
Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
University of California, Santa Barbara, United States
Total: 14 (Univ Count: 6)[110]
Physics
  1. Shuji Nakamura[111] (Prof) - 2014*
  2. David Gross[72] (Prof) - 2004*
  3. Frank Wilczek[112] (Prof) - 2004
  4. Herbert Kroemer[113] (Prof) - 2000*
  5. John Schrieffer[114] (Prof) - 1972
  1. Kip Thorne[115] (Vis) - 2017
  2. Heinrich Rohrer[116] (Vis) - 1986
  3. John Bardeen[117] (Vis Prof) - 1956, 1972
Chemistry
  1. Alan Heeger[118] (Prof) - 2000*
  2. Walter Kohn[78] (Prof) - 1998*
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Carol Greider[119] (B.A) - 2009
Economics
  1. Finn Kydland[95] (Prof) - 2004*
  1. Leonid Hurwicz[52] (Vis Prof) - 2007
  2. Edward Prescott[120] (Vis Prof) - 2004
Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
University of Utrecht, Netherlands
Total: 14 (Univ Count: 12)[121]

Notes: 1) The "designated" winner included in the University Count, Rudolf Magnus, was not an actual Nobel Prize winner.

Physics
  1. Gerardus 't Hooft[58] (B.A, PhD) - 1999
  2. Martinus Veltman[122] (PhD) - 1999
  3. Nico Bloembergen[22] (Grad Atten) - 1981
  4. Wilhelm Röntgen[123] (UG Atten) - 1901
  1. Gerardus 't Hooft[58] (Prof) - 1999*
  2. Martinus Veltman[122] (Prof) - 1999
  1. Eugene Wigner[124][125] (Kramers Prof) - 1963
  2. Felix Bloch[126] (Res Fel) - 1952
Chemistry
  1. Jacobus Hoff[30] (PhD) - 1901
  1. Paul Crutzen[87] (Prof) - 1995
  2. Leopold Ružička[127] (Prof) - 1939
  3. Peter Debye[128] (Prof) - 1936
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Willem Einthoven[34] (B.S, M.D) - 1924
  1. Christiaan Eijkman[129] (Prof) - 1929*
  1. Edward Tatum[130][131] (PSD) - 1958
Economics
  1. Tjalling Koopmans[36] (B.A) - 1975
Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
University of Würzburg, Germany
Total: 14 (Univ Count: 14)[132]
Physics
  1. Klaus von Klitzing[133] (PhD) - 1985
  1. Johannes Stark[134] (Prof) - 1919
  2. Wilhelm Wien[135] (Prof) - 1911*
  3. Wilhelm Röntgen[123] (Prof) - 1901
  1. Max Laue[136] (Res) - 1914
  2. Karl Braun[137] (Res Asst) - 1909
Chemistry
  1. Hartmut Michel[138] (PhD) - 1988
  2. Walther Nernst[139] (PhD) - 1920
  1. Eduard Buchner[140] (Prof) - 1907
  2. Emil Fischer[141] (Prof) - 1902
  1. Hartmut Michel[138] (PSD) - 1988
  2. Svante Arrhenius[7] (Vis) - 1903
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Hans Spemann[142][143] (PhD) - 1935
  1. Harald zur Hausen[144] (Sr. Sci) - 2008
  1. Hans Spemann[142] (Lect) - 1935
  2. Karl Landsteiner[145] (Res) - 1930

61st–70thEdit

61st

Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
Moscow State University, Russia
Total: 13 (Univ Count: 11)[146]
Physics
  1. Alexei A. Abrikosov[147] (M.S, PhD) - 2003
  2. Vitaly Ginzburg[148] (PhD) - 2003
  3. Igor Tamm[149] (B.S, PhD) - 1958
  4. Ilya Frank[150] (B.S, PhD) - 1958
  1. Alexei A. Abrikosov[147] (Prof) - 2003
  2. Pyotr Kapitsa[151][152] (Prof) - 1978
  3. Alexander Prokhorov[153] (Prof) - 1964
  4. Lev Landau[154] (Prof) - 1962
  5. Igor Tamm[149] (Prof) - 1958*
  6. Ilya Frank[155] (Prof) - 1958*
  1. Kip Thorne[115] (Vis Prof) - 2017
  2. George Smoot[156] (Lab Director) - 2006
Chemistry
  1. Nikolay Semyonov[157] (Prof) - 1956
Literature
  1. Boris Pasternak[158] (UG Atten) - 1958
Peace
  1. Mikhail Gorbachev[159] (LLB) - 1990
  2. Boris Pasternak[158] (UG Atten) - 1958
Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
Sapienza University of Rome, Italy
Total: 13 (Univ Count: 7)[160]
Physics
  1. Emilio Segrè[161] (PhD) - 1959
  1. Carlo Rubbia[162] (Prof) - 1985
  2. Emilio Segrè[161] (Assoc Prof) - 1959
  3. Enrico Fermi[28] (Prof) - 1938*
  4. Guglielmo Marconi[160] (Prof) - 1909
  1. Hans Bethe[163] (Rockefeller Fel) - 1967
  2. Felix Bloch[126] (Res Fel) - 1952
Chemistry
  1. Giulio Natta[164] (Prof) - 1963
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Salvador Luria[165] (UG Atten) - 1969
  1. Daniel Bovet[166] (Prof) - 1957
Economics
  1. Franco Modigliani[167] (B.A, J.D) - 1985
Literature
  1. Salvatore Quasimodo[168] (UG Atten) - 1959
  2. Luigi Pirandello[169] (UG Atten) - 1934
  1. Dario Fo[170] (Prof) - 1997
Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
University of Graz, Austria
Total: 13
Physics
  1. Victor Hess[171] (PhD) - 1936
  1. Victor Hess[171] (Prof) - 1936
  2. Erwin Schrödinger[172] (Prof) - 1933
Chemistry
  1. Fritz Pregl[173] (M.D) - 1923
  2. Walther Nernst[139] (UG Atten) - 1920
  1. Fritz Pregl[173] (Prof) - 1923*
  1. Richard Zsigmondy[174] (Lect) - 1925
  2. Svante Arrhenius[7] (Vis) - 1903
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Karl von Frisch[175] (Prof) - 1973
  2. Otto Loewi[176] (Prof) - 1936*
  3. Julius Wagner-Jauregg[177] (Prof) - 1927
  1. Carl Cori[178] (PSD) - 1947
  2. Henrik Dam[179] (Vis) - 1943
Literature
  1. Peter Handke[180] (B.A) - 2019
  2. Ivo Andric[181] (PhD) - 1961

64th

Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
King's College London, United Kingdom
Total: 12 (Univ Count: 12)[182]

Notes: 1) Patrick Blackett was a fellow of King's College, Cambridge, instead of King's College London.[183][184][185]

Physics
  1. Peter Higgs[186] (B.S, M.S, PhD) - 2013
  2. Edward V. Appleton[187] (PhD) - 1947
  1. Edward Appleton[187] (Prof) - 1947
  2. Owen Richardson[188] (Prof) - 1928
  3. Charles Barkla[189][190] (Prof) - 1917
  1. Charles Barkla[189] (Res Fel) - 1917
Chemistry
  1. Michael Levitt[191] (B.S) - 2013
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Max Theiler[192][182] (Med Atten) - 1951
  2. Frederick Hopkins[193] (M.D) - 1929
  1. James W. Black[194] (Prof) - 1988*
  2. Maurice Wilkins[195][196] (Prof) - 1962*
  1. Charles Sherrington[197] (Lect) - 1932
  2. Frederick Hopkins[193] (Lect) - 1929
Literature
  1. Mario Vargas Llosa[182] (Lect) - 2010
Peace
  1. Desmond Tutu[198] (B.D, M.Th) - 1984
  1. Desmond Tutu[182] (Vis Prof) - 1984
Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
University of Basel, Switzerland
Total: 12
Chemistry
  1. Jacques Dubochet[199] (PhD) - 2017
  2. Kurt Wüthrich[200] (PhD) - 2002
  1. Kurt Wüthrich[200] (PSD) - 2002
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Rolf Zinkernagel[201] (M.D) - 1996
  2. Eric Wieschaus[202] (Grad Atten) - 1995
  3. Paul H. Müller[203] (PhD) - 1948
  1. Werner Arber[204] (Prof) - 1978*
  2. Tadeus Reichstein[205] (Prof) - 1950*
  1. Christiane Volhard[206] (PSD) - 1995
  2. Sune Bergström[207] (Res Fel) - 1982
Literature
  1. Carl Spitteler[208] (UG Atten) - 1919
  1. Rudolf Eucken[209] (Prof) - 1908
Peace
  1. Charles Gobat[210] (Law Atten) - 1902
Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
University of Colorado Boulder, United States
Total: 12 (Univ Count: 4)[211]

Notes: 1) The University Count of UC Boulder only includes laureates who received the prize when they were at the university.

Physics
  1. David Wineland[212] (Prof) - 2012*
  2. John L. Hall[213] (Prof) - 2005*
  3. Eric Cornell[214] (Prof) - 2001*
  4. Carl Wieman[215] (Prof) - 2001*
  5. Herbert Kroemer[113] (Prof) - 2000
  1. Norman Ramsey[216] (Vis Prof) - 1989
Chemistry
  1. Sidney Altman[217] (PhD) - 1989
  1. Thomas Cech[218] (Prof) - 1989*
  1. Thomas Steitz[219] (Vis Prof) - 2009
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Craig Mello[220] (Grad Atten) - 2006
  1. Stanley Cohen[221] (PSD) - 1986
Economics
  1. Lawrence Klein[85] (Vis Prof) - 1980
Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
University of Kiel, Germany
Total: 12
Physics
  1. Max Planck[222] (Assoc Prof) - 1918
  2. Philipp Lenard[223] (Prof) - 1905*
  1. Wolfgang Paul[224][225] (Res Asst) - 1989
Chemistry
  1. Kurt Alder[226] (PhD) - 1950
  1. Otto Diels[227] (Prof) - 1950*
  2. Kurt Alder[226][228] (Assoc Prof) - 1950
  3. Eduard Buchner[140][229] (Assoc Prof) - 1907
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Günter Blobel[230] (UG Atten) - 1999
  2. Walter R. Hess[231][232] (Med Atten) - 1949
  3. Gerhard Domagk[233] (M.D) - 1939
  1. Otto Meyerhof[234][235] (Prof) - 1922*
Economics
  1. Wassily Leontief[236] (Adj Prof) - 1973
Literature
  1. Theodor Mommsen[237] (J.D) - 1902
Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
University of Rochester, United States
Total: 12

Notes: 1) See also List of Nobel Laureates affiliated with the University of Rochester.

Physics
  1. Donna Strickland[238] (PhD) - 2018
  2. Masatoshi Koshiba[43] (PhD) - 2002
  3. Steven Chu[239] (B.A, B.S) - 1997
  1. Gérard Mourou[240] (Prof) - 2018
Chemistry
  1. Vincent du Vigneaud[241] (PhD) - 1955
Physiology or Medicine
  1. D. Carleton Gajdusek[242] (B.S) - 1976
  2. Arthur Kornberg[243] (M.D) - 1959
  1. George H. Whipple[244] (Prof) - 1934*
  1. Arthur Kornberg[243] (Med Intern) - 1959
  2. Henrik Dam[245] (Sr. Res Assoc) - 1943*
Economics
  1. Richard Thaler[246] (M.A, PhD) - 2017
  1. Paul Romer[247] (Asst Prof) - 2018
  2. Richard Thaler[246] (Asst Prof) - 2017
  3. Robert Fogel[248] (Prof) - 1993
Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
University of Texas at Austin, United States
Total: 12
Physics
  1. Steven Weinberg[249] (Prof) - 1979
Chemistry
  1. John B. Goodenough (Prof) - 2019*
  2. Ilya Prigogine[250] (Prof) - 1977*
Physiology or Medicine
  1. James P. Allison[251] (B.S, PhD) - 2018
  2. Michael W. Young[252] (B.A, PhD) - 2017
  3. Donnall Thomas[253] (B.A, M.A) - 1990
  1. James P. Allison[251] (Adj Asst Prof) - 2018
  2. Hermann J. Muller[254] (Prof) - 1946
  1. George D. Snell[255] (PSD) - 1980
Economics
  1. Finn Kydland[95] (Forsman Centennial Prof) - 2004
  1. Finn Kydland[95] (Sr. Res Fel) - 2004
  2. Gunnar Myrdal[256] (Vis Tom Slick Prof) - 1974
Literature
  1. J. M. Coetzee[257] (PhD) - 2003
Peace
  1. Alva Myrdal[256] (Vis Tom Slick Prof) - 1982

70th

Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
University of Birmingham, United Kingdom
Total: 11 (Univ Count: 11)[258]
Physics
  1. David Thouless[259] (Prof) - 2016
  2. John M. Kosterlitz[99] (Prof) - 2016
  1. David Thouless[259] (Res Fel) - 2016
  2. John M. Kosterlitz[99] (Res Fel) - 2016
  3. John Schrieffer[114] (PSD) - 1972
Chemistry
  1. Francis Aston[260] (B.S, PhD) - 1922
  1. Fraser Stoddart[261] (Prof) - 2016
  2. Norman Haworth[262] (Prof) - 1937*
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Paul Nurse[263] (B.S) - 2001
  2. John Vane[264] (B.S) - 1982
  3. Maurice Wilkins[195] (PhD) - 1962
  1. Peter Medawar[265] (Prof) - 1960
  1. Ulf von Euler[266][267] (Rockefeller Fel) - 1970
Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
University of Geneva, Switzerland
Total: 11

Notes: 1) Please distinguish Graduate Institute Geneva from the University of Geneva, although mutual partnership may exist.

Physics
  1. Michel Mayor[268] (PhD) - 2019
  2. Didier Queloz[269] (M.S, PhD) - 2019
  1. Michel Mayor[268] (Prof) - 2019*
  2. Didier Queloz[269] (Prof) - 2019*
Chemistry
  1. Jacques Dubochet[199] (M.S) - 2017
  1. Alan Heeger[270] (Vis Prof)
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Edmond H. Fischer[271] (PhD) - 1992
  2. Werner Arber[272] (PhD) - 1978
  3. Daniel Bovet[273] (B.S, PhD) - 1957
  1. Niels Jerne[31] (Prof) - 1984
  1. Robert Furchgott[274] (Vis Prof) - 1998
  2. Martin Rodbell[275] (Vis) - 1994
  3. Werner Arber[272] (Res Assoc) - 1978
Peace
  1. Norman Angell[276] (UG Atten) - 1933
Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
University of Marburg, Germany
Total: 11
Physics
  1. Karl Braun[137] (Prof) - 1909
Chemistry
  1. Georg Wittig[277] (PhD) - 1979
  2. Karl Ziegler[278][279] (PhD) - 1963
  3. Otto Hahn[102] (PhD) - 1944
  4. Adolf Butenandt[280] (UG Atten) - 1939
  5. Hans Fischer[281] (PhD) - 1930
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Albrecht Kossel[282] (Prof) - 1910
  2. Emil Behring[283] (Prof) - 1901*
  1. Jules Hoffmann[284] (PSD) - 2011
  2. Otto Loewi[285] (Pro Asstf) - 1936
Literature
  1. Boris Pasternak[158] (UG Atten) - 1958
Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
University of Tübingen, Germany
Total: 11 (Univ Count: 11)[286]
Physics
  1. Hans Bethe[163] (Asst Prof) - 1967
  2. Karl Braun[137] (Prof) - 1909
Chemistry
  1. Hartmut Michel[138] (B.S) - 1988
  2. Georg Wittig[277] (Grad Atten) - 1979
  3. William Ramsay[287] (PhD) - 1904
  1. Georg Wittig[277] (Prof) - 1979
  2. Adolf Butenandt[280] (Prof) - 1939
  3. Eduard Buchner[140] (Prof) - 1907
  1. Fritz Pregl[173] (Vis) - 1923
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Günter Blobel[230] (M.D) - 1999
  2. Christiane Volhard[206] (B.S, PhD) - 1995
  3. Bert Sakmann[288] (UG Atten) - 1991
Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
University of Wrocław (University of Breslau), Poland
Total: 11
Physics
  1. Hans Dehmelt[59] (UG Atten) - 1989
  2. Max Born[289] (UG Atten) - 1954
  3. Otto Stern[290] (PhD) - 1943
  1. Erwin Schrödinger[172] (Prof) - 1933
  2. Philipp Lenard[223] (Prof) - 1905
  1. Max Born[291] (Res) - 1954
Chemistry
  1. Friedrich Bergius[292] (UG Atten) - 1931
  1. Adolf Butenandt[280] (Prof) - 1939
  2. Eduard Buchner[140] (Prof) - 1907
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Paul Ehrlich[293] (Med Atten) - 1908
  1. Karl von Frisch[175] (Prof) - 1973
Literature
  1. Theodor Mommsen[237] (Prof) - 1902

Other universities (75th–)Edit

10 AffiliatesEdit

Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
Bonn University, Germany
Total: 10 (Univ Count: 2)[294]

Notes: 1) The University Count only includes faculty members who received Nobel prizes when they were working at Bonn University.

Physics
  1. Wolfgang Paul[224] (Prof) - 1989*
  1. Philipp Lenard[223] (Res Asst) - 1905
Chemistry
  1. Emil Fischer[141] (UG Atten) - 1902
  2. Jacobus Hoff[30] (UG Atten) - 1901
  1. Otto Wallach[295] (Prof) - 1910
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Harald zur Hausen[144] (UG Atten) - 2008
  1. Walter R. Hess[231][232] (Vis) - 1949
Economics
  1. Reinhard Selten[296] (Prof) - 1994*
Literature
  1. Luigi Pirandello[169] (PhD) - 1934
  2. Paul Heyse[297] (PhD) - 1910
Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
Queen Mary University of London, United Kingdom
Total: 10 (Univ Count: 8)[298]

Notes: 1) The following list includes affiliates of the London Hospital Medical College and St Bartholomew's Hospital Medical College, which are the antecedents of the university.

Physics
  1. Charles Kao[299] (Vis Res Assoc) - 2009
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Peter J. Ratcliffe[300] (M.B., St Bartholomew's Hospital) - 2019
  2. Peter Mansfield[301] (B.S, PhD) - 2003
  3. Edgar Adrian[302] (M.D) - 1932
  4. Ronald Ross[303] (St Bartholomew's Hospital) - 1902
  1. John Vane[304] (St Bartholomew's Hospital) - 1982
  1. Henry H. Dale[305] (St Bartholomew's Hospital) - 1936
  2. John J. R. Macleod[107] (Lect, London Hospital Medical College) - 1923
Literature
  1. Mario Vargas Llosa[298] (Vis Prof) - 2010
Peace
  1. Joseph Rotblat[306] (Prof, St Bartholomew's Hospital Medical College) - 1995
Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
University of Liverpool, United Kingdom
Total: 10 (Univ Count: 10)[307]
Physics
  1. Charles Barkla[189] (B.S, M.S) - 1917
  1. James Chadwick[308] (Prof) - 1935*
  1. Martin Perl[citation needed] (Vis Prof) - 1995
  2. Charles Barkla[189] (Asst Lect) - 1917
Chemistry
  1. Robert Robinson[309] (Prof) - 1947
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Rodney Porter[310] (B.S) - 1972
  2. Gobind Khorana[311] (PhD) - 1968
  1. Charles Sherrington[197] (Prof) - 1932
  2. Ronald Ross[303] (Prof) - 1902*
Economics
  1. Ronald Coase[312] (Asst Lect) - 1991
Peace
  1. Joseph Rotblat[306] (PhD) - 1995
  1. Joseph Rotblat[306] (Sr. Lect) - 1995
Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
University of Oslo, Norway
Total: 10 (Univ Count: 5)[313]

Notes: 1) The University Count only includes faculty members.

Physics
  1. Ivar Giaever[314] (Prof-at-large) - 1973
Chemistry
  1. Odd Hassel[315] (B.S) - 1969
  1. Odd Hassel[315] (Prof) - 1969*
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Edvard Moser[316] (B.A, PhD) - 2014
  2. May-Britt Moser[317] (B.A, PhD) - 2014
Economics
  1. Trygve Haavelmo[318] (B.A, PhD) - 1989
  2. Ragnar Frisch[319] (B.A, PhD) - 1969
  1. Trygve Haavelmo[318] (Prof) - 1989*
  2. Ragnar Frisch[319] (Prof) - 1969*
Literature
  1. Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson[320] (UG Atten) - 1903
Peace
  1. Fridtjof Nansen[321] (B.S, PhD) - 1922
  2. Christian Lange[322] (M.A, PhD) - 1921
  1. Fridtjof Nansen[321] (Prof) - 1922
  1. Liu Xiaobo[323] (Vis Sch) - 2010

9 AffiliatesEdit

Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
Boston University, United States
Total: 9 (Univ Count: 8)[324]
Physics
  1. Sheldon Glashow[325] (Prof) - 1979
  1. Gerardus 't Hooft[58] (Guest Prof) - 1999
  2. Daniel Tsui[324] (Res Prof) - 1998
  3. Sheldon Glashow[325] (Vis Prof) - 1979
Chemistry
  1. Osamu Shimomura[326] (Prof) - 2008*
Literature
  1. Derek Walcott[327] (Prof) - 1992
  2. Saul Bellow[328] (Prof) - 1976
Peace
  1. Óscar Arias[324] (UG Atten) - 1987
  2. Martin Luther King[329] (PhD) - 1964
  1. Elie Wiesel[324] (Prof) - 1986
Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
Purdue University, United States
Total: 9
Physics
  1. Ben Mottelson[330] (B.S) - 1975
  2. Edward M. Purcell[331] (BSEE) - 1952
  1. Julian Schwinger[332] (Asst Prof) - 1965
  1. Wolfgang Pauli[333] (Vis Prof) - 1945
  2. Clinton Davisson[334] (Res Asst) - 1937
Chemistry
  1. Ei-ichi Negishi[48] (Prof) - 2010*
  2. Herbert C. Brown[335] (Prof) - 1979*
  1. Akira Suzuki[336] (PSD) - 2010
  2. Ei-ichi Negishi[48][337] (PSD) - 2010
Economics
  1. Vernon L. Smith[338] (Prof) - 2002
Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
University of Amsterdam, Netherlands
Total: 9
Physics
  1. Frits Zernike[339] (B.S, PhD) - 1953
  1. Johannes van der Waals[340] (Prof) - 1910*
  2. Pieter Zeeman[341] (Prof) - 1902*
Chemistry
  1. Jacobus Hoff[30] (Prof) - 1901
  1. Svante Arrhenius[7] (Vis) - 1903
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Christiaan Eijkman[342] (M.D) - 1929
  1. Fritz Lipmann[343] (Res Fel) - 1953
Economics
  1. Jan Tinbergen[344][345] (Lect) - 1969
Peace
  1. Tobias Asser[346] (PhD) - 1911
  1. Tobias Asser[346] (Prof) - 1911
Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
University of Bristol, United Kingdom
Total: 9 (Univ Count: 13)[347]

Notes: 1) Contrary to the following list, the University Count includes Harold Pinter, who was an honorary doctor of the university. 2) Contrary to the University Count, Winston Churchill (former Chancellor), Dorothy Hodgkin (former Chancellor) and Paul Nurse (former Chancellor) are not included in the list.[347] This position is administrative position instead of academic position.

Physics
  1. Nevill Mott[348] (UG Atten) - 1977
  2. Paul Dirac[349] (B.S) - 1933
  1. Nevill F. Mott[348] (Prof) - 1977
  2. Cecil Powell[350] (Prof) - 1950*
  1. Hans Bethe[351] (Res Fel) - 1967
Chemistry
  1. William Ramsay[287] (Prof) - 1904
  1. Gerhard Herzberg[352] (PSD) - 1971
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Max Delbrück[353] (PSD) - 1969
Economics
  1. Angus Deaton[354] (Prof) - 2015
Literature
  1. J. M. G. Le Clézio[347] (UG Atten) - 2008
Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
University of British Columbia, Canada
Total: 9
Physics
  1. Bertram Brockhouse[355] (B.A) - 1994
  1. Carl Wieman[356] (Prof) - 2001
  1. Hans Dehmelt[357] (Res) - 1989
Chemistry
  1. Michael Smith[358] (Prof) - 1993*
  1. Michael Smith[358] (PSD) - 1993
Economics
  1. Robert Mundell[359] (B.A) - 1999
  1. Daniel Kahneman[360] (Prof) - 2002
  1. Richard Thaler[361] (Vis Assoc Prof) - 2017
Literature
  1. Alice Munro[362] (Writer-in-Residence) - 2013
Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
University of Maryland, College Park, United States
Total: 9
Physics
  1. Raymond Davis Jr.[363] (B.S, M.S) - 2002
  1. William D. Phillips[364] (Prof) - 1997
  1. John C. Mather[365] (Adj Prof) - 2006
  2. Hannes Alfvén[3] (Fulbright Sch) - 1970
Chemistry
  1. Herbert Hauptman[366] (PhD) - 1985
  1. Jerome Karle[367] (Lect) - 1985
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Marshall Nirenberg[368] (Res Prof) - 1968
Economics
  1. Thomas Schelling[369] (Prof) - 2005*
Literature
  1. Juan Ramón Jiménez[370] (Prof) - 1956
Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, United States
Total: 9
Physics
  1. Peter Higgs[371][372] (Vis) - 2013
Chemistry
  1. Aziz Sancar[373] (Prof) - 2015*
  1. Peter Agre[374] (Clinical Fel) - 2003
  2. Rudolph Marcus[375] (PSD) - 1992
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Robert Furchgott[274] (B.S) - 1998
  1. Oliver Smithies[376] (Prof) - 2007*
  1. George Hitchings[377] (Adj Prof) - 1988
  2. Gertrude Elion[377] (Adj Prof) - 1988
  3. Martin Rodbell[377] (Adj Prof) - 1994
Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
University of California, San Francisco, United States
Total: 9
Chemistry
  1. Avram Hershko[76] (PSD) - 2004
  2. Kary Mullis[378] (PSD) - 1993
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Shinya Yamanaka[379][380] (Prof) - 2012*
  2. Elizabeth Blackburn[381] (Prof) - 2009*
  3. Stanley B. Prusiner[382] (Prof) - 1997*
  4. J. Michael Bishop[383] (Prof) - 1989*
  5. Harold Varmus[384] (Prof) - 1989*
  6. George Whipple[244] (Prof) - 1934
  1. James P. Allison[251] (Adj Prof) - 2018
  2. Shinya Yamanaka[379][380] (PSD) - 2012
  3. Elizabeth Blackburn[381] (PSD) - 2009
  4. Harold Varmus[385] - (PSD) 1989
Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
University of Southern California, United States
Total: 9 (Univ Count: 5)[386]
Physics
  1. Duncan Haldane[387] (Prof) - 2016
  2. Murray Gell-Mann[388] (Prof) - 1969
Chemistry
  1. Arieh Warshel[389] (Prof) - 2013*
  2. George A. Olah[390] (Prof) - 1994*
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Werner Arber[272] (Res Assoc) - 1978
Economics
  1. Daniel McFadden[391] (Prof) - 2000
  1. Vernon L. Smith[392] (Vis Prof) - 2002
  2. James Heckman[393] (Sch in Residence) - 2000
  3. Robert Mundell[109] (Annenberg Prof of Communications) - 1999
Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
University of Virginia, United States
Total: 9
Physics
  1. Norman Ramsey[394][395] (Vis Prof) - 1989
  2. Clinton Davisson[396] (Vis Prof) - 1937
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Barry Marshall[397] (Prof) - 2005
  2. Ferid Murad[398] (Prof) - 1998
  3. Alfred G. Gilman[399] (Prof) - 1994
  1. Barry Marshall[397] (Res Fel) - 2005
Economics
  1. Ronald Coase[312] (Prof) - 1991
  2. James M. Buchanan[400] (Prof) - 1986
Literature
  1. William Faulkner[401] (Writer in Residence) - 1949
Peace
  1. Woodrow Wilson[402] (LLB) - 1919

8 AffiliatesEdit

Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
Australian National University, Australia
Total: 8 (Univ Count: 6)[403]

Notes: 1) Howard Florey and John Cockcroft were Chancellors of the University and took no academic role.[404] They are thus excluded.

Physics
  1. Brian Schmidt[405] (Prof) - 2011*
  1. Brian Schmidt[405] (PSD) - 2011
Chemistry
  1. John Pople[406][407] (Vis) - 1998
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Rolf Zinkernagel[201] (PhD) - 1975
  1. Peter C. Doherty[408] (Prof) - 1996
  2. John C. Eccles[409] (Prof) - 1963*
  1. Peter C. Doherty[408] (Res Fel) - 1996
Economics
  1. Oliver Williamson[410] (Vis Fel) - 2009
  2. Edward Prescott[120] (Distinguished Adj Prof) - 2004
  3. John Harsanyi[411] (Sr. Fel) - 1994
Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
Indiana University, United States
Total: 8 (Univ Count 9)[412]

Notes: 1) Receiving only an honorary degree from Indiana University, Ferid Murad is excluded from this list, contrary to the University Count.)

Physics
  1. Riccardo Giacconi[413] (Res Assoc) - 2002
  2. Hans D. Jensen[414][415] (Vis Prof) - 1963
Physiology or Medicine
  1. James Watson[416] (PhD) - 1962
  1. Salvador Luria[417] (Assoc Prof) - 1969
  2. Hermann J. Muller[254] (Prof) - 1946*
  1. Renato Dulbecco[418] (PSD) - 1975
Economics
  1. Elinor Ostrom[419] (Prof) - 2009*
  1. Oliver Williamson[420] (Vis Prof) - 2009
Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
Karolinska Institute, Sweden
Total: 8
Chemistry
  1. Aaron Ciechanover[75] (Vis Prof) - 2004
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Bengt Samuelsson[92] (M.D) - 1982
  2. Sune Bergström[207] (M.D, PhD) - 1982
  3. Torsten Wiesel[421] (M.D) - 1981
  4. Ulf von Euler[266] (M.D) - 1970
  5. Hugo Theorell[11] (B.M, M.D) - 1955
  1. Bengt Samuelsson[92] (Prof) - 1982*
  2. Sune Bergström[207] (Prof) - 1982*
  3. Ulf von Euler[266] (Prof) - 1970*
  4. Ragnar Granit[422] (Prof) -1967*
  5. Hugo Theorell[11] (Prof) - 1955*
  1. Georg Békésy[423][424] (Vis) - 1961
Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, Russia
Total: 8
Physics
  1. Andre Geim[425] (M.S) - 2010
  2. Konstantin Novoselov[426] (M.S) - 2010
  1. Vitaly Ginzburg[148] (Prof) - 2003
  2. Pyotr Kapitsa[151] (Prof) - 1978
  3. Aleksandr M. Prokhorov[153] (Prof) - 1964
  4. Lev Landau[427] (Prof) - 1962
  5. Igor Tamm[149] (Prof) - 1958
Chemistry
  1. Nikolay Semyonov[428] (Prof) - 1956
Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
Texas A&M University, United States
Total: 8 (Univ Count: 3) [429]

Notes: 1) The University Count includes Bruce McCarl, who was working in IPCC which shared the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize as an organization. He is thus excluded from the following list.

Physics
  1. Jack Kilby[430] (Prof) - 2000
  2. David M. Lee[431] (Prof) - 1996
  1. Sheldon Glashow[432] (Univ Sch) - 1979
Chemistry
  1. Dudley Herschbach[433] (Prof) - 1986
  2. Derek Barton[434] (Prof) - 1969
  1. Fraser Stoddart[261] (Vis Prof) - 2016
  2. Ahmed Zewail[435] (Vis Prof) - 1999
Peace
  1. Norman Borlaug[436] (Prof) - 1970
Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
Université Catholique de Louvain (Catholic University of Louvain; including its predecessor the Catholic University of Leuven), Belgium
Total: 8
Physics
  1. Alfred Kastler[437] (Francqui Prof) - 1966
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Christian de Duve[438][439] (M.D) - 1974
  1. Albert Claude[440] (Prof) - 1974*
  2. Christian de Duve[438][439] (Prof) - 1974*
Economics
  1. Lloyd Shapley[82] (Vis Prof) - 2012
  2. Robert Aumann[80] (Vis Prof) - 2005
  3. Gérard Debreu[441] (Vis Prof) - 1983
Peace
  1. Dominique Pire[442] (Grad Atten) - 1958
  2. Auguste Beernaert[443] (J.D) - 1909
Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
Université Libre de Bruxelles (Free University of Brussels), Belgium
Total: 8
Physics
  1. François Englert[444] (B.S, PhD) - 2013
  1. François Englert[444] (Prof) - 2013*
Chemistry
  1. Ilya Prigogine[250] (B.S, PhD) - 1977
  1. Ilya Prigogine[250] (Prof) - 1977*
  1. Stanford Moore[445] (Vis) - 1972
  2. James B. Sumner[9] (Vis) - 1946
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Jules Bordet[446] (M.D) - 1919
  1. Albert Claude[440] (Prof) - 1974*
  2. Jules Bordet[446] (Prof) - 1919*
  1. Otto Loewi[176] (Vis Prof) - 1936
Peace
  1. Henri La Fontaine[447] (J.D) - 1913
  1. Henri La Fontaine[447] (Prof) - 1913
Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
University of Hamburg, Germany
Total: 8
Physics
  1. Hans D. Jensen[414] (PhD) - 1963
  1. Otto Stern[290] (Prof) - 1943
  1. Masatoshi Koshiba[43] (Vis Prof) - 2002
  2. Wolfgang Pauli[333] (Lect) - 1945
  3. Isidor Rabi[448] (Res Fel) - 1944
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Harald zur Hausen[144] (UG Atten) - 2008
  2. Hans A. Krebs[449] (M.D) - 1953
  1. J. Michael Bishop[383][450] (PSD) - 1989
Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
University of Sheffield, United Kingdom
Total: 8 (Univ Count: 6)[451]
Chemistry
  1. Harry Kroto[452] (B.S, PhD) - 1996
  1. Fraser Stoddart[261] (Prof) - 2016
  2. George Porter[453] (Prof) - 1967
  1. Fraser Stoddart[261] (PSD) - 2016
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Richard J. Roberts[454] (B.S, PhD) - 1993
  1. Hans A. Krebs[449] (Prof) - 1953*
  2. Howard Florey[455] (Prof) - 1945
  1. John Vane[264] (Res Worker) - 1982
Literature
  1. Wole Soyinka[456][457] (Vis Prof) - 1986
Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
University of Toronto, Canada
Total: 8

Notes: 1) William Faulkner was a only member of military service who was trained on the University's campus.[458][459] He is thus excluded from the list.

Physics
  1. Bertram Brockhouse[355] (M.A, PhD) - 1994
  2. Arthur Schawlow[460] (B.A, M.A, PhD) - 1981
Chemistry
  1. Walter Kohn[78] (B.A, M.A) - 1998
  1. John Polanyi[461] (Prof) - 1986*
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Frederick Banting[462] (M.B, M.D) - 1923
  1. Frederick Banting[462] (Prof) - 1923*
  2. John J. R. Macleod[107] (Prof) - 1923*
  1. Oliver Smithies[376] (Res Assoc) - 2007
Peace
  1. Lester Pearson[463] (B.A) - 1957
  1. Lester B. Pearson[463] (Lect) - 1957
Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
Vanderbilt University, United States
Total: 8 (Univ Count: 6)[464]
Chemistry
  1. Stanford Moore[445] (B.A) - 1972
  1. Stanford Moore[445] (Vis Prof) - 1972
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Stanley Cohen[221] (Prof) - 1986*
  2. Earl Sutherland[465] (Prof) - 1971*
  1. Paul Greengard[466] (Vis Prof) - 2000
  2. Max Delbrück[467][468] (Inst) - 1969
  3. Salvador Luria[417][469] (Guggenheim Fel) - 1969
Peace
  1. Al Gore[470] (UG Atten) - 2007
  2. Muhammad Yunus[471] (PhD) - 2006

7 AffiliatesEdit

Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
Brown University, United States
Total: 7
Physics
  1. John M. Kosterlitz[99] (Prof) - 2016*
  2. Leon Cooper[472] (Prof) - 1972*
Chemistry
  1. Lars Onsager[473] (Inst) - 1968
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Craig Mello[220] (B.S) - 2006
  1. George D. Snell[474] (Lect) - 1980
Economics
  1. Vernon L. Smith[475] (Prof) - 2002
  1. George Stigler[476] (Vis) - 1982
Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
Complutense University of Madrid, Spain
Total: 7 (Univ Count: 7)[477]
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Severo Ochoa[478] (M.D) - 1959
  2. Santiago Cajal[479] (M.D) - 1906
  1. Santiago Cajall[479] (Prof) - 1906*
  1. Severo Ochoa[478] (Lect) - 1959
Literature
  1. Mario Vargas Llosa[477] (PhD) - 2010
  2. Camilo José Cela[480] (UG Atten) - 1989
  3. Vicente Aleixandre (LLB) - 1977
  4. Jacinto Benavente[477] (Law Atten) - 1922
  1. Jose Echegaray[477] (Prof) - 1904
Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
École Polytechnique, France
Total: 7

Notes: Please distinguish ESPCI Paris (ESPCI ParisTech) from École Polytechnique.

Physics
  1. Henri Becquerel[481] (B.Eng, DSc) - 1903
  1. Gérard Mourou[240] (Prof) - 2018*
  2. Henri Becquerel[481] (Prof) - 1903*
  1. Serge Haroche[482] (Sr. Lect) - 2012
  2. Albert Michelson[483] (Vis) - 1907
Economics
  1. Jean Tirole[484] (B.Eng) - 2014
  2. Maurice Allais[485] (B.A) - 1988
  1. Jean Tirole[484] (Prof) - 2014
Literature
  1. Sully Prudhomme[486] (UG Atten) - 1901
Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany
Total: 7
Physics
  1. Karl Braun[137] (Prof) - 1909
  1. John Bardeen[117] (Vis Prof) - 1956, 1972
Chemistry
  1. Leopold Ružicka[127] (B.S, PhD) - 1939
  1. Jean-Marie Lehn[487] (Res Institute Director) - 1987
  2. Hermann Staudinger[488] (Prof) - 1953
  3. Fritz Haber[489] (Prof) - 1918
  1. Friedrich Bergius[292] (Res) - 1931
Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
Saint Petersburg State University, Russia
Total: 7

Notes: 1) Saint Petersburg State University has different names (e.g., Leningrad State University) during different periods. 2) Although Joseph Brodsky had close ties with the city of Saint Petersburg, there is no evidence that he was formally affiliated with the university at any time.

Physics
  1. Aleksandr M. Prokhorov[153] (B.S) - 1964
  2. Lev Landau[154] (B.S) - 1962
Chemistry
  1. Nikolay Semyonov[157] (B.S) - 1956
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Élie Metchnikoff[490] (PhD) - 1908
  2. Ivan Pavlov[491][492] (B.S, PhD) - 1904
  1. Élie Metchnikoff[490][493] (Prof) - 1908
Economics
  1. Leonid Kantorovich[494] (B.S, PhD) - 1975
  2. Wassily Leontief[236] (B.A, M.A) - 1973
  1. Leonid Kantorovich[494] (Prof) - 1975
Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
Technical University of Berlin (Technische Universität Berlin), Germany
Total: 7
Physics
  1. Wolfgang Paul[224] (PhD) - 1989
  2. Ernst Ruska[495] (B.S, PhD) - 1986
  3. Dennis Gabor[496] (B.S, PhD) - 1971
  4. Eugene Wigner[124] (PhD) - 1963
  1. Eugene Wigner[124] (Prof) - 1963
  1. Ernst Ruska[495] (Lect) - 1986
Chemistry
  1. George de Hevesy[88] (UG Atten) - 1943
  2. Carl Bosch[497] (UG Atten) - 1931
  3. Fritz Haber[489] (PhD) - 1918
Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
Tufts University, United States
Total: 7
Physics
  1. Rainer Weiss[498] (Asst Prof) - 2017
  1. Rainer Weiss[498] (Inst) - 2017
Chemistry
  1. Roderick MacKinnon[499] (M.D) - 2003
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Allan Cormack[500][501] (Prof) - 1979*
Economics
  1. Eugene Fama[502] (B.A) - 2013
  1. Paul Samuelson[503] (Prof) - 1970
Peace
  1. Juan Manuel Santos[504] (Fulbright Sch) - 2016
  2. Mohamed ElBaradei[505] (Vis) - 2005
Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
University of Bern, Switzerland
Total: 7
Physics
  1. Albert Einstein[506] (Lect) - 1921
Chemistry
  1. Kurt Wüthrich[200] (B.S) - 2002
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Georg Békésy[423] (UG Atten) - 1961
  2. Walter R. Hess[231][232] (Med Atten) - 1949
  3. Emil Kocher[507][508] (M.D) - 1909
  1. Emil Kocher[508] (Prof) - 1909*
  1. Paul Nurse[263] (PSD) - 2001
Peace
  1. Charles Gobat[509] (Law Atten) - 1902
  1. Charles Gobat[509] (Lect) - 1902
Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
University of California, Irvine, United States
Total: 7
Physics
  1. Frederick Reines[510] (Prof) - 1995*
Chemistry
  1. Irwin Rose[511] (Prof) - 2004*'
  2. Frank Rowland[512] (Prof) - 1995*
  3. Mario Molina[513] (Assoc Prof) - 1995
  1. Mario Molina[513] (PSD) - 1995
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Leland Hartwell[514] (Assoc Prof) - 2001
  1. Eric F. Wieschaus[202] (Vis Res) - 1995
Economics
  1. William F. Sharpe[515] (Prof) - 1990
Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
University of Glasgow, United Kingdom
Total: 7 (Univ Count: 7)[516]
Chemistry
  1. Lord Todd[517] (B.S) - 1957
  2. William Ramsay[287] (UG Atten) - 1904
  1. Derek Barton[518] (Prof) - 1969
  1. Frederick Soddy[103] (Lect) - 1921
Physiology or Medicine
  1. James W. Black[194][519] (Sr. Lect) - 1988
  1. Robert G. Edwards[520] (PSD) - 2010
Peace
  1. John Boyd Orr[521] (B.S, M.D) - 1949
Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
University of Melbourne, Australia
Total: 7
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Elizabeth Blackburn[381] (B.S, M.S) - 2009
  2. John C. Eccles[522] (B.S) - 1963
  3. Frank Burnet[523] (B.S, M.B, M.D) - 1960
  1. Peter C. Doherty[524] (Prof) - 1996
  2. Frank Burnet[523] (Prof) - 1960*
  1. Joshua Lederberg[525][526] (Fulbright Vis Prof) - 1958
Economics
  1. Clive Granger[527] (Vis Prof) - 2003
  2. James Mirrlees[528] (Vis Prof) - 1996
Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
University of Miami, United States
Total: 7
Physics
  1. George E. Smith[529] (UG Atten) - 2009
  1. Paul Dirac[530] (Vis Prof) - 1933
Chemistry
  1. Lars Onsager[531][532] (Prof) - 1968
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Andrew Schally[533] (Prof) - 1977
  2. Earl Sutherland[534] (Prof) - 1971
  1. Robert Furchgott[274] (Adj Prof) - 1998
Literature
  1. Juan Ramón Jiménez[535] (Prof) - 1956
Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, United States
Total: 7 (Univ Count: 5)[536]
Chemistry
  1. Johann Deisenhofer[537] (Prof) - 1988*
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Linda Buck[538][539] (PhD) - 2004
  2. Joseph L. Goldstein[540] (M.D) - 1985
  1. Thomas Südhof[541] (Prof) - 2013
  2. Bruce Beutler[542] (Prof) - 2011*
  3. Alfred G. Gilman[399] (Prof) - 1994*
  4. Joseph L. Goldstein[540] (Prof) - 1985*
  5. Michael S. Brown[543] (Prof) - 1985*
  1. Thomas Südhof[541] (PSD) - 2013

6 AffiliatesEdit

Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
Amherst College, United States
Total: 6
Physics
  1. Henry W. Kendall[544] (B.S) - 1990
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Jeffrey C. Hall[545][546] (B.A) - 2017
  2. Harold Varmus[547] (B.A) - 1989
  1. Hermann J. Muller[254] (Res & Lect) - 1946
Economics
  1. Edmund Phelps[548] (B.A) - 2006
  2. Joseph Stiglitz[549] (B.A) - 2001
Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
Florida State University, United States
Total: 6
Physics
  1. John Schrieffer[550] (Prof) - 1972
  2. Paul Dirac[349] (Prof) - 1933
  1. Paul Dirac[349] (Vis Prof) - 1933
Chemistry
  1. Harold Kroto[452] (Prof) - 1996*
  2. Robert Mulliken[551] (Prof) - 1966
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Konrad Bloch[552][553] (Eminent Sch) - 1964
Economics
  1. James M. Buchanan[554] (Prof) - 1986
Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
Lund University, Sweden
Total: 6
Physics
  1. Manne Siegbahn[4] (PhD) - 1924
  1. Manne Siegbahn[4] (Prof) - 1924
Chemistry
  1. Elias Corey[555][556] (Vis) - 1990
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Arvid Carlsson[557] (M.D, PhD) - 2000
  2. Bengt Samuelsson[92] (UG Atten) - 1982
  1. Arvid Carlsson[557] (Assoc Prof) - 2000
  2. Sune Bergström[207] (Prof) - 1982
Economics
  1. Bertil Ohlin[558] (B.A) - 1977
Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
Nagoya University, Japan
Total: 6 (Univ Count: 6)[559]
Physics
  1. Hiroshi Amano[560] (B.S, PhD) - 2014
  2. Isamu Akasaki[561] (PhD) - 2014
  3. Makoto Kobayashi[562] (B.S, PhD) - 2008
  4. Toshihide Maskawa[563] (B.S, PhD) - 2008
  1. Hiroshi Amano[560] (Prof) - 2014*
  2. Isamu Akasaki[561] (Prof) - 2014*
  3. Toshihide Maskawa[564] (Prof) - 2008
Chemistry
  1. Osamu Shimomura[326] (PhD) - 2008
  1. Osamu Shimomura[326] (Assoc Prof) - 2008
  2. Ryoji Noyori[565] (Prof) - 2001*
Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
Rutgers University, United States
Total: 6
Physics
  1. Heinrich Rohrer[116] (PSD) - 1986
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Selman Waksman[566] (B.S, M.S) - 1952
  1. Selman Waksman[566] (Prof) - 1952*
Economics
  1. Milton Friedman[567] (B.A) - 1976
  1. Harry Markowitz[53] (Prof) - 1990
Literature
  1. Toni Morrison[568] (Lect) - 1993
  2. Derek Walcott[569][570] (Vis Lect) - 1992
Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
University of Lausanne, Switzerland
Total: 6
Physics
  1. Michel Mayor[571] (M.S) - 2019
Chemistry
  1. Hans Fischer[281] (UG Atten) - 1930
  1. Jacques Dubochet[199] (Prof) - 2017
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Walter R. Hess[281] (Med Atten) - 1949
  1. Rolf Zinkernagel[201] (PSD) - 1975
  2. Corneille Heymans[572] (Res) - 1938
Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
University of Pittsburgh, United States
Total: 6
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Paul Lauterbur[573] (PhD) - 2003
  2. Philip Hench[574] (M.D) - 1950
  1. Niels Jerne[31] (Prof) - 1984
Economics
  1. Alvin Roth[81] (Prof) - 2012
  2. Daniel McFadden[575] (Asst Prof) - 2000
Peace
  1. Wangari Maathai[576] (M.S) - 2004
Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel
Total: 6
Chemistry
  1. Arieh Warshel[389] (M.S, PhD) - 2013
  2. Ada Yonath[74] (PhD) - 2009
  1. Michael Levitt[191] (Prof) - 2013
  2. Ada Yonath[74] (Prof) - 2009
  1. Arieh Warshel[389] (Res) - 2013
  2. Martin Karplus[577] (Vis) - 2013
  3. Michael Levitt[191] (PSD) - 2013
  4. Christian Anfinsen[578] (Vis Prof) - 1972
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Daniel Nathans[579][580] (Vis Sch) - 1978

5 Affiliates (Hidden)Edit

Affiliates Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
Arizona State University, United States

5 (Univ Count: 5)

  1. [Ch.] Sidney Altman (Prof) - 1989
  2. [PM] Leland Hartwell (Prof) - 2001
  3. [Ec.] Elinor Ostrom (Prof) - 2009
  4. [Ec.] Edward Prescott (Prof) - 2004*
  1. [Ph.] Frank Wilczek (Distinguished Vis Prof) - 2004
Brandeis University, United States

5

  1. [Ch.] Roderick MacKinnon (B.A) - 2003
  1. [PM] Jeffrey C. Hall (Prof) - 2017*
  2. [PM] Michael Rosbash (Prof) - 2017*
  1. [Ch.] Roderick MacKinnon (PSD) - 2003
  2. [Ec.] John F. Nash (Res) - 1994
  3. [Li.] Saul Bellow (Hiatt Vis Prof) - 1976
Chinese University of Hong Kong, China
5
  1. [Ph.] Charles Kao (Prof) - 2009*
  2. [Ph.] C. N. Yang (Prof-at-large) - 1957
  3. [Ec.] Robert Mundell (Prof-at-large) - 1999
  4. [Ec.] James Mirrlees (Prof-at-large) - 1996
  1. [Ec.] Chris Pissarides (Vis) - 2010
École supérieure de physique et de chimie industrielles de la ville de Paris (ESPCI), France
5 (Univ Count: 5)
  1. [Ch.] Frédéric Joliot-Curie (B.S) - 1935
  1. [Ph.] Georges Charpak (Prof) - 1992*
  2. [Ph.] Pierre de Gennes (Prof) - 1991
  3. [Ph.] Pierre Curie (Assoc Prof) - 1903*
  1. [Ph.][Ch.] Marie Curie (Res) - 1903, 1911
Eötvös Loránd University (University of Budapest), Hungary
5
  1. [Ph.] Philipp Lenard (UG Atten) - 1905
  2. [Ch.] George de Hevesy (UG Atten) - 1943
  3. [PM] Georg Békésy (PhD) - 1961
  4. [PM] Albert Szent-Györgyi (M.D) - 1937
  5. [Ec.] John Harsanyi (PhD) - 1994
  1. [PM] Georg Békésy (Prof) - 1961
  2. [PM] Albert Szent-Györgyi (Prof) - 1937
  1. [Ch.] George de Hevesy (Lect) - 1943
George Washington University, United States
5
  1. [PM] Julius Axelrod (PhD) - 1970
  1. [Ch.] Vincent du Vigneaud (Prof) - 1955
  2. [PM] Ferid Murad (Prof) - 1998
  1. [Ph.] Masatoshi Koshiba (Vis Sch) - 2002
  2. [PM] Marshall Nirenberg (Adj Prof) - 1968
Graduate Institute Geneva, Switzerland
5
  1. [Ec.] Leonid Hurwicz (Atten) - 2007
  2. [Pe.] Mohamed ElBaradei (DEA) - 2005
  3. [Pe.] Kofi Annan (DEA) - 2001
  1. [Ec.] Maurice Allais (Prof) - 1988
  2. [Ec.] Gunnar Myrdal (Assoc Prof) - 1974
Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (KU Leuven; including its predecessor the Catholic University of Leuven), Belgium
5
  1. [PM] Christian de Duve (M.D) - 1974
  2. [Pe.] Dominique Pire (Grad Atten) - 1958
  3. [Pe.] Auguste Beernaert (J.D) - 1909
  1. [PM] Christian de Duve (Prof) - 1974
  1. [Ch.] Ahmed Zewail (Vis Prof) - 1999
  2. [Ec.] Eugene Fama (Vis Prof) - 2013
Ohio State University, United States
5
  1. [Ph.] William A. Fowler (BEng) - 1983
  2. [Ch.] Paul Flory (PhD) - 1974
  1. [Ph.] Kenneth G. Wilson (Prof) - 1982
  2. [Ph.] Leon Cooper (Asst Prof) - 1972
  1. [PM] Ferid Murad (Adj Prof) - 1998
RWTH Aachen, Germany
5
  1. [Ch.] Peter Debye (B.S) - 1936
  2. [PM] Thomas Südhof (UG Atten) - 2013
  1. [Ph.] Johannes Stark (Prof) - 1919
  2. [Ph.] Wilhelm Wien (Prof) - 1911
  3. [Ph.] Philipp Lenard (Prof) - 1905
Swarthmore College, United States
5
  1. [Ph.] John C. Mather (B.A) - 2006
  2. [Ch.] Christian Anfinsen (B.A) - 1972
  3. [PM] David Baltimore (B.A) - 1975
  4. [PM] Howard Temin (B.A) - 1975
  5. [Ec.] Edward Prescott (B.S) - 2004
Technion-Israel Institute of Technology, Israel
5
  1. [Ch.] Arieh Warshel (B.S) - 2013
  2. [Ch.] Daniel Shechtman (B.S, M.S, PhD) - 2011
  3. [Ch.] Aaron Ciechanover (PhD) - 2004
  1. [Ch.] Daniel Shechtman (Prof) - 2011*
  2. [Ch.] Aaron Ciechanover (Prof) - 2004*
  3. [Ch.] Avram Hershko (Prof) - 2004*
  1. [Ch.] John Pople (Vis Prof) - 1998
University of Aberdeen, United Kingdom
5 (Univ Count: 5)
  1. [PM] John J. R. Macleod (M.D) - 1923
  1. [Ph.] George P. Thomson (Prof) - 1937
  2. [Ch.] Richard Synge (Rowett Res Institute) - 1952
  3. [Ch.] Frederick Soddy (Prof) - 1921
  4. [PM] John Macleod (Prof) - 1923
  5. [Pe.] John Boyd Orr (Prof) - 1949
University of Adelaide, Australia
5 (Univ Count: 5)
  1. [Ph.] Lawrence Bragg (B.S) - 1915
  2. [PM] Robin Warren (M.B. B.S) - 2005
  3. [PM] Howard Florey (M.B. B.S) - 1945
  1. [Ph.] William H. Bragg (Prof) - 1915
  2. [Li.] J. M. Coetzee (Prof) - 2003
University of Arizona, United States
5 (Univ Count: 3)
  1. [Ph.] Brian Schmidt (B.S) - 2011
  1. [Ph.] Nico Bloembergen (Prof) - 1981
  2. [Ph.] Willis Lamb (Prof) - 1955
  3. [Ec.] Vernon L. Smith (Prof) - 2002
  1. [Ph.] Roy Glauber (Adj Prof) - 2005
University of Buenos Aires, Argentina
5
  1. [Ch.] Luis Leloir (M.D) - 1970
  2. [PM] César Milstein (B.S, PhD) - 1984
  3. [PM] Bernardo Houssay (B.S, M.D) - 1947
  4. [Pe.] Carlos Saavedra Lamas (J.D) - 1936
  1. [PM] Bernardo Houssay (Prof) - 1947*
  2. [Pe.] Adolfo Esquivel[581] (Prof) - 1980
  3. [Pe.] Carlos Saavedra Lamas (Prof) - 1936*
University at Buffalo, The State University of New York, United States
5
  1. [Ch.] Herbert Hauptman (Prof) - 1985
  2. [PM] John C. Eccles (Prof) - 1963
  3. [Ec.] Ronald H. Coase (Prof) - 1991
  4. [Li.] J. M. Coetzee (Asst Prof) - 2003
  1. [PM] Carl Cori (Adj Asst Prof) - 1947
  2. [Li.] J. M. Coetzee (Butler Prof of English) - 2003
University of Calcutta, India
5 (Univ Count: 3)
  1. [Ec.] Abhijit Banerjee (B.S) - 2019
  2. [Ec.] Amartya Sen (B.A) - 1998
  1. [Ph.] C.V. Raman (Prof) - 1930*
  2. [Li.] Rabindranath Tagore (Ramtanu Lahiri Prof of Bengali) - 1913
  1. [PM] Ronald Ross (Res) - 1902
University of Cape Town, South Africa
5 (Univ Count: 5)
  1. [Ch.] Aaron Klug (M.S) - 1982
  2. [PM] Allan Cormack (B.S, M.S) - 1970
  3. [PM] Max Theiler(Med Atten) - 1951
  4. [Li.] J. M. Coetzee (B.A, M.A) - 2003
  1. [Li.] J. M. Coetzee (Prof) - 2003
  1. [PM] Allan Cormack (Lect) - 1970
  2. [Pe.] Ralph Bunche (PSD) - 1950
University of Ghent, Belgium
5
  1. [PM] Corneille Heymans (M.D) - 1938
  2. [Li.] Maurice Maeterlinck (LLB) - 1911
  1. [PM] Corneille Heymans (Prof) - 1938*
  1. [Ph.] Erwin Schrödinger (Vis Prof) - 1933
  2. [Ch.] George de Hevesy (Franqui Prof) - 1943
  3. [PM] Ulf von Euler (Rockefeller Fel) - 1970
University of Helsinki, Finland
5
  1. [Ch.] Artturi Virtanen (M.S, PhD) - 1945
  2. [PM] Ragnar Granit (M.D) -1967
  3. [Ec.] Bengt Holmström (B.S) - 2016
  4. [Li.] Frans Sillanpaa (Med Atten) - 1939
  1. [Ch.] Artturi Virtanen (Prof) - 1945*
  2. [PM] Ragnar Granit (Prof) -1967
  3. [Ec.] Bengt Holmström (Asst Prof) - 2016
  1. [Ph.] John M. Kosterlitz (Vis Prof) - 2016
  2. [Ec.] Bengt Holmström (Vis Prof) - 2016
University of Kansas, United States
5
  1. [Ec.] Vernon L. Smith (M.A) - 2002
  2. [Pe.] Juan Manuel Santos (B.A) - 2016
  1. [Ch.] Frank Rowland (Prof) - 1995
  1. [Ch.] Kary Mullis (PSD) - 1993
  2. [Ec.] Ronald Coase (Asst Lect) - 1991
University of St Andrews, United Kingdom
5
  1. [PM] James W. Black (MB ChB) - 1988
  1. [Ch.] Alan MacDiarmid (Asst Prof) - 2000
  2. [Ch.] Robert Robinson (Prof) - 1947
  1. [Ch.] Norman Haworth (Lect) - 1937
  2. [PM] Maurice Wilkins (Lect) - 1962
University of Stuttgart, Germany
5
  1. [Ph.] Horst Störmer (PhD) - 1998
  2. [Ch.] Gerhard Ertl (B.S) - 2007
  3. [Ch.] Heinrich Wieland (UG Atten) - 1927
  1. [Ph.] Erwin Schrödinger(Prof) - 1933
  1. [Ph.] Hans Bethe (Inst) - 1967
University of Utah, United States
5
  1. [Ph.] Kip Thorne (Adj Prof) - 2017
  2. [Ph.] James Cronin (Prof) - 1980
  3. [Ch.] Venkatraman Ramakrishnan (Prof) - 2009
  4. [PM] Mario Capecchi (Prof) - 2007*
  1. [Ph.] Alexei A. Abrikosov (Adj Prof) - 2003
University of Warsaw, Poland
Notes: 1) Czesław Miłosz, being a janitor at the University's library, is excluded from the list contrary to the University Count.
5 (Univ Count: 6)
  1. [Ec.] Leonid Hurwicz (LLM) - 2007
  2. [Li.] Olga Tokarczuk (B.A) - 2018
  3. [Li.] Henryk Sienkiewicz (UG Atten) - 1905
  4. [Pe.] Joseph Rotblat (PhD) - 1995
  5. [Pe.] Menachem Begin (LLB) - 1978

4 Affiliates (Hidden)Edit

Affiliates Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
Aix-Marseille University, France
4
  1. [Li.] J. M. G. Le Clézio (M.A) - 2008
  2. [Li.] Frédéric Mistral (LLB) - 1904
  3. [Pe.] René Cassin (B.A, LLB) - 1968
  1. [Ph.] Sheldon Glashow (Vis Prof) - 1979
Birkbeck, University of London, United Kingdom
4
  1. [Ph.] Patrick Blackett (Prof) - 1948
  2. [Ch.] Derek Barton (Prof) - 1969
  1. [Ch.] Aaron Klug (Res) - 1982
  2. [Li.] T. S. Eliot (Lect) - 1948
Charles University of Prague, Czechia
4
  1. [Ch.] Jaroslav Heyrovský (PhD) - 1959
  2. [PM] Carl Cori (M.D) - 1947
  3. [PM] Gerty Cori (M.D) - 1947
  1. [Ph.] Albert Einstein (Prof) - 1921
  2. [Ch.] Jaroslav Heyrovský (Prof) - 1959
Dartmouth College, United States
4
  1. [Ph.] Owen Chamberlain (B.A) - 1959
  2. [Ch.] Barry Sharpless (B.A) - 2001
  3. [PM] George D. Snell (B.S) - 1980
  1. [Pe.] Wangari Maathai (Montgomery Fel) - 2004
Darmstadt University of Technology, Germany
Note: 1) The University Count includes Mohan Munasinghe who was a vice-chairmen of organization IPCC, which shared the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize.

2) The Emanuel Merck Lectureship is an award-based visiting position which does not carry employment-level duty. Thus, it is excluded from the following list.[582]

4
  1. [Ph.] Peter Grünberg (PhD) - 2007
  2. [Ph.] Horst Ludwig Störmer (UG Atten) - 1998
  3. [Ch.] Gerhard Herzberg (Dr.Ing) - 1971
  4. [Ch.] Hermann Staudinger (UG Atten) - 1953
  1. [Ch.] Gerhard Herzberg (Lect) - 1971
Haverford College, United States
Notes: 1) The "Philips Lectureship" in Haverford College is an award/honor-based visiting position without employment-level duty.[583]
4
  1. [Ph.] Joseph H. Taylor (B.A) - 1993
  2. [Ch.] George P. Smith (B.A.) - 2018
  3. [Ch.] Theodore W. Richards (B.A) - 1914
  4. [Pe.] Philip Noel-Baker (UG Atten) - 1959
Iowa State University, United States
4
  1. [Ch.] Daniel Shechtman (Prof) - 2011
  2. [Ec.] Leonid Hurwicz (Assoc Prof) - 2007
  3. [Ec.] Theodore Schultz (Prof) - 1979
  1. [Ec.] George Stigler (Lect) - 1982
Martin Luther University of Halle-Wittenberg, Germany
4
  1. [Ch.] Hermann Staudinger (PhD) - 1953
  1. [Ph.] Gustav Hertz (Prof) - 1925*
  2. [Ch.] Karl Ziegler (Prof) - 1963
  3. [PM] Emil Adolf von Behring (Prof) - 1901
Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway
4
  1. [Ph.] Ivar Giaever (M.E) - 1973
  2. [Ch.] Lars Onsager (B.S) - 1968
  1. [PM] Edvard Moser (Prof) - 2014*
  2. [PM] May-Britt Moser (Prof) - 2014*
Osaka City University, Japan
4
  1. [Ch.] Akira Yoshino (PhD) - 2019
  2. [PM] Shinya Yamanaka (PhD) - 2012
  1. [Ph.] Yoichiro Nambu (Prof) - 2008
  1. [Ch.] Aaron Ciechanover (Vis Prof) - 2004
  2. [PM] Shinya Yamanaka (Res Assoc) - 2012
Queen's University, Canada
4
  1. [Ec.] Paul Romer (Grad Atten) - 2018
  1. [Ph.] Arthur B. McDonald (Prof) - 2015
  1. [Ph.] Arthur B. McDonald (Vis) - 2015
  2. [Ch.] Fraser Stoddart (PSD) - 2016
  3. [Ch.] Richard Heck (Vis Prof) - 2010
Rice University, United States
4
  1. [Ph.] Robert W. Wilson (B.A) - 1978
  2. [Ch.] Robert Curl (B.S) - 1996
  1. [Ch.] Robert Curl (Prof) - 1996*
  2. [Ch.] Richard Smalley (Prof) - 1996*
  1. [Ec.] Douglass North (Peterkin Prof) - 1993
State University of New York at Stony Brook, United States
4
  1. [Ph.] C. N. Yang (Prof) - 1957
  2. [PM] Paul Lauterbur (Prof) - 2003
  1. [Ph.] Arno Penzias (Adj Prof) - 1978
  2. [Ec.] Robert Aumann (Vis Prof) - 2005
University of Dublin, Trinity College, Ireland
Notes: 1) Seamus Heaney was an honorary fellow at the University, and is thus excluded.
4
  1. [Ph.] Ernest Walton (B.S., M.S) - 1951
  2. [PM] William Cecil Campbell (B.S) - 2015
  3. [Li.] Samuel Beckett (B.A) - 1969
  4. [Pe.] Mairead Maguire (Irish School of Ecumenics) - 1976
  1. [Ph.] Ernest Walton (Prof) - 1951*
  1. [Li.] Samuel Beckett (Lect) - 1969
University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany
4
  1. [Ch.] Arthur Harden (PhD) - 1929
  1. [Ch.] Emil Fischer (Prof) - 1902
  2. [PM] Harald zur Hausen (Prof) - 2008
  1. [Ch.] Eduard Buchner (Res) - 1907
University of Essex, United Kingdom
4
  1. [Ec.] Chris Pissarides (B.A, M.A) - 2010
  2. [Pe.] Óscar Arias (PhD) - 1987
  1. [Li.] Derek Walcott (Prof) - 1992
  1. [Ec.] Dale Mortensen (Vis Prof) - 2010
University of Florida, United States
4
  1. [Ch.] Robert Grubbs (B.S, M.S) -2005
  2. [PM] Marshall Nirenberg (B.S, M.S) - 1968
  1. [Ph.] Shuji Nakamura (Vis Res Assoc) - 2014
  2. [Ph.] David M. Lee (Vis Prof) - 1996
University of Giessen, Germany
4
  1. [Ph.] Walther Bothe (Prof) - 1954
  2. [Ph.] Wilhelm Wien (Prof) - 1911
  3. [Ph.] Wilhelm Röntgen (Prof) - 1901
  1. [PM] Élie Metchnikoff (Res) - 1908
University of Grenoble, France
4
  1. [Ph.] Gérard Mourou[240] (B.S) - 2018
  1. [Ph.] Louis Néel (Prof) - 1970*
  1. [Ph.] Albert Fert (Res Asst) - 2007
  2. [Ph.] John Bardeen (Vis Prof) - 1956, 1972
University of Groningen (Rijksuniversiteit Groningen), Netherlands
4
  1. [Ph.] Heike Onnes (B.S, M.S, PhD) - 1913
  2. [Ch.] Ben Feringa (PhD) - 2016
  1. [Ph.] Frits Zernike (Prof) - 1953*
  2. [Ch.] Ben Feringa (Prof) - 2016*
  1. [PM] Albert Szent-Györgyi (Res) - 1937
University of Hawaii at Manoa, United States
4
  1. [Ph.] Arthur B. McDonald (Affiliate Grad Faculty) - 2015
  2. [PM] Georg Békésy (Prof) - 1961
  1. [Ph.] Arthur B. McDonald (Vis) - 2015
  2. [Ec.] Milton Friedman (Vis Prof) - 1976
  3. [Pe.] Liu Xiaobo (Vis Sch) - 2010
University of Innsbruck, Austria
4
  1. [Ph.] Victor Hess (Prof) - 1936*
  2. [Ch.] Hans Fischer (Prof) - 1930
  3. [Ch.] Adolf Windaus (Prof) - 1928
  4. [Ch.] Fritz Pregl (Prof) - 1923
University of Leeds, United Kingdom
Notes: 1) Archer Martin and Richard Synge were affiliated with Wool Industries Research Association in Leeds.[584] There is no evidence that they were ever affiliated with the University.
4
  1. [Ch.] George Porter (B.S) - 1967
  2. [Li.] Wole Soyinka (B.A, PhD) - 1986
  1. [Ph.] William H. Bragg (Prof) - 1915
  1. [Ph.] Albert Fert (PSD) - 2007
University of Massachusetts Amherst, United States
4
  1. [Ph.] Russell Hulse (M.S, PhD) - 1993
  2. [Ch.] Roderick MacKinnon (UG Atten) - 2003
  1. [Ph.] Joseph H. Taylor (Prof) - 1993
  2. [Ec.] Vernon L. Smith (Prof) - 2002
University of Rostock, Germany
Notes: 1) Albert Einstein was awarded the honorary doctorate at the University, and thus is excluded from the list.
4
  1. [PM] Albrecht Kossel (M.D) - 1910
  1. [Ph.] Otto Stern (Assoc Prof) - 1943
  2. [PM] Karl von Frisch (Prof) - 1973
  3. [PM] Hans Spemann (Prof) - 1935
University of Sussex, United Kingdom
4
  1. [Ph.] Anthony J. Leggett (Prof) - 2003
  2. [Ch.] Harry Kroto (Prof) - 1996*
  3. [Ch.] John Cornforth (Prof) - 1975*
  4. [Ch.] Archer Martin (Prof) - 1952
University of Sydney, Australia
4
  1. [Ch.] John Cornforth (B.S) - 1975
  2. [Ec.] John Harsanyi (M.A) - 1994
  1. [Ch.] Robert Robinson (Prof) - 1947
  1. [Ch.] Lord Todd (Vis Prof) - 1957
University of Texas at Dallas, United States
4
  1. [Ch.] Aziz Sancar (PhD) - 2015
  1. [Ph.] Russell Hulse (Prof) - 1993
  2. [Ph.] Polykarp Kusch (Prof) - 1955
  3. [Ch.] Alan MacDiarmid (Prof) - 2000
University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa
4
  1. [Ch.] Aaron Klug (B.S) - 1982
  2. [PM] Sydney Brenner (B.S, M.S) - 2002
  3. [Li.] Nadine Gordimer (UG Atten) - 1991
  4. [Pe.] Nelson Mandela (Law Atten) - 1993

3 Affiliates (Hidden)Edit

Affiliates Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
Aarhus University, Denmark
3
  1. [Ch.] Jens Skou (PhD) - 1997
  1. [Ch.] Jens Skou (Prof) - 1997*
  1. [Ec.] Dale Mortensen (Vis Prof) - 2010
  2. [Ec.] Trygve Haavelmo (Lect) - 1989
Bard College, United States
3
  1. [Li.] Saul Bellow(Prof) - 1976
  1. [Ec.] Franco Modigliani (Inst) - 1985
  2. [Li.] Toni Morrison (Lect) - 1993
Cairo University, Egypt
3
  1. [Li.] Naguib Mahfouz (B.A) - 1988
  2. [Pe.] Mohamed ElBaradei (LLB) - 2005
  3. [Pe.] Yasser Arafat (BEng) - 1994
Delft University of Technology, Netherlands
3
  1. [Ph.] Simon van der Meer (PhD) - 1984
  2. [Ch.] Jacobus Hoff (Tech) - 1901
  1. [Ph.] Heike Onnes (Res Asst) - 1913
Free University of Berlin, Germany
Notes: 1) The University Count includes Herta Müller, who was awarded Heiner Müller Visiting Professorship (award/honor) in summer 2005, and Ulrich Cubasch, who was working in IPCC which shared the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize as an organization.[585] These two laureates are thus excluded from the following list.
3 (Univ Count: 5)
  1. [Ec.] Reinhard Selten (Prof) - 1994
  1. [Ph.] Ernst Ruska (Lect) - 1986
  2. [Li.] Kenzaburō Ōe (Vis Prof) - 1994
Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, China
3
  1. [Ph.] George Smoot (Prof) - 2006
  2. [Ec.] Chris Pissarides (Prof-at-large) - 2010
  1. [Ec.] Eric S. Maskin (Vis Prof) - 2007
Illinois Institute of Technology, United States
3
  1. [Ph.] Jack Steinberger (UG Atten) - 1988
  1. [Ph.] Leon Lederman (Prof) - 1988
  2. [Ec.] Herbert A. Simon (Prof) - 1978
Kharkiv University, Ukraine
3
  1. [PM] Élie Metchnikoff (B.S) - 1908
  2. [Ec.] Simon Kuznets (UG Atten) - 1971
  1. [Ph.] Lev Landau (Prof) - 1962
McMaster University, Canada
3
  1. [Ph.] Donna Strickland (B.Eng) - 2018
  2. [Ec.] Myron Scholes (B.A) - 1997
  1. [Ph.] Bertram Brockhouse (Prof) - 1994
Meijo University, Japan
3
  1. [Ph.] Hiroshi Amano (Prof) - 2014*
  2. [Ph.] Isamu Akasaki (Prof) - 2014*
  3. [Ch.] Akira Yoshino (Prof) - 2019*
Michigan State University, United States
3
  1. [PM] Alfred Hershey (B.S, PhD) - 1969
  1. [Ch.] Robert Grubbs (Assoc Prof) - 2005
  1. [Ph.] Arthur Compton (Vis Prof) - 1927
National Autonomous University of Mexico, Mexico
3 (Univ Count: 3)
  1. [Ph.] Mario Molina (B.S) - 1995
  2. [Li.] Octavio Paz (LLB) - 1990
  3. [Pe.] Alfonso García Robles (LLB) - 1982
Oberlin College, United States
3
  1. [Ph.] Robert Millikan (B.A, M.A) - 1923
  2. [PM] Stanley Cohen (M.A) - 1986
  3. [PM] Roger Sperry (B.A, M.A) - 1981
Saint Petersburg Polytechnical University, Russia
3 (Univ Count: 3)
  1. [Ph.] Pyotr Kapitsa (B.S) - 1978
  1. [Ph.] Zhores Alferov (Prof) - 2000
  2. [Ch.] Nikolay Semyonov (Prof) - 1956
Tsukuba University (formerly Tokyo University of Education), Japan
3
  1. [PM] Satoshi Omura (Grad Atten) - 2015
  1. [Ph.] Sin-Itiro Tomonaga (Prof) - 1965*
  2. [Ch.] Hideki Shirakawa (Prof) - 2000*
Union College, United States
3
  1. [PM] Phillip Sharp (B.A) - 1993
  2. [PM] Baruch Blumberg (B.S) - 1976
  3. [Pe.] Jimmy Carter (Grad Atten) - 2002
University of Bordeaux, France
3
  1. [Li.] Saint-John Perse (LLB) - 1960
  2. [Li.] François Mauriac (B.A) - 1952
  1. [Ch.] Paul Sabatier (Prof) - 1912
University of California, Davis, United States
3
  1. [Ph.] David Wineland (UG Atten) - 2012
  1. [PM] Edwin Krebs (Prof) - 1992
  1. [PM] John C. Eccles (Vis Prof) - 1963
University of California, Riverside, United States
3
  1. [Ch.] Richard Schrock (B.A) - 2005
  1. [Ph.] Barry Barish (Prof) - 2017
  2. [Ch.] Richard Schrock (Prof) - 2018
  1. [Ph.] Masatoshi Koshiba (Regent Lect) - 2002
University of Canterbury, New Zealand
3
  1. [Ch.] Ernest Rutherford (B.S, M.A) - 1908
  1. [Ch.] Robert Grubbs (Vis Fel) - 2005
  2. [Ec.] Clive Granger (Vis Sch) - 2003
University of Cologne (Universität zu Köln), Germany
3
  1. [Li.] Heinrich Böll (UG Atten) - 1972
  1. [Ch.] Kurt Alder (Prof) - 1950*
  1. [Ph.] Peter Grünberg (Adj Prof) - 2007
  2. [PM] Max Delbrück (Vis Prof) - 1969
University of Delhi, India
3
  1. [Pe.] Aung San Suu Kyi (B.A) - 1991
  1. [Ec.] Amartya Sen (Prof) - 1998
  1. [Ec.] William Nordhaus (Vis Prof) - 2018
University of Missouri, United States
3
  1. [PM] Frederick Robbins (B.A, B.S) - 1954
  1. [Ch.] George P. Smith (Prof) - 2018*
  2. [PM] Barbara McClintock (Asst Prof) - 1983
University of Nebraska–Lincoln, United States
3
  1. [Ch.] Alan Heeger (B.S) - 2000
  2. [Ch.] Donald Cram (M.S) - 1987
  3. [PM] George Beadle (B.S, M.S) - 1958
University of Nottingham, United Kingdom
3
  1. [Ec.] Clive Granger (B.A) - 2003
  1. [Ec.] Clive Granger (Prof) - 2003
  2. [PM] Peter Mansfield (Prof) - 2003*
  1. [Ph.] Andre Geim (PSD) - 2010
University of Oregon, United States
3
  1. [Ph.] Walter Brattain (M.A) - 1956
  2. [PM] William P. Murphy (B.A) - 1934
  1. [Ph.] David Wineland (Knight Res Prof) - 2012
University of Pavia, Italy
3
  1. [PM] Camillo Golgi (M.D) - 1906
  1. [Ph.] Carlo Rubbia (Prof) - 1984
  2. [Ch.] Giulio Natta (Prof) - 1963
  3. [PM] Camillo Golgi (Prof) - 1906*
University of Queensland, Australia
3
  1. [PM] Peter C. Doherty (B.S, M.S) - 1996
  1. [Ec.] John C. Harsanyi (Lect) - 1994
  2. [Li.] Alice Munro (Writer-in-Residence) - 2013
University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras Campus, Puerto Rico
3
  1. [Li.] Juan Ramón Jiménez (Prof) - 1956
  1. [Li.] Saul Bellow (Vis Prof of English) - 1976
  2. [Li.] Gabriela Mistral (Lect) - 1945
University of the Punjab, Pakistan
3
  1. [Ph.] Abdus Salam (M.A) - 1979
  2. [PM] Gobind Khorana (M.S) - 1968
  1. [Ph.] Abdus Salam (Prof) - 1979
  1. [Ph.] Arthur Compton (Lect) - 1927
University of Turin, Italy
3
  1. [PM] Rita Levi-Montalcini (M.D) - 1986
  2. [PM] Renato Dulbecco (M.D) - 1975
  3. [PM] Salvador Luria (M.D) - 1969
  1. [PM] Rita Levi-Montalcini (Res Asst) - 1986
University of Warwick, United Kingdom
3
  1. [Ec.] Oliver S. Hart (M.A) - 2016
  1. [Ch.] John Cornforth (Prof) - 1975
  1. [Ec.] Oliver Williamson (Vis Prof) - 2009
Virginia Tech, United States
3
  1. [Ph.] Robert Coleman Richardson (B.S, M.S) - 1996
  1. [Ec.] James M. Buchanan (Prof) - 1986
  1. [Ec.] Elinor Ostrom (Res) - 2009
Washington State University, United States
3
  1. [Ch.] Irwin Rose (UG Atten) - 2014
  1. [PM] Robert W. Holley (PSD) - 1968
  2. [Li.] Mario Vargas Llosa (Lect) - 2010
Wesleyan University, United States
3
  1. [PM] Satoshi Omura (Prof) - 2015
  1. [PM] Satoshi Omura (Vis Prof) - 2015
  2. [Li.] V. S. Naipaul (Lect) - 2001
  3. [Pe.] Woodrow Wilson (Lect) - 1919

2 Affiliates (Hidden)Edit

Affiliates Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
Antioch College, United States
2
  1. [PM] Mario Capecchi (B.S) - 2007
  2. [Pe.] José Ramos-Horta (M.A) - 1996
Baylor College of Medicine, United States
2
  1. [PM] Andrew Schally (Asst Prof) - 1977
  2. [PM] Roger Guillemin (Prof) - 1977
Beijing Normal University, China
2
  1. [Li.] Mo Yan (Grad Atten) - 2012
  2. [Pe.] Liu Xiaobo (M.A, PhD) - 2010
  1. [Pe.] Liu Xiaobo (Prof) - 2010
Braunschweig University of Technology, Germany
2
  1. [Ph.] Klaus von Klitzing (B.S) - 1985
  1. [Ch.] Georg Wittig (Prof) - 1979
Bryn Mawr College, United States
2
  1. [Pe.] Emily Balch (B.A) - 1946
  1. [PM] Thomas H. Morgan (Assoc Prof) - 1933
Cardiff University, United Kingdom
2
  1. [PM] Martin Evans (Prof) - 2007*
  1. [Ch.] Robert Huber (Vis Prof) - 1988
Durham University, United Kingdom
2
  1. [Ch.] Norman Haworth (Prof) - 1920
  1. [Ch.] Robert Grubbs (Vis Prof) - 2005
Mines ParisTech (Ecole des Mines de Paris - Mines PariTech), France
2
  1. [Ph.] Georges Charpak (B.S) - 1992
  2. [Ec.] Maurice Allais (M.A) - 1988
  1. [Ec.] Maurice Allais (Prof) - 1988
École Supérieure de Chimie Physique Électronique de Lyon (Lyon School of Chemistry, Physics, and Electronics), France
2
  1. [Ch.] Yves Chauvin (B.S) - 2005
  1. [Ch.] Victor Grignard (Prof) - 1912
Emory University, United States
2
  1. [Li.] Wole Soyinka (Prof) - 1986
  2. [Pe.] Jimmy Carter (Prof) - 2002
George Mason University, United States
2
  1. [Ec.] Vernon L. Smith (Prof) - 2002*
  2. [Ec.] James M. Buchanan (Prof) - 1986*
Georgetown University, United States
2
  1. [Ec.] George Akerlof (Prof) - 2001
  1. [Li.] Mario Vargas Llosa (Vis Prof) - 2010
Georgia Institute of Technology, United States
2
  1. [Ch.] Kary Mullis (B.S) - 1993
  2. [Pe.] Jimmy Carter (UG Atten) - 2002
Hamilton College, United States
2
  1. [PM] Paul Greengard (B.A) - 2000
  2. [Pe.] Elihu Root (B.A) - 1912
Howard University, United States
2
  1. [Li.] Toni Morrison (B.A) - 1993
  1. [Pe.] Ralph Bunche[586] (Prof) - 1950
  1. [Li.] Toni Morrison (Lect) - 1993
Istanbul University, Turkey
2
  1. [Ch.] Aziz Sancar (M.D) - 2015
  2. [Li.] Orhan Pamuk (B.A) - 2006
Jagiellonian University, Poland
2
  1. [Li.] Wislawa Szymborska (UG Atten) - 1996
  2. [Li.] Ivo Andric (UG Atten) - 1961
London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, United Kingdom
2
  1. [PM] Max Theiler (M.D) - 1951
  1. [PM] Ronald Ross (Prof) - 1902
Middle Tennessee State University, United States
2
  1. [Ec.] James M. Buchanan (B.A) - 1986
  1. [Pe.] Muhammad Yunus (Asst Prof) - 2006
Nanjing University, China
2
  1. [Ch.] Aaron Ciechanover (Adj Prof) - 2004
  2. [Li.] Pearl S. Buck (Writer-in-Residence) - 1938
National University of Singapore, Singapore
2
  1. [Ph.] Konstantin Novoselov (Prof) - 2010
  1. [Ch.] Robert Huber (Vis Prof) - 1988
National Taiwan University, Taiwan
2
  1. [Ch.] Y. T. Lee (B.S) - 1986
  1. [Ch.] Akira Suzuki (Vis Prof) - 2010
Norwegian School of Economics, Norway
2
  1. [Ec.] Finn Kydland (B.A) - 2004
  1. [Ec.] Finn Kydland (Asst Prof) - 2004
  1. [Ec.] Edward Prescott (Vis Prof) - 2004
  2. [Ec.] Finn Kydland (Vis Prof) - 2004
Osaka University, Japan
2
  1. [Ph.] Hideki Yukawa (PhD) - 1949
  1. [Ph.] Hideki Yukawa (Prof) - 1949
  2. [PM] Tasuku Honjo[51] (Prof) - 2018
Peking University, China
2
  1. [PM] Tu Youyou (B.S) - 2015
  1. [Ec.] James Heckman (Changjiang River Sch Prof) - 2000
Queen's University of Belfast, United Kingdom
2
  1. [Li.] Seamus Heaney (B.A) - 1995
  2. [Pe.] David Trimble (LLB) - 1998
  1. [Li.] Seamus Heaney (Lect) - 1995
  2. [Pe.] David Trimble (Lect) - 1998
Radboud University Nijmegen, Netherlands
2
  1. [Ph.] Kostya Novoselov (PhD) - 2010
  1. [Ph.] Andre Geim (Assoc Prof) - 2010
Riga Technical University, Latvia
2
  1. [Ch.] Wilhelm Ostwald (Prof) - 1909
  1. [Ch.] Svante Arrhenius (Vis) - 1903
Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
2
  1. [Ph.] Hannes Alfvén (Prof) - 1970*
  2. [Ph.] Kai Siegbahn (Prof) - 1981
Scuola Normale Superiore, Italy
2
  1. [Ph.] Carlo Rubbia (B.A, PhD) - 1984
  1. [Ph.] Jack Steinberger (Vis Prof) - 1988
Seoul National University, Korea
2
  1. [Ch.] Aaron Ciechanover (Prof) - 2004
  1. [Ch.] Paul Crutzen (Vis Prof) - 1995
State University of New York at Albany, United States
2
  1. [Ch.] Joachim Frank (Res Prof) - 2017
  2. [Li.] Toni Morrison (Prof) - 1993
Stevens Institute of Technology, United States
2
  1. [Ph.] Frederick Reines (M.E, M.S) -1995
  1. [Ch.] Irving Langmuir (Inst) - 1932
Technical University of Denmark, Denmark
2
  1. [PM] Henrik Dam (B.S) - 1943
  2. [Li.] Henrik Pontoppidan (UG Atten) - 1917
  1. [PM] Henrik Dam (Prof) - 1943*
Tel-Aviv University, Israel
2
  1. [Ph.] François Englert (Prof) - 2013
  1. [Ch.] Ada Yonath (Lect) - 2009
Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
2
  1. [Ch.] Hideki Shirakawa (B.S, PhD) - 2000
  1. [PM] Yoshinori Ohsumi (Prof) - 2016*
Tulane University, United States
2
  1. [PM] Andrew Schally (Prof) - 1977
  2. [PM] Louis Ignarro (Prof) - 1998
University College Dublin, Ireland
2
  1. [Pe.] Seán MacBride (UG Atten) - 1974
  1. [Ec.] James Heckman (Prof) - 2000
University of Alberta, Canada
2
  1. [Ph.] Richard E. Taylor (B.S, M.S) - 1990
  1. [Li.] Derek Walcott (Sch-in-Residence) - 1992
University of Burgundy, France
2
  1. [PM] Roger Guillemin (M.D) - 1977
  2. [Pe.] Louis Renault (B.A) - 1907
University of Chile, Chile
2
  1. [Li.] Pablo Neruda (UG Atten) - 1971
  1. [Li.] Gabriela Mistral (Prof) - 1945
University of Cincinnati, United States
2
  1. [Pe.] Charles G. Dawes (Law Atten) - 1925
  1. [Ch.] Paul Flory (Res) - 1974
University of Delaware, United States
2
  1. [Ch.] Daniel Nathans (B.S) - 1978
  1. [Ch.] Richard Heck (Prof) - 2010*
University of East Anglia, United Kingdom
2
  1. [PM] Paul Nurse (PhD) - 2001
  2. [Li.] Kazuo Ishiguro (M.A) - 2017
University of Greifswald, Germany
2
  1. [Ph.] Johannes Stark (Prof) - 1919
  1. [Ph.] Johannes Stark (Prof) - 1919
  2. [PM] Gerhard Domagk (Lect) - 1939
University of Greenwich, United Kingdom
2
  1. [Ph.] Charles Kao (B.S) - 2009
  2. [Pe.] Abiy Ahmed (M.A) - 2019
University of Houston, United States
2
  1. [Ch.] Archer Martin (Prof) - 1952
  2. [Pe.] Jody Williams (Prof) - 1997
University of Illinois at Chicago, United States
2
  1. [PM] Paul Lauterbur (Prof) - 2003
  1. [Ph.] Alexei A. Abrikosov (Adj Prof) - 2003
University of Jena, Germany
2
  1. [Li.] Gerhart Hauptmann (UG Atten) - 1912
  1. [Li.] Rudolf Eucken (Prof) - 1908
University of Kentucky, United States
2
  1. [Ch.] William Lipscomb (B.S) - 1976
  2. [PM] Thomas H. Morgan (B.S) - 1933
University of Liège, Belgium
2
  1. [PM] Albert Claude (M.D) - 1974
  1. [Ch.] Peter Debye (Vis Prof) - 1936
University of Madras, India
2
  1. [Ph.] Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar (B.S) - 1983
  2. [Ph.] C.V. Raman (B.A, M.A) - 1930
University of Münster, Germany
2
  1. [Ph.] Georg Bednorz (B.S) - 1987
  1. [PM] Gerhard Domagk (Prof) - 1939*
University of New Mexico, United States
2
  1. [Ph.] Murray Gell-Mann (Vis Prof) - 1969
  2. [Li.] J.M. G. Le Clézio (Vis Prof) - 2008
University of Otago, New Zealand
2
  1. [PM] John C. Eccles (Prof) - 1963
  1. [PM] Baruch Blumberg (Vis Prof) - 1976
University of Palermo, Italy
2
  1. [Li.] Luigi Pirandello (UG Atten) - 1934
  1. [Ph.] Emilio Segrè (Prof) - 1959
University of Pisa, Italy
2
  1. [Ph.] Enrico Fermi (PhD) - 1938
  2. [Li.] Giosuè Carducci (B.A) - 1906
University of Saskatchewan, Canada
2
  1. [Ch.] Henry Taube (B.S, M.S) - 1983
  1. [Ch.] Gerhard Herzberg (Prof) - 1971
University of Tennessee, United States
2
  1. [Ec.] James M. Buchanan (M.S) - 1986
  1. [PM] Peter C. Doherty (Adj Prof) - 1996
University of the West Indies, Jamaica
2
  1. [Li.] Derek Walcott (B.A) - 1992
  1. [Ec.] W. A. Lewis (Prof) - 1979
University of Toulouse, France
2
  1. [Ch.] Paul Sabatier (Prof) - 1912*
  2. [Ec.] Jean Tirole (Prof) - 2014
University of Western Australia, Australia
2
  1. [PM] Barry Marshall (B.S) - 2005
  1. [PM] Barry Marshall (Prof) - 2005*
  1. [PM] Robin Warren (Vis) - 2005
University of Western Ontario, Canada
2
  1. [Li.] Alice Munro (UG Atten) - 2013
  1. [PM] Frederick Banting (Lect) - 1923
  2. [Li.] Alice Munro (Writer-in-Residence) - 2013
University of Zagreb, Croatia
2
  1. [Li.] Ivo Andric (UG Atten) - 1961
  1. [Ch.] Vladimir Prelog (Lect) - 1975
United States Naval Academy, United States
2
  1. [Ph.] Albert Michelson (Ensign, B.A) - 1907
  2. [Pe.] Jimmy Carter (B.S) - 2002
  1. [Ph.] Albert Michelson (Prof) - 1907
Virginia Commonwealth University, United States
2
  1. [PM] Baruj Benacerraf (M.D) - 1980
  1. [Ch.] John B. Fenn (Prof) - 2002*
Williams College, United States
2
  1. [Ec.] Robert Engle (B.S) - 2003
  1. [Ph.] Norman Ramsey (Vis Prof) - 1989

1 Affiliate (Hidden)Edit

Affiliate Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
Aberystwyth University, United Kingdom
1
  1. [Ch.] Frederick Soddy (UG Atten) - 1921
Acadia University, Canada
1
  1. [PM] Charles Huggins (B.A) - 1966
Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia
1
  1. [Pe.] Abiy Ahmed (PhD) - 2019
Ashland University, United States
1
  1. [Pe.] Abiy Ahmed (M.B.A) - 2019
Autonomous University of Barcelona, Spain
1
  1. [Ch.] Robert Huber (Vis Prof) - 1988
Baku State University, Azerbaijan
1
  1. [Ph.] Lev Landau (UG Atten) - 1962
Bangor University, United Kingdom
1
  1. [PM] Robert G. Edwards (B.S) - 2010
Baruch College, United States
1
  1. [Ec.] Harry Markowitz (Prof) - 1990
Beijing Foreign Studies University, China
1
  1. [Li.] Gao Xingjian (B.A) - 2000
Belarusian State University (Minsk University), Belarus
1
  1. [Li.] Svetlana Alexievich (B.A) - 2015
Benedictine College, United States
1
  1. [Pe.] Wangari Maathai (B.S) - 2004
Berea College, United States
1
  1. [Ch.] John B. Fenn (B.S) - 2002
Binghamton University, SUNY, United States
1
  1. [Ch.] M. Stanley Whittingham (Prof) - 2019
Brigham Young University, United States
1
  1. [Ch.] Paul D. Boyer (B.S) - 1997
Budapest University of Technology and Economics (Technical University of Budapest), Hungary
1
  1. [Ch.] George A. Olah (B.S, PhD) - 1994
Carleton University, Canada
1
  1. [Ph.] Peter Grünberg (PSD) - 2007
Carol Davila University of Medicine and Pharmacy, Romania
1
  1. [PM] George Palade (M.D) - 1974
Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
1
  1. [Ph.] Gustaf Dalén (B.S) - 1912
Chapman University, United States
1
  1. [Ec.] Vernon L. Smith (Prof) - 2002
Clark University, United States
1
  1. [Ph.] Albert Michelson (Prof) - 1907
College of the Holy Cross, United States
1
  1. [PM] Joseph Murray (B.A) - 1990
College of Wooster, United States
1
  1. [Ph.] Arthur Compton (B.S) - 1927
Cooper Union, United States
1
  1. [Ph.] Russell Hulse (B.S) - 1993
Cumberland University, United States
1
  1. [Pe.] Cordell Hull (LLB) - 1945
Czech Technical University, Czechia
1
  1. [Ch.] Vladimir Prelog (PhD) - 1975
Dalhousie University, Canada
1
  1. [Ph.] Arthur B. McDonald (B.S, M.S) - 2015
De La Salle University, Philippines
1
  1. [Ch.] Richard Heck (Adj Prof) - 2010
DePauw University, United States
1
  1. [PM] Ferid Murad (B.S) - 1998
Drew University, United States
1
  1. [PM] William Cecil Campbell (Prof) - 2015*
Eastern Mennonite University, United States
1
  1. [Pe.] Leymah Gbowee (M.A) - 2011
École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland
1
  1. [Ch.] Jacques Dubochet (B.S) - 2017
Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam, Netherlands
1
  1. [Ec.] Jan Tinbergen (Prof) - 1969*
Fordham University, United States
1
  1. [Ph.] Victor Hess (Prof) - 1936
Furman University, United States
1
  1. [Ph.] Charles Townes (B.S, B.A) - 1964
Gettysburg College, United States
1
  1. [PM] J. Michael Bishop (B.S) - 1989
Graduate University for Advanced Studies, Japan
1
  1. [PM] Yoshinori Ohsumi (Prof) - 2010
Grinnell College, United States
1
  1. [Ch.] Thomas Cech (B.A) - 1989
Helsinki University of Technology, Finland
1
  1. [Ch.] Artturi Virtanen (Prof) - 1945
Hirosaki University, Japan
1
  1. [PM] Tasuku Honjo[51] (Prof) - 2018
Hokkaido University, Japan
1
  1. [Ch.] Akira Suzuki (B.S, PhD) - 2010
  1. [Ch.] Akira Suzuki (Prof) - 2010*
Jadavpur University, India
1
  1. [Ec.] Amartya Sen (Prof) - 1998
Jawaharlal Nehru University, India
1
  1. [Ec.] Abhijit Banerjee (M.A) - 2019
Jilin University, China
1
  1. [Pe.] Liu Xiaobo (B.A) - 2010
Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz, Germany
1
  1. [PM] Werner Forssmann (Prof) - 1956
Juniata College, United States
1
  1. [Ph.] William D. Phillips (B.S) - 1997
Kitasato University, Japan
1
  1. [PM] Satoshi Omura (Prof) - 2015*
Kobe University, Japan
1
  1. [PM] Shinya Yamanaka (M.D) - 2012
Kyoto Institute of Technology, Japan
1
  1. [Ch.] Kenichi Fukui (Prof) - 1981
Kyoto Sangyo University, Japan
1
  1. [Ph.] Toshihide Maskawa (Prof) - 2008*
Kyushu University, Japan
1
  1. [Ch.] Akira Yoshino (Vis Prof) - 2019
Lafayette College, United States
1
  1. [PM] Haldan Hartline (B.S) - 1967
Lawrence University, United States
1
  1. [Ch.] Thomas Steitz (B.A) - 2009
Loughborough University, United Kingdom
1
  1. [Ph.] Alexei Alexeyevich Abrikosov (Vis Prof) - 2003
Louisiana State University, United States
1
  1. [Ph.] Rainer Weiss (Adj Prof) - 2017
Macalester College, United States
1
  1. [Pe.] Kofi Annan (B.A) - 2001
Manchester University (Indiana), United States
1
  1. [Ch.] Paul Flory (B.S) - 1974
Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda, India
1
  1. [Ch.] Venkatraman Ramakrishnan (B.S) - 2009
Marietta College, United States
1
  1. [Pe.] Charles G. Dawes (B.A, M.A) - 1925
Medical University of South Carolina, United States
1
  1. [PM] Robert Furchgott (Vis Prof) - 1998
Michigan Technological University, United States
1
  1. [Ch.] Melvin Calvin (B.S) - 1961
Microlink Information Technology College, Ethiopia
1
  1. [Pe.] Abiy Ahmed (B.A) - 2019
Middlebury College, United States
1
  1. [Li.] Gabriela Mistral (Lect) - 1945
Morehouse College, United States
1
  1. [Pe.] Martin Luther King (B.A) - 1964
Mount Holyoke College, United States
1
  1. [Li.] Joseph Brodsky (Prof) - 1987
Mount Sinai School of Medicine, United States
1
  1. [PM] Rosalyn Yalow (Prof) - 1977
Nagasaki University, Japan
1
  1. [Ch.] Osamu Shimomura (B.S) - 2008
  1. [Ch.] Osamu Shimomura (Res Asst) - 2008
Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
1
  1. [Ch.] Rudolph Marcus (Vis Prof) - 1992
Nara Institute of Science and Technology, Japan
1
  1. [PM] Shinya Yamanaka (Prof) - 2012
National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan
1
  1. [Ch.] Aaron Ciechanover (Vis Prof) - 2004
National Research Nuclear University MEPhI (Moscow Engineering Physics Institute), Russia
1
  1. [Ph.] Nikolay Basov (B.S, PhD) - 1964
  1. [Ph.] Nicolay Basov (Prof) - 1964
National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan
1
  1. [Ch.] Y. T. Lee (M.S) - 1986
National University of Colombia, Colombia
1
  1. [Li.] Gabriel García Márquez (UG Atten) - 1982
National University of Defense Technology, China
1
  1. [Ec.] Lloyd Shapley (Concurrent Prof) - 2012
National University of Ireland, Maynooth, Ireland
1
  1. [Pe.] John Hume (M.A) - 1998
National University of La Plata, Argentina
1
  1. [Pe.] Carlos Saavedra Lamas (Prof) - 1936*
National University of San Marcos, Peru
1
  1. [Li.] Mario Vargas Llosa (B.A) - 2010
New School for Social Research, United States
1
  1. [Ec.] Franco Modigliani (Lect) - 1985
New York Medical College, United States
1
  1. [PM] William Cecil Campbell (Adj Prof) - 2015
North-West University, South Africa
1
  1. [Pe.] F.W. de Klerk (LLB) - 1993
Ohio University, United States
1
  1. [Ch.] Venkatraman Ramakrishnan (PhD) - 2009
Ohio Wesleyan University, United States
1
  1. [Ch.] Frank Rowland (B.A) - 1995
Oregon State University, United States
1
  1. [Ch.][Pe.] Linus Pauling (B.S) - 1954
Pennsylvania State University, United States
1
  1. [Ch.] Paul Berg (B.S) - 1980
People's Liberation Army Academy of Art, China
1
  1. [Li.] Mo Yan (B.A) - 2012
Polytechnic University of Milan (Politecnico di Milano), Italy
1
  1. [Ch.] Giulio Natta (PhD) - 1963
  1. [Ch.] Giulio Natta (Prof) - 1963*
Renmin University of China, China
1
  1. [Ec.] Leonid Hurwicz (Vis Prof) - 2007
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, United States
1
  1. [Ph.] Ivar Giaever (PhD) - 1973
  1. [Ph.] Ivar Giaever (Prof) - 1973
Rollins College, United States
1
  1. [Ch.] Donald Cram (B.S) - 1987
Royal Military College of Canada, Canada
1
  1. [Ph.] Willard Boyle (Asst Prof) - 2009
Saint Louis University, United States
1
  1. [PM] Edward Doisy (Prof) - 1943*
Saint Petersburg Electrotechnical University, Russia
1
  1. [Ph.] Zhores Alferov (B.S) - 2000
Saitama University, Japan
1
  1. [Ph.] Takaaki Kajita (B.S) - 2015
Samrat Ashok Technological Institute, India
1
  1. [Pe.] Kailash Satyarthi (BEng) - 2014
Sana'a University, Yemen
1
  1. [Pe.] Tawakkol Karman (M.A) - 2011
School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, United Kingdom
1
  1. [Pe.] Aung San Suu Kyi (Grad Atten) - 1991
Sciences Po, France
1
  1. [Pe.] Austen Chamberlain (Grad Atten) - 1925
Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China
1
  1. [PM] Luc Montagnier (Prof) - 2008
Singapore Management University, Singapore
1
  1. [Ec.] Thomas Sargent (Prof) - 2011
Smith College, United States
1
  1. [Li.] Joseph Brodsky (Vis Prof) - 1987
South Dakota State University, United States
1
  1. [Ec.] Theodore Schultz (B.A) - 1979
Southern Federal University (Rostov University), Russia
1
  1. [Li.] Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn (B.S) - 1970
Southern Methodist University, United States
1
  1. [Ph.] James Cronin (B.S) - 1980
State University of New York at Purchase, United States
1
  1. [Li.] Toni Morrison (Lect) - 1993
Stockholm School of Economics, Sweden
1
  1. [Ec.] Bertil Ohlin (MSc, PhD) - 1977
  1. [Ec.] Bertil Ohlin (Prof) - 1977*
St. Olaf College, United States
1
  1. [Ph.] Ernest Lawrence (UG Atten) - 1939
Syracuse University, United States
1
  1. [Ch.] Ei-ichi Negishi (Assoc Prof) - 2010
Tavrida National V.I. Vernadsky University, Crimea
1
  1. [Ph.] Igor Tamm (Prof) - 1958
Texas Southern University, United States
1
  1. [Li.] Toni Morrison (Lect) - 1993
The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, United States
1
  1. [PM] James P. Allison[251] (Prof) - 2018*
The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (University of Texas at Houston), United States
1
  1. [PM] Ferid Murad (Prof) - 1998
Tohoku University, Japan
1
  1. [Ch.] Koichi Tanaka (B.S) - 2002
Tokyo University of Science, Japan
1
  1. [Ch.] Koichi Tanaka (B.S) - 2002
Tokyo University of Science, Japan
1
  1. [PM] Satoshi Omura (M.S, PhD) - 2015
  1. [PM] Satoshi Omura (Vis Prof) - 2015
Tsinghua University, China
1
  1. [Ph.] C. N. Yang (M.S) - 1957
  1. [Ph.] C. N. Yang (Prof) - 1957
Université de Montréal, Canada
1
  1. [PM] Roger Guillemin (PhD) - 1977
University of Alabama, United States
1
  1. [Ch.] Ada Yonath (Vis Sci) - 2009
University of Alaska Anchorage, United States
1
  1. [Ec.] Vernon L. Smith (Prof) - 2002
University of Alexandria, Egypt
1
  1. [Ch.] Ahmed Zewail (B.S, M.S) - 1999
University of Algiers, Algeria
1
  1. [Li.] Albert Camus (B.A) - 1957
University of Angers, France
1
  1. [Pe.] Denis Mukwege (M.D) -2018
University of Arkansas - Fayetteville, United States
1
  1. [Ec.] Friedrich Hayek (Vis Prof) - 1974
University of Barcelona, Spain
1
  1. [Ch.] Jean-Marie Lehn (Vis Prof) - 1987
University of Bath, United Kingdom
1
  1. [PM] Richard J. Roberts (Vis Prof) - 1980
University of Bielefeld, Germany
1
  1. [Ec.] Reinhard Selten (Prof) - 1994
University of Bologna, Italy
Notes: 1) Guglielmo Marconi did not formally enroll in any degree program or received a degree.[587]
1
  1. [Li.] Giosuè Carducci (Prof) - 1906
University of Burundi, Burundi
1
  1. [Pe.] Denis Mukwege (M.D) -2018
University of Chittagong, Bangladesh
1
  1. [Pe.] Muhammad Yunus (Prof) - 2006
University of Coimbra, Portugal
1
  1. [PM] António Egas Moniz (M.D) -1949
  1. [PM] António Egas Moniz (Prof) -1949
University of Connecticut, United States
1
  1. [Ph.] David M. Lee (M.S) - 1996
University of Costa Rica, Costa Rica
1
  1. [Pe.] Óscar Arias (B.A) - 1987
University of Cyprus, Cyprus
1
  1. [Ec.] Chris Pissarides (Prof) - 2010
University of Dayton, United States
1
  1. [Ch.] Charles Pedersen (B.S) - 1987
University of Dhaka, Bangladesh
1
  1. [Pe.] Muhammad Yunus (B.A) - 2006
University of Dundee, United Kingdom
Note: 1) James W. Black, being a former Chancellor (non-academic post) at the University, is excluded from the list.
1
  1. [Ec.] Ronald Coase (Asst Lect) - 1991
University of Florence, Italy
1
  1. [Ph.] Enrico Fermi (Lect) - 1938
University of Fort Hare, South Africa
1
  1. [Pe.] Nelson Mandela (UG Atten) - 1993
University of Genoa, Italy
1
  1. [Ch.] Giulio Natta (UG Atten) - 1963
University of Gothenburg, Sweden
1
  1. [PM] Arvid Carlsson (Prof) - 2000
Leibniz University Hannover, Germany
1
  1. [Ch.] Gerhard Ertl (Prof) - 2007
University of Hong Kong, China
1
  1. [Ec.] Chris Pissarides (Vis) - 2010
University of Königsberg, Germany
1
  1. [PM] Fritz Lipmann (UG Atten) - 1953
University of Ibadan, Nigeria
1
  1. [Li.] Wole Soyinka (UG Atten) - 1986
  1. [Li.] Wole Soyinka (Prof) - 1986
University of Johannesburg, South Africa
1
  1. [Li.] Wole Soyinka (Vis Prof) - 1986
University of Kent, United Kingdom
1
  1. [Li.] Kazuo Ishiguro (B.A) - 2017
University of Lagos, Nigeria
1
  1. [Li.] Wole Soyinka (Sr. Lect) - 1986
University of Lisbon, Portugal
1
  1. [PM] António Egas Moniz (Prof) - 1949*
University of Lorraine, France
1
  1. [Ch.] Victor Grignard (Prof) - 1912*
University of Maine, United States
1
  1. [PM] Jeffrey C. Hall (Prof) - 2017*
University of Málaga, Spain
1
  1. [PM] Severo Ochoa (B.A) - 1959
University of Manitoba, Canada
1
  1. [Ph.] Jim Peebles (B.S) - 2019
University of Massachusetts Medical School, United States
1
  1. [PM] Craig Mello (Prof) - 2006
University of Mississippi, United States
1
  1. [Li.] William Faulkner (UG Atten) - 1949
University of Milan, Italy
1
  1. [Ph.] Riccardo Giacconi (PhD) - 2002
  1. [Ph.] Riccardo Giacconi (Prof) - 2002
University of Montana, United States
1
  1. [Ch.] Harold Urey (B.S) - 1934
  1. [Ch.] Harold Urey (Inst) - 1934
University of Nairobi, Kenya
1
  1. [Pe.] Wangari Maathai (PhD) - 2004
  1. [Pe.] Wangari Maathai (Assoc Prof) - 2004
University of New Zealand, New Zealand
1
  1. [Ch.] Ernest Rutherford (B.S, M.A) - 1908
University of Notre Dame, United States
1
  1. [PM] Eric Wieschaus (B.S) - 1995
University of Odessa, Ukraine
1
  1. [PM] Élie Metchnikoff (Prof) - 1908
University of Oulu, Finnland
1
  1. [Pe.] Martti Ahtisaari (B.A) - 2011
University of Salzburg, Austria
1
  1. [Pe.] Friedrich Hayek (Vis Prof) - 1974
University of San Carlos of Guatemala, Guatemala
1
  1. [Li.] Miguel Ángel Asturias (LLB) - 1967
University of Sassari, Italy
1
  1. [PM] Daniel Bovet (Prof) - 1957
University of Seville, Spain
1
  1. [Li.] Juan Ramón Jiménez (LLB) - 1956
University of Science and Technology of China, China
1
  1. [Ec.] Chris Pissarides (Vis) - 2010
University of Science and Technology, Sana'a, Yemen
1
  1. [Pe.] Tawakkol Karman (B.A) - 2011
University of South Africa, South Africa
1
  1. [Pe.] Nelson Mandela (B.A, LLB) - 1993
University of South Carolina, United States
1
  1. [Ch.] Kary Mullis (Vis Prof) - 1993
University of South Dakota, United States
1
  1. [Ph.] Ernest Lawrence (B.A) - 1939
University of Southampton, United Kingdom
1
  1. [Ec.] Chris Pissarides (Lect) - 2010
University of Szeged, Hungary
1
  1. [PM] Albert Szent-Györgyi (Prof) - 1937*
University of Tartu, Estonia
1
  1. [Ch.] Wilhelm Ostwald (B.S) - 1909
  1. [Ch.] Wilhelm Ostwald (Lect) - 1909
University of Tehran, Iran
1
  1. [Pe.] Shirin Ebadi (J.D) - 2003
  1. [Pe.] Shirin Ebadi (Lect) - 2003
University of Tokushima, Japan
1
  1. [Ph.] Shuji Nakamura (B.Eng, M.Eng., D.Eng) - 2014
University of Turku, Finland
1
  1. [Ch.] Stefan Hell (Principal Sci) - 2014
University of Vermont, United States
1
  1. [Pe.] Jody Williams (B.A) - 1997
University of Vilnius, Lithuania
1
  1. [Li.] Czeslaw Milosz (LLB) - 1980
University of Waterloo, Canada
1
  1. [Ph.] Donna Strickland (Assoc Prof) - 2018*
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, United States
1
  1. [Ch.] Gerhard Ertl (Vis Prof) - 2007
University of Yamanashi, Japan
1
  1. [PM] Satoshi Omura (B.S) - 2015
University of Zaragoza (University of Saragossa), Spain
1
  1. [PM] Santiago Cajal (M.B) - 1906
  1. [PM] Santiago Cajal (Res Asst) - 1906
Ural State University, Russia
1
  1. [Ph.] Vitaly Ginzburg (Prof) - 2003
Ursinus College, United States
1
  1. [PM] Gerald Edelman (B.S) - 1972
Utah State University, United States
1
  1. [Ec.] Lars P. Hansen (B.S) - 2013
Vassar College, United States
1
  1. [Li.] Gabriela Mistral (Lect) - 1945
Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
1
  1. [Ch.] Alan MacDiarmid (B.S) - 2000
Voronezh State University, Russia
1
  1. [Ph.] Pavel Cherenkov (B.S) - 1958
Washburn University, United States
1
  1. [PM] Earl Sutherland (B.S) - 1971
Washington and Lee University, United States
1
  1. [PM] Joseph L. Goldstein (B.S) - 1985
Wayne State University, United States
1
  1. [Ch.] Herbert C. Brown (Assoc Prof) - 1979
Wellesley College, United States
1
  1. [Pe.] Emily Balch (Prof) - 1946
West University of Timisoara, Romania
1
  1. [Li.] Herta Müller (B.A) - 2009
Whitman College, United States
1
  1. [Ph.] Walter Brattain (B.S) - 1956
  1. [Ph.] Walter Brattain (Vis Prof) - 1956
York University, Canada
1
  1. [Li.] Alice Munro (Lect) - 2013
Zhejiang University, China
1
  1. [Ph.] T. D. Lee (UG Atten) - 1957

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