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This list of Nobel laureates by university affiliation shows comprehensively the university affiliations of individual winners of the Nobel Prize and the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences since 1901 (as of 2017, 892 individual laureates in total).[1] This list considers Nobel laureates as equal individuals and does not consider their various prize shares or if they received the prize more than once.[2] This list does not include organizations which were awarded the Nobel prize (as of 2017, 24 such organizations) or any individuals affiliated with those organizations. However, an individual laureate who received the Nobel prize while working at a research organization formally affiliated with or operated by a university is counted as an affiliate of that university.

The university affiliations in this list are all official academic affiliations such as official academic employment and degree programs. Non-academic positions (e.g., advisory committee, administrative staff, etc) are generally excluded. The official academic affiliations fall into three categories: 1) Graduate and attendee, 2) Long-term academic staff, and 3) Short-term academic staff. Graduates are defined as those who hold Bachelor's, Master's, PhD, or equivalent degrees from a university, while attendees are those who formally enrolled in degree programs at a university but did not complete the programs (thus, honorary degrees, posthumous degrees, summer attendees, exchange students and auditing students are generally excluded). The category of "Long-term academic staff" consists of tenure/tenure-track and equivalent academic positions, while that of "Short-term academic staff" consists of lecturers (without tenure), postdoctoral researchers, visiting professors/scholars (visitors), and equivalent academic positions. At any university, the specific academic title solely determines the type of affiliation, regardless of the actual time the position was held by a laureate.

Further explanations on "visitors" under "Short-term academic staff" are now presented. 1) All informal/personal visits are excluded from the list; 2) all employment-based visiting positions, which carry teaching/research duties, are included as affiliations in the list; 3) as for award/honor-based visiting positions, this list takes a conservative view and includes the positions as affiliations only if the laureates were required to assume employment-level duty (teaching/research) or the laureates specifically classified the visiting positions as "appointment" or similar in their curriculum vitae or reliable websites. To be specific, some award/honor-based visiting positions such as the "Morris Loeb Short-term Lectureship" at Harvard University and Guggenheim Fellowship are awards/honors/recognition without employment-level duty;[3][4] in particular, attending meetings and giving public lectures, talks or non-curricular seminars is not a form of employment-level duty. On the other hand, positive award/honor-based examples include "Morris Loeb Long-term Lectureship" at Harvard University (teaching duty), "Visiting Miller Professorship" at UC Berkeley (research duty) and Fulbright Scholarship.[4][5][6] Finally, summer visitors are generally excluded from the list unless summer work yielded significant end products such as research publications and components of Nobel-winning work, since summer terms are not part of formal academic years; the same rule applies to extension schools of universities.

In this list, the number following a person's name is the year he/she received the prize; in particular, a number with asterisk (*) means the person received the award while he/she was working at the institution (including emeritus staff) containing that asterisk. A name underlined implies that this person has been listed for a same institution previously (i.e., multiple affiliations). If a person had multiple positions under one category, only the position with highest rank is considered.

Different universities adopt different criteria—from generous to conservative—for claiming Nobel affiliates, which may not encompass all types of affiliations.[7] The University Counts (Univ Counts), which are published by the universities themselves, are thus shown as comparison in this list. Finally, this list, together with the List of Fields Medal winners by university affiliation and the List of Turing Award laureates by university affiliation, presents the university affiliation (with similar criteria) of people who have won highest honors in fundamental academic disciplines.

Abbreviation: 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).

Contents

Summary of resultsEdit

Top 30 universities worldwide since 1901Edit

According to Wikipedia policies on no original research and objectivity/neutrality, it is impossible in Wikipedia to assign various weights to different types of affiliations and to different subjects. Hence, all types of affiliations in all relevant subjects count equally in the following tables and throughout the whole page.

Rank University Total Normalized* Physics Chemistry Physiology/Medicine Economics Literature Peace
1 Harvard University   157 100.0 34 36 41 30 8 8
2 University of Cambridge   116 73.9 34 30 30 14 5 3
3 University of California, Berkeley   104 66.2 33 29 16 23 3 1**
4 University of Chicago   97 61.8 32 18 11 31 3 2
5 Columbia University   95 60.5 32 15 22 15 5 6
6 Massachusetts Institute of Technology   91 58.0 35 15 12 28 0 1
7 Stanford University   81 51.6 26 13 15 25 2 1**
8 California Institute of Technology   72 45.9 29 16 21 6 0 1**
9 University of Oxford   69 43.9 14 17 18 10 5 6**
10 Princeton University   63 40.1 26 8 4 19 5 1
11 Yale University   60 38.2 8 10 14 21 4 3
12 Cornell University   56 35.7 20 12 13 5 4 2
13 Humboldt University of Berlin   55 35.0 14 21 12 1 4 3
14 University of Paris***   49 31.2 14 9**** 10 4 6 7
15 University of Göttingen   45 28.7 19 16 8 0 1 1
16 University of Munich   42 26.8 13 19 9 0 1 1**
17 University of Copenhagen   38 24.2 19 7 8 2 2 1**
18 Johns Hopkins University   37 23.6 4 8 16 5 1 3
19 New York University   36 22.9 3 4 12 13 2 2
Rockefeller University   36 22.9 1 10 25 0 0 0
21 University of Pennsylvania   35 22.3 4 10 10 11 0 0
22 University College London   33 21.0 4 7 19 2 1 0
23 ETH Zurich   32 20.4 11 17 4 0 0 0
24 University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign   30 19.1 11 5 11 3 0 0
University of Minnesota   30 19.1 7 4 4 12 2 1
26 University of Heidelberg   27 17.2 11 8 5 0 1 2
27 University of California, San Diego   26 16.6 5 9 9 3 0 1**
28 University of Manchester   25 15.9 11 9 2 3 0 0
29 University of California, Los Angeles   24 15.3 1 8 3 9 1 2
University of Michigan   24 15.3 8 3 6 5 2 0
University of Wisconsin–Madison   24 15.3 5 6 10 2 1 0
Washington University in St. Louis   24 15.3 1 5 17 1 0 0

*: Normalized with respect to the total number of Nobel affiliates at Harvard University.

**: Linus Pauling won a Nobel Chemistry Prize and a Nobel Peace Prize.

***: The unified University of Paris no longer exists since its dissolution in 1969. Its successor universities (numbered from 1 to 13) are here taken into consideration globally.

****: Marie Curie won a Nobel Physics Prize and a Nobel Chemistry Prize.

Rank University Total Normalized Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff O*****
1 Harvard University 157 100.0 75 53 75 -46
2 University of Cambridge 116 73.9 68 43 52 -47
3 University of California, Berkeley 104 66.2 33 38 50 -17
4 University of Chicago 97 61.8 32 45 39 -19
5 Columbia University 95 60.5 42 33 38 -18
6 Massachusetts Institute of Technology 91 58.0 36 33 38 -16
7 Stanford University 81 51.6 13 45 34 -11
8 California Institute of Technology 72 45.9 22 20 39 -9
9 University of Oxford 69 43.9 29 16 35 -11
10 Princeton University 63 40.1 18 25 28 -8
11 Yale University 60 38.2 20 27 23 -10
12 Cornell University 56 35.7 17 18 25 -4
13 Humboldt University of Berlin 55 35.0 32 20 11 -8
14 University of Paris 49 31.2 40 21 7 -19
15 University of Göttingen 45 28.7 21 12 17 -5
16 University of Munich 42 26.8 28 12 10 -8
17 University of Copenhagen 38 24.2 12 8 25 -7
18 Johns Hopkins University 37 23.6 16 14 14 -7
19 New York University 36 22.9 10 12 16 -2
Rockefeller University 36 22.9 3 26 13 -6
21 University of Pennsylvania 35 22.3 7 14 15 -1
22 University College London 33 21.0 9 12 14 -2
23 ETH Zurich 32 20.4 12 9 14 -3
24 University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign 30 19.1 11 10 14 -5
University of Minnesota 30 18.5 10 13 7 0
26 University of Heidelberg 27 17.2 15 10 6 -4
27 University of California, San Diego 26 16.6 3 15 8 0
28 University of Manchester 25 15.9 9 13 5 -2
29 University of California, Los Angeles 24 15.3 7 10 10 -3
University of Michigan 24 15.3 8 5 13 -2
University of Wisconsin–Madison 24 15.3 13 7 6 -2
Washington University in St. Louis 24 15.3 4 14 9 -3

*****: Overlap of affiliates among the three columns.

Top 20 universities worldwide since 2000Edit

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Rank University Total Normalized* Physics Chemistry Physiology/Medicine Economics Literature Peace
1 Harvard University   59 100.0 12 14 8 18 2 5
2 Massachusetts Institute of Technology   36 61.0 8 4 5 18 0 1
3 Stanford University   34 57.6 4 7 7 15 1 0
4 University of California, Berkeley   33 56.0 7 10 5 11 0 0
5 Yale University   29 49.2 4 7 3 14 0 1
6 University of Cambridge   28 47.5 3 9 9 5 1 1
7 Princeton University   27 45.8 8 3 1 14 1 0
8 California Institute of Technology   25 42.4 7 8 5 5 0 0
9 University of Chicago   22 37.3 7 2 1 10 1 1
10 Columbia University   19 32.2 1 5 4 4 1 4
11 University of Pennsylvania   16 27.1 2 5 2 7 0 0
12 University of Oxford   15 25.4 4 2 4 3 1 1
13 Cornell University   13 22.0 5 3 2 3 0 0
New York University   13 22.0 0 2 2 8 0 1
15 Hebrew University   11 18.6 1 4 0 6 0 0
Johns Hopkins University   11 18.6 2 4 4 0 1 0
Kyoto University   11 18.6 5 3 2 1 0 0
Northwestern University   11 18.6 0 3 0 8 0 0
University of Minnesota   11 18.6 0 1 0 9 1 0
20 University College London   10 16.9 2 0 7 1 0 0
University of California, Santa Barbara   10 16.9 5 1 1 3 0 0
University of Paris   10 16.9 3 2 2 2 0 1

*: Normalized with respect to the total number of Nobel affiliates at Harvard University.

Rank University Total Normalized Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff Overlap
1 Harvard University 59 100.0 31 13 30 -15
2 Massachusetts Institute of Technology 36 61.0 19 14 12 -9
3 Stanford University 34 57.6 9 15 17 -7
4 University of California, Berkeley 33 56.0 12 13 13 -5
5 Yale University 29 49.2 8 16 11 -6
6 University of Cambridge 28 47.5 14 6 16 -8
7 Princeton University 27 45.8 6 10 14 -3
8 California Institute of Technology 25 42.4 7 4 16 -2
9 University of Chicago 22 37.3 5 11 10 -4
10 Columbia University 19 32.2 5 10 7 -3
11 University of Pennsylvania 16 27.1 2 9 6 -1
12 University of Oxford 15 25.4 8 2 8 -3
13 Cornell University 13 22.0 5 2 7 -1
New York University 13 22.0 3 4 6 0
15 Hebrew University 11 18.6 5 2 6 -2
Johns Hopkins University 11 18.6 4 5 3 -1
Kyoto University 11 18.6 3 2 7 -1
Northwestern University 11 18.6 0 4 7 0
University of Minnesota 11 18.6 4 5 2 0
20 University College London 10 16.9 2 5 4 -1
University of California, Santa Barbara 10 16.9 1 6 3 0
University of Paris 10 16.9 7 3 2 -2

Top 5 universities by regionEdit

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Since 1901

Rank Africa Asia Australia
University Total University Total University Total
1 University of Cape Town   5 Kyoto University   17 Australian National University   8
2 University of the Witwatersrand   4 Hebrew University

University of Tokyo

 

 

15 University of Melbourne   7
3 Cairo University   3 - - - University of Adelaide   5
4 Many (not displayed) 1 Nagoya University

Weizmann Institute of Science

 

 

6 University of Sydney   4
5 University of Canterbury   3
Rank Europe North America Latin America
University Total University Total University Total
1 University of Cambridge   116 Harvard University   157 University of Buenos Aires   5
2 University of Oxford   69 University of California, Berkeley   104 National Autonomous University of Mexico   3
3 Humboldt University of Berlin   55 University of Chicago   97 University of Chile   2
4 University of Paris   49 Columbia University   95 Many (not displayed) 1
5 University of Göttingen   45 Massachusetts Institute of Technology   91

Since 2000

Rank Africa Asia Australia
University Total University Total University Total
1 Cairo University

University of Cape Town

University of Nairobi

University of the Witwatersrand

1 Kyoto University

Hebrew University

11 Australian National University 3
2 - - University of Adelaide

University of Canterbury

University of Melbourne

University of Western Australia

2
3 University of Tokyo 8
4 Nagoya University 6
5 Chinese University of Hong Kong

Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

Technion-Israel Institute of Technology

Weizmann Institute of Science

4
Rank Europe North America Latin America
University Total University Total University Total
1 University of Cambridge 28 Harvard University 59 National University of San Marcos 1
2 University of Oxford 15 Massachusetts Institute of Technology 36
3 University College London

University of Paris

10 Stanford University 34
4 - - University of California, Berkeley 33
5 University of Edinburgh 9 Yale University 29

Harvard University (1st)Edit

Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
Harvard University, United States
Total: 157 (Univ Count: 49)[8]
Notes: 1) Affiliates of Radcliffe College ("Harvard Annex", 1879-1999) are not included in this list.[9]

2) Affiliates of Massachusetts General Hospital and Boston Children's Hospital are included in this list.[10][11]

3) "Morris Loeb Short-term Lectureship" (M.L.S Lecturer), "Lee Historical Lectureship" and "Charles Eliot Norton Professorship" are award/honor-based visiting positions without employment-level duty. On the other hand, "Morris Loeb Long-term Lectureship" (M.L.L Lecturer) usually requires teaching duty.[12][13][14]

4) Eric Cornell was a Teaching Fellow at Harvard Extension School in 1989.[15] He is excluded from the list. Also being excluded are Albert Szent-Györgyi who was visiting Harvard to deliver three public lectures in 1935,[16][17] and Shimon Peres who attended a 4-month Advanced Management Program (non-degree) at Harvard Business School.[18]

5) Harvard's University Count is not exhaustive and only presents a selection of Nobel laureates. It also includes Henry Cadbury who represented the American Friends Service Committee to receive the 1947 Nobel Peace Prize, and International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War which won 1985 Nobel Peace Prize. They are both excluded from the list.

6) The following laureates have unclear visiting positions at Harvard and are not included for now: Gerald Edelman.[19]

Physics
  1. Adam Riess[20] (PhD) - 2011
  2. Ben Mottelson[21] (PhD) - 1975
  3. Brian Schmidt[22] (PhD) - 2011
  4. David Wineland[23] (PhD) - 2012
  5. David Politzer[24] (PhD) - 2004
  6. David M. Lee[25] (B.A) - 1996
  7. Edward M. Purcell[26] (M.A, PhD) - 1952
  8. John van Vleck[27] (M.A, PhD) - 1977
  9. Joseph H. Taylor[28] (PhD) - 1993
  10. Kenneth G. Wilson[29] (B.A) - 1982
  11. Nico Bloembergen[30] (Grad Atten) - 1981
  12. Percy Bridgman[31] (B.A, M.A, PhD) - 1946
  13. Philip W. Anderson[32] (B.A, M.A, PhD) - 1977
  14. Roy Glauber[33] (B.A, PhD) - 2005
  15. Saul Perlmutter[34] (B.A) - 2011
  16. Sheldon Glashow[35] (M.A, PhD) - 1979
  1. Carlo Rubbia[36] (Prof) - 1984
  2. Edward M. Purcell[26] (Prof) - 1952*
  3. John van Vleck[27] (Prof) - 1977*
  4. Julian Schwinger[37] (Prof) - 1965*
  5. Nico Bloembergen[30] (Prof) - 1981*
  6. Norman Ramsey[38] (Prof) - 1989*
  7. Percy Bridgman[31] (Prof) - 1946*
  8. Riccardo Giacconi[39] (Prof) - 2002
  9. Robert W. Wilson[40] (Sr. Sci) - 1978
  10. Roy Glauber[33] (Prof) - 2005*
  11. Sheldon Glashow[35] (Prof) - 1979*
  12. Steven Weinberg[41] (Prof) - 1979*
  1. Anthony Leggett[42] (Res Assoc) - 2003
  2. Arno Penzias[43] (Res Assoc) - 1978
  3. Brian Schmidt[22] (PSD) - 2011
  4. David Gross[44] (Jr. Fel) - 2004
  5. David Politzer[24] (Jr. Fel) - 2004
  6. Felix Bloch[45] (Res) - 1952
  7. Frank Wilczek[46] (Vis Prof) - 2004
  8. Gerard 't Hooft[47][48] (M.L.L Lect) - 1999
  9. John Bardeen[49] (Jr. Fel) - 1956, 1972
  10. John M. Kosterlitz[50] (Vis Prof) - 2016
  11. Kenneth G. Wilson[29] (Jr. Fel) - 1982
  12. Nico Bloembergen[30] (Jr. Fel) - 1981
  13. Owen Chamberlain[48] (M.L.L Lect) - 1959
  14. Serge Haroche[51] (Vis Prof) - 2012
  15. Steven Weinberg[41] (Vis Prof) - 1979
  16. Walter Brattain[52] (Vis Lect) - 1956
  17. Willis Lamb[48] (M.L.L Lect) - 1955
Chemistry
  1. Chris Anfinsen[53] (PhD) - 1972
  2. Donald Cram[54] (PhD) - 1987
  3. Dudley Herschbach[55] (PhD) - 1986
  4. James B. Sumner[56] (B.A, PhD) - 1946
  5. Jerome Karle[57] (M.A) - 1985
  6. Martin Chalfie[58] (B.A, PhD) - 2008
  7. Martin Karplus[59] (B.A) - 2013
  8. Richard Schrock[60] (PhD) - 2005
  9. Roald Hoffmann[61] (PhD) - 1981
  10. Roger Kornberg[62] (B.A) - 2006
  11. Roger Tsien[63] (B.S) - 2008
  12. Theodore W. Richards[64] (B.A, PhD) - 1914
  13. Thomas Steitz[65] (PhD) - 2009
  14. Walter Gilbert[66][67] (B.S, M.S) - 1980
  15. Walter Kohn[68] (PhD) - 1998
  16. William H. Stein[69] (B.S) - 1972
  17. William S. Knowles[70] (B.S) - 2001
  1. Christ Anfinsen[53] (Prof) - 1972
  2. Dudley Herschbach[55] (Prof) - 1986*
  3. Elias Corey[71] (Prof) - 1990*
  4. Geoffrey Wilkinson[72] (Asst Prof) - 1973
  5. Martin Karplus[59] (Prof) - 2013*
  6. Roderick MacKinnon[73] (Prof) - 2003
  7. Robert B. Woodward[74] (Prof) - 1965*
  8. Roger Kornberg[62] (Asst Prof) - 2006
  9. Theodore W. Richards[64] (Prof) - 1914
  10. Walter Gilbert[66][67] (Prof) - 1980*
  11. William Lipscomb[75] (Prof) - 1976*
  1. Aaron Ciechanover[76] (Vis Prof) - 2004
  2. Arieh Warshel[77] (PSD) - 2013
  3. Barry Sharpless[78] (PSD) - 2001
  4. Derek Barton[79] (Vis Lect) - 1969
  5. Dudley Herschbach[55] (Jr. Fel) - 1986
  6. Jean-Marie Lehn[80] (Vis Prof) - 1987
  7. Peter Debye[81][82] (Vis Lect) - 1936
  8. Roald Hoffmann[61] (Jr. Fel) - 1981
  9. Robert Curl[83] (PSD) - 1996
  10. Robert Lefkowitz[84] (Teaching Fel) - 2012
  11. Robert Mulliken[85] (NRC Fel) - 1966
  12. Robert B. Woodward[86] (Jr. Fel) - 1965
  13. Roderick MacKinnon[73] (PSD) - 2003
  14. Roger Kornberg[62] (Jr. Fel) - 2006
  15. Ryoji Noyori[87] (PSD) - 2001
  16. Sidney Altman[88] (PSD) - 1989
  17. Thomas Steitz[65] (PSD) - 2009
  18. Walter Gilbert[66] (PSD) - 1980
  19. Walter Kohn[68] (PSD) - 1998
  20. Wilhelm Ostwald[89] (Vis Prof) - 1909
  21. William Moerner[90] (Woodward Vis Prof) - 2014
  22. William H. Stein[69] (Vis Prof) - 1972
  23. William S. Knowles[70][91] (PSD) - 2001
  24. Y. T. Lee[92] (PSD) - 1986
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Charles Huggins[93] (M.D) - 1966
  2. Craig Mello[94] (PhD) - 2006
  3. Carleton Gajdusek[95] (M.D) - 1976
  4. Donnall Thomas[96] (M.D) - 1990
  5. Edward Doisy[97] (PhD) - 1943
  6. Eric Kandel[98] (B.A) - 2000
  7. Frederick Robbins[99] (M.D) - 1954
  8. George D. Snell[100] (PhD) - 1980
  9. George Hitchings[101] (PhD) - 1988
  10. George Minot[102] (B.A, M.D) - 1934
  11. Harold Varmus[103] (M.A) - 1989
  12. James Rothman[104] (PhD) - 2013
  13. John Enders[105] (PhD) - 1954
  14. Joseph Murray[106] (M.D) - 1990
  15. J. Michael Bishop[107] (M.D) - 1989
  16. Mario Capecchi[108] (PhD) - 2007
  17. Ralph Steinman[109] (M.D) - 2011
  18. Robert Horvitz[110] (M.A, PhD) - 2002
  19. Thomas H. Weller[111] (M.D) - 1954
  20. William P. Murphy[112] (M.D) - 1934
  1. Baruj Benacerraf[113] (Prof) - 1980*
  2. David Hubel[114] (Prof) - 1981*
  3. Fritz Lipmann[115] (Prof) - 1953*
  4. Georg Békésy[116] (Prof) - 1961*
  5. George Beadle[117] (Asst Prof) - 1958
  6. George Minot[102] (Prof) - 1934*
  7. George Wald[118] (Prof) - 1967*
  8. Jack Szostak[119] (Prof) - 2009*
  9. James Watson[120] (Prof) - 1962*
  10. John Enders[105] (Prof) - 1954*
  11. Konrad Bloch[121] (Prof) - 1964*
  12. Linda Buck[122] (Prof) - 2004
  13. Thomas Weller[111] (Prof) - 1954*
  14. Torsten Wiesel[123] (Prof) - 1981*
  15. William Murphy[112] (Sr. Assoc) - 1934
  1. Allan Cormack[124][125] (Res Fel) - 1979
  2. Bengt Samuelsson[126] (Vis Prof) - 1982
  3. Carl Cori[127] (Vis Prof) - 1947
  4. Francis Crick[128][129] (Vis Prof) - 1962
  5. Frederick Robbins[99] (Res Assoc) - 1954
  6. George Hitchings[101] (PSD) - 1988
  7. Jean Dausset[130] (Res) - 1980
  8. Joseph L. Goldstein[131] (Med Resident) - 1985
  9. J. Michael Bishop[107][132] (Med Resident) - 1989
  10. Max Theiler[133] (Inst) - 1951
  11. Michael S. Brown[134] (Med Resident) - 1985
  12. Richard J. Roberts[135] (Res Assoc) - 1980
  13. Roger Sperry[136] (Res Fel) - 1981
Economics
  1. Bertil Ohlin[137] (M.A) - 1977
  2. Christopher Sims[138] (B.A, PhD) - 2011
  3. Eric Maskin[139] (B.A, M.A, PhD) - 2007
  4. James Tobin[140] (B.A, PhD) - 1981
  5. Lloyd Shapley[141] (B.A) - 2012
  6. Merton Miller[142] (B.A) - 1990
  7. Michael Spence[143] (PhD) - 2001
  8. Paul Samuelson[144] (M.A, PhD) - 1970
  9. Robert Solow[145] (B.A, PhD) - 1987
  10. Roger Myerson[146] (B.A, PhD) - 2007
  11. Thomas Sargent[147] (PhD) - 2011
  12. Thomas Schelling[148] (PhD) - 2005
  13. Vernon L. Smith[149] (PhD) - 2002
  1. Alvin Roth[150] (Prof) - 2012*
  2. Amartya Sen[151] (Prof) - 1998
  3. Christopher Sims[138] (Asst Prof) - 2011
  4. Eric Maskin[139] (Prof) - 2007
  5. Kenneth Arrow[152] (Prof) - 1972*
  6. Michael Spence[143] (Prof) - 2001
  7. Oliver S. Hart[153] (Prof) - 2016*
  8. Robert C. Merton[154] (Prof) - 1997*
  9. Robert Fogel[155] (Prof) - 1993
  10. Simon Kuznets[156] (Prof) - 1971*
  11. Thomas Schelling[148] (Prof) - 2005
  12. Wassily Leontief[157] (Prof) - 1973*
  1. Amartya Sen[151] (Vis Prof) - 1998
  2. Chris Pissarides[158] (Vis) - 2010
  3. Christopher Sims[138] (Inst) - 2011
  4. Daniel Kahneman[159] (Lect) - 2002
  5. Franco Modigliani[160] (Vis Prof) - 1985
  6. Jean Tirole[161] (Taussig Res Prof) - 2014
  7. Lars P. Hansen[162] (Vis Prof) - 2013
  8. Leonid Hurwicz[163] (Vis Prof) - 2007
  9. Oliver Williamson[164] (Taussig Res Prof) - 2009
  10. Peter Diamond[165] (Vis) - 2010
  11. Robert Shiller[166] (Vis Sch) - 2013
  12. Robert Fogel[155] (Taussig Res Prof) - 1993
  13. Robert Merton[154] (Vis Prof) - 1997
  14. Thomas Sargent[147] (Vis Prof) - 2011
Literature
  1. Eugene O'Neill[167] (UG Atten) - 1936
  2. T. S. Eliot[168][169] (B.A, M.A) - 1948
  1. Seamus Heaney[170] (Prof) - 1995*
  1. Bertrand Russell[171][172] (Vis Lect) - 1950
  2. Derek Walcott[173] (Vis Prof) - 1992
  3. J. M. Coetzee[174][175] (Vis Prof) - 2003
  4. Mario Vargas Llosa[176] (Vis Prof) - 2010
  5. Rudolf Eucken[177][178] (Vis Prof) - 1908
  6. Seamus Heaney[170] (Vis Prof) - 1995
Peace
  1. Al Gore[179] (B.A) - 2007
  2. Barack Obama[180] (J.D) - 2009
  3. Ellen Sirleaf[181] (M.A) - 2011
  4. Henry Kissinger[182] (B.A, M.A, PhD) - 1973
  5. Juan Santos[183] (M.A) - 2016
  6. Ralph Bunche[184] (M.A, PhD) - 1950
  7. Theodore Roosevelt[185] (B.A) - 1906
  1. Henry Kissinger[182] (Prof) - 1973
  2. Ralph Bunche[184] (Prof) - 1950
  1. Kim Dae-jung[186][187] (Vis Fel) - 2000

University of Cambridge (2nd)Edit

Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
Total: 116 (Univ Count: 98)[188]
Notes: 1) Carrying teaching/research duties, the (official) Fellows at various Colleges of Cambridge University are long-term academic staff in the University.[189][190] On the contrary, the "Overseas Fellowship" (Churchill College) and other similar visiting/honorary fellowships at these Colleges are award/honor-based visiting positions which do not require employment-level duties.[191][192][193]

2) Affiliates of the Laboratory of Molecular Biology (MRC LMB) are generally excluded starting May 28, 1962, when MRC LMB officially moved out of the Cavendish Laboratory to become a relatively independent department from the University.[194][195][196][197][Note 1]

3) Steven Weinberg, honored as a special lecturer and member of several advisory committees in Cambridge,[41] is not included in the following list, contrary to the University Count.

Physics
  1. Abdus Salam[198] (B.A, PhD) - 1979
  2. Antony Hewish[199] (B.A, PhD) - 1974
  3. Brian Josephson[200] (B.A, M.A, PhD) - 1973
  4. Cecil Powell[201] (B.A, PhD) - 1950
  5. Charles T. R. Wilson[202] (B.A) - 1927
  6. David Thouless[203] (B.A) - 2016
  7. Duncan Haldane[204] (B.A, PhD) - 2016
  8. Edward V. Appleton[205] (B.A, M.A) - 1947
  9. Ernest Walton[206] (PhD) - 1951
  10. George P. Thomson[207] (B.A) - 1937
  11. James Chadwick[208] (PhD) - 1935
  12. John Cockcroft[209] (B.A, PhD) - 1951
  13. John M. Kosterlitz[50] (B.A, M.A) - 2016
  14. J. J. Thomson[210] (B.A) - 1906
  15. Lawrence Bragg[211] (B.A, PhD) - 1915
  16. Lord Rayleigh[212] (B.A) - 1904
  17. Nevill Mott[213] (B.A) - 1977
  18. Norman Ramsey[38] (B.A, M.A, PhD) - 1989
  19. Owen Richardson[214][215] (B.A, M.A) - 1928
  20. Patrick Blackett[216] (B.A) - 1948
  21. Paul Dirac[217] (PhD) - 1933
  22. Pyotr Kapitsa[218] (PhD) - 1978
  23. Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar[219] (PhD) - 1983
  24. William H. Bragg[220] (B.A) - 1915
  1. Antony Hewish[199] (Prof) - 1974*
  2. Brian Josephson[200] (Prof) - 1973*
  3. Charles Wilson[202] (Prof) - 1927*
  4. Edward Appleton[205] (Prof) - 1947
  5. George Thomson[207] (Prof) - 1937
  6. James Chadwick[208] (Prof) - 1935
  7. John Cockcroft[209] (Prof) - 1951
  8. J. J. Thomson[210](Prof) - 1906*
  9. Lawrence Bragg[211] (Prof) - 1915
  10. Lord Rayleigh[212] (Prof) - 1904
  11. Martin Ryle[221] (Prof) - 1974*
  12. Nevill Mott[213] (Prof) - 1977*
  13. Owen Richardson[214] (Fel, Trinity) - 1928
  14. Patrick Blackett[222] (Fel, King's) - 1948
  15. Paul Dirac[217] (Prof) - 1933*
  16. Philip W. Anderson[32] (Prof) - 1977
  1. Abdus Salam[198] (Lect) - 1979
  2. Arthur Compton[223] (NRC Fel) - 1927
  3. Charles Barkla[224] (Res) - 1917
  4. David Thouless[203] (Lect) - 2016
  5. George Thomson[207] (Lect) - 1937
  6. Hans Bethe[225] (Vis Prof) - 1967
  7. Ivar Giaever[226][227] (Guggenheim Fel) - 1973
  8. Max Born[228] (Lect) - 1954
  9. Murray Gell-Mann[229] (Overseas Fel, Churchill) - 1969
  10. Niels Bohr[230] (PSD) - 1922
  11. Pyotr Kapitsa[218] (Res) - 1978
  12. William A. Fowler[231] (Vis) - 1983
  13. William H. Bragg[220] (Res) - 1915
Chemistry
  1. Aaron Klug[232] (PhD) - 1982
  2. Alan MacDiarmid[233] (PhD) - 2000
  3. Archer Martin[234] (B.A) - 1952
  4. Dorothy Hodgkin[235] (PhD) - 1964
  5. Ernest Rutherford[236] (B.A) - 1908
  6. Frederick Sanger[237] (B.A, PhD) - 1958, 1980
  7. George Porter[238][239] (PhD) - 1967
  8. John Kendrew[197] (B.A, PhD) - 1962
  9. John Pople[240] (B.A, PhD) - 1998
  10. Max Perutz[241] (PhD) - 1962
  11. Michael Levitt[242] (PhD) - 2013
  12. Peter D. Mitchell[243] (B.A, PhD) - 1978
  13. Richard Henderson[244] (PhD) - 2017
  14. Richard Synge[245] (B.A, PhD) - 1952
  15. Roger Tsien[63] (PhD) - 2008
  16. Ronald Norrish[246] (B.A, PhD) - 1967
  17. Walter Gilbert[66] (PhD) - 1980
  1. Aaron Klug[232] (Prof) - 1982*
  2. Ernest Rutherford[236] (Prof) - 1908
  3. Francis Aston[247] (Fel, Trinity) - 1922*
  4. Frederick Sanger[237] (Prof) - 1958*, 1980*
  5. George Porter[238] (Fel, Emmanuel) - 1967
  6. John Kendrew[197] (LMB; Fel, Peterhouse) - 1962
  7. John E. Walker[248] (MRC MBU Director) - 1997
  8. Lord Todd[249] (Prof) - 1957*
  9. Max Perutz[241] (LMB) - 1962
  10. Richard Henderson[244] (Fel, Darwin) - 2017
  11. Ronald Norrish[246] (Prof) - 1967*
  12. Venki Ramakrishnan[250] (Fel, Trinity) - 2009
  1. Arieh Warshel[77] (Res) - 2013
  2. Fritz Haber[251][252] (Vis) - 1918
  3. Jean-Marie Lehn[80] (Todd Vis Prof) - 1987*
  4. Joachim Frank[253] (Sr. Res Asst) - 2017
  5. John Pople[240] (Lect) - 1998
  6. Lars Onsager[254][255] (Fulbright Sch) - 1968
  7. Luis Leloir[256][257] (Res) - 1970
  8. Peter Mitchell[243] (Demonstrator) - 1978
  9. Richard Schrock[60] (PSD) - 2005
  10. Roger Tsien[63] (PSD) - 2008
  11. Stanford Moore[258] (Vis) - 1972
  12. Thomas Steitz[259] (LMB PSD) - 2009
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Alan Hodgkin[260] (B.S) - 1963
  2. Albert Szent-Györgyi[16][261] (PhD) - 1937
  3. Allan Cormack[125] (Grad Atten) - 1979
  4. Andrew Huxley[262][263] (B.A, M.A) - 1963
  5. Archibald Hill[264] (B.A) - 1922
  6. César Milstein[265] (PhD) - 1984
  7. Charles Sherrington[266] (B.A, M.B) - 1932
  8. Edgar Adrian[267] (B.A) - 1932
  9. Elizabeth Blackburn[268] (PhD) - 2009
  10. Francis Crick[128] (PhD) - 1962
  11. Henry H. Dale[269] (B.S, M.D) - 1936
  12. Howard Florey[270] (PhD) - 1945
  13. John Sulston[271] (B.A, PhD) - 2002
  14. Martin Evans[272] (B.A) - 2007
  15. Maurice Wilkins[273] (B.A) - 1962
  16. Rodney Porter[274] (PhD) - 1972
  17. Tim Hunt[275] (B.A, PhD) - 2001
  1. Alan Hodgkin[260] (Prof) - 1963*
  2. Archibald Hill[264] (Prof) - 1922
  3. César Milstein[276] (Fel, Darwin) - 1984
  4. Charles Sherrington[266] (Fel, Gonville & Caius) - 1932
  5. Edgar Adrian[267] (Prof) - 1932*
  6. Francis Crick[128] (LMB) 1962*
  7. Frederick Hopkins[277] (Prof) - 1929*
  8. John Gurdon[278] (Prof) - 2012*
  9. Martin Evans[279] (Fel, St Edmund's) - 2007
  10. Robert G. Edwards[280] (Prof) - 2010*
  11. Sydney Brenner[281] (Fel, King's) - 2002
  1. André Lwoff[282] (Rockefeller Fel) - 1965
  2. Andrew Huxley[262] (Res) - 1963
  3. Edward B. Lewis[283] (Rockefeller Fel) - 1995
  4. Ernst Chain[284] (Res) - 1945
  5. George Wald[285][286] (Guggenheim Fel) - 1967
  6. Gobind Khorana[287] (PSD) - 1968
  7. Hans A. Krebs[288] (Demonstrator) - 1953
  8. James Watson[120] (Res) - 1962
  9. Paul Greengard[289] (PSD) - 2000
  10. Robert G. Edwards[280] (Ford Res Fel) - 2010*
  11. William Cecil Campbell[290] (Vis Res) - 2015
Economics
  1. Amartya Sen[151] (B.A, PhD) - 1998
  2. Angus Deaton[291] (B.A, PhD) - 2015
  3. James Mirrlees[292] (PhD) - 1996
  4. Joseph Stiglitz[293] (Grad Atten) - 2001
  5. Oliver S. Hart[153] (B.A) - 2016
  6. Richard Stone[294] (B.A, M.A) - 1984
  1. Amartya Sen[151] (Prof) - 1998*
  2. James Meade[295] (Prof) - 1977*
  3. James Mirrlees[292] (Prof) - 1996*
  4. Richard Stone[294] (Prof) - 1984*
  1. Angus Deaton[291] (Overseas Fel, Churchill) - 2015
  2. Douglass North[296] (Pitt Prof) - 1993
  3. Eric Maskin[139] (Res Fel, Jesus) - 2007
  4. Milton Friedman[297] (Fulbright Sch) - 1976
  5. James Mirrlees[292] (Lect) - 1996
  6. John Hicks[298] (Lect) - 1972
  7. Joseph Stiglitz[293] (Tapp Res Fel) - 2001
  8. Kenneth Arrow[152] (Overseas Fel, Churchill) - 1972
  9. Oliver S. Hart[153] (Lect) - 2016
  10. Peter Diamond[165] (Overseas Fel, Churchill) - 2010
  11. Robert Fogel[155] (Pitt Prof) - 1993
Literature
  1. Bertrand Russell[171] (B.A) - 1950
  2. Patrick White[299] (B.A) - 1973
  1. Joseph Brodsky[300][301] (Poet-in-Residence) - 1987
  2. Mario Vargas Llosa[302] (Simón Bolívar Prof) - 2010
  3. Octavio Paz[302] (Simón Bolívar Prof) - 1990
  4. Bertrand Russell[171] (Lect) - 1950
Peace
  1. Austen Chamberlain[303] (B.A, M.A) - 1925
  2. Philip Noel-Baker[304] (B.A, M.A) - 1959
  1. Kim Dae-jung[305][306] (Vis Fel, Clare Hall) - 2000

University of California, Berkeley (3rd)Edit

Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
University of California, Berkeley, United States
Total: 104 (Univ Count: 47)[307]
Notes: 1) The University Count of UC Berkeley only includes alumni, current faculty members, and deceased faculty who retired at Berkeley, once per person.

2) Affiliates of Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL) before 1971 are included in the following list.[Note 2][308][309][310][311][312][313][314]

3) Affiliates of Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) from 1947 to 1952 are included in the following list; war-time affiliates (Manhattan project) are excluded.[Note 3][315][316][317][318][319]

4) The "Charles M. and Martha Hitchcock Lectureship" is an award/honor-based visiting position without employment-level duty.[320][Note 4]

5) The "Visiting Miller Professorship" is an award/honor-based visiting position which requires research duty.[5]

6) Summer visitors not qualified as affiliates include: Ernest Rutherford (1901 summer school),[321] Svante A. Arrhenius (1904 summer school),[322] William Ramsay (1904 summer school),[323] Hans Bethe (1942 summer researcher),[324] Joshua Lederberg (1950 summer researcher),[325] George Wald (1956 summer researcher),[118] James Heckman (1974 summer researcher).[326]

7) The following Nobel laureates have unclear affiliations with UC Berkeley and are not included for now: Irwin A. Rose.[327][328]

Physics
  1. Barry Barish[329] (B.A, PhD) - 2017
  2. David Gross[44] (PhD) - 2004
  3. David Wineland[23] (B.S) - 2012
  4. John C. Mather[330] (PhD) - 2006
  5. Owen Chamberlain[331] (Grad Atten) - 1959
  6. Robert Laughlin[332] (B.S) - 1998
  7. Saul Perlmutter[34] (PhD) - 2011
  8. Steven Chu[333] (PhD) - 1997
  9. Willis Lamb[334] (B.S, PhD) - 1955
  1. Arthur Compton[335][336] (Prof) - 1927
  2. Charles Townes[337] (Prof) - 1964
  3. Donald Glaser[338] (Prof) - 1960*
  4. Emilio Segrè[339] (Prof) - 1959*
  5. Ernest Lawrence[340] (Prof) - 1939*
  6. Frederick Reines[341] (LANL Res Leader) - 1995
  7. George Smoot[342] (Prof) - 2006*
  8. Luis W. Alvarez[343] (Prof) - 1968*
  9. Owen Chamberlain[331] (Prof) - 1959*
  10. Saul Perlmutter[34] (Prof) - 2011*
  11. Sheldon Glashow[35] (Assoc Prof) - 1979
  12. Steven Chu[333] (Prof) - 1997
  13. Steven Weinberg[344] (Prof) - 1979
  1. Adam Riess[20] (Miller Fel) - 2011
  2. Barry Barish[329] (Res Fel) - 2017
  3. Ben Mottelson[21] (Vis Prof) - 1975
  4. David Thouless[203][345] (PSD) - 2016
  5. Felix Bloch[346][347] (Res) - 1952
  6. Jack Steinberger[348] (Res Asst) - 1988
  7. James Cronin[349] (Res) - 1980
  8. Hans D. Jensen[350][351] (Vis Prof) - 1963
  9. Julian Schwinger[37] (PSD) - 1965
  10. Leon Cooper[352] (LBNL Vis Prof) - 1972
  11. Nico Bloembergen[30][353] (Vis Prof) - 1981
  12. Otto Stern[354] (Vis Prof) - 1943
  13. Pierre de Gennes[355][356] (PSD) - 1991
  14. Richard E. Taylor[357] (LBNL Res) - 1990
  15. Steven Chu[333] (PSD) - 1997
  16. T. D. Lee[358] (Res Assoc) - 1957
Chemistry
  1. Alan Heeger[359] (PhD) - 2000
  2. Glenn Seaborg[360] (PhD) - 1951
  3. Harold Urey[361] (PhD) - 1934
  4. Henry Taube[362] (PhD) - 1983
  5. Kary Mullis[363] (PhD) - 1993
  6. Mario Molina[364] (PhD) - 1995
  7. Robert Curl[83] (PhD) - 1996
  8. Thomas Cech[365] (PhD) - 1989
  9. Willard Libby[366] (B.S, PhD) - 1960
  10. William Giauque[367] (B.S, PhD) - 1949
  11. Y. T. Lee[92] (PhD) 1986
  1. Dudley Herschbach[55] (Prof) - 1986
  2. Edwin McMillan[368] (Prof) - 1951*
  3. Eric Betzig[369] (Prof) - 2014
  4. Glenn Seaborg[360] (Prof) - 1951*
  5. John H. Northrop[370] (Prof) - 1946
  6. Melvin Calvin[371] (Prof) - 1961*
  7. Paul Modrich[372] (Asst Prof) - 2015
  8. Roger Tsien[63] (Prof) - 2008
  9. Thomas Steitz[373] (Asst Prof) - 2009
  10. Wendell Stanley[374] (Prof) - 1946
  11. William Giauque[367] (Prof) - 1949*
  12. Willard Libby[366] (Assoc Prof) - 1960
  13. Y. T. Lee[92] (Prof) - 1986*
  1. Ahmed Zewail[375] (PSD) - 1999
  2. Aziz Sancar[376] (Vis Miller Prof) - 2015
  3. Dudley Herschbach[376] (Vis Miller Prof) - 1986
  4. Edwin McMillan[368] (NRC Fel) - 1951
  5. Geoffrey Wilkinson[72] (Res) - 1973
  6. Gerhard Ertl[377] (Vis Prof) - 2007
  7. Henry Taube[362] (Inst) - 1983
  8. Jaroslav Heyrovský[378][379] (Carnegie Vis Prof) - 1959
  9. Joachim Frank[253] (PSD) - 2017
  10. Kary Mullis[363] (Lect) - 1993
  11. Kurt Wüthrich[380] (PSD & Vis Miller Prof) - 2002
  12. Linus Pauling[381] (Vis Lect) - 1954
  13. Mario Molina[364] (PSD) - 1995
  14. Richard Henderson[244] (Vis Miller Prof) - 2017
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Andrew Fire[382] (B.A) - 2006
  2. Carol Greider[383] (PhD) - 2009
  3. Hamilton O. Smith[384] (B.A) - 1978
  4. Joseph Erlanger[385] (B.S) - 1944
  5. Selman Waksman[386] (PhD) - 1952
  1. Elizabeth Blackburn[268] (Prof) - 2009
  2. George Whipple[387][388] (Prof) - 1934
  3. Randy Schekman[389] (Prof) - 2013*
  4. Stanley Prusiner[390] (Prof) - 1997*
  1. Allan Cormack[391] (Vis Res) - 1970
  2. Arthur Kornberg[392][393] (Vis Res) - 1959
  3. Maurice Wilkins[273] (Res) - 1962
  4. Richard J. Roberts[135] (Vis Miller Prof) - 1980
  5. Sydney Brenner[394] (PSD) - 2002
  6. Thomas H. Morgan[395][396] (Vis Res) - 1933
  7. Werner Arber[397] (Lect & Vis Miller Prof) - 1978
Economics
  1. Christopher Sims[138] (Grad Atten) - 2011
  2. Daniel Kahneman[159] (PhD) - 2002
  3. Douglass North[296] (B.A, PhD) - 1993
  4. Lawrence Klein[398] (B.A) - 1980
  5. Robert Lucas Jr[399] (Grad Atten) - 1995
  6. Thomas Sargent[147] (B.A) - 2011
  7. Thomas Schelling[148] (B.A) - 2005
  8. William F. Sharpe[400] (UG Atten) - 1990
  1. Daniel Kahneman[159] (Prof) - 2002
  2. Daniel McFadden[401] (Prof) - 2000*
  3. George Akerlof[402] (Prof) - 2001*
  4. Gérard Debreu[403] (Prof) - 1983*
  5. John Harsanyi[404] (Prof) - 1994*
  6. Oliver Williamson[164] (Prof) - 2009*
  7. Peter Diamond[165] (Prof) - 2010
  1. Amartya Sen[151] (Vis Prof) - 1998
  2. Bertil Ohlin[405][406] (Vis Prof) - 1977
  3. Chris Pissarides[158] (Vis) - 2010
  4. Herbert A. Simon[407] (Res Director) - 1978
  5. James Mirrlees[292] (Vis Prof) - 1996
  6. James Tobin[408] (Ford Vis Res Prof) - 1981
  7. Lawrence Klein[409] (Ford Vis Res Prof) - 1980
  8. Leonid Hurwicz[163][410] (Vis Prof) - 2007
  9. Oliver Williamson[164] (Vis Prof) - 2009
  10. Reinhard Selten[411] (Vis Prof) - 1994
  11. Robert Aumann[412] (Ford Vis Res Prof) - 2005
Literature
  1. Czeslaw Milosz[413] (Prof) - 1980*
  1. Octavio Paz[414][415] (Guggenheim Fel) - 1990
  2. Seamus Heaney[416] (Vis Lect) - 1995
Peace
  1. Linus Pauling[381] (Vis Lect) - 1962

University of Chicago (4th)Edit

Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
University of Chicago, United States
Total: 97 (Univ Count: 90)[417]
Notes: 1) Affiliates of Marine Biological Laboratory starting 1 July 2013 are included in the list (e.g., Eric Betzig was a lecturer from 1 to 10 May 2013, and is thus not included).[418]

2) Affiliates of Argonne National Laboratory (since 1946) are included in the list.[352][419][Note 5]

3) Affiliates of Fermilab are not included in this list, for Fermilab is managed by Fermi Research Alliance LLC (since 2007), a partnership of the UChicago and Universities Research Association, a consortium of 89 research universities.[420]

3) Affiliates of Cowles Foundation by 1955 are included in the list.[421]

4) Summer visitors not qualified as affiliates include: Max Born (1912 summer school),[422][423] Hermann J. Muller (1925 summer school & civilian advisor in Manhattan project),[424][425] Jacobus Hoff (1901 summer lecturer).[426]

5) T. S. Eliot was a visiting lecturer to the Committee on Social Thought in 1950, and he only gave four public lectures on "Education".[427][428][429] He is thus excluded from this list.

Physics
  1. Clinton Davisson[430] (B.S) - 1937
  2. C. N. Yang[431] (PhD) - 1957
  3. Daniel Tsui[432] (PhD) - 1998
  4. Ernest Lawrence[340] (Grad Atten) - 1939
  5. Frank Wilczek[46] (B.S) - 2004
  6. George E. Smith[433] (PhD) - 2009
  7. Jack Steinberger[348] (B.S, PhD) - 1988
  8. James Cronin[434] (M.S, PhD) - 1980
  9. Jerome I. Friedman[435] (B.A, PhD) - 1990
  10. Luis W. Alvarez[343] (B.S, M.S, PhD) - 1968
  11. Owen Chamberlain[331] (PhD) - 1959
  12. T. D. Lee[358] (PhD) - 1957
  1. Albert Michelson[436] (Prof) - 1907*
  2. Alexei A. Abrikosov[437] (Argonne) - 2003
  3. Arthur Compton[223] (Prof) - 1927*
  4. Enrico Fermi[438] (Prof) - 1938
  5. James Cronin[434] (Prof) - 1980*
  6. James Franck[439] (Prof) - 1925
  7. John Schrieffer[440] (Asst Prof) - 1972
  8. Leon Lederman[441] (Prof) - 1988
  9. Masatoshi Koshiba[442] (Assoc Prof) - 2002
  10. Maria Mayer[443] (Prof) - 1963
  11. Murray Gell-Mann[229] (Assoc Prof) - 1969
  12. Robert Millikan[444] (Prof) - 1923
  13. Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar[219] (Prof) - 1983*
  14. Yoichiro Nambu[445] (Prof) - 2008*
  1. C. N. Yang[431] (Inst) - 1957
  2. Eugene Wigner[446] (Res) - 1963
  3. Hans Bethe[225] (Res) - 1967
  4. Julian Schwinger[37] (Res) - 1965
  5. Kip Thorne[447] (Vis Assoc Prof) - 2017
  6. Luis W. Alvarez[343] (Res) - 1968
  7. Masatoshi Koshiba[442] (Res Assoc) - 2002
  8. Norman Ramsey[38] (Vis Prof) - 1989
  9. Peter Grünberg[448] (Argonne Vis) - 2007
  10. Werner Heisenberg[449] (Res) - 1932
Chemistry
  1. Frank Rowland[450] (M.S, PhD) - 1995
  2. Herbert C. Brown[451] (B.S, PhD) - 1979
  3. Irwin Rose[452] (B.S, PhD) - 2004
  4. Robert Mulliken[85] (PhD) - 1966
  1. Gerhard Herzberg[453] (Prof) - 1971
  2. Harold Urey[361] (Prof) - 1934
  3. Henry Taube[362] (Prof) - 1983
  4. Ilya Prigogine[454] (Prof) - 1977
  5. Paul Crutzen[455] (Prof) - 1995
  6. Willard Libby[366] (Prof) - 1960
  7. Y. T. Lee[92] (Prof) - 1986
  1. Ada Yonath[456] (Vis Sci) - 2009
  2. Glenn Seaborg[360] (Res) - 1951
  3. Herbert C. Brown[451] (Inst) - 1979
  4. Jerome Karle[57][457] (Res) - 1985
  5. Karl Ziegler[458] (Vis Prof) - 1963
  6. Lord Todd[459][460] (Vis Prof) - 1957
  7. Richard Smalley[461] (PSD) - 1996
  8. Robert Mulliken[85] (NRC Fel) - 1966
  9. William H. Stein[69] (Vis Prof) - 1972
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Bruce Beutler[462] (M.D) - 2011
  2. Edward Tatum[463][464] (UG Atten) - 1958
  3. James Watson[120] (B.A) - 1962
  4. Roger Sperry[136] (PhD) - 1981
  1. Charles Huggins[93] (Prof) - 1966*
  2. George Beadle[117] (Prof) - 1958
  3. Konrad Bloch[121] (Prof) - 1964
  4. Roger Sperry[136] (Assoc Prof) - 1981
  1. Alexis Carrel[465] (Res) - 1912
  2. Edward Doisy[466] (Lect) - 1943
  3. George Wald[118] (NRC Fel) - 1967
  4. John C. Eccles[466] (Res) - 1963
Economics
  1. Eugene Fama[467] (M.B.A, PhD) - 2013
  2. Gary Becker[468] (M.A, PhD) - 1992
  3. George Stigler[469] (PhD) - 1982
  4. Harry Markowitz[470] (Ph.B, M.A, PhD) - 1990
  5. Herbert A. Simon[407] (B.A, PhD) - 1978
  6. James M. Buchanan[471] (PhD) - 1986
  7. Milton Friedman[297] (M.A) - 1976
  8. Myron Scholes[472] (M.B.A, PhD) - 1997
  9. Paul Samuelson[144] (B.A) - 1970
  10. Robert Lucas Jr.[473] (B.A, PhD) - 1995
  1. Edward Prescott[474] (Prof) - 2004
  2. Eugene Fama[467] (Prof) - 2013*
  3. Friedrich Hayek[475] (Prof) - 1974
  4. Gary Becker[468] (Prof) - 1992*
  5. George Stigler[469] (Prof) - 1982*
  6. James Heckman[476] (Prof) - 2000*
  7. Kenneth Arrow[152] (Asst Prof) - 1972
  8. Lars P. Hansen[162] (Prof) - 2013*
  9. Merton Miller[142] (Prof) - 1990*
  10. Milton Friedman[297] (Prof) - 1976*
  11. Richard Thaler[477] (Prof) - 2017*
  12. Robert Fogel[155] (Prof) - 1993*
  13. Robert Mundell[478] (Prof) - 1999
  14. Robert Lucas Jr[473] (Prof) - 1995*
  15. Roger Myerson[146] (Prof) - 2007*
  16. Ronald Coase[479] (Prof) - 1991*
  17. Theodore Schultz[480] (Prof) - 1979*
  18. Thomas Sargent[147] (Prof) - 2011
  1. Bengt Holmström[481] (Vis Prof) - 2016
  2. Daniel McFadden[401] (Vis Assoc Prof) - 2000
  3. Edward Prescott[474] (Vis Prof) - 2004
  4. Franco Modigliani[421] (Res Assoc) - 1985
  5. Gary Becker[468] (Ford Vis Prof) - 1992
  6. Gérard Debreu[403] (Res Assoc) - 1983
  7. Lawrence Klein[398] (Res) - 1980
  8. Leonid Hurwicz[163] (Res Assoc) - 2007
  9. Robert Fogel[155] (Ford Vis Prof) - 1993
  10. Robert Mundell[482] (Ford Vis Prof) - 1999
  11. Robert Lucas Jr[473] (Ford Vis Prof) - 1995
  12. Thomas Sargent[147] (Vis Prof) - 2011
  13. Tjalling Koopmans[483] (Res) - 1975
  14. Trygve Haavelmo[484] (Res) - 1989
Literature
  1. Saul Bellow[485] (UG Atten) - 1976
  1. Saul Bellow[485] (Prof) - 1976*
  1. Bertrand Russell[171] (Vis Prof) - 1950
  2. J. M. Coetzee[486] (Vis Prof) - 2003
Peace
  1. Emily Balch[487][488] (Grad Atten) - 1946
  1. Barack Obama[489] (Sr. Lect) - 2009

Columbia University (5th)Edit

Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
Columbia University, United States
Total: 95 (Univ Count: 83)[490]
Notes: 1) Affiliates of Barnard College after 1900 (inclusive) and affiliates of Bard College by 1944 are included in the following list.[491][492]

2) The "Ingeborg Rennert Professorship" and "Global Fellowship" are award/honor-based visiting positions without employment-level duties.[493][494]

3) The "Earnest Kempton Adams (EKA) Lectureship" is an award/honor-based visiting position without employment-level duties. The EKA Fund was established in 1904, enabling Columbia to invite scientists to give a series of public lectures.[495][496][497][Note 6]

4) The University Count of Columbia does not include attendees (2 in total), 2 professors (Martin Karplus and James Rothman), 4 visiting professors (Daniel Tsui, Emilio Segrè, Hans Bethe, and William Shockley), and Barnard College affiliates & Nobel Peace Prize winners who were short-term academic staff (4 in total).

Physics
  1. Arno Penzias[43] (M.A, PhD) - 1978
  2. Isidor Rabi[498] (PhD) - 1944
  3. James Rainwater[499] (M.A, PhD) - 1975
  4. Julian Schwinger[37] (B.A, PhD) - 1965
  5. Leon Cooper[500] (B.A, M.A, PhD) - 1972
  6. Leon Lederman[441] (M.A, PhD) - 1988
  7. Martin Perl[501] (PhD) - 1995
  8. Melvin Schwartz[502] (B.A, PhD) - 1988
  9. Norman Ramsey[38] (B.A, PhD) - 1989
  10. Robert Millikan[444] (PhD) - 1923
  11. Val Fitch[503] (PhD) - 1980
  1. Charles Townes[337] (Prof) - 1964
  2. Enrico Fermi[438] (Prof) - 1938
  3. Hideki Yukawa[504] (Prof) - 1949*
  4. Horst Störmer[505] (Prof) - 1998*
  5. Isidor Rabi[498] (Prof) - 1944*
  6. Jack Steinberger[348] (Prof) - 1988
  7. James Rainwater[499] (Prof) - 1975*
  8. Leon Lederman[441] (Prof) - 1988
  9. Melvin Schwartz[502] (Prof) - 1988
  10. Norman Ramsey[38] (Assoc Prof) - 1989
  11. Polykarp Kusch[506] (Prof) - 1955*
  12. Samuel Ting[507] (Asst Prof) - 1976
  13. T. D. Lee[358] (Prof) - 1957*
  14. Willis Lamb[334] (Prof) - 1955
  1. Aage Bohr[508] (Vis Fel) - 1975
  2. Arthur Schawlow[509] (Vis Assoc Prof) - 1981
  3. Carlo Rubbia[36] (PSD) - 1984
  4. Daniel Tsui[510] (Adj Sci) - 1998
  5. Emilio Segrè[511][512] (Vis) - 1959
  6. Hans Bethe[225][513] (Vis Prof) - 1967
  7. John C. Mather[330] (Lect) - 2006
  8. Leon Lederman[441] (Res Assoc) - 1988
  9. Maria Mayer[443] (Res) - 1963
  10. Murray Gell-Mann[229] (Vis Assoc Prof) - 1969
  11. Steven Weinberg[344] (Inst) - 1979
  12. Walter Brattain[52] (Res) - 1956
  13. William Shockley[514] (Res Director) - 1956
Chemistry
  1. Herbert Hauptman[515] (M.A) - 1985
  2. Irving Langmuir[516] (B.S) - 1932
  3. John H. Northrop[370] (B.S, M.A, PhD) - 1946
  4. Roald Hoffmann[61] (B.A) - 1981
  5. Robert Grubbs[517] (PhD) - 1968
  6. Robert Lefkowitz[518] (B.A, M.D) - 2012
  7. Sidney Altman[519] (Grad Atten) - 1989
  8. William H. Stein[69] (PhD) - 1972
  9. William S. Knowles[70] (PhD) - 2001
  1. Harold Urey[361] (Prof) - 1934*
  2. Joachim Frank[253] (Prof) - 2017*
  3. Martin Chalfie[58] (Prof) - 2008*
  4. Martin Karplus[520] (Prof) - 2013
  1. Luis Leloir[256] (Res) - 1970
  2. Willard Libby[366] (Res) - 1960
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Baruch Blumberg[521] (M.D) - 1976
  2. Baruj Benacerraf[113] (B.S) - 1980
  3. Dickinson Richards[522] (M.D) - 1956
  4. Edward C. Kendall[523] (B.S, M.S, PhD) - 1950
  5. George Wald[118] (PhD) - 1967
  6. Harold Varmus[103] (M.D) - 1989
  7. Hermann J. Muller[424][524] (B.A, M.A, PhD) - 1946
  8. Joshua Lederberg[525] (B.A) - 1958
  9. Konrad Bloch[121] (PhD) - 1964
  10. Konrad Lorenz[526] (UG Atten) - 1973
  11. Louis Ignarro[527] (B.A) - 1998
  12. Richard Axel[528] (B.A) - 2004
  1. André Cournand[529] (Prof) - 1956*
  2. Dickinson Richards[522] (Prof) - 1956*
  3. Eric Kandel[530] (Prof) - 2000*
  4. James Rothman[104] (Prof - 2013
  5. Richard Axel[528] (Prof) - 2004*
  6. Thomas H. Morgan[531] (Prof) - 1933
  1. Baruch Blumberg[521] (Med Resident) - 1976
  2. Baruj Benacerraf[113] (Res) - 1980
  3. Carleton Gajdusek[95] (Med Resident) - 1976
  4. Daniel Nathans[532] (Med Resident) - 1978
  5. Donnall Thomas[96] (Res) - 1990
  6. Hermann J. Muller[424] (Inst) - 1946
  7. Joshua Lederberg[533] (Res Asst) - 1958
  8. Konrad Bloch[534] (Inst) - 1964
  9. Linda Buck[122] (PSD) - 2004
  10. Salvador Luria[535] (Res Asst) - 1969
  11. Sune Bergström[536] (Res Fel) - 1982
Economics
  1. Alvin Roth[150] (B.S) - 2012
  2. Kenneth Arrow[152] (M.A, PhD) - 1972
  3. Milton Friedman[297] (PhD) - 1976
  4. Robert Fogel[155] (M.A) - 1993
  5. Robert C. Merton[154] (B.S) - 1997
  6. Simon Kuznets[156] (B.S, M.A, PhD) - 1971
  7. William Vickrey[537] (M.A, PhD) - 1996
  1. Edmund Phelps[538] (Prof) - 2006*
  2. Gary Becker[468] (Prof) - 1992
  3. George Stigler[469] (Prof) - 1982
  4. James Heckman[476] (Assoc Prof) - 2000
  5. Joseph Stiglitz[293] (Prof) - 2001*
  6. Robert Mundell[478] (Prof) - 1999*
  7. William Vickrey[537] (Prof) - 1996*
  1. Franco Modigliani[539] (Inst, Bard) - 1985
  2. Joseph Stiglitz[293] (Stern Vis Prof) - 2001
  3. Milton Friedman[297] (Vis Prof) - 1976
  4. Robert Solow[145] (Res Fel) - 1987
Literature
  1. Orhan Pamuk[540] (Prof) - 2006
  1. Derek Walcott[541] (Vis Prof) - 1992
  2. Gabriela Mistral[542] (Vis Prof, Barnard) - 1945
  3. Joseph Brodsky[541] (Vis Prof) - 1987
  4. Nadine Gordimer[543] (Adj Prof) - 1991
  5. Orhan Pamuk[540] (Vis Sch) - 2006
Peace
  1. Barack Obama[180] (B.A) - 2009
  2. Nicholas Butler[544] (B.A, M.A, PhD) - 1931
  3. Theodore Roosevelt[545] (Law Atten) - 1906
  1. Nicholas Butler[544] (Prof) - 1931
  1. Al Gore[546] (Vis Prof) - 2007
  2. Leymah Gbowee[547] (Fel, Barnard) - 2011
  3. Liu Xiaobo[548] (Vis Sch) - 2010

Massachusetts Institute of Technology (6th)Edit

Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, United States
Total: 91
Notes: 1) According to the official Nobel biography, Mario Capecchi was on a "work-study program" of Antioch College and as an undergraduate of Antioch he spent several quarters at MIT.[549] This program is not a degree program and is equivalent to a student-exchange program. Thus, Mario Capecchi is not included in the following list.

2) Paul Greengard, being an electronics technician at MIT during World War II, is not included in this list since he did not hold any academic position.[550]

3) The "Arthur D. Little Visiting Professorship/Lectureship" at the MIT Chemistry Department is an award/honor-based position without employment-level duty.[551][552][Note 7]

Physics
  1. Adam Riess[20] (B.S) - 2011
  2. Burton Richter[553] (B.S, PhD) - 1976
  3. Carl Wieman[554] (B.S) - 2001
  4. Eric Cornell[15] (PhD) - 2001
  5. George Smoot[342] (B.S, PhD) - 2006
  6. Henry W. Kendall[555] (PhD) - 1990
  7. John Schrieffer[440] (B.S) - 1972
  8. Murray Gell-Mann[229] (PhD) - 1969
  9. Rainer Weiss[556] (B.S., PhD) - 2017
  10. Richard Feynman[557] (B.S) - 1965
  11. Robert Laughlin[332] (PhD) - 1998
  12. William Shockley[558] (PhD) - 1956
  13. William D. Phillips[559] (PhD) - 1997
  1. Charles Townes[337] (Prof) - 1964*
  2. Clifford Shull[560] (Prof) - 1994*
  3. Frank Wilczek[46] (Prof) - 2004*
  4. Henry W. Kendall[555] (Prof) - 1990*
  5. Jerome I. Friedman[435] (Prof) - 1990*
  6. Rainer Weiss[556] (Prof) - 2017*
  7. Samuel Ting[507] (Prof) - 1976*
  8. Steven Weinberg[344] (Prof) - 1979
  9. Wolfgang Ketterle[561] (Prof) - 2001*
  1. Claude Cohen-Tannoudji[562] (Vis Prof) - 1997
  2. Daniel Tsui[563] (Vis Res) - 1998
  3. Donald Glaser[564][565] (Vis Prof) - 1960
  4. Edward M. Purcell[26] (Res) - 1952
  5. Hans Bethe[225] (Vis Prof) - 1967
  6. Horst Störmer[563] (Vis Res) - 1998
  7. Isidor Rabi[498] (Res) - 1944
  8. Jack Steinberger[348] (Res) - 1988
  9. Julian Schwinger[37] (Res) - 1965
  10. Luis W. Alvarez[343] (Res) - 1968
  11. Murray Gell-Mann[229] (Vis Prof) - 1969
  12. Norman Ramsey[38] (Res Assoc) - 1989
  13. Serge Haroche[51] (Lect) - 2012
  14. Sheldon Glashow[35] (Vis Prof) - 1979
  15. Steven Weinberg[41] (Vis Prof) - 1979
  16. William A. Fowler[231][566] (Vis Prof) - 1983
  17. William D. Phillips[559] (PSD) - 1997
  18. Willis Lamb[334] (Res) - 1955
Chemistry
  1. Charles Pedersen[567] (M.S) - 1987
  2. Elias Corey[71] (B.S, PhD) - 1990
  3. Paul Modrich[372] (B.S) - 2015
  4. Robert Mulliken[85] (B.S) - 1966
  5. Robert B. Woodward[74] (B.S, PhD) - 1965
  6. Sidney Altman[519] (B.S) - 1989
  1. Barry Sharpless[78] (Prof) - 2001
  2. Mario Molina[364] (Prof) - 1995*
  3. Richard Schrock[60] (Prof) - 2005*
  1. Aaron Ciechanover[76] (PSD) - 2004
  2. Ada Yonath[456] (PSD) - 2009
  3. Edwin McMillan[368] (Res) - 1951
  4. Geoffrey Wilkinson[72] (Res Assoc) - 1951
  5. Peter Debye[568][569] (Res) - 1936
  6. Thomas Cech[365] (PSD) - 1989
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Andrew Fire[382] (PhD) - 2006
  2. David Baltimore[570] (Grad Atten) - 1975
  3. Leland Hartwell[571] (PhD) - 2001
  4. Michael Rosbash[572] (PhD) - 2017
  5. Robert Horvitz[110] (B.S) - 2002
  1. David Baltimore[570] (Prof) - 1975*
  2. Gobind Khorana[287] (Prof) - 1968
  3. Robert Horvitz[110] (Prof) - 2002*
  4. Phillip Sharp[573] (Prof) - 1993*
  5. Salvador Luria[535] (Prof) - 1969*
  6. Susumu Tonegawa[574] (Prof) - 1987*
  1. Donnall Thomas[96] (PSD) - 1990
  2. James Rothman[104] (PSD) - 2013
  3. Werner Arber[397][575] (Vis Res) - 1978
Economics
  1. George Akerlof[402] (PhD) - 2001
  2. Jean Tirole[161] (PhD) - 2014
  3. Joseph Stiglitz[293] (PhD) - 2001
  4. Lawrence Klein[398] (PhD) - 1980
  5. Oliver Williamson[164] (B.S) - 2009
  6. Paul Krugman[576] (PhD) - 2008
  7. Peter Diamond[165] (PhD) - 2010
  8. Robert Aumann[412] (M.S, PhD) - 2005
  9. Robert Mundell[478] (PhD) - 1999
  10. Robert Shiller[166] (M.S, PhD) - 2013
  11. Robert C. Merton[154] (PhD) - 1997
  1. Bengt Holmström[481] (Prof) - 2016*
  2. Daniel McFadden[401] (Prof) - 2000
  3. Eric Maskin[139] (Prof) - 2007
  4. Franco Modigliani[539] (Prof) - 1985*
  5. Jean Tirole[161] (Prof) - 2014
  6. John F. Nash[577] (Prof) - 1994
  7. Joseph Stiglitz[293] (Asst Prof) - 2001
  8. Myron Scholes[472] (Prof) - 1997
  9. Oliver S. Hart[153] (Prof) - 2016
  10. Paul Krugman[576] (Prof) - 2008
  11. Paul Samuelson[144] (Prof) - 1970*
  12. Peter Diamond[165] (Prof) - 2010*
  13. Robert Engle[578] (Assoc Prof) - 2003
  14. Robert Solow[145] (Prof) - 1987*
  15. Robert C. Merton[154] (Prof) - 1997
  1. Amartya Sen[151] (Vis Asst Prof) - 1998
  2. Christopher Sims[138] (Vis Prof) - 2011
  3. Edmund Phelps[538] (Vis Assoc Prof) - 2006
  4. Franco Modigliani[539] (Vis Prof) - 1985
  5. James Mirrlees[292] (Vis Prof) - 1996
  6. Jean Tirole[161] (Vis Prof) - 2014
  7. Lars P. Hansen[162] (Vis Prof) - 2013
  8. Leonid Hurwicz[163] (Res Asst) - 2007
  9. Paul Krugman[576] (Vis Asst Prof) - 2008
  10. Richard Thaler[477] (Vis Prof) - 2017
  11. Robert Shiller[166] (Vis Prof) - 2013
Peace
  1. Kofi Annan[579] (M.S) - 2001

Stanford University (7th)Edit

Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
Stanford University, United States
Total: 81 (Univ Count: 49)[580]
Notes: 1) Affiliates of Stanford Linear Accelerator Center (1962-2008) and SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory (2008- ) are included in this list.[581][582]

2) Affiliates of Hoover Institution are included in the list.[583]

Physics
  1. Carl Wieman[554] (PhD) - 2001
  2. Eric Cornell[15] (B.S) - 2001
  3. Richard E. Taylor[357] (PhD) - 1990
  1. Arthur Schawlow[509] (Prof) - 1981*
  2. Burton Richter[553] (Prof) - 1976*
  3. Carl Wieman[584] (Prof) - 2001
  4. Douglas Osheroff[585] (Prof) - 1996*
  5. Felix Bloch[45] (Prof) - 1952*
  6. Henry W. Kendall[555] (Asst Prof) - 1990
  7. Martin Perl[501] (Prof) - 1995*
  8. Melvin Schwartz[502] (Prof) - 1988
  9. Richard E. Taylor[357] (Prof) - 1990*
  10. Robert Hofstadter[586] (Prof) - 1961*
  11. Robert Laughlin[332] (Prof) - 1998*
  12. Sheldon Glashow[35] (Asst Prof) - 1979
  13. Steven Chu[333] (Prof) - 1997*
  14. Theodor Hänsch[587] (Prof) - 2005
  15. William Shockley[558] (Prof) - 1956
  16. Willis Lamb[334] (Prof) - 1955*
  1. Gerard 't Hooft[47] (SLAC Vis) - 1999
  2. Gerd Binnig[588] (Vis Prof) - 1986
  3. Henry W. Kendall[555] (Res Assoc) - 1990
  4. Jerome I. Friedman[435] (Res Assoc) - 1990
  5. John van Vleck[27] (Vis Prof) - 1977
  6. Kenneth G. Wilson[29] (SLAC Res) - 1982
  7. Martinus Veltman[589] (SLAC Vis) - 1999
  8. Polykarp Kusch[506] (Fel) - 1955
  9. Serge Haroche[51] (PSD) - 2012
  10. Steven Weinberg[41] (Vis Prof) - 1979
Chemistry
  1. Barry Sharpless[78] (PhD) - 2001
  2. Dudley Herschbach[55] (B.S, M.S) - 1986
  3. Paul Modrich[372] (PhD) - 2015
  4. Roger Kornberg[62] (PhD) - 2006
  1. Barry Sharpless[78] (Prof) - 2001
  2. Brian Kobilka[590] (Prof) - 2012*
  3. Henry Taube[362] (Prof) - 1983*
  4. Linus Pauling[591] (Prof) - 1954
  5. Michael Levitt[242] (Prof) - 2013*
  6. Paul Berg[592] (Prof) - 1980*
  7. Paul Flory[593] (Prof) - 1974*
  8. Roger Kornberg[62] (Prof) - 2006*
  9. William Moerner[90] (Prof) - 2014*
  1. Barry Sharpless[78] (PSD) - 2001
  2. Paul D. Boyer[594] (Res) - 1997
  3. Robert Grubbs[517] (PSD) - 2005
Physiological or Medicine
  1. Randy Schekman[389] (PhD) - 2013
  1. Andrew Fire[382] (Prof) - 2006*
  2. Arthur Kornberg[595] (Prof) - 1959*
  3. Edward Tatum[463] (Prof) - 1958
  4. Ferid Murad[596] (Prof) - 1998
  5. George Beadle[117] (Prof) - 1958
  6. James Rothman[104] (Prof) - 2013
  7. Joshua Lederberg[525] (Prof) - 1958
  8. Thomas Südhof[597] (Prof) - 2013*
  1. Baruch Blumberg[521] (Vis Prof) - 1976
  2. Edward Tatum[463] (Res Assoc) - 1958
  3. Leland Hartwell[571] (Vis) - 2001
  4. Michael W. Young[598] (PSD) - 2017
  5. Paul Lauterbur[599] (Res) - 2003
  6. Thomas H. Morgan[396][600] (Vis) - 1933
  7. Werner Arber[397][575] (Vis Res) - 1978
Economics
  1. Alvin Roth[150] (M.S, PhD) - 2012
  2. Bengt Holmström[481] (M.S, PhD) - 2016
  3. John Harsanyi[404] (PhD) - 1994
  4. Oliver Williamson[164] (M.B.A) - 2009
  1. Alvin Roth[150] (Prof) - 2012
  2. Douglass North[296] (Hoover) - 1993
  3. Gary Becker[468] (Hoover) - 1992
  4. Joseph Stiglitz[293] (Prof) - 2001
  5. Kenneth Arrow[152] (Prof) - 1972
  6. Michael Spence[143] (Prof) - 2001*
  7. Milton Friedman[297] (Hoover) - 1976
  8. Myron Scholes[472] (Prof) - 1997
  9. Paul Krugman[576] (Prof) - 2008
  10. Robert Mundell[478] (Faculty) - 1999
  11. Thomas Sargent[147] (Prof) - 2011
  12. William F. Sharpe[601] (Prof) - 1990*
  1. Bengt Holmström[481] (Vis Prof) - 2016
  2. Daniel Kahneman[159] (Vis Fel) - 2002
  3. Douglass North[296] (Vis Assoc Prof) - 1993
  4. Finn Kydland[602] (National Fel) - 2004
  5. Friedrich Hayek[475][603] (Vis Prof) - 1974
  6. Jean Tirole[161] (Vis Sch) - 2014
  7. Lars P. Hansen[162] (Vis Prof) - 2013
  8. Leonid Hurwicz[163] (Vis Prof) - 2007
  9. Richard Thaler[477] (Res Fel) - 2017
  10. Robert Aumann[412] (Vis Prof) - 2005
  11. Thomas Sargent[147] (Vis Sch) - 2011
  12. Tjalling Koopmans[483] (Res) - 1975
  13. Vernon L. Smith[149] (Vis Assoc Prof) - 2002
Literature
  1. John Steinbeck[604] (UG Atten) - 1962
  1. J. M. Coetzee[605] (Vis Prof) - 2003
Peace
  1. Linus Pauling[591] (Prof) - 1962

California Institute of Technology (8th)Edit

Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
California Institute of Technology, United States
Total: 72 (Univ Count: 37)[606]
Notes: 1) The University Count of Caltech does not include short-term academic staff.

2) There were a number of Nobel laureates who visited Caltech upon the invitation of Robert Millikan during 1920-30s.[607] Most of these laureates were simply giving public lectures or non-curricular seminars at Caltech and thus are excluded from the list. A few exceptions including Albert Einstein are included below.

3) Affiliates of Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) are included in the following list.[608]

4) The "Sherman Fairchild Distinguished Visiting Scholar" and "Gordon Moore Distinguished Scholar" are award/honor-based visiting positions without employment-level duty.[609][610][Note 8]

5) Summer visitors not qualified as affiliates include: François Jacob (1960 summer researcher),[611] Sydney Brenner (1960 summer researcher).[611][612]

Physics
  1. Arthur B. McDonald[613] (PhD) - 2015
  2. Carl D. Anderson[614] (B.S, PhD) - 1936
  3. Charles Townes[337] (PhD) - 1964
  4. Donald Glaser[338] (PhD) - 1960
  5. Douglas Osheroff[585] (B.S) - 1996
  6. Kenneth G. Wilson[29] (PhD) - 1982
  7. Kip Thorne[615] (B.S) - 2017
  8. James Rainwater[499] (B.S) - 1975
  9. Robert W. Wilson[40] (PhD) - 1978
  10. William Shockley[558] (B.S) - 1956
  11. William A. Fowler[231] (PhD) - 1983
  1. Barry Barish[329] (Prof) - 2017*
  2. Carl D. Anderson[614] (Prof) - 1936*
  3. David Politzer[24] (Prof) - 2004*
  4. Kip Thorne[615] (Prof) - 2017*
  5. Murray Gell-Mann[229] (Prof) - 1969*
  6. Richard Feynman[557] (Prof) - 1965*
  7. Robert Millikan[444] (Prof) - 1923*
  8. Rudolf Mössbauer[616] (Prof) - 1961*
  9. William A. Fowler[231] (Prof) - 1983*
  1. Albert Einstein[607][617] (Vis Prof) - 1921
  2. Albert Michelson[618] (Vis Prof) - 1907
  3. C. V. Raman[619] (Vis Prof) - 1930
  4. Gerard 't Hooft[47][620] (Fairchild Sch) - 1999
  5. Hans Bethe[225] (Vis Prof) - 1967
  6. Hans D. Jensen[350][621] (Vis Prof) - 1963
  7. Hendrik Lorentz[622][623] (Vis Sch) - 1902
  8. Masatoshi Koshiba[442] (Fairchild Sch) - 2002
  9. Nico Bloembergen[624] (Vis Prof) - 1981
  10. Robert W. Wilson[40] (Res Assoc) - 1978
  11. Roy Glauber[33] (Lect) - 2005
  12. Sheldon Glashow[35] (Res Fel) - 1979
  13. Theodor Hänsch[587] (Moore Sch) - 2005
  14. William Shockley[558] (Vis Prof) - 1956
Chemistry
  1. Edwin McMillan[368] (B.S, M.S) - 1951
  2. Eric Betzig[625] (B.S) - 2014
  3. Linus Pauling[626] (PhD) - 1954
  4. Martin Karplus[59] (PhD) - 2013
  5. William Lipscomb[75] (PhD) - 1976
  1. Ahmed Zewail[375] (Prof) - 1999*
  2. Linus Pauling[626] (Prof) - 1954*
  3. Robert Grubbs[517] (Prof) - 2005*
  4. Rudolph Marcus[627] (Prof) - 1992*
  1. Gerhard Ertl[377] (Vis Prof) - 2007
  2. Jaroslav Heyrovský[378][379] (Carnegie Vis Prof) - 1959
  3. Joachim Frank[253] (PSD) - 2017
  4. Kurt Wüthrich[380] (Vis Assoc) - 2002
  5. Lord Todd[249][628] (Vis Prof) - 1957
  6. Mario Molina[364] (JPL Res) - 1995
  7. Richard Schrock[629][630] (Fairchild Sch) - 2005
  8. Thomas Steitz[65][631] (Fairchild Sch) - 2009
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Edward B. Lewis[283] (M.S, PhD) - 1995
  2. Howard Temin[632] (PhD) - 1975
  3. Leland Hartwell[571] (B.S) - 2001
  4. Michael Rosbash[572] (B.S) - 2017
  1. David Baltimore[633] (Prof) - 1975
  2. Edward B. Lewis[283] (Prof) - 1995*
  3. George Beadle[117] (Prof) - 1958*
  4. Max Delbrück[634] (Prof) - 1969*
  5. Renato Dulbecco[635] (Prof) - 1975
  6. Roger Sperry[136] (Prof) - 1981*
  7. Thomas H. Morgan[531] (Prof) - 1933*
  1. Barbara McClintock[636] (Vis Prof) - 1983
  2. Carleton Gajdusek[637] (PSD) - 1976
  3. Erwin Neher[638] (Fairchild Sch) - 1991
  4. George Beadle[117] (NRC Fel) - 1958
  5. Jacques Monod[639][640] (Rockefeller Fel) - 1965
  6. James Watson[120] (Sr. Res Fel) - 1962
  7. Jeffrey C. Hall[641] (PSD) - 2017
  8. John Gurdon[278] (PSD) - 2012
  9. Niels Jerne[642] (Res Fel) - 1984
  10. Phillip Sharp[573] (PSD) - 1993
  11. Robert G. Edwards[280] (PSD) - 2010
  12. Robert W. Holley[643][644] (Guggenheim Fel) - 1968
Economics
  1. Robert C. Merton[154] (M.S) - 1997
  2. Vernon L. Smith[149] (B.S) - 2002
  1. Dale Mortensen[645] (Vis Prof) - 2010
  2. Daniel McFadden[401] (Fairchild Sch) - 2000
  3. Leonid Hurwicz[163] (Vis Prof) - 2007
  4. Lloyd Shapley[141] (Sr. Res Fel) - 2012
  5. Vernon L. Smith[149] (Vis Prof) - 2002
Peace
  1. Linus Pauling[626] (PhD) - 1962
  1. Linus Pauling[626] (Prof) - 1954*, 1962*

University of Oxford (9th)Edit

Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
University of Oxford, United Kingdom
Total: 69 (Univ Count: 51)[646]
Notes: 1) Carrying teaching/research duties, the (official) Fellows at various Colleges of Oxford University are long-term academic staff in the university. On the other hand, various visiting fellowship and honorary fellowships are award/honor-based visiting positions which do not require employment-level duties.

2) The "Sanjay Lall Visiting Professorship" and "Christensen Fellowships" at Oxford are award/honor-based visiting positions without employment-level duty.[647][648]

3) The "George Eastman Visiting Professorship" is an award/honor-based visiting position which requires teaching duties.[649][650]

4) The "Newton Abraham Visiting Professorship" is an award/honor-based visiting position which requires employment-level duties (Fellow at Lincoln College).[651]

5) The University Count of Oxford does not include affiliates who came to Oxford after receiving their Nobel prizes.

Physics
  1. Anthony Leggett[42] (B.A, PhD) - 2003
  2. John M. Kosterlitz[50] (PhD) - 2016
  3. Martin Ryle[221] (B.A, PhD) - 1974
  1. Willis Lamb[334] (Prof) - 1955
  1. Albert Einstein[652][653] (Res Fel) - 1921
  2. Anthony Leggett[42] (Res Assoc) - 2003
  3. Arthur Compton[654][655] (Eastman Vis Prof) - 1927
  4. Arthur B. McDonald[613] (Vis) - 2015
  5. Erwin Schrödinger[656] (Res) - 1933
  6. Frank Wilczek[46] (Vis Prof) - 2004
  7. John van Vleck[27] (Eastman Vis Prof) - 1977
  8. Klaus von Klitzing[657] (Res) - 1985
  9. Norman Ramsey[38] (Eastman Vis Prof) - 1989
  10. Philip W. Anderson[32] (Eastman Vis Prof) - 1977
  11. William D. Phillips[559] (Vis Prof) - 1997
Chemistry
  1. Cyril Hinshelwood[658] (M.A, PhD) - 1956
  2. Dorothy Hodgkin[235] (B.A) - 1964
  3. Frederick Soddy[659] (B.A) - 1921
  4. John Cornforth[660] (PhD) - 1975
  5. John E. Walker[248] (B.A, PhD) - 1997
  6. Lord Todd[249] (PhD) - 1957
  1. Cyril Hinshelwood[658] (Prof) - 1956*
  2. Dorothy Hodgkin[235] (Prof) - 1964*
  3. Frederick Soddy[659] (Prof) - 1921*
  4. Robert Robinson[661] (Prof) - 1947*
  1. Ahmed Zewail[375] (Vis Prof) - 1999
  2. Frederick Soddy[659] (Res) - 1921
  3. Harold Urey[361] (Eastman Vis Prof) - 1934
  4. Jean-Marie Lehn[80] (Newton Abraham Prof) - 1987
  5. Linus Pauling[649] (Eastman Vis Prof) - 1954
  6. Melvin Calvin[655] (Eastman Vis Prof) - 1961
  7. Paul Crutzen[455] (PSD) - 1995
  8. Martin Karplus[59] (PSD) - 2013
  9. Robert Mulliken[85] (Fulbright Sch) - 1966
  10. Rudolph Marcus[627] (Vis Prof) - 1992
  11. Stefan Hell[662] (Vis Sci) - 2014
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Baruch Blumberg[521] (PhD) - 1976
  2. Howard Florey[270] (B.S, M.A) - 1945
  3. John Gurdon[278] (B.S, PhD) - 2012
  4. John Vane[663] (PhD) - 1982
  5. John C. Eccles[664] (PhD) - 1963
  6. Oliver Smithies[665] (B.A, M.A, PhD) - 2007
  7. Peter Medawar[666] (B.S) - 1960
  8. Sydney Brenner[394] (PhD) - 2002
  1. Charles Sherrington[266] (Prof) - 1932*
  2. Hans A. Krebs[288] (Prof) - 1953
  3. Niko Tinbergen[667] (Prof) - 1973*
  4. Paul Nurse[668] (Prof) - 2001
  5. Peter Medawar[666] (Fel, Magdalen) - 1960
  6. Rodney Porter[274] (Prof) - 1972*
  1. Baruch Blumberg[521] (Eastman Vis Prof) - 1976
  2. Ernest Chain[284] (Lect) - 1945*
  3. George Beadle[646] (Eastman Vis Prof) - 1958
  4. John Gurdon[278] (Lect) - 2012
  5. Konrad Bloch[534] (Newton Abraham Prof) - 1964
  6. Peter Medawar[666] (Sr. Res Fel, St John's) - 1960
  7. Ragnar Granit[669] (Rockefeller Fel) - 1967
  8. Severo Ochoa[670] (Res Asst) - 1959
Economics
  1. James Meade[295] (B.A) - 1977
  2. John Hicks[298] (B.A) - 1972
  3. Lawrence Klein[671] (M.A) - 1980
  4. Michael Spence[143] (B.A/M.A) - 2001
  1. Amartya Sen[151] (Prof) - 1998
  2. James Mirrlees[292] (Prof) - 1996
  3. Joseph Stiglitz[293] (Prof) - 2001
  4. Lawrence Klein[398] (Prof) - 1980
  1. James Meade[295] (Lect) - 1977
  2. Joseph Stiglitz[293] (Vis Fel, St. Catherine's) - 2001
  3. Kenneth Arrow[152] (Vis Fel, All Souls) - 1972
  4. Peter Diamond[165](Vis) - 2010
  5. Robert Solow[646] (Eastman Vis Prof) - 1987
Literature
  1. John Galsworthy[672] (LLB) - 1932
  2. T. S. Eliot[168] (Grad Atten) - 1948
  3. V. S. Naipaul[673] (B.A) - 2001
  4. William Golding[674] (B.A) - 1983
  1. Seamus Heaney[416] (Prof) - 1995
Peace
  1. Aung Suu Kyi[675] (B.A) - 1991
  2. Cecil of Chelwood[676] (LLB, M.A) - 1937
  3. Lester Pearson[677] (B.A, M.A) - 1957
  4. Malala Yousafzai[678] (Attending) - 2014
  1. José Ramos-Horta[646] (Sr. Assoc) - 1996
  2. Linus Pauling[649] (Eastman Vis Prof) - 1962

Princeton University (10th)Edit

Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
Princeton University, United States
Total: 63 (Univ Count: 42)[679]
Notes: 1) The "Belknap Visitor" program at Princeton is an award/honor-based visiting position without employment-level duty.[680] Thus, Nadine Gordimer is excluded from the list.[543]

2) Princeton's University Count only includes alumni and academic staff who "have performed their award-winning work at Princeton, were employed by Princeton when they received their award, or are currently working at the University".[679]

Physics
  1. Arthur Compton[223] (M.A, PhD) - 1927
  2. Clinton Davisson[430] (PhD) - 1937
  3. Frank Wilczek[46] (M.A, PhD) - 2004
  4. John Bardeen[49] (PhD) - 1956, 1972
  5. Kip Thorne[615] (M.A, PhD) - 2017
  6. Richard Feynman[557] (PhD) - 1965
  7. Robert Hofstadter[586] (M.A, PhD) - 1961
  8. Steven Weinberg[41] (PhD) - 1979
  1. Arthur B. McDonald[613] (Prof) - 2015
  2. Daniel Tsui[432] (Prof) - 1998*
  3. David Gross[44] (Prof) - 2004
  4. Duncan Haldane[204] (Prof) - 2016*
  5. Eugene Wigner[446] (Prof) - 1963*
  6. James Cronin[434] (Prof) - 1980
  7. Joseph H. Taylor[28] (Prof) - 1993*
  8. Owen Richardson[214] (Prof) - 1928
  9. Philip W. Anderson (Prof) - 1977
  10. Robert Hofstadter[586] (Asst Prof) - 1961
  11. Russell Hulse[681] (Principal Res Physicist) - 1993*
  12. Val Fitch[503] (Prof) - 1980*
  13. Wolfgang Pauli[682] (Prof) - 1945*
  1. Arno Penzias[43] (Vis Prof) - 1978
  2. Eugene Wigner[446] (Vis Prof) - 1963
  3. John M. Kosterlitz[50] (Vis Prof) - 2016
  4. John van Vleck[27] (Vis Prof) - 1977
  5. Kip Thorne[615] (PSD) - 2017
  6. Rainer Weiss[556] (PSD) - 2017
  7. Riccardo Giacconi[39] (Res Assoc) - 2002
  8. Robert Hofstadter[586] (PSD) - 1961
  9. William Shockley[558] (Lect) - 1956
Chemistry
  1. Edwin McMillan[368] (PhD) - 1951
  2. Richard Smalley[461] (PhD) - 1996
  1. John B. Fenn[683] (Prof) - 2002
  1. Arne Tiselius[684] (Vis) - 1948
  2. Frank Rowland[685] (Inst) - 1995
  3. John Polanyi[686] (Res Assoc) - 1986
  4. Osamu Shimomura[687] (Res) - 2008
  5. Tomas Lindahl[688] (PSD) - 2015
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Eric Wieschaus[689] (Prof) - 1995*
  2. James Rothman[104] (Prof) - 2013
  1. Edward C. Kendall[523][690] (Vis Prof) - 1950
  2. Salvador Luria[535][691] (Guggenheim Fel) - 1969
Economics
  1. Gary Becker[468] (B.A) - 1992
  2. James Heckman[476] (M.A, PhD) - 2000
  3. John F. Nash[577] (PhD) - 1994
  4. Lloyd Shapley[141] (PhD) - 2012
  5. Michael Spence[143] (B.A) - 2001
  6. Oliver S. Hart[153] (PhD) - 2016
  1. Angus Deaton[291] (Prof) - 2015*
  2. Christopher Sims[138] (Prof) - 2011*
  3. Daniel Kahneman[159] (Prof) - 2002*
  4. John F. Nash[577] (Prof) - 1994*
  5. Joseph Stiglitz[293] (Prof) - 2001
  6. Paul Krugman[692] (Prof) - 2008*
  7. W. A. Lewis[693] (Prof) - 1979*
  1. Angus Deaton[291] (Vis Prof) - 2015
  2. Chris Pissarides[158] (Vis) - 2010
  3. Eric Maskin[139] (Vis Lect) - 2007
  4. Jean Tirole[161] (Vis Sch) - 2014
  5. Lawrence Klein[409] (Vis Prof) - 1980
  6. Lloyd Shapley[141] (Fine Inst) - 2012
  7. Robert Aumann[412] (Res Assoc) - 2005
  8. Thomas Sargent[694] (Vis Prof) - 2011
  9. Tjalling Koopmans[695] (Res Assoc) - 1975
Literature
  1. Eugene O'Neill[167] (UG Atten) - 1936
  1. Toni Morrison[696] (Prof) - 1993*
  1. Kenzaburō Ōe[697] (Vis Lect) - 1994
  2. Mario Vargas Llosa[698] (Vis Prof) - 2010
  3. Saul Bellow[485][699] (Creative Writing Fel) - 1976
Peace
  1. Woodrow Wilson[700] (B.A) - 1919
  1. Woodrow Wilson[700] (Prof) - 1919

Yale University (11th)Edit

Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
Yale University, United States
Total: 60
Notes: 1) Affiliates of Cowles Foundation after 1955 are included in this list (when the Foundation moved to Yale).[701]
Physics
  1. David M. Lee[25] (PhD) - 1996
  2. Ernest Lawrence[340] (PhD) - 1939
  3. Murray Gell-Mann[229] (B.S) - 1969
  4. Raymond Davis Jr.[702] (PhD) - 2002
  1. David Thouless[203] (Prof) - 2016
  2. Ernest Lawrence[340] (Asst Prof) - 1939
  3. Serge Haroche[51] (Prof) - 2012
  4. Willis Lamb[334] (Prof) - 1955
  1. Charles Kao[703] (Adj Prof) 2009
  2. Ernest Lawrence[340] (Res Fel) - 1939
Chemistry
  1. Brian Kobilka[590] (M.D) - 2012
  2. John B. Fenn[683] (PhD) - 2002
  3. Lars Onsager[254] (PhD) - 1968
  1. Irwin Rose[452] (Prof) - 2004
  2. John B. Fenn[683] (Prof) - 2002
  3. Lars Onsager[254] (Prof) - 1968*
  4. Sidney Altman[519] (Prof) - 1989*
  5. Thomas Steitz[65] (Prof) - 2009*
  1. Aziz Sancar[704] (PSD) - 2015
  2. Michael Smith[705] (Vis) - 1993
  3. Richard Henderson[244] (PSD) - 2017
  4. Venki Ramakrishnan[250] (PSD) - 2009
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Alfred G. Gilman[706] (B.A) - 1994
  2. Dickinson Richards[522] (B.A) - 1956
  3. Eric Wieschaus[689] (PhD) - 1995
  4. George Whipple[387] (B.A) - 1934
  5. James Rothman[104] (B.A) - 2013
  6. John Enders[105] (B.A) - 1954
  7. Joshua Lederberg[525] (PhD) - 1958
  1. Edward Tatum[463] (Prof) - 1958
  2. George Palade[707] (Prof) - 1974*
  3. James Rothman[104] (Prof) - 2013*
  4. John Vane[663] (Asst Prof) - 1982
  5. Max Theiler[708] (Prof) - 1951
  6. Paul Greengard[289] (Prof) - 2000
  1. Elizabeth Blackburn[268] (PSD) - 2009
  2. Erwin Neher[638] (PSD) - 1991
Economics
  1. Edmund Phelps[538] (PhD) - 2006
  2. George Akerlof[402] (B.A) - 2001
  3. Paul Krugman[692] (B.A) - 2008
  4. Peter Diamond[165] (B.A) - 2010
  5. William Vickrey[537] (B.S) - 1996
  1. Bengt Holmström[481] (Prof) - 2016
  2. Christopher Sims[138] (Prof) - 2011
  3. Edmund Phelps[538] (Assoc Prof) - 2006
  4. Gérard Debreu[403] (Assoc Prof) - 1983
  5. James Heckman[476] (Prof) - 2000
  6. James Tobin[140] (Prof) - 1981*
  7. Joseph Stiglitz[293] (Prof) - 2001
  8. Oliver Williamson[164] (Prof) - 2009
  9. Paul Krugman[692] (Asst Prof) - 2008
  10. Robert Shiller[166] (Prof) - 2013*
  11. Thomas Schelling[148] (Prof) - 2005
  12. Tjalling Koopmans[483] (Prof) - 1975*
  1. Chris Pissarides[158] (Vis) - 2010
  2. Christopher Sims[138] (Vis Prof) - 2011
  3. Daniel McFadden[401] (Irving Fisher Prof) - 2000
  4. Gérard Debreu[403] (Vis Prof) - 1983
  5. James Heckman[476] (Vis Prof) - 2000
  6. James Mirrlees[292] (Vis Prof) - 1996
  7. John Harsanyi[709] (Vis Fel) - 1994
  8. Ragnar Frisch[710] (Vis Prof) - 1969
  9. Robert Aumann[412] (Vis Prof) - 2005
Literature
  1. Sinclair Lewis[711] (B.A) - 1930
  1. Derek Walcott[712][713] (Vis Lect) - 1992
  2. Toni Morrison[696][714] (Vis Lect) - 1993
  3. Wole Soyinka[715][716] (Vis Prof) - 1986
Peace
  1. Elie Wiesel[717] (Henry Luce Vis Sch) - 1986
  2. Philip Noel-Baker[304] (Dodge Lect) - 1959
  3. Wangari Maathai[718] (McCluskey Vis Fel) - 2004

Cornell University (12th)Edit

Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
Cornell University, United States
Total: 56 (Univ Count: 47)[719]
Notes: 1) The University Count of Cornell does not include short-term academic staff (Fritz Lipmann being an exception).

2) The "Baker Lectureship" is an award/honor-based visiting position without employment-level duty.[720]

3) The "A.D White Professorship-at-Large (A.D.W Professor)" at Cornell is an academic appointment which has a definite duration of appointment (six years). This is similar to adjunct professorship instead of usual visiting professorship (note that the University Count considers the A.D White Professors as full-time academic staff).[721]

Physics
  1. David Thouless[203] (PhD) - 2016
  2. Douglas Osheroff[585] (M.S, PhD) - 1996
  3. Isidor Rabi[498] (B.S) - 1944
  4. Sheldon Glashow[35] (B.A) - 1979
  5. Steven Weinberg[41] (B.A) - 1979
  1. David M. Lee[25] (Prof) - 1996*
  2. François Englert[722] (Asst Prof) - 2013
  3. Hans Bethe[225] (Prof) - 1967*
  4. Kenneth G. Wilson[29] (Prof) - 1982*
  5. Richard Feynman[557] (Assoc Prof) - 1965
  6. Robert Coleman Richardson[723] (Prof) - 1996*
  1. Anthony Leggett[42] (Vis Prof) - 2002
  2. Brian Josephson[200] (Res Fel) - 1946
  3. François Englert[722] (Res Assoc) - 2013
  4. George P. Thomson[207] (Lect) - 1937
  5. Hannes Alfvén[719] (Distinguished Prof) - 1970
  6. John Schrieffer[440] (A.D.W Prof) - 1972
  7. John M. Kosterlitz[50] (PSD) - 2016
  8. Kip Thorne[615] (A.D.W Prof) - 2017
  9. Pierre de Gennes[724] (A.D.W Prof) - 1991
  10. Robert C. Richardson[723] (Res Assoc) - 1996
  11. Russell Hulse[725] (Arecibo Observatory) - 1993
Chemistry
  1. Eric Betzig[625] (PhD) - 2014
  2. William Moerner[90] (M.S, PhD) - 2014
  1. Henry Taube[362] (Asst Prof) - 1983
  2. James B. Sumner[56] (Prof) - 1946*
  3. Paul Flory[593] (Prof) - 1974
  4. Peter Debye[568] (Prof) - 1936
  5. Roald Hoffmann[61] (Prof) - 1981*
  6. Vincent du Vigneaud[726] (Prof) - 1955*
  1. Joachim Frank[253] (PSD) - 2017
  2. Manfred Eigen[727] (A.D.W Prof) - 1967
  3. Otto Hahn[728] (Vis Prof) - 1944
  4. Richard R. Ernst[729] (A.D.W Prof) - 1991
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Barbara McClintock[636] (B.S, M.A, PhD) - 1983
  2. George Beadle[117] (PhD) - 1958
  3. Hermann J. Muller[524] (Grad Atten) - 1946
  4. Jack Szostak[119] (PhD) - 2009
  5. Robert W. Holley[643] (PhD) - 1968
  1. Haldan Hartline[730] (Assoc Prof) - 1967
  2. Harold Varmus[103] (Prof) - 1989
  3. Herbert Gasser[731] (Prof) - 1944
  4. Robert W. Holley[643] (Prof) - 1968*
  1. Barbara McClintock[636] (A.D.W Prof) - 1983
  2. Fritz Lipmann[115] (Res Assoc) - 1953
  3. Gobind Khorana[719] (A.D.W Prof) - 1968
  4. Paul Greengard[719] (A.D.W Prof) - 2000
  5. Peter Medawar[719] (A.D.W Prof) - 1960
  6. Robert Furchgott[732] (Inst) - 1998
Economics
  1. Robert Engle[578] (M.S, PhD) - 2003
  2. Robert Fogel[155] (B.A) - 1993
  1. Richard Thaler[477] (Prof) - 2017
  1. Amartya Sen[151] (A.D.W Prof) - 1998
  2. Dale Mortensen[645] (Vis Prof) - 2010
Literature
  1. Pearl S. Buck[733] (M.A) - 1938
  2. Toni Morrison[696] (M.A) - 1993
  1. Octavio Paz[719] (A.D.W Prof) - 1990
  2. Wole Soyinka[719] (Sr. Fel) - 1986
Peace
  1. John R. Mott[734] (B.A) - 1946
  1. Norman Borlaug[719] (A.D.W Prof) - 1970

Humboldt University Berlin (13th)Edit

Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
Humboldt University Berlin, Germany
Total: 55 (Univ Count: 29)[735]
Note: 1) Eduard Buchner received the Nobel prize when he was in Agricultural University of Berlin, which was later incorporated into the University of Berlin. He is not counted as a professor in the University of Berlin.

2) Emily Balch studied one year at the University of Berlin, but she was only permitted to audit lectures and was not in any degree program.[487][488] She is thus excluded from the list.

Physics
  1. Gustav Hertz[736] (PhD) - 1925
  2. James Franck[439] (PhD) - 1925
  3. Karl Braun[737] (PhD) - 1909
  4. Max Laue[738] (PhD) - 1914
  5. Max Planck[739] (Grad Atten) - 1918
  6. Philipp Lenard[740] (Grad Atten) - 1905
  7. Walther Bothe[741] (PhD) - 1954
  8. Wilhelm Wien[742] (PhD) - 1911
  1. Albert Einstein[617] (Prof) - 1921
  2. Erwin Schrödinger[656] (Prof) - 1933*
  3. James Franck[439] (Assoc Prof) - 1925
  4. Max Born[228] (Prof) - 1954
  5. Max Laue[738] (Prof) - 1914
  6. Max Planck[739] (Prof) - 1918*
  7. Walther Bothe[741] (Prof) - 1954
  8. Werner Heisenberg[449] (Prof) - 1932
  1. Albert Michelson[743] (Vis) - 1907
  2. Eugene Wigner[446] (Res Asst & Privatdozent) - 1963
Chemistry
  1. Adolf Windaus[744] (UG Atten) - 1928
  2. Adolf von Baeyer[745] (PhD) - 1905
  3. Fritz Haber[251] (UG Atten) - 1918
  4. Hans Euler-Chelpin[746] (PhD) - 1929
  5. Heinrich Wieland[747] (UG Atten) - 1927
  6. Kurt Alder[748] (UG Atten) - 1950
  7. Odd Hassel[749] (PhD) - 1969
  8. Otto Diels[750] (PhD) - 1950
  9. Otto Wallach[751] (UG Atten) - 1910
  10. Walther Nernst[752] (UG Atten) - 1920
  1. Adolf Butenandt[753] (Prof) - 1939*
  2. Emil Fischer[754] (Prof) - 1902*
  3. Jacobus Hoff[755] (Prof) - 1901*
  4. Otto Diels[750] (Prof) - 1950
  5. Otto Hahn[728] (Prof) - 1944
  6. Peter Debye[568] (Prof) - 1936*
  7. Richard Willstätter[756] (Prof) - 1915
  8. Walther Nernst[752] (Prof) - 1920*
  1. Eduard Buchner[757] (Res) - 1907
  2. Friedrich Bergius[758] (Res) - 1931
  3. Fritz Pregl[759][760] (Vis) - 1923
  4. Hans Fischer[761][762] (Res) - 1930
  5. Hans Euler-Chelpin[746] (Vis) - 1929
  6. Richard Zsigmondy[763] (Res Asst) - 1925
  7. Theodore W. Richards[764] (Vis Prof) - 1914
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Bert Sakmann[765] (Med Atten) - 1991
  2. Ernst Chain[284] (B.S) - 1945
  3. Fritz Lipmann[115] (M.D, PhD) - 1953
  4. Hans A. Krebs[288] (Med Atten) - 1953
  5. Otto Meyerhof[766][767] (Med Atten) - 1922
  6. Otto H. Warburg[768] (PhD) - 1931
  7. Walter R. Hess[769][770] (Med Atten) - 1949
  8. Werner Forssmann[771][772] (M.D) - 1956
  1. Albrecht Kossel[773] (Prof) - 1910
  2. Paul Ehrlich[774] (Assoc Prof) - 1908
  3. Robert Koch[775] (Prof) - 1905
  1. Emil Behring[776] (Res) - 1901
Economics
  1. Wassily Leontief[157] (PhD) - 1973
Literature
  1. Gerhart Hauptmann[777][778] (UG Atten) - 1912
  2. Paul Heyse[779] (UG Atten) - 1910
  3. Rudolf Eucken[780] (UG Atten) - 1908
  1. Theodor Mommsen[781] (Prof) - 1902
Peace
  1. Austen Chamberlain[303][782] (Grad Atten) - 1925
  2. Gustav Stresemann[783] (UG Atten) - 1926
  1. Auguste Beernaert[784] (Vis Fel) - 1909

University of Paris (14th)Edit

Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
University of Paris, France
Total: 49
Notes: 1) This count includes affiliations with the successor Universities Paris I-XIII and Sorbonne University.

2) Affiliates of École Normale Supérieure (ENS) between 10 November 1903 and 3 February 1953 are included below.[785]

3) Léon Jouhaux was only taking courses at several universities including the Sorbonne while self-studying, instead of enrolling in any degree-program. He is thus excluded from the list.[786][787]

Physics
  1. Albert Fert[788] (PhD) - 2007
  2. Alfred Kastler[789] (ENS B.A, ENS PhD) - 1966
  3. De Broglie[790] (B.S, PhD) - 1929
  4. Gabriel Lippmann[791] (PhD) - 1908
  5. Jean Perrin[792] (PhD) - 1926
  6. Louis Néel[793] (ENS B.A) - 1970
  7. Marie Curie[794] (PhD) - 1903, 1911
  8. Pierre Curie[795] (PhD) - 1903
  9. Pierre de Gennes[355] (PhD) - 1991
  10. Serge Haroche[51] (PhD) - 2012
  1. Albert Fert[788] (Prof) - 2007*
  2. Claude Cohen-Tannoudji[562] (Prof) - 1997
  3. De Broglie[790] (Prof) - 1929*
  4. Gabriel Lippmann[791] (Prof) - 1908*
  5. George Smoot[342] (Prof) - 2006
  6. Jean Perrin[792] (Prof) - 1926*
  7. Marie Curie[794] (Prof) - 1903
  8. Pierre Curie[795] (Prof) - 1903
  9. Serge Haroche[51] (Prof) - 2012
  1. Alfred Kastler[789] (Res) - 1966
  2. Charles Townes[337] (Vis) - 1964
  3. Murray Gell-Mann[229] (Vis Prof) - 1969
Chemistry
  1. Frédéric Joliot-Curie[796] (PhD) - 1935
  2. Gerhard Ertl[377] (UG Atten) - 2007
  3. Henri Moissan[797] (PhD) - 1906
  4. Irène Joliot-Curie[798] (B.S, PhD) - 1935
  5. Jacobus Hoff[755] (Atten) - 1901
  6. Marie Curie[794] (PhD) - 1911
  1. Frédéric Joliot-Curie[796] (Prof) - 1935*
  2. Henri Moissan[797] (Prof) - 1906*
  3. Irène Joliot-Curie[798] (Prof) - 1935*
  4. Marie Curie[794] (Prof) - 1911*
  1. Jaroslav Heyrovský[378][379] (Rockefeller Fel) - 1959
  2. Michael Levitt[242] (Vis) - 2013
Physiology or Medicine
  1. André Cournand[529] (B.S, M.D) - 1956
  2. André Lwoff[799] (M.D, PhD) - 1965
  3. Bert Sakmann[800] (UG Atten) - 1991
  4. Charles Nicolle[801] (Med Atten) - 1928
  5. Charles Richet[802] (M.D, PhD) - 1913
  6. Françoise Barré-Sinoussi[803] (B.S, PhD) - 2008
  7. François Jacob[804] (M.D, PhD) - 1965
  8. Jacques Monod[639] (PhD) - 1965
  9. Jean Dausset[130][805] (M.D) - 1980
  10. Luc Montagnier[806] (M.D) - 2008
  1. André Lwoff[799] (Prof) - 1965
  2. Charles Richet[802] (Prof) - 1913*
  3. Jacques Monod[639] (Prof) - 1965
  4. Jean Dausset[130] (Prof) - 1980*
Economics
  1. Gérard Debreu[403] (PhD) - 1983
  2. Maurice Allais[807] (D.Eng) - 1988
  3. Jean Tirole[161] (PhD) - 2014
  1. Maurice Allais[807] (Prof) - 1988
  1. Oliver Williamson[164] (Vis Prof) - 2009
Literature
  1. Giorgos Seferis[808] (LLB) - 1963
  2. Henri Bergson[809] (PhD) - 1927
  3. Jean Sartre[810] (B.A, M.A) - 1964
  4. Patrick Modiano[811] (UG Atten) - 2014
  5. Romain Rolland[812] (PhD) - 1915
  6. T.S. Eliot[168] (Grad Atten) - 1948
  1. Romain Rolland[813][814] (Prof) - 1915
Peace
  1. Albert Schweitzer[815] (Grad Atten) - 1952
  2. Charles Gobat[816] (Law Atten) - 1902
  3. Ferdinand Buisson[817] (B.A) - 1927
  4. Léon Bourgeois[818] (DCL) - 1920
  5. Louis Renault[819] (DCL) - 1907
  6. René Cassin[820] (DCL) - 1968
  1. Ferdinand Buisson[817] (Prof) - 1927
  2. Louis Renault[819] (Prof) - 1907*
  3. René Cassin[820] (Prof) - 1968
  1. Auguste Beernaert[784] (Vis Fel) - 1909

University of Göttingen (15th)Edit

Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
University of Göttingen, Germany
Total: 45 (Univ Count: 44)[821][822]
Notes: 1) The affiliations of several laureates in the University Count are actually affiliations with the city of Göttingen instead of with the university.

2) Members of Göttingen Academy of Sciences and Humanities are not included in the list, for the organization has no affiliation with the university.[823]

Physics
  1. Gustav Hertz[824] (UG Atten) - 1925
  2. Hans Dehmelt[825] (B.A, PhD) - 1989
  3. Herbert Kroemer[826] (B.A, PhD) - 2000
  4. Maria Mayer[443] (PhD) - 1963
  5. Max Born[228] (PhD) - 1954
  6. Max Laue[738] (UG Atten) - 1914
  7. Werner Heisenberg[449] (Grad Atten) - 1932
  8. Wilhelm Wien[742] (UG Atten) - 1911
  1. James Franck[439] (Prof) - 1925*
  2. Max Born[228] (Prof) - 1954
  3. Max Laue[738] (Prof) - 1914
  1. Enrico Fermi[438] (PSD) - 1938
  2. Eugene Wigner[446] (Res Asst) - 1963
  3. Hans Dehmelt[825] (Res Assoc) - 1989
  4. Johannes Stark[827] (Lect) - 1919
  5. Nevill Mott[213] (PSD) - 1977
  6. Patrick Blackett[216] (Vis Fel) - 1948
  7. Paul Dirac[217][828] (PSD) - 1933
  8. Robert Millikan[444] (PSD) - 1923
  9. Wolfgang Paul[829] (Lect) - 1989
  10. Wolfgang Pauli[682] (Res Asst) - 1945
Chemistry
  1. Adolf Butenandt[753] (PhD) - 1939
  2. Irving Langmuir[516] (PhD) - 1932
  3. Manfred Eigen[727] (PhD) - 1967
  4. Norman Haworth[830] (PhD) - 1937
  5. Otto Wallach[751] (PhD) - 1910
  1. Adolf Windaus[744] (Prof) - 1928*
  2. Otto Wallach[751] (Prof) - 1910*
  3. Peter Debye[568] (Prof) - 1936
  4. Richard Zsigmondy[763] (Prof) - 1925*
  5. Stefan Hell[662] (Prof) - 2014
  6. Walther Nernst[752] (Prof) - 1920
  1. Dudley Herschbach[831] (Vis Prof) - 1986
  2. Gerhard Herzberg[453] (PSD) - 1971
  3. Hans Euler-Chelpin[746] (Res) - 1929
  4. Lars Onsager[254] (Vis Gauss Prof) - 1968
  5. Theodore W. Richards[64][764] (Res) - 1914
  6. Thomas Steitz[65][631] (Macy Fel) - 2009
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Bert Sakmann[800] (M.D) - 1991
  2. Hans A. Krebs[288] (Med Atten) - 1953
  3. Max Delbrück[634][832] (PhD) - 1969
  4. Robert Koch[775] (M.D) - 1905
  5. Thomas Südhof[597] (PhD) - 2013
  1. Bert Sakmann[800] (Prof) - 1991
  2. Erwin Neher[833] (Prof) - 1991
  3. Paul Ehrlich[774][822] (Prof) - 1908*
  1. Élie Metchnikoff[834] (Res) - 1908
Literature
  1. Rudolf Eucken[780][821] (PhD) - 1908
Peace
  1. Ludwig Quidde[835] (PhD) - 1927

University of Munich (16th)Edit

Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
University of Munich, Germany
Total: 42 (Univ Count: 14)[836]
Physics
  1. Gustav Hertz[824] (UG Atten) - 1925
  2. Hans Bethe[225] (PhD) - 1967
  3. Johannes Stark[827] (PhD) - 1919
  4. Max Laue[738] (Grad Atten) - 1914
  5. Max Planck[739] (PhD) - 1918
  6. Werner Heisenberg[449] (PhD) - 1932
  7. Wolfgang Ketterle[561] (PhD) - 2001
  8. Wolfgang Pauli[682] (PhD) - 1945
  1. Theodor Hänsch[587] (Prof) - 2005*
  2. Wilhelm Röntgen[837] (Prof) - 1901*
  3. Wilhelm Wien[742] (Prof) - 1911
  1. Hans Bethe[225] (Lect) - 1967
  2. Isidor Rabi[498] (Res Fel) - 1944
  3. Max Laue[738] (Privatdozent) - 1914
  4. Nico Bloembergen[624] (Vis Prof) - 1981
Chemistry
  1. Eduard Buchner[757] (PhD) - 1907
  2. Gerhard Ertl[377] (UG Atten) - 2007
  3. Hans Fischer[761] (M.D) - 1930
  4. Hartmut Michel[838] (Grad Atten) - 1988
  5. Heinrich Wieland[747] (PhD) - 1927
  6. Hermann Staudinger[839][840] (UG Atten) - 1953
  7. Joachim Frank[253] (M.S) - 2017
  8. Odd Hassel[749] (Grad Atten) - 1969
  9. Otto Hahn[728] (UG Atten) - 1944
  10. Peter Debye[568] (PhD) - 1936
  11. Richard Kuhn[841] (PhD) - 1938
  12. Richard Willstätter[756] (PhD) - 1915
  13. Richard Zsigmondy[763] (PhD) - 1925
  1. Adolf Butenandt[753] (Prof) - 1939
  2. Adolf von Baeyer[745] (Prof) - 1905*
  3. Emil Fischer[754] (Assoc Prof) - 1902
  4. Ernst Otto Fischer[842] (Prof) - 1973
  5. Gerhard Ertl[377] (Prof) - 2007
  6. Heinrich Wieland[747] (Prof) - 1927*
  7. Richard Willstätter[756] (Prof) - 1915*
  1. Eduard Buchner[757] (Lect) - 1907
  2. Hans Fischer[761] (Lect) - 1930
  3. Linus Pauling[843] (Guggenheim Fel) - 1954
  4. Wendell Stanley[374] (NRC Fel) - 1946
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Bert Sakmann[800] (M.D) - 1991
  2. Feodor Lynen[844] (PhD) - 1964
  3. Fritz Lipmann[115] (UG Atten) - 1953
  4. Günter Blobel[845] (UG Atten) - 1999
  5. Hans Spemann[846][847] (UG Atten) - 1935
  6. Otto Loewi[848] (Med Atten) - 1936
  1. Feodor Lynen[844] (Prof) - 1964
  2. Karl von Frisch[849] (Prof) - 1973*
  1. Haldan Hartline[730][850] (Res Fel) - 1967
  2. Philip Hench[851][852] (Vis) - 1950
Literature
  1. Thomas Mann[853][854] (UG Atten) - 1929
Peace
  1. Linus Pauling[843] (Guggenheim Fel) - 1962

University of Copenhagen (17th)Edit

Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Total: 38 (Univ Count: 9)[855]
Notes: 1) Affiliates of Niels Bohr Institute (Copenhagen Institute for Theoretical Physics) are included in this list.
Physics
  1. Aage Bohr[508] (M.A, PhD) - 1975
  2. Niels Bohr[230] (M.A, PhD) - 1922
  3. Steven Weinberg[41] (Grad Atten) - 1979
  4. Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar[219] (Grad Atten) - 1983
  1. Aage Bohr[508] (Prof) - 1975*
  2. Niels Bohr[230] (Prof) - 1922*
  3. Werner Heisenberg[449] (Prof) - 1932
  1. Andre Geim[856] (PSD) - 2010
  2. Ben Mottelson[21] (PSD) - 1975
  3. David Gross[857] (Vis Prof) - 2004
  4. Donald Glaser[565][858] (Vis) - 1960
  5. Felix Bloch[45] (Res Fel) - 1952
  6. Hans Bethe[859] (Vis) - 1967
  7. Isidor Rabi[498] (Res Fel) - 1944
  8. James Franck[439] (Guest Prof) - 1925
  9. John Schrieffer[440] (Res Fel) - 1972
  10. Lev Landau[860] (Vis) - 1962
  11. Nevill Mott[213] (Res) - 1977
  12. Paul Dirac[217][828] (PSD) - 1933
  13. Sheldon Glashow[35] (Vis Sci) - 1979
  14. Werner Heisenberg[449] (Lect) - 1932
  15. Wolfgang Pauli[682] (Res Asst) - 1945
Chemistry
  1. Jens Skou[861] (M.D) - 1997
  1. George de Hevesy[862] (Prof) - 1943
  1. Geoffrey Wilkinson[72] (Vis) - 1973
  2. Harold Urey[361] (Res Fel) - 1934
  3. Linus Pauling[863][591] (Vis) - 1954
  4. Paul Berg[592] (PSD) - 1980
  5. Walter Kohn[68] (PSD) - 1998
Physiology or Medicine
  1. August Krogh[864] (B.A) - 1920
  2. Henrik Dam[865] (PhD) - 1943
  3. Johannes Fibiger[866] (B.S, PhD) - 1926
  4. Niels Finsen[867] (M.D) - 1903
  5. Niels Jerne[642] (M.D) - 1984
  1. August Krogh[864] (Prof) - 1920*
  2. Henrik Dam[865] (Assoc Prof) - 1943
  3. Johannes Fibiger[866] (Prof) - 1926*
  1. Edward B. Lewis[283] (Vis Prof) - 1995
  2. James Watson[120] (NRC Merck Fel) - 1962
  3. Max Delbrück[634][868] (Rockefeller Fel) - 1969
  4. Niels Finsen[867] (Prosector) - 1903
Economics
  1. Bertil Ohlin[137] (Prof) - 1977
  1. Lawrence Klein[409] (Vis Prof) - 1980
Literature
  1. Johannes V. Jensen[869] (UG Atten) - 1944
  2. Karl Gjellerup[870] (B.A) - 1917
Peace
  1. Linus Pauling[863][591] (Vis) - 1962

Johns Hopkins University (18th)Edit

Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
Johns Hopkins University, United States
Total: 37 (Univ Count: 27)[871]
Physics
  1. Adam Riess[20] (Prof) - 2011*
  2. James Franck[439] (Prof) - 1925
  3. Riccardo Giacconi[39] (Prof) - 2002
  1. Maria Mayer[443] (Res Assoc) - 1963
Chemistry
  1. Aziz Sancar[704] (Grad Atten) - 2015
  2. Peter Agre[872] (M.D) - 2003
  1. Chris Anfinsen[873] (Prof) - 1972
  2. Peter Agre[872] (Prof) - 2003*
  1. Daniel Shechtman[874] (Vis Res) - 2011
  2. Harold Urey[361] (Res Assoc) - 1934
  3. Kurt Wüthrich[380] (Sch in Residence) - 2002
  4. Lars Onsager[254] (Res Assoc) - 1968
  5. Vincent du Vigneaud[726] (NRC Fel) - 1955
Physiology or Medicine
  1. George Whipple[387] (M.D) - 1934
  2. Haldan Hartline[730] (M.D) - 1967
  3. Hamilton O. Smith[384] (M.D) - 1978
  4. Herbert Gasser[731] (M.D) - 1944
  5. Joseph Erlanger[385] (M.D) - 1944
  6. Martin Rodbell[875] (M.D) 1994
  7. Paul Greengard[289] (PhD) - 2000
  8. Peyton Rous[876] (B.A, M.D) - 1996
  9. Richard Axel[528] (M.D) - 2004
  10. Thomas H. Morgan[531] (PhD) - 1933
  1. Andrew Fire[382] (Prof) - 2006
  2. Carol Greider[383] (Prof) - 2009*
  3. Daniel Nathans[532] (Prof) - 1978*
  4. George Whipple[387] (Assoc Prof) - 1934
  5. Haldan Hartline[730] (Prof) - 1967
  6. Hamilton O. Smith[384] (Prof) - 1978*
  7. Joseph Erlanger[385] (Assoc Prof) - 1944
  8. Torsten Wiesel[123] (Asst Prof) - 1981
  1. David Hubel[114] (Res) - 1981
  2. George Minot[102] (Res) - 1934
  3. Torsten Wiesel[123] (PSD) - 1981
Economics
  1. Merton Miller[142] (PhD) - 1990
  2. Robert Fogel[155] (PhD) - 1993
  1. Simon Kuznets[156] (Prof) - 1971
  1. Richard Stone[877] (Vis Prof) - 1984
  2. Robert Fogel[155] (Inst) - 1993
  3. Robert Mundell[478] (Vis Prof) - 1999
Literature
  1. J.M. Coetzee[175] (Hinkley Prof) - 2003
Peace
  1. Jody Williams[878] (M.A) - 1997
  2. Woodrow Wilson[700] (PhD) - 1919
  1. Nicholas Butler[879] (Lect) - 1931

New York University (19th, Tie)Edit

Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
New York University, United States
Total: 36 (Univ Count: 24)[880]
Notes: 1) Rudolf Eucken was a Deem Lecturer giving public lectures at the University.[780] He is thus excluded from the list.

2) Wole Soyinka, being Scholar-in-Residence for a series of public lectures, is excluded from the list.[881]

Physics
  1. Clifford Shull[560] (PhD) - 1994
  2. Frederick Reines[341] (PhD) - 1995
  3. Martin Perl[501] (B.S) - 1995
Chemistry
  1. Robert Mulliken[85] (Asst Prof) - 1966
  2. Rudolph Marcus[627] (Prof) - 1992
  1. Avram Hershko[882] (Adj Prof) - 2004
  2. Irwin Rose[452] (PSD) - 2004
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Eric Kandel[530] (M.D) - 2000
  2. George Wald[118] (B.S) - 1967
  3. Gertrude Elion[883] (M.S) - 1988
  4. John O'Keefe[884] (UG Atten) - 2014
  5. Julius Axelrod[885] (M.A) - 1970
  1. Baruj Benacerraf[113] (Prof) - 1980
  2. Eric Kandel[530] (Assoc Prof) - 2000
  3. Otto Loewi[848] (Res Prof) - 1936
  4. Severo Ochoa[670] (Prof) - 1959*
  1. Arthur Kornberg[595] (Res) - 1959
  2. Francis Crick[128] (PSD) - 1962
  3. George Palade[707] (PSD) - 1974
  4. John C. Eccles[886] (Vis Prof) - 1963
Economics
  1. Michael Spence[887] (Prof) - 2001
  2. Edmund Phelps[538] (Prof) - 2006
  3. Robert Engle[578] (Prof) - 2003*
  4. Thomas Sargent[147] (Prof) - 2011*
  5. Wassily Leontief[888] (Prof) - 1973
  1. Dale Mortensen[645] (Morgenstern Vis Prof) - 2010
  2. Edward Prescott[474] (Shinsei Bank Vis Prof) - 2004
  3. Friedrich Hayek[475] (PSD) - 1974
  4. Gunnar Myrdal[889] (Vis Prof) - 1974
  5. James Heckman[476] (Adj Asst Prof) - 2000
  6. Paul Samuelson[890] (Sendai Bank Vis Prof) - 1970
  7. Robert Aumann[412] (Morgenstern Vis Prof) - 2005
  8. Tjalling Koopmans[695] (Lect) - 1975
Literature
  1. Joseph Brodsky[301][891] (Prof) - 1987
  1. Saul Bellow[699] (Vis Lect) - 1976
Peace
  1. Elihu Root[892] (J.D) - 1912
  2. Mohamed ElBaradei[893] (J.S.D) - 2005
  1. Mohamed ElBaradei[893] (Adj Prof) - 2005

Rockefeller University (19th, Tie)Edit

Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
Rockefeller University, United States
Total: 36 (Univ Count: 25)[894]
Notes: 1) The University Count does not include short-term academic staff.
Physics
  1. Martinus Veltman[589] (Vis) - 1999
Chemistry
  1. Bruce Merrifield[895] (Prof) - 1984*
  2. John H. Northrop[370] (Prof) - 1946*
  3. Roderick MacKinnon[73] (Prof) - 2003*
  4. Stanford Moore[258] (Prof) - 1972*
  5. Wendell Stanley[374] (Prof) - 1946*
  6. William H. Stein[69] (Prof) - 1972*
  1. Aaron Ciechanover[76] (Vis Prof) - 2004
  2. Lars Onsager[254] (Vis Prof) - 1968
  3. Michael Smith[705] (Vis) - 1993
  4. Tomas Lindahl[688] (PSD) - 2015
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Daniel Nathans[532][896] (Grad Atten) - 1978
  2. David Baltimore[570] (PhD) - 1975
  3. Gerald Edelman[19] (PhD) - 1972
  1. Albert Claude[897] (Prof) - 1974*
  2. Alexis Carrel[465] (Prof) - 1912*
  3. Bruce Beutler[462] (Asst Prof) - 2011
  4. Christian de Duve[898] (Prof) - 1974*
  5. David Baltimore[570] (Prof) - 1975
  6. Edward Tatum[463] (Prof) - 1958*
  7. Fritz Lipmann[115] (Prof) - 1953
  8. George Palade[707] (Prof) - 1974
  9. Gerald Edelman[19] (Prof) - 1972*
  10. Günter Blobel[899] (Prof) - 1999*
  11. Haldan Hartline (Prof) - 1967*
  12. Herbert Gasser[731] (Prof) - 1944*
  13. Joshua Lederberg[525] (Prof) - 1958
  14. Karl Landsteiner[900] (Prof) - 1930*
  15. Michael W. Young[598] (Prof) - 2017*
  16. Paul Greengard[289] (Prof) - 2000*
  17. Paul Nurse[901] (Prof) - 2001
  18. Peyton Rous[876] (Prof) - 1966*
  19. Ralph Steinman[109] (Prof) - 2011*
  20. Torsten Wiesel[123] (Prof) - 1981
  1. Alan Hodgkin[260] (Res) - 1963
  2. Bruce Beutler[462] (PSD) - 2011
  3. George Palade[707] (PSD) - 1974
  4. Günter Blobel[899] (PSD) - 1999
  5. Henrik Dam[865] (Res Assoc) - 1943
  6. Ragnar Granit[669] (Vis Prof) -1967
  7. Ralph Steinman[902] (PSD) - 2011
  8. Yoshinori Ohsumi[903] (PSD) - 2016

21st–50thEdit

21st

Affiliates Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
University of Pennsylvania, United States
Notes: 1) Martin Luther King only audited classes at the University but did not enroll in a degree program.[904] He is thus excluded from the list.
35 (Univ Count: 26)[905]
  1. [Ph.] George E. Smith[433] (B.S) - 2009
  2. [Ch.] Ahmed Zewail[375] (PhD) - 1999
  3. [Ch.] Chris Anfinsen[53] (M.S) - 1972
  4. [Ch.] Ei-ichi Negishi[906] (PhD) - 2010
  5. [PM] Gerald Edelman[19] (M.D) - 1972
  6. [PM] Michael S. Brown[134] (B.A, M.D) - 1985
  7. [PM] Stanley Prusiner[390] (B.A, M.D) - 1997
  1. [Ph.] John Schrieffer[440] (Prof) - 1972*
  2. [Ph.] Raymond Davis Jr.[702] (Prof) - 2002*
  3. [Ch.] Alan Heeger[359] (Prof) - 2000
  4. [Ch.] Alan MacDiarmid[233] (Prof) - 2000*
  5. [Ch.] Irwin Rose[905] (Prof) - 2004
  6. [PM] Baruch Blumberg[521] (Prof) - 1976
  7. [Ec.] Edmund Phelps[538] (Prof) - 2006
  8. [Ec.] Edward Prescott[474] (Asst Prof) - 2004
  9. [Ec.] Harry Markowitz[470] (Prof) - 1990
  10. [Ec.] Lawrence Klein[398] (Prof) - 1980*
  11. [Ec.] Oliver Williamson[164] (Prof) - 2009
  12. [Ec.] Robert Shiller[166] (Prof) - 2013
  13. [Ec.] Simon Kuznets[156] (Prof) - 1971
  14. [Ec.] Thomas Sargent[147] (Assoc Prof) - 2011
  1. [Ph.] Robert Hofstadter[586] (Inst) - 1961
  2. [Ch.] Hideki Shirakawa[907] (PSD) - 2000
  3. [Ch.] Richard Kuhn[841] (Vis Prof) - 1938
  4. [Ch.] Vincent du Vigneaud[726] (Res Asst) - 1955
  5. [Ch.] Walter Kohn[68] (Vis Sch) - 1998
  6. [PM] Haldan Hartline[730][850] (Res) - 1967
  7. [PM] Harald zur Hausen[908] (Res Fel) - 2008
  8. [PM] Howard Florey[909] (Rockefeller Fel) - 1945
  9. [PM] Otto Meyerhof[766][910] (Res Prof) - 1922
  10. [PM] Ragnar Granit[669] (Res Fel) - 1967
  11. [PM] William Cecil Campbell[290][911] (Adj Prof) - 2015
  12. [Ec.] Edward Prescott[474] (Lect) - 2004
  13. [Ec.] Oliver S. Hart[153] (Vis Lect) - 2016
  14. [Ec.] Robert Engle[578] (Fel) - 2003
  15. [Ec.] Robert Mundell[482] (Richard Fox Prof) - 1999

22nd

Affiliates Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
University College London, United Kingdom
Notes: 1) Affiliates of Francis Crick Institute (UKCMRI) are included in this list.[912]
33 (Univ Count: 29)[913]
  1. [Ph.] Charles Kao[703] (PhD) - 2009
  2. [Ph.] Owen Richardson[214][215] (PhD) - 1928
  3. [Ch.] Jaroslav Heyrovský[914] (B.S, PhD) - 1959
  4. [PM] Bernard Katz[915] (PhD) - 1970
  5. [PM] Francis Crick[128] (B.S) - 1962
  6. [PM] Frederick Hopkins[277] (B.S) - 1929
  7. [PM] Martin Evans[272] (PhD) - 2007
  8. [Ec.] Trygve Haavelmo[916] (Grad Atten) - 1989
  9. [Li.] Rabindranath Tagore[917] (UG Atten) - 1913
  1. [Ph.] William H. Bragg[220] (Prof) - 1915*
  2. [Ch.] Robert Robinson[661] (Prof) - 1947
  3. [Ch.] William Ramsay[918] (Prof) - 1904*
  4. [PM] Andrew Huxley[262] (Prof) - 1963*
  5. [PM] Archibald Hill[264] (Prof) - 1922*
  6. [PM] Bernard Katz[915] (Prof) - 1970*
  7. [PM] James Rothman[919] (Prof) - 2013
  8. [PM] James W. Black[920] (Prof) - 1988
  9. [PM] John O'Keefe[884] (Prof) - 2014*
  10. [PM] Paul Nurse[921] (UKCMRI) - 2001
  11. [PM] Peter Medawar[666] (Prof) - 1960*
  12. [Ec.] James Heckman[476] (Prof) - 2000
  1. [Ph.] Peter Higgs[922] (Res Fel) - 2013
  2. [Ch.] Frederick Soddy[659] (Res) - 1921
  3. [Ch.] George Porter[238] (Vis Prof) - 1967
  4. [Ch.] Otto Hahn[728] (Res) - 1944
  5. [Ch.] Vincent du Vigneaud[726] (NRC Fel) - 1955
  6. [PM] Bert Sakmann[800] (British Council Fel) - 1991
  7. [PM] Corneille Heymans[923] (Res) - 1938
  8. [PM] Edvard Moser[924] (PSD) - 2014
  9. [PM] Henry H. Dale[269] (PSD) - 1936
  10. [PM] Herbert Gasser[925] (Res) - 1944
  11. [PM] John O'Keefe[884] (PSD) - 2014
  12. [PM] May-Britt Moser[926][927] (PSD) - 2014
  13. [PM] Otto Loewi[848][913] (Res) - 1936
  14. [PM] Ulf von Euler[913][928] (Vis) - 1970

23rd

Affiliates Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
ETH Zurich, Switzerland
Note: 1) Konrad Bloch was a Guggenheim Fellow at ETH Zurich in 1953, but he is excluded from the list because he does not classify the award-based visiting position as an appointment.[121][534]
32 (Univ Count: 21)[929]
  1. [Ph.] Albert Einstein[617] (B.A) - 1921
  2. [Ph.] Charles Guillaume[930] (PhD) - 1920
  3. [Ph.] Felix Bloch[45] (UG Atten) - 1952
  4. [Ph.] Georg Bednorz[931] (PhD) - 1987
  5. [Ph.] Gustaf Dalén[932] (Grad Atten) - 1912
  6. [Ph.] Heinrich Rohrer[933] (B.S, PhD) - 1986
  7. [Ph.] K. Alex Müller[934] (PhD) - 1987
  8. [Ph.] Wilhelm Röntgen[837] (B.S) - 1901
  9. [Ch.] Alfred Werner[935] (B.S) - 1913
  10. [Ch.] Richard R. Ernst[729] (PhD) - 1991
  11. [PM] Tadeus Reichstein[936] (B.S, PhD) - 1950
  12. [PM] Werner Arber[397] (B.S) - 1978
  1. [Ph.] Albert Einstein[617] (Prof) - 1921
  2. [Ph.] Wolfgang Pauli[682] (Prof) - 1945
  3. [Ch.] Kurt Wüthrich[380] (Prof) - 2002*
  4. [Ch.] Leopold Ružička[937] (Prof) - 1939*
  5. [Ch.] Peter Debye[568] (Prof) - 1936
  6. [Ch.] Richard Kuhn[841] (Prof) - 1938
  7. [Ch.] Richard R. Ernst[729] (Prof) - 1991*
  8. [Ch.] Richard Willstätter[756] (Prof) - 1915
  9. [Ch.] Vladimir Prelog[938] (Prof) - 1975*
  1. [Ph.] Isidor Rabi[498] (Res Fel) - 1944
  2. [Ph.] Otto Stern[939] (Privatdozent) - 1943
  3. [Ch.] Artturi Virtanen[940] (PSD) - 1945
  4. [Ch.] Fritz Haber[251] (Res) - 1918
  5. [Ch.] George de Hevesy[862] (Res) - 1943
  6. [Ch.] Hermann Staudinger[839] (Lect) - 1953
  7. [Ch.] Jean-Marie Lehn[80] (Vis Prof) - 1987
  8. [Ch.] Lars Onsager[254] (Res) - 1968
  9. [Ch.] Richard Heck[941] (PSD) - 2010
  10. [Ch.] Walter Kohn[68] (Vis Sch) - 1998
  11. [Ch.] William Moerner[90] (Vis Prof) - 2014
  12. [PM] Gobind Khorana[287] (PSD) - 1968
  13. [PM] Max Delbrück[868] (Rockefeller Fel) - 1969
  14. [PM] Tadeus Reichstein[936] (Lect) - 1950

24th

Affiliates Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign, United States
Notes: 1) The University Count includes Philip W. Anderson and James Tobin as affiliates only because they graduated from University Laboratory High School - Urbana. These two laureates are thus excluded from the list.

2) Murray Gell-Mann was a research associate at UIUC in the summer terms of 1951 and 1953. His collaboration with Francis E. Low resulted in Gell-Mann and Low theorem.[942] Thus he is included in the list.

30 (Univ Count: 23)[943]
  1. [Ph.] Jack Kilby[944] (B.S) - 2000
  2. [Ph.] John Schrieffer[440] (M.S, PhD) - 1972
  3. [Ph.] Polykarp Kusch[506] (M.S, PhD) - 1955
  4. [Ch.] Vincent du Vigneaud[726] (B.S, M.S) - 1955)
  5. [Ch.] Wendell Stanley[374] (M.S, PhD) - 1946
  6. [PM] Edward Doisy[97] (B.A, M.S) - 1942
  7. [PM] Edwin Krebs[945] (B.S) - 1992
  8. [PM] Hamilton O. Smith[946] (UG Atten) - 1978
  9. [PM] Phillip Sharp[573] (PhD) - 1993
  10. [PM] Robert W. Holley[643] (B.A) - 1968
  11. [PM] Rosalyn Yalow[947] (M.A, PhD) - 1977
  1. [Ph.] Anthony Leggett[42] (Prof) - 2003*
  2. [Ph.] John Bardeen[49] (Prof) - 1956*, 1972*
  3. [Ph.] John Schrieffer[440] (Assoc Prof) - 1972
  4. [Ch.] Elias Corey[71] (Prof) - 1990
  5. [Ch.] Rudolph Marcus[627] (Prof) - 1992
  6. [PM] Paul Lauterbur[599] (Prof) - 2003*
  7. [PM] Salvador Luria[535] (Prof) - 1969
  8. [Ec.] Alvin Roth[150] (Prof) - 2012
  9. [Ec.] Franco Modigliani[539] (Prof) - 1985
  10. [Ec.] Leonid Hurwicz[163] (Prof) - 2007
  1. [Ph.] Anthony Leggett[42] (Res Assoc) - 2003
  2. [Ph.] Brian Josephson[200] (PSD) - 1973
  3. [Ph.] Emilio Segrè[339] (Vis Prof) - 1959
  4. [Ph.] Leon Cooper[500] (Res Assoc) - 1972
  5. [Ph.] Murray Gell-Mann[229] (Res Assoc) - 1969
  6. [Ph.] Norman Ramsey[38] (Res Assoc Prof) - 1989
  7. [Ph.] Zhores Alferov[948] (Vis) - 2000
  8. [Ch.] Martin Karplus[59] (Inst) - 2013
  9. [Ch.] Vincent du Vigneaud[726][949] (Res Assoc) - 1955
  10. [Ch.] Wendell Stanley[374] (Inst) - 1946
  11. [PM] Martin Rodbell[875] (PSD) - 1994
  12. [PM] Peter Mansfield[950] (Res Assoc) - 2003
  13. [PM] Otto H. Warburg[951][952] (Res) - 1931
  14. [Ec.] Leonid Hurwicz[163] (Vis Prof) - 2007
University of Minnesota, United States
30 (Univ Count: 25)[953]
  1. [Ph.] Ernest Lawrence[340] (M.A) - 1939
  2. [Ph.] Walter Brattain[52] (PhD) - 1956
  3. [Ch.] Brian Kobilka[590] (B.S) - 2012
  4. [Ch.] Melvin Calvin[371] (PhD) - 1961
  5. [PM] Edward B. Lewis[283] (B.A) - 1995
  6. [PM] Louis Ignarro[527] (PhD) - 1998
  7. [Ec.] Daniel McFadden[401] (B.S, PhD) - 2000
  8. [Ec.] Lars P. Hansen[162] (PhD) - 2013
  9. [Pe.] Norman Borlaug[954] (B.S, M.S, PhD) - 1970
  10. [Li.] Bob Dylan[955] (UG Atten) - 2016
  1. [Ph.] John Bardeen[49] (Asst Prof) - 1956, 1972
  2. [Ph.] John van Vleck[27] (Prof) - 1977
  3. [Ch.] Paul D. Boyer[594][956] (Prof) - 1997
  4. [Ch.] William Lipscomb[75][957] (Prof) - 1976
  5. [PM] Edward C. Kendall[523] (Prof) - 1950*
  6. [PM] Philip Hench[851] (Prof) - 1950*
  7. [Ec.] Christopher Sims[138] (Prof) - 2011
  8. [Ec.] Edward Prescott[474] (Prof) - 2004
  9. [Ec.] George Stigler[469] (Asst Prof) - 1982
  10. [Ec.] Leonid Hurwicz[163] (Prof) - 2007*
  11. [Ec.] Milton Friedman[297] (Assoc Prof) - 1976
  12. [Ec.] Robert Shiller[166] (Asst Prof) - 2013
  13. [Ec.] Thomas Sargent[147] (Prof) - 2011
  14. [Li.] Saul Bellow[485][699] (Assoc Prof) - 1976
  1. [Ph.] Arthur Compton[223] (Inst) - 1927
  2. [Ph.] Hans D. Jensen[350][351] (Vis Prof) - 1963
  3. [Ph.] Polykarp Kusch[506] (Res Asst) - 1955
  4. [Ec.] Finn Kydland[602] (Vis Sch) - 2004
  5. [Ec.] James Tobin[408] (Vis Prof) - 1981
  6. [Ec.] Robert Aumann[412] (Vis) - 2005

26th

Affiliates Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
University of Heidelberg, Germany
Notes: 1) Please distinguish the affiliations with research institutes in City of Heidelberg from the affiliations with University of Heidelberg. The University Count shown includes 29 affiliates with the university (excluding honorary degrees), while there are other "University Counts" which include affiliates with the city.[958][959]

2) Harald zur Hausen has been an honorary professor at the university since 1988. This is an honor-based position, which is not classified as an "appointment" in Hausen's C.V.[908][960] Thus, he is excluded from the following list, contrary to the University Count.

27 (Univ Count: 29)[959]
  1. [Ph.] Albert Michelson[743][959] (Grad Atten) - 1907
  2. [Ph.] Heike Onnes[961] (Grad Atten) - 1913
  3. [Ph.] James Franck[439][962] (UG Atten) - 1925
  4. [Ph.] Max Born[963] (UG Atten) - 1954
  5. [Ph.] Philipp Lenard[740] (PhD) - 1905
  6. [Ph.] Theodor Hänsch[587] (B.A, PhD) - 2005
  7. [Ph.] Wolfgang Ketterle[561] (B.A) - 2001
  8. [Ch.] Adolf von Baeyer[745] (Atten) - 1905
  9. [Ch.] Fritz Haber[251] (UG Atten) - 1918
  10. [Ch.] Stefan Hell[662] (PhD) - 2014
  11. [PM] Hans Spemann[846] (UG Atten) - 1935
  12. [PM] Otto Meyerhof[766] (M.D) - 1922
  13. [PM] Otto H. Warburg[768] (M.D) - 1931
  14. [Pe.] Charles Gobat[816] (J.D) - 1902
  15. [Li.] Carl Spitteler[964] (UG Atten) - 1919
  1. [Ph.] Hans D. Jensen[350] (Prof) - 1963*
  2. [Ph.] Philipp Lenard[740] (Prof) - 1905
  3. [Ph.] Walther Bothe[741] (Prof) - 1954*
  4. [Ch.] Carl Bosch[965] (Prof) - 1931*
  5. [Ch.] Friedrich Bergius[758] (Prof) - 1931*
  6. [Ch.] Georg Wittig[966] (Prof) - 1979*
  7. [Ch.] Karl Ziegler[458][967] (Assoc Prof) - 1963
  8. [Ch.] Richard Kuhn[841] (Prof) - 1938*
  9. [PM] Albrecht Kossel[773] (Prof) - 1910*
  10. [PM] Bert Sakmann[800] (Prof) - 1991
  1. [Ph.] Gabriel Lippmann[791] (Vis) - 1908
  2. [Ph.] Hans Dehmelt[968] (Vis Res) - 1989
  3. [Ph.] Wolfgang Ketterle[561] (Res Sci) - 2001
  4. [Ch.] Karl Ziegler[458] (Lect) - 1963
  5. [Ch.] Stefan Hell[662] (Adj Prof) - 2014
  6. [Pe.] Auguste Beernaert[784] (Vis Fel) - 1909

27th

Affiliates Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
University of California, San Diego, United States
Notes: 1) UCSD University Count only includes faculty members who are currently at UCSD.

2) Francis Crick was a Professor at the Salk Institute. There is no evidence that he was formally affiliated with UCSD.

26 (Univ Count: 5)[969]
  1. [Ch.] Venki Ramakrishnan[250] (Grad Atten) - 2009
  2. [PM] Bruce Beutler[462] (B.A) - 2011
  3. [PM] Susumu Tonegawa[574] (PhD) - 1987
  1. [Ph.] Duncan Haldane[204] (Prof) - 2016
  2. [Ph.] Hannes Alfvén[970] (Prof) - 1970
  3. [Ph.] Maria Mayer[443] (Prof) - 1963*
  4. [Ch.] Harold Urey[361] (Prof) - 1934
  5. [Ch.][Pe.] Linus Pauling[591] (Prof) - 1954, 1962
  6. [Ch.] Mario Molina[364] (Prof) - 1995
  7. [Ch.] Paul Crutzen[455] (Prof) - 1995
  8. [Ch.] Roger Tsien[63] (Prof) - 2008*
  9. [Ch.] Walter Kohn[68] (Prof) - 1998
  10. [Ch.] William Moerner[90] (Prof) - 2014
  11. [PM] George Palade[707] (Prof) - 1974
  12. [PM] Renato Dulbecco[971] (Prof) - 1975
  13. [Ec.] Clive Granger[972] (Prof) - 2003*
  14. [Ec.] Harry Markowitz[470] (Adj Prof) - 1990
  15. [Ec.] Robert Engle[578] (Prof) - 2003
  1. [Ph.] David M. Lee[25] (Vis Prof) - 1996
  2. [Ph.] Hans D. Jensen[350][973] (Vis Prof) - 1963
  3. [Ch.] Lars Onsager[254] (Vis Prof) - 1968
  4. [PM] Randy Schekman[389] (PSD) - 2013
  5. [PM] Robert Furchgott[974] (Vis Prof) - 1998
  6. [PM] Robert W. Holley[643] (Adj Prof) - 1968
  7. [PM] Rolf Zinkernagel[975] (Adj Assoc Prof) - 1975
  8. [PM] Sydney Brenner[976] (Adj Prof) - 2002

28th

Affiliates Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
University of Manchester, United Kingdom
25 (Univ Count: 25)[977]
  1. [Ph.] Charles T. R. Wilson[202] (UG Atten) - 1927
  2. [Ph.] James Chadwick[208] (B.S, M.S) - 1935
  3. [Ph.] John Cockcroft[209] (M.S) - 1951
  4. [Ph.] J. J. Thomson[210] (UG Atten) - 1906
  5. [Ch.] Arthur Harden[978] (B.S) - 1929
  6. [Ch.] John Polanyi[686][979] (B.S, M.S, PhD) - 1986
  7. [Ch.] Michael Smith[705] (B.S, PhD) - 1993
  8. [Ch.] Norman Haworth[830] (B.S, DSc) - 1937
  9. [Ch.] Robert Robinson[661] (B.S, PhD) - 1947
  1. [Ph.] Andre Geim[856] (Prof) - 2010*
  2. [Ph.] Konstantin Novoselov[980] (Prof) - 2010*
  3. [Ph.] Lawrence Bragg[211] (Prof) - 1915*
  4. [Ph.] Niels Bohr[230] (Prof) - 1922
  5. [Ph.] Patrick Blackett[216] (Prof) - 1948*
  6. [Ch.] Ernest Rutherford[236] (Prof) - 1908*
  7. [Ch.] Lord Todd[249] (Prof) - 1957
  8. [Ch.] Robert Robinson[661] (Prof) - 1947
  9. [PM] Archibald Hill[264] (Prof) - 1922
  10. [PM] John Sulston[981] (Prof) - 2002
  11. [Ec.] John Hicks[298] (Prof) - 1972
  12. [Ec.] Joseph Stiglitz[293] (Prof) - 2001
  13. [Ec.] W. A. Lewis[693] (Prof) - 1979
  1. [Ph.] Hans Bethe[225] (Lect) - 1967
  2. [Ph.] Nevill Mott[213] (Lect) - 1977
  3. [Ch.] Arthur Harden[978] (Lect) - 1929
  4. [Ch.] George de Hevesy[862] (Res) - 1943
  5. [Ch.] Melvin Calvin[371] (PSD) - 1961

29th

Affiliates Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
University of California, Los Angeles, United States
24 (Univ Count: 13)[982]
  1. [Ch.] Bruce Merrifield[895][983] (B.A, PhD) - 1984
  2. [Ch.] Glenn Seaborg[360] (B.A) - 1951
  3. [Ch.] Richard Heck[941] (B.A, PhD) - 2010
  4. [PM] Randy Schekman[389] (B.A) - 2013
  5. [Ec.] Elinor Ostrom[984] (B.A, M.A, PhD) - 2009
  6. [Ec.] William F. Sharpe[601] (B.A, PhD) - 1990
  7. [Pe.] Ralph Bunche[184] (B.A) - 1950
  1. [Ph.] Julian Schwinger[37] (Prof) - 1965
  2. [Ch.] Donald Cram[54] (Prof) - 1987*
  3. [Ch.] Fraser Stoddart[985] (Prof) - 2016
  4. [Ch.] Paul D. Boyer[594] (Prof) - 1997*
  5. [Ch.] Willard Libby[366] (Prof) - 1960*
  6. [PM] Louis Ignarro[527] (Prof) - 1998*
  7. [Ec.] Harry Markowitz[470] (Prof) - 1990
  8. [Ec.] James M. Buchanan[471] (Prof) - 1986
  9. [Ec.] Lloyd Shapley[141] (Prof) - 2012*
  10. [Li.] Bertrand Russell[171] (Prof) - 1950
  1. [Ph.] Julian Schwinger[37] (Vis Prof) - 1965
  2. [Ch.] Ahmed Zewail[375] (Vis Sch) - 1999
  3. [Ch.] Fraser Stoddart[985] (Sr. Vis Fel) - 2016
  4. [Ch.] Richard Heck[941] (PSD) - 2010
  5. [PM] Robert Furchgott[974] (Vis Prof) - 1998
  6. [Ec.] Chris Pissarides[158] (Vis) - 2010
  7. [Ec.] Eugene Fama[467](Vis Prof) - 2013
  8. [Ec.] Friedrich Hayek[475][603] (Vis Prof) - 1974
  9. [Ec.] Milton Friedman[297] (Vis Prof) - 1976
  10. [Pe.] Al Gore[986] (Lect) - 2007
University of Michigan, United States
24
  1. [Ph.] David Politzer[24] (B.S) - 2004
  2. [Ph.] Samuel Ting[507] (B.S, PhD) - 1976
  3. [Ch.] Jerome Karle[57] (PhD) - 1985
  4. [Ch.] Richard Smalley[461] (B.S) - 1996
  5. [PM] Marshall Nirenberg[987] (PhD) - 1968
  6. [PM] Stanley Cohen[988] (PhD) - 1986
  7. [PM] Thomas H. Weller[111] (B.A, M.S) - 1954
  8. [Ec.] Robert Shiller[166] (B.A) - 2013
  1. [Ph.] Carl Wieman[554] (Asst Prof) - 2001
  2. [Ph.] Donald Glaser[338] (Prof) - 1960
  3. [Ph.] Martin Perl[501] (Assoc Prof) - 1995
  4. [Ph.] Martinus Veltman[589] (Prof) - 1999
  5. [Li.] Joseph Brodsky[989] (Prof) - 1987
  1. [Ph.] Norman Ramsey[38] (Vis Prof) - 1989
  2. [Ph.] Wolfgang Pauli[682] (Vis Prof) - 1945
  3. [Ch.] Jerome Karle[57] (Res) - 1985
  4. [Ch.] Walter Kohn[68] (Vis Sch) - 1998
  5. [PM] Charles Huggins[93] (Inst) - 1966
  6. [PM] Hamilton O. Smith[946] (PSD) - 197
  7. [PM] Peyton Rous[876] (Inst) - 1966
  8. [Ec.] Daniel Kahneman[159] (Vis Sci) - 2002
  9. [Ec.] James Tobin[990] (Vis Prof) - 1981
  10. [Ec.] Lawrence Klein[671] (Lect) - 1980
  11. [Ec.] Leonid Hurwicz[163] (Vis Prof) - 2007
  12. [Li.] Czesław Miłosz (Vis Prof) - 1980
  13. [Li.] Joseph Brodsky[989] (Poet-in-Residence) - 1987
University of Wisconsin–Madison, United States
Notes: 1) The University Count does not include short-term academic staff.
24 (Univ Count: 19)[991]
  1. [Ph.] Jack Kilby[944] (M.S) - 2000
  2. [Ph.] John Bardeen[49] (B.S, M.S) - 1956, 1972
  3. [Ph.] John van Vleck[27] (B.A) - 1977
  4. [Ch.] Alan MacDiarmid[233] (M.S) - 2000
  5. [Ch.] Paul D. Boyer[594] (PhD) - 1997
  6. [Ch.] Stanford Moore[258] (PhD) - 1972
  7. [PM] Edward Tatum[463] (M.S, PhD) - 1958
  8. [PM] Erwin Neher[833] (M.S) - 1991
  9. [PM] Günter Blobel[899] (PhD) - 1999
  10. [PM] Herbert Gasser[731] (B.A, M.A) - 1944
  11. [PM] William Cecil Campbell[290] (PhD) - 2015
  12. [Ec.] Theodore Schultz[480] (PhD) - 1979
  13. [Li.] Saul Bellow[485] (Grad Atten) - 1976
  1. [Ph.] Eugene Wigner[446] (Prof) - 1963
  2. [Ph.] John van Vleck[27] (Prof) - 1977
  3. [PM] Gobind Khorana[287] (Prof) - 1968*
  4. [PM] Howard Temin[632] (Prof) - 1975*
  5. [PM] Joseph Erlanger[385] (Prof) - 1944
  6. [PM] Joshua Lederberg[525] (Prof) - 1958*
  7. [PM] Oliver Smithies[665] (Prof) - 2007
  1. [Ph.] Hans D. Jensen[350][621] (Vis Prof) - 1963
  2. [Ch.] John E. Walker[248] (PSD) - 1997
  3. [Ch.] Michael Smith[705] (PSD) - 1993
  4. [Ch.] Peter Debye[992][569] (Vis) - 1936
  5. [PM] Oliver Smithies[665] (PSD) - 2007
  6. [Ec.] Milton Friedman[297] (Vis Prof) - 1976
Washington University in St. Louis, United States
24 (Univ Count: 24)[993]
  1. [Ch.] William Moerner[90] (B.A, B.S) - 2014
  2. [PM] Daniel Nathans[532] (M.D) - 1954
  3. [PM] Earl Sutherland[994] (M.D) - 1971
  4. [PM] Edwin Krebs[945] (M.D) - 1992
  1. [Ph.] Arthur Compton[223] (Prof) - 1927
  2. [Ch.] Paul Berg[592] (Prof) - 1980
  3. [PM] Alfred Hershey[995] (Prof) - 1969
  4. [PM] Arthur Kornberg[996] (Prof) - 1959
  5. [PM] Carl Cori[127][997] (Prof) - 1947*
  6. [PM] Earl Sutherland [994] (Assoc Prof) - 1971
  7. [PM] Edward Doisy[97] (Assoc Prof) - 1943
  8. [PM] George D. Snell[100] (Asst Prof) - 1980
  9. [PM] Gerty Cori[998] (Prof) - 1947*
  10. [PM] Herbert Gasser[731] (Prof) - 1944
  11. [PM] Joseph Erlanger[385] (Prof) - 1944*
  12. [PM] Rita Levi-Montalcini[999] (Prof) - 1986*
  13. [PM] Robert Furchgott[732] (Asst Prof) - 1998
  14. [Ec.] Douglass North[296] (Prof) - 1993*
  1. [Ch.] Aaron Ciechanover[76] (Vis Prof) - 2004
  2. [Ch.] Brian Kobilka[590] (Med Resident) 2012
  3. [Ch.] Luis Leloir[256] (Res Asst) - 1970
  4. [Ch.] Paul Berg[592] (PSD) - 1980
  5. [PM] Arthur Kornberg[595] (Res) - 1959
  6. [PM] Christian de Duve[1,000] (Rockefeller Fel) 1974
  7. [PM] Hamilton O. Smith[993] (Med Intern) - 1978
  8. [PM] Severo Ochoa[670] (Res Assoc) - 1959
  9. [PM] Stanley Cohen[988] (PSD) - 1986

33rd

Affiliates Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
University of Zurich, Switzerland
23 (Univ Count: 12)[1,001][1,002]
  1. [Ph.] Albert Einstein[617] (PhD) - 1921
  2. [Ph.] Max Born[963] (UG Atten) - 1954
  3. [Ph.] Wilhelm Röntgen[837] (PhD) - 1901
  4. [Ch.] Alfred Werner[935] (PhD) - 1913
  5. [Ch.] Paul Karrer[1,003] (PhD) - 1937
  6. [Ch.] Walther Nernst[752] (UG Atten) - 1920
  7. [PM] Walter R. Hess[769] (M.D) - 1949
  8. [Li.] Carl Spitteler[964] (UG Atten) - 1919
  1. [Ph.] Albert Einstein[617] (Prof) - 1921
  2. [Ph.] Erwin Schrödinger[656] (Prof) - 1933
  3. [Ph.] K. Alex Müller[934] (Prof) - 1987
  4. [Ph.] Max Laue[738] (Prof) - 1914
  5. [Ch.] Alfred Werner[935] (Prof) - 1913*
  6. [Ch.] Paul Karrer[1,003] (Prof) - 1937*
  7. [Ch.] Peter Debye[568] (Prof) - 1936
  8. [PM] Rolf Zinkernagel[975] (Prof) - 1996*
  9. [PM] Walter R. Hess[769] (Prof) - 1949*
  10. [Li.] Theodor Mommsen[781] (Prof) - 1902
  1. [Ch.] Jean-Pierre Sauvage[1,004] (Vis Prof) - 2016
  2. [Ch.] Leopold Ružička[1,005] (Lect) - 1939
  3. [Ch.][Pe.] Linus Pauling[626][591] (Res) - 1954, 1962
  4. [PM] Emil Kocher[1,006][1,007] (Vis) - 1909
  5. [PM] Eric Wieschaus[689] (PSD) - 1995
  6. [PM] George Wald[118] (NRC Fel) - 1967
  7. [PM] Hamilton O. Smith[946] (Guggenheim Fel) - 1978
  8. [PM] Henrik Dam[865] (Rockefeller Fel) - 1943
  9. [PM] Karl Landsteiner[900] (Res) - 1930

34th

Affiliates Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
City University of New York, United States
Notes: 1) The University Count only includes alumni (excluding attendees).

2) The following laureates have unclear visiting positions at the university and will not be counted for now: Gerald Edelman.[19]

21 (Univ Count: 13)[1,008]
  1. [Ph.] Arno Penzias[43] (B.S) - 1978
  2. [Ph.] Leon Lederman[441] (B.S) - 1988
  3. [Ph.] Robert Hofstadter[586] (B.S) - 1961
  4. [Ch.] Herbert Hauptman[515] (B.S) - 1985
  5. [Ch.] Jerome Karle[57] (B.S) - 1985
  6. [Ch.] Paul Berg[592] (UG Atten) - 1980
  7. [PM] Arthur Kornberg[996] (B.S) - 1959
  8. [PM] Gertrude Elion[883] (B.S) - 1988
  9. [PM] John O'Keefe[884] (B.A) - 2014
  10. [PM] Julius Axelrod[885] (B.S) - 1970
  11. [PM] Rosalyn Yalow[947] (B.S) - 1977
  12. [PM] Stanley Cohen[988] (B.S) - 1986
  13. [Ec.] Kenneth Arrow[152] (B.A) - 1972
  14. [Ec.] Robert Aumann[412] (B.S) - 2005
  15. [Pe.] Henry Kissinger[1,009] (UG Atten) - 1973
  1. [PM] Luc Montagnier[1,010] (Prof) - 2008
  2. [Ec.] Harry Markowitz[470] (Prof) - 1990*
  3. [Ec.] Paul Krugman[1,011] (Prof) - 2008
  4. [Pe.] Elie Wiesel[1,012] (Prof) - 1986
  1. [Ph.] Robert Hofstadter[586] (Inst) - 1961
  2. [PM] Rosalyn Yalow[1,013] (Lect) - 1977
  3. [Ec.] Lawrence Klein[671] (Distinguished Vis Prof) - 1980
  4. [Li.] Joseph Brodsky[989] (Vis Prof) - 1987
Collège de France, France
Notes: 1) The following laureates have unclear visiting positions at Collège de France and will not be counted for now: Gerald Edelman.[19]
21
  1. [Ph.] Georges Charpak[1,014] (PhD) - 1992
  2. [Ch.] Paul Sabatier[1,015] (PhD) - 1912
  1. [Ph.] Pierre de Gennes[355] (Prof) - 1991*
  2. [Ph.] Serge Haroche[51] (Prof) - 2012
  3. [Ch.] Frédéric Joliot-Curie[796] (Prof) - 1935
  4. [Ch.] Jean-Marie Lehn[80] (Prof) - 1987*
  5. [PM] Charles Nicolle[801] (Prof) - 1928
  6. [PM] François Jacob[804] (Prof) - 1965
  7. [PM] Jacques Monod[639] (Prof) - 1965
  8. [PM] Jean Dausset[130] (Prof) - 1980*
  9. [Li.] Henri Bergson[809] (Prof) - 1927
  1. [Ph.] Albert Michelson[743] (Vis) - 1907
  2. [Ph.] Murray Gell-Mann[229] (Vis Prof) - 1969
  3. [Ph.] Nico Bloembergen[30] (Vis Prof) - 1981
  4. [Ph.] Roy Glauber[33] (Vis Prof) - 2005
  5. [Ph.] Steven Chu[333] (Vis Prof) - 1997
  6. [Ch.] Ahmed Zewail[375] (Vis Prof) - 1999
  7. [Ch.] Alfred Werner[935] (Res) - 1913
  8. [PM] Corneille Heymans[923] (Res) - 1938
  9. [PM] Roger Guillemin[1,016][1,017] (Res) - 1977
  10. [PM] Stanley Prusiner[390] (Vis Prof) - 1997
University of Freiburg, Germany
Notes: 1) Dudley Herschbach was a Guggenheim Fellow at Freiburg, but he is excluded because he does not classify this award-based visiting position as an appointment.[831]
21 (Univ Count: 10)[1,018]
  1. [Ph.] Hans D. Jensen[350] (UG Atten) - 1963
  2. [Ch.] Adolf Windaus[744] (PhD) - 1928
  3. [Ch.] George de Hevesy[862] (PhD) - 1943
  4. [Ch.] Joachim Frank[253] (B.S) - 2017
  5. [Ch.] Mario Molina[364] (M.S) - 1995
  6. [PM] Bert Sakmann[765] (UG Atten) - 1991
  7. [PM] Georges Köhler[1,019] (PhD) - 1984
  8. [PM] Hans A. Krebs[288] (UG Atten) - 1953
  9. [PM] Otto Meyerhof[766] (Med Atten) - 1922
  10. [PM] Otto H. Warburg[951] (UG Atten) - 1931
  11. [PM] Paul Ehrlich[774] (Med Atten) - 1908
  1. [Ch.] Georg Wittig[966] (Assoc Prof) - 1979
  2. [Ch.] George de Hevesy[862] (Prof) - 1943
  3. [Ch.] Heinrich Wieland[747] (Prof) - 1927
  4. [Ch.] Hermann Staudinger[839] (Prof) - 1953*
  5. [PM] Hans Spemann[846] (Prof)- 1935*
  6. [PM] Harald zur Hausen[908] (Prof) - 2008
  7. [Ec.] Friedrich Hayek[475] (Prof) - 1974
  1. [Ch.] Adolf Windaus[744] (Lect) - 1928
  2. [PM] Christiane Volhard[1,020] (PSD) - 1995
  3. [PM] Henrik Dam[865] (Rockefeller Fel) - 1943
  4. [PM] Philip Hench[851][852] (Vis) - 1950
  5. [PM] Robert Bárány[1,021] (Vis) - 1914
University of Washington, United States
21
  1. [PM] George Hitchings[101] (B.S) - 1988
  2. [PM] Jeffrey C. Hall[641][1,022] (M.S, PhD) - 2017
  3. [PM] Linda Buck[122] (B.S) - 2004
  4. [PM] Martin Rodbell[875] (PhD) - 1994
  5. [Ec.] George Stigler[469] (B.A) - 1982
  1. [Ph.] David Thouless[203] (Prof) - 2016*
  2. [Ph.] Hans Dehmelt[825] (Prof) - 1989*
  3. [PM] Donnall Thomas[96] (Prof) - 1990
  4. [PM] Edmond H. Fischer[1,023] (Prof) - 1992*
  5. [PM] Edwin Krebs[945] (Prof) - 1992*
  6. [PM] Leland Hartwell[571] (Prof) - 2001
  7. [PM] Linda Buck[122] (Prof) - 2004
  8. [Ec.] Douglass North[296] (Prof) - 1993
  9. [Ec.] William F. Sharpe[601] (Prof) - 1990
  1. [Ph.] Arthur Compton[1,024] (Walker-Ames Vis Prof) - 1927
  2. [Ph.] Arthur B. McDonald[613] (Vis) - 2015
  3. [Ph.] David Wineland[23] (PSD) - 2012
  4. [Ph.] Hans Bethe[225] (Vis Prof) - 1967
  5. [Ph.] Hans Dehmelt[825] (Vis Asst Prof) - 1989
  6. [Ph.] William A. Fowler[231] (Walker-Ames Vis Prof) - 1983
  7. [Ch.] Walter Kohn[68] (Vis Sch) - 1998
  8. [PM] Joseph L. Goldstein[131] (Special NIH Fel) - 1985

38th

Affiliates Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
Carnegie Mellon University, United States
Notes: 1) CMU University Count includes Edward S. Rubin who was a coordinating lead author on organization IPCC, which shared the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize. Rubin is thus excluded from the following list.

2) Thomas Sargent is included in the following list but not the University list.

20 (Univ Count: 20)[1,025]
  1. [Ph.] Clifford Shull[560] (B.S) - 1994
  2. [Ph.] John L. Hall[1,026] (B.S, PhD) - 2005
  3. [Ec.] Dale Mortensen[645] (PhD) - 2010
  4. [Ec.] Edward Prescott[474] (PhD) - 2004
  5. [Ec.] Finn Kydland[1,027] (PhD) - 2004
  6. [Ec.] John F. Nash[577] (B.S, M.S) - 1994
  7. [Ec.] Oliver Williamson[164] (PhD) - 2009
  1. [Ph.] Clinton Davisson[430] (Asst Prof) - 1937
  2. [Ph.] Otto Stern[939] (Prof) - 1943*
  3. [Ch.] John Pople[240] (Prof) - 1998
  4. [Ch.] Walter Kohn[68] (Prof) - 1998
  5. [Ec.] Edward Prescott[474] (Prof) - 2004
  6. [Ec.] Franco Modigliani[539] (Prof) - 1985
  7. [Ec.] Finn Kydland[602] (Prof) - 2004*
  8. [Ec.] Herbert A. Simon[407] (Prof) - 1978*
  9. [Ec.] Lars P. Hansen[162] (Assoc Prof) - 2013
  10. [Ec.] Merton Miller[142] (Prof) - 1990
  11. [Ec.] Robert Lucas Jr [473] (Prof) - 1995
  1. [Ch.] Ada Yonath[456] (PSD) - 2009
  2. [Ch.] Paul Flory[593] (Res) - 1974
  3. [PM] Paul Lauterbur[599] (Res) - 2003
  4. [Ec.] Finn Kydland[602] (Vis Fel) - 2004
  5. [Ec.] Thomas Sargent[147] (Res Assoc) - 2011
Goethe University Frankfurt (University of Frankfurt), Germany
20 (Univ Count: 18)[1,028]
  1. [Ph.] Gerd Binnig[588] (B.A, PhD) - 1986
  2. [Ph.] Horst Störmer[505] (B.A) - 1998
  3. [Ph.] Peter Grünberg[448] (B.A) - 2007
  4. [Ch.] Lord Todd[249] (PhD) - 1957
  5. [PM] Christiane Volhard[1,020] (UG Atten) - 1995
  6. [PM] Günter Blobel[845] (UG Atten) - 1999
  7. [Ec.] Reinhard Selten[411] (B.A, PhD) - 1994
  1. [Ph.] Max Born[228] (Prof) - 1954
  2. [Ph.] Max Laue[738] (Prof) - 1914*
  3. [PM] Niels Jerne[642] (Prof) - 1984
  4. [PM] Paul Ehrlich[1,028] (Prof) - 1908
  1. [Ph.] Hans Bethe[225] (Inst) - 1967
  2. [Ph.] Otto Stern[939] (Privatdozent) - 1943
  3. [Ch.] Hartmut Michel[838] (Adj Prof) - 1988
  4. [Ch.] Jean-Marie Lehn[80] (Heinrich Hertz Vis Prof) - 1987
  5. [Ch.] Karl Ziegler[458] (Lect) - 1963
  6. [Ch.] Paul Karrer[1,003] (Res) - 1937
  7. [PM] Otto Loewi[848] (Res) - 1936
  8. [PM] Robert Bárány[1,021] (Vis) - 1914
  9. [PM] Ulf von Euler[928][1,029] (Rockefeller Fel) - 1970
London School of Economics and Political Science, United Kingdom
Notes: 1) Óscar Arias and Harry Markowitz are included in the following list but not the University Count.
20 (Univ Count: 18)[1,030]
  1. [Ec.] Chris Pissarides[158] (PhD) - 2010
  2. [Ec.] Leonid Hurwicz[163] (UG Atten) - 2007
  3. [Ec.] Robert Mundell[478] (UG Atten) - 1999
  4. [Ec.] Ronald Coase[479] (B.Com) - 1991
  5. [Ec.] W. A. Lewis[693] (B.S, PhD) - 1979
  6. [Pe.] Óscar Arias[1,031] (M.A) - 1987
  7. [Pe.] Juan Santos[1,032] (M.S) - 2016
  1. [Ec.] Amartya Sen[151] (Prof) - 1998
  2. [Ec.] Chris Pissarides[158] (Prof) - 2010*
  3. [Ec.] Friedrich Hayek[475] (Prof) - 1974
  4. [Ec.] George Akerlof[402] (Prof) - 2001
  5. [Ec.] James Meade[295] (Prof) - 1977
  6. [Ec.] Oliver S. Hart[153] (Prof) - 2016
  7. [Ec.] Ronald Coase[479] (Reader) - 1991
  8. [Pe.] Philip Noel-Baker[1,030] (Prof) - 1959
  9. [Li.] G. Bernard Shaw[1,030] (Founder) - 1925
  1. [Ec.] Harry Markowitz[470] (Vis Prof) - 1990
  2. [Ec.] Merton Miller[142] (Vis Asst Lect) - 1990
  3. [Ec.] Paul Krugman[1,033] (Assoc) - 2008
  4. [Ec.] Sir John Hicks[298] (Lect) - 1972
  5. [Pe.] Ralph Bunche[184] (PSD) - 1950
  6. [Li.] Bertrand Russell[171][1,030] (Lect) - 1950
University of Vienna, Austria
20 (Univ Count: 9)[1,034]
  1. [Ph.] Erwin Schrödinger[1,035] (PhD) - 1933
  2. [Ch.] Max Perutz[241] (B.S) - 1962
  3. [Ch.] Richard Kuhn[841] (UG Atten) - 1938
  4. [Ch.] Richard Zsigmondy[763] (UG Atten) - 1925
  5. [PM] Allvar Gullstrand[1,036][1,037] (Med Atten) - 1911
  6. [PM] Julius Wagner-Jauregg[1,038] (M.D) - 1927
  7. [PM] Karl Landsteiner[900] (M.D) - 1930
  8. [PM] Karl von Frisch[849] (PhD) - 1973
  9. [PM] Konrad Lorenz[526] (M.D, PhD) - 1973
  10. [PM] Robert Bárány[1,021] (M.D) - 1914
  11. [Ec.] Friedrich Hayek[475] (PhD) - 1974
  12. [Li.] Elfriede Jelinek[1,039] (UG Atten) - 2004
  13. [Li.] Elias Canetti[1,040] (PhD) - 1981
  14. [Li.] Ivo Andric[1,041] (UG Atten) - 1961
  1. [Ph.] Erwin Schrödinger[1,035] (Asst Prof) - 1933
  2. [Ph.] Victor Hess[1,042] (Asst Prof) - 1936
  3. [Ch.] Hans Fischer[761] (Prof) - 1930
  4. [PM] Karl Landsteiner[900] (Prof) - 1930
  5. [PM] Otto Loewi[848] (Prof) - 1936
  6. [PM] Robert Bárány[1,021] (Prof) - 1914*
  1. [PM] Carl Cori[127] (PSD) - 1947
  2. [PM] Corneille Heymans[923] (Res) - 1938
  3. [PM] George Whipple[388] (Vis) - 1934

42nd

Affiliates Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
Imperial College London, United Kingdom
Notes: 1) Peter Higgs and Charles Kao are included in the following list but not the University Count.

2) Konrad Bloch was a Guggenheim Fellow at Imperial College London in 1961, but he is excluded because he does not classify this award-based position as appointment.[534]

19 (Univ Count: 14)[1,043]
  1. [Ch.] Derek Barton[79] (B.S, PhD) - 1969
  2. [Ch.] Geoffrey Wilkinson[72] (B.S, PhD) - 1973
  3. [PM] Alexander Fleming[1,044] (B.S, M.B) - 1945
  4. [PM] Frederick Hopkins[1,045] (UG Atten) - 1929
  1. [Ph.] Abdus Salam[198] (Prof) - 1979*
  2. [Ph.] Dennis Gabor[1,046] (Prof) - 1971
  3. [Ph.] George P. Thomson[207] (Prof) - 1937*
  4. [Ph.] Patrick Blackett[216] (Prof) - 1948
  5. [Ch.] Derek Barton[79] (Prof) - 1969*
  6. [Ch.] Geoffrey Wilkinson[72] (Prof) - 1973*
  7. [Ch.] George Porter[239][1,047] (Prof) - 1967
  8. [PM] Alexander Fleming[1,044] (Prof) - 1945*
  9. [PM] Ernest Chain[284] (Prof) - 1945
  10. [PM] Rodney Porter[274] (Prof) - 1972
  1. [Ph.] Charles Kao[citation needed] (Vis Prof) - 2009
  2. [Ph.] Peter Higgs[922] (Res Fel) - 2013
  3. [Ph.] Steven Weinberg[41] (Vis) - 1979
  4. [Ch.] Cyril Hinshelwood[1,048] (Sr. Res Fel) - 1956
  5. [Ch.] Norman Haworth[830] (Demonstrator) - 1937
  6. [Ch.] Walter Kohn[68] (Vis Sch) - 1998
  7. [PM] Andrew Huxley[1,043] (Fel) - 1963
  8. [PM] Stanley Prusiner[390] (Leverhulme Vis Prof) - 1997
Northwestern University, United States
19
  1. [PM] Robert Furchgott[974] (PhD) - 1998
  2. [Ec.] George Stigler[469] (M.B.A) - 1982
  3. [Li.] Saul Bellow[485] (B.S) - 1976
  1. [Ch.] Fraser Stoddart[985] (Prof) - 2016*
  2. [Ch.] John Pople[240] (Prof) - 1998*
  3. [Ec.] Bengt Holmström[481] (Assoc Prof) - 2016
  4. [Ec.] Dale Mortensen[645] (Prof) - 2010*
  5. [Ec.] Franco Modigliani[1,049] (Prof) - 1985
  6. [Ec.] Roger Myerson[146] (Prof) - 2007
  1. [Ch.] Aaron Ciechanover[76] (Vis Adj Prof) - 2004
  2. [Ch.] Jean-Pierre Sauvage[1,004] (Vis Sch) - 2016
  3. [PM] Ferid Murad[596] (Adj Prof) - 1998
  4. [Ec.] Edward Prescott[474] (Vis Prof) - 2004
  5. [Ec.] Lars P. Hansen[162] (Nemmers Vis Prof) - 2013
  6. [Ec.] Leonid Hurwicz[163] (Vis Prof) - 2007
  7. [Ec.] Oliver Williamson[164] (Vis Prof) - 2009
  8. [Ec.] Robert Aumann[412] (Nemmers Vis Prof) - 2005
  9. [Ec.] Robert Lucas Jr[473] (Vis Prof) - 1995
  10. [Pe.] Ralph Bunche[184] (PSD) - 1950
University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Notes: 1) The University Count of Edinburgh includes laureates with honorary degrees, which are not included in the following list.

2) Contrary to the University Count, Edward V. Appleton (former Principal), Alexander Fleming (former Rector) and Winston Churchill (former Rector) are excluded from the following list.[1,050] These positions are administrative instead of academic positions.

19 (Univ Count: 21)[1,050]
  1. [Ph.] Igor Tamm[1,051] (UG Atten) - 1958
  2. [Ch.] Fraser Stoddart[985] (B.S, PhD) - 2016
  3. [Ch.] Richard Henderson[244] (B.S) - 2017
  4. [PM] Peter C. Doherty[1,052] (PhD) - 1996
  5. [PM] Robert G. Edwards[280] (PhD) - 2010
  6. [Ec.] James Mirrlees[292] (M.A) - 1996
  1. [Ph.] Charles Barkla[224] (Prof) - 1917*
  2. [Ph.] Max Born[228] (Prof) - 1954*
  3. [Ph.] Peter Higgs[922] (Prof) - 2013*
  4. [Ch.] Peter D. Mitchell[243] (Prof) - 1978
  5. [PM] Hermann J. Muller[524] (Prof) - 1946
  1. [Ch.] Lord Todd[249] (Res) - 1957
  2. [Ch.] Kurt Wüthrich[380] (Vis Prof) - 2002
  3. [Ch.] Vincent du Vigneaud[726] (NRC Fel) - 1955
  4. [PM] Edvard Moser[924] (PSD) - 2014
  5. [PM] May-Britt Moser[926] (PSD) - 2014
  6. [PM] Michael Rosbash[572] (PSD) - 2017
  7. [PM] Paul Nurse[901] (PSD) - 2001
  8. [Pe.] Joseph Rotblat[1,050] (Montague Vis Prof) - 1995
University of Strasbourg, France
Notes: 1) This count includes affiliates of predecessor institutions before their reunification in 2009.
19
  1. [Ph.] Louis Néel[793] (PhD) - 1970
  2. [Ph.] Max Laue[738] (UG Atten) - 1914
  3. [Ch.] Emil Fischer[754] (PhD) - 1902
  4. [Ch.] Jean-Marie Lehn[80] (B.S, PhD) - 1987
  5. [PM] Albrecht Kossel[773] (Med Atten) - 1910
  6. [PM] Alphonse Laveran[1,053] (M.D) - 1907
  7. [PM] Jules Hoffmann[1,054] (B.S, PhD) - 2011
  8. [PM] Otto Loewi[848] (M.D) - 1936
  9. [PM] Otto Meyerhof[766] (Med Atten) - 1922
  10. [PM] Paul Ehrlich[774] (Med Atten) - 1908
  11. [Pe.] Albert Schweitzer[1,055] (M.D, PhD) - 1952
  12. [Pe.] Ludwig Quidde[835] (UG Atten) - 1927
  1. [Ph.] Karl Braun[737] (Prof) - 1909*
  2. [Ph.] Louis Néel[793] (Prof) - 1970
  3. [Ph.] Wilhelm Röntgen[837] (Prof) - 1901
  4. [Ch.] Adolf von Baeyer[745] (Prof) - 1905
  5. [Ch.] Jean-Marie Lehn[80] (Prof) - 1987*
  6. [Ch.] Jean-Pierre Sauvage[1,004] (Prof) - 2016*
  7. [Ch.] Martin Karplus[59] (Prof) - 2013*
  8. [PM] Jules Hoffmann[1,054] (Prof) - 2011*
  1. [Ph.] Pieter Zeeman[1,056] (PSD) - 1902
  2. [Ch.] Hans Euler-Chelpin[746][1,057] (Vis) - 1929
  3. [Ch.] Hermann Staudinger[839] (Lect) - 1953
  4. [PM] Albrecht Kossel[773] (Lect) - 1910

46th

Affiliates Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
Case Western Reserve University, United States
Notes: 1) Corneille Heymans is included in the following list but not the University Count.
18 (Univ Count: 15)[1,058]
  1. [Ph.] Donald Glaser[338] (B.S) - 1960
  2. [Ph.] Polykarp Kusch[506] (B.S) - 1955
  3. [Ch.] Paul Berg[592] (PhD) - 1980
  4. [PM] Alfred G. Gilman[706] (M.D, PhD) - 1994
  5. [PM] Ferid Murad[596] (M.D, PhD) - 1998
  6. [PM] Paul Lauterbur[1,059] (B.S) - 2003
  7. [Ec.] Edward Prescott[474] (M.A) - 2004
  8. [Ec.] Richard Thaler[477] (B.A.) - 2017
  1. [Ph.] Albert Michelson[436] (Prof) - 1907
  2. [Ph.] Frederick Reines[341] (Prof) - 1995
  3. [Ch.] George Olah[1,060][1,061] (Prof) - 1994
  4. [PM] Earl Sutherland[994] (Prof) - 1971
  5. [PM] Frederick Robbins[99] (Prof) - 1954*
  6. [PM] John J. R. Macleod[1,062] (Prof) - 1923
  1. [Ch.] Irwin Rose[452] (PSD) - 2004
  2. [Ch.] Peter Agre[872] (Med Trainee) - 2003
  3. [PM] Corneille Heymans[923] (Res) - 1938
  4. [PM] George Hitchings[101] (PSD) - 1988
École Normale Supérieure, France
Notes: 1) Samuel Beckett is included in the following list but not the University Count.
18 (Univ Count: 13)[1,063]
  1. [Ph.] Albert Fert[788] (B.A) - 2007
  2. [Ph.] Alfred Kastler[789] (B.A, PhD) - 1966
  3. [Ph.] Claude Cohen-Tannoudji[562] (B.A, PhD) - 1997
  4. [Ph.] Gabriel Lippmann[791] (UG Atten) - 1908
  5. [Ph.] Jean Perrin[792] (B.A) - 1926
  6. [Ph.] Louis Néel[793] (B.A) - 1970
  7. [Ph.] Pierre de Gennes[355] (B.A) - 1991
  8. [Ph.] Serge Haroche[51] (B.A) - 2012
  9. [Ch.] Paul Sabatier[1,015] (B.A) - 1912
  10. [Ec.] Gérard Debreu[403] (UG Atten) - 1983
  11. [Li.] Henri Bergson[809] (B.A) - 1927
  12. [Li.] Jean Sartre[810] (B.A, M.A) - 1964
  13. [Li.] Romain Rolland[812] (B.A) - 1915
  1. [Ph.] Alfred Kastler[789] (Prof) - 1966*
  2. [Ph.] Serge Haroche[51] (Prof) - 2012*
  1. [Ph.] Nico Bloembergen[30] (Vis Prof) - 1981
  2. [Ph.] Richard E. Taylor[357][1,064] (Vis Sch) - 1990
  3. [Ph.] Theodor Hänsch[587] (Vis Prof) - 2005
  4. [Ph.] William D. Phillips[559] (Vis Prof) - 1997
  5. [Ch.] Ahmed Zewail[375] (Vis Prof) - 1999
  6. [Ch.] Walter Kohn[1,065] (Vis Sch) - 1998
  7. [Li.] Henri Bergson[809] (Lect) - 1927
  8. [Li.] Samuel Beckett[1,066] (Lect) - 1969
Technical University of Munich, Germany
Notes: 1) Eduard Buchner is included in the following list but not the University Count.
18 (Univ Count: 17)[853]
  1. [Ph.] Ernst Ruska[1,067] (Atten) - 1986
  2. [Ph.] Rudolf Mössbauer[616] (B.A, PhD) - 1961
  3. [Ph.] Wolfgang Ketterle[561] (M.A) - 2001
  4. [Ph.] Wolfgang Paul[829] (UG Atten) - 1989
  5. [Ch.] Eduard Buchner[757][1,068] (UG Atten) - 1907
  6. [Ch.] Ernst Otto Fischer[842] (B.A, PhD) - 1973
  7. [Ch.] Gerhard Ertl[377] (PhD) - 2007
  8. [Ch.] Joachim Frank[253] (PhD) - 2017
  9. [Ch.] Johann Deisenhofer[1,069] (M.S, PhD) - 1988
  10. [Ch.] Robert Huber[1,070] (B.S, PhD) - 1988
  11. [PM] Erwin Neher[833] (PhD) - 1991
  12. [PM] Konrad Bloch[121] (B.S) - 1964
  13. [Li.] Thomas Mann[853] (UG Atten) - 1929
  1. [Ph.] Gustav Hertz[824][736] (Director) - 1925
  2. [Ph.] Klaus von Klitzing[657] (Prof) - 1985
  3. [Ph.] Rudolf Mössbauer[616] (Prof) - 1961*
  4. [Ch.] Ernst Otto Fischer[842] (Prof) - 1973*
  5. [Ch.] Hans Fischer[761] (Prof) - 1930*
  6. [Ch.] Heinrich Wieland[747] (Prof) - 1927
  1. [Ch.] Gerhard Ertl[377] (Lect) - 2007
  2. [Ch.] Robert Huber[1,070] (Apl. Prof) - 1988
  3. [Ch.] Rudolph Marcus[627] (Distinguished Adj Prof) - 1992
University of Leipzig (Karl Marx University), Germany
18
  1. [Ph.] Felix Bloch[45] (PhD) - 1952
  2. [Ch.] Carl Bosch[965] (PhD) - 1931
  3. [Ch.] Friedrich Bergius[758] (PhD) - 1931
  4. [PM] Bernard Katz[915] (M.D) - 1970
  5. [Pe.] Gustav Stresemann[1,071] (PhD) - 1926
  1. [Ph.] Gustav Hertz[736] (Prof) - 1925
  2. [Ph.] Werner Heisenberg[449] (Prof) - 1932*
  3. [Ch.] Peter Debye[568] (Prof) - 1936
  4. [Ch.] Wilhelm Ostwald[89] (Prof) - 1909*
  5. [Pe.] Nathan Söderblom[1,072] (Prof) - 1930
  6. [Li.] Theodor Mommsen[781] (Prof) - 1902
  1. [Ph.] Felix Bloch[45] (Privatdozent) - 1952
  2. [Ph.] Isidor Rabi[498] (Res Fel) - 1944
  3. [Ph.] Sin-Itiro Tomonaga[1,073] (PSD) - 1965
  4. [Ch.] Fritz Pregl[759][760] (Vis) - 1923
  5. [Ch.] Theodore W. Richards[64][764] (Vis) - 1914
  6. [Ch.] Walther Nernst[752] (Res) - 1920
  7. [PM] Haldan Hartline[730][850] (Res Fel) - 1967
  8. [PM] John J. R. Macleod[1,062] (Anderson Res Fel) - 1923

50th

Affiliates Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
Kyoto University, Japan
17
  1. [Ph.] Hideki Yukawa[504] (B.S) - 1949
  2. [Ph.] Isamu Akasaki[1,074] (B.S) - 2014
  3. [Ph.] Sin-Itiro Tomonaga[1,073] (B.S) - 1965
  4. [Ch.] Kenichi Fukui[1,075] (B.S) - 1981
  5. [Ch.] Ryoji Noyori[87] (B.S, M.S, PhD) - 2001
  6. [PM] Susumu Tonegawa[574] (B.S) - 1987
  7. [PM] Yoshinori Ohsumi[1,076] (Grad Atten) - 2016
  1. [Ph.] Hideki Yukawa[504](Prof) - 1949*
  2. [Ph.] Toshihide Maskawa[1,077] (Prof) - 2008*
  3. [Ch.] Kenichi Fukui[1,075] (Prof) - 1981*
  4. [PM] Shinya Yamanaka[1,078] (Prof) - 2012*
  1. [Ph.] Anthony Leggett[42] (Res Assoc) - 2003
  2. [Ph.] Makoto Kobayashi[1,079] (Res Assoc) - 2008
  3. [Ph.] Theodor Hänsch[587] (Vis Prof) - 2005
  4. [Ph.] Willis Lamb[334] (Vis Prof) - 1955
  5. [Ch.] Aaron Ciechanover[76] (Vis Prof) - 2004
  6. [Ch.] Alan MacDiarmid[233][1,080] (Vis Prof) - 2000
  7. [Ch.] Ryoji Noyori[87] (Inst) - 2001
  8. [Ec.] Oliver Williamson[164] (Vis Prof) - 2009
  9. [Pe.] Aung Suu Kyi[675] (Vis Sch) - 1991
Uppsala University, Sweden
17 (Univ Count: 8)[1,081]
  1. [Ph.] Hannes Alfvén[970] (PhD) - 1970
  2. [Ph.] Kai Siegbahn[1,082] (B.A) - 1981
  3. [Ch.] Arne Tiselius[684] (B.A, PhD) - 1948
  4. [Ch.] Svante Arrhenius[1,083] (PhD) - 1903
  5. [Ch.] Theodor Svedberg[1,084] (B.A, M.A, PhD) - 1926
  6. [PM] Allvar Gullstrand[1,036] (UG Atten) - 1911
  7. [Pe.] Alva Myrdal[1,085] (M.A) - 1982
  8. [Pe.] Dag Hammarskjöld[1,086] (B.A) - 1961
  9. [Pe.] Hjalmar Branting[1,087] (B.S) - 1921
  10. [Pe.] Nathan Söderblom[1,072] (B.A) - 1930
  11. [Li.] Erik Karlfeldt[1,088] (B.A) - 1931
  12. [Li.] Pär Lagerkvist[1,089] (UG Atten) - 1951
  1. [Ph.] Hannes Alfvén[970] (Prof) - 1970
  2. [Ph.] Kai Siegbahn[1,082] (Prof) - 1981*
  3. [Ph.] Manne Siegbahn[1,090] (Prof) - 1924*
  4. [Ch.] Arne Tiselius[684] (Prof) - 1948*
  5. [Ch.] Theodor Svedberg[1,084] (Prof) - 1926*
  6. [PM] Allvar Gullstrand[1,036] (Prof) - 1911*
  7. [PM] Hugo Theorell[1,091] (Assoc Prof) - 1955
  8. [PM] Robert Bárány[1,021] (Prof) - 1914
  9. [Pe.] Nathan Söderblom[1,072] (Prof) - 1930
  1. [Ch.] James B. Sumner[56][1,092] (Guggenheim Fel) - 1946
  2. [PM] Andrew Schally[1,093][1,094] (Vis Res) - 1977

Other universities (51st–)Edit

See alsoEdit

NotesEdit

  1. ^ These laureates are not counted as affiliates: Martin Chalfie (LMB Postdoc), Michael Smith (LMB Visitor), Roger Kornberg (LMB Postdoc), Sidney Altman (LMB Visitor), Andrew Fire (LMB Postdoc), Georges Köhler (LMB Postdoc), Robert Horvitz (LMB Postdoc).
  2. ^ From 1931-1971 the lab was named "University of California Radiation Laboratory" (1931-1958) and "Lawrence Radiation Laboratory" (1958-1971), and was widely regarded as a part of the University of California, Berkeley. In 1971, the lab was renamed "Lawrence Berkeley Lab" with its Livermore branch becoming a separate lab "Lawrence Livermore Lab", both of which were counted as a part of the University of California. In 1995, the lab was renamed "Lawrence Berkeley National Lab" as a national lab of U.S. Department of Energy, being officially managed by the University of California.
  3. ^ Even though the laboratory (as Project Y) was officially managed by University of California, Berkeley after its establishment in 1943, the initial appointments in the lab were for military purposes only and were not academic appointments. After the Manhattan Project the lab was renamed "Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory" in January 1, 1947, and in 1952 the lab became officially managed by the University of California when the latter was separated from UC Berkeley. In 1981, the lab was renamed "Los Alamos National Laboratory" as a national lab of U.S. Department of Energy.
  4. ^ These laureates are not affiliates: John Gurdon (2006 Lecture), Lord Todd (1957 Lecture), Irving Langmuir (1946 Lecture), Peter Debye (1932 Lecture), etc.
  5. ^ Although Alan Heeger, Brian Kobilka, Johann Deisenhofer and John Pople used Argonne lab facilities such as Advanced Photon Source (APS), they are not included in this list because they did not form official academic affiliations with Argonne lab.
  6. ^ These laureates are not affiliates: Wilhelm Wien (1913 Lecture), Max Planck (1909 Lecture), Hendrik Lorentz (1905-06 Lecture).
  7. ^ These laureates are not affiliates: Ernst Otto Fischer (1973 Lecture), Derek Barton (1958 Lecture), Lord Todd (1954 Lecture), etc.
  8. ^ These laureates are not affiliates: Barry Sharpless (1987 Fairchild), Y. T. Lee (1983 Fairchild), John Polanyi (1982 Fairchild), Dudley Herschbach (1976 Fairchild).

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