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The following list provides information on Nobel laureates and their affiliation to academic institutions.

It is not always straightforward to determine which institution was key to the contribution for which each Nobel laureate was honoured. Each institution practices different methods for counting affiliates, from extremely generous counting to extremely conservative counting. The present list only speaks of affiliation and indicates how the laureate was or is related to the respective institution; it does not clarify where the honored work was completed. The number of Nobel Prize graduates may be a good indicator, because its people are not repeated on other Nobel Prize graduate lists as much as other categories. By presenting the most complete picture, one can distinguish organizational influence.

The University of London External System has 6 Nobel laureates, however the University of London as a total has 56 Nobel laureates (71 including Imperial College, which left the federal university in 2007). These are counted by individual constituent college unlike the University of Paris in this graph.

The universities that have graduated the most Nobel laureates are the University of Cambridge (61), Harvard University (48), Columbia University (37).

The universities with the most Nobel laureates on academic staff before or at the time of award are Columbia University (57), the University of Cambridge (50), and the University of Chicago (43).

A list of laureates' university affiliations is also maintained by the Nobel Foundation, which defines the awards by the affiliation at the time of the award.[1]

Legend: Physics, Chemistry, Physiology or Medicine, Literature, Peace, Economics.

Affiliations[1] Graduate[2] Attendee or Researcher[3] Academic staff before or at the time of award[4] Academic staff after award[5]
Columbia University[2]
93
  1. Robert A. Millikan
  2. Nicholas Murray Butler
  3. Irving Langmuir
  4. I. I. Rabi
  5. John Howard Northrop
  6. Hermann J. Muller
  7. Edward C. Kendall
  8. Dickinson W. Richards
  9. Joshua Lederberg
  10. Konrad E. Bloch
  11. Julian S. Schwinger
  12. George Wald
  13. Simon S. Kuznets
  14. William H. Stein
  15. Kenneth J. Arrow
  16. Leon N. Cooper
  17. James Rainwater
  18. Baruch S. Blumberg
  19. Milton Friedman
  20. Arno A. Penzias
  21. Baruj Benacerraf
  22. Val L. Fitch
  23. Roald Hoffman
  24. Herbert A. Hauptman
  25. Leon M. Lederman
  26. Melvin Schwartz
  27. Harold E. Varmus
  28. Norman F. Ramsey
  29. Robert W. Fogel
  30. Martin L. Perl
  31. William Vickrey
  32. Robert C. Merton
  33. Louis J. Ignarro
  34. William S. Knowles
  35. Richard Axel
  36. Robert H. Grubbs
  37. Barack H. Obama
  1. Theodore Roosevelt
  2. Dickinson W. Richards
  3. Luis Federico Leloir
  4. Baruch S. Blumberg
  5. Sidney Altman
  6. Milton Friedman
  7. Arno Allan Penzias
  8. Baruj Benacerraf
  9. Arthur Kornberg
  10. Konrad Lorenz
  11. Robert Solow
  12. José Ramos-Horta
  13. Linda B. Buck
  14. John C. Mather
  15. Al Gore
  1. Wilhelm Wien
  2. Hans Bethe
  3. Murray Gell-Mann
  4. Nicholas Murray Butler
  5. Irving Langmuir
  6. I. I. Rabi
  7. Hermann J. Muller
  8. Dickinson W. Richards
  9. Joshua Lederberg
  10. Konrad E. Bloch
  11. Emilio G. Segrè
  12. James Rainwater
  13. Milton Friedman
  14. Leon M. Lederman
  15. Melvin Schwartz
  16. Norman F. Ramsey
  17. Val L. Fitch
  18. William Vickrey
  19. Richard Axel
  20. Thomas Hunt Morgan
  21. Harold C. Urey
  22. Enrico Fermi
  23. Hideki Yukawa
  24. Polykarp Kusch
  25. Willis E. Lamb
  26. Andre F. Cournand
  27. Tsung-Dao Lee
  28. Willard Libby
  29. Maria Goeppert Mayer
  30. Charles H. Townes
  31. Salvador E. Luria
  32. Aage Bohr
  33. D. Carleton Gajdusek
  34. Samuel C. C. Ting
  35. Daniel Nathans
  36. Steven Weinberg
  37. Arthur L. Schawlow
  38. Sune Bergström
  39. George J. Stigler
  40. Franco Modigliani
  41. Carlo Rubbia
  42. Joseph Brodsky
  43. Jack Steinberger
  44. E. Donnall Thomas
  45. Nadine Gordimer
  46. Gary S. Becker
  47. Derek Walcott
  48. Horst L. Stormer
  49. Robert Mundell
  50. James Heckman
  51. Eric Kandel
  52. Harold E. Varmus
  53. Joseph Stiglitz
  54. Edmund S. Phelps
  55. Orhan Pamuk
  56. Al Gore
  57. Martin Chalfie
  1. Hendrik A. Lorentz
  2. Max Planck
  3. Joshua Lederberg
  4. Melvin Schwartz
  5. Elie Wiesel
  6. Robert Solow
  7. Roald Hoffman
  8. Daniel C. Tsui
  9. Kofi Annan
Affiliations[6] Graduate[7] Attendee or Researcher[8] Academic staff before or at the time of award[9] Academic staff after award[10]
University of Chicago[3]
(The official count includes affiliates for less than one year)
85
  1. Luis W. Alvarez
  2. Gary Becker
  3. Herbert C. Brown
  4. James M. Buchanan
  5. Owen Chamberlain
  6. James Cronin
  7. Clinton Davisson
  8. Jerome Friedman
  9. Milton Friedman
  10. Ernest Lawrence
  11. Tsung-Dao Lee
  12. Robert Lucas Jr
  13. Harry Markowitz
  14. Robert Millikan
  15. Robert Mulliken
  16. Irwin Rose
  17. F. Sherwood Rowland
  18. Paul Samuelson
  19. Myron Scholes
  20. Herbert Simon
  21. Roger Sperry
  22. Jack Steinberger
  23. George Stigler
  24. Edward Lawrie Tatum
  25. Daniel Tsui
  26. James Dewey Watson
  27. Frank Wilczek
  28. Chen Ning Yang
  29. George E. Smith
  1. Alexei A. Abrikosov
  2. Saul Bellow
  3. Masatoshi Koshiba
  4. Hans Albrecht Bethe
  5. Kenneth J. Arrow
  6. Julian Schwinger
  7. Eugene P. Wigner
  8. Maria Goeppert-Mayer
  9. Werner Heisenberg
  10. George Wald
  11. Alexis Carrel
  1. Subramanyan Chandrasekhar
  2. Robert Schrieffer
  3. Murray Gell-Mann
  4. Enrico Fermi
  5. James Franck
  6. Albert Abraham Michelson
  7. Arthur Holly Compton
  8. Yoichiro Nambu
  9. Edward C. Prescott
  10. James J. Heckman
  11. Daniel L. McFadden
  12. Robert A. Mundell
  13. Robert Fogel
  14. Ronald H. Coase
  15. Merton H. Miller
  16. Trygve Haavelmo
  17. Gerard Debreu
  18. Lawrence R. Klein
  19. Kenneth J. Arrow
  20. Theodore W. Schultz
  21. Tjalling C. Koopmans
  22. Friedrich August von Hayek
  23. Roger Myerson
  24. Leonid Hurwicz
  25. Richard E. Smalley
  26. Paul Crutzen
  27. Yuan T. Lee
  28. Henry Taube
  29. Herbert C. Brown
  30. Ilya Prigogine
  31. William H. Stein
  32. Gerhard Herzberg
  33. Karl Ziegler
  34. Willard Frank Libby
  35. Glenn Theodore Seaborg
  36. Ada Yonath
  37. Charles Brenton Huggins
  38. Konrad Bloch
  39. Sir John Carew Eccles
  40. George Wells Beadle
  41. Hermann Joseph Muller
  42. Edward Adelbert Doisy
  43. JM Coetzee
  44. Bertrand Russell
  45. Barack H. Obama
  1. Leon M. Lederman
  2. Harold Clayton Urey
Affiliations[11] Graduate[12] Attendee or Researcher[13] Academic staff before or at the time of award[14] Academic staff after award[15]
University of Cambridge[4](The official count includes affiliates for less than one year)
85
  1. Lord Rayleigh
  2. J. J. Thomson
  3. William Bragg
  4. Lawrence Bragg
  5. Charles Barkla
  6. Niels Bohr
  7. Francis Aston
  8. Archibald Hill
  9. Austen Chamberlain
  10. Charles Wilson
  11. Owen Richardson
  12. Edgar Adrian, 1st Baron Adrian
  13. Charles Sherrington
  14. Paul Dirac
  15. James Chadwick
  16. Henry Dale
  17. George Thomson
  18. Albert Szent-Győrgyi
  19. Howard Florey
  20. Edward Appleton
  21. Patrick Blackett
  22. Bertrand Russell
  23. Cecil Powell
  24. John Cockcroft
  25. Ernest Walton
  26. Richard Synge
  27. Archer Martin
  28. Frederick Sanger
  29. Philip Noel-Baker
  30. John Kendrew
  31. Max Perutz
  32. Francis Crick
  33. Maurice Wilkins
  34. Alan Hodgkin
  35. Andrew Huxley
  36. Dorothy Hodgkin
  37. Ronald Norrish
  38. George Porter
  39. Rodney Porter
  40. Brian Josephson
  41. Patrick White
  42. Antony Hewish
  43. Nevill Mott
  44. Peter Mitchell
  45. Abdus Salam
  46. Walter Gilbert
  47. Frederick Sanger
  48. Aaron Klug
  49. Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar
  50. Richard Stone
  51. Cesar Milstein
  52. Norman Ramsey
  53. James Mirrlees
  54. Amartya Sen
  55. John Pople
  56. Alan McDiarmid
  57. Tim Hunt
  58. John Sulston
  59. Martin Evans
  60. Roger Y. Tsien
  61. Elizabeth Blackburn
  1. Ernest Rutherford
  2. Arthur Holly Compton
  3. Ernst Chain
  4. Hans Krebs
  5. Max Born
  6. James Watson
  7. Martin Ryle
  8. James Meade
  9. Pyotr Kapitsa
  10. Allan Cormack
  11. Gerard Debreu
  12. Georges Kohler
  13. John Walker
  14. Paul Greengard
  15. Joseph Stiglitz
  16. Sydney Brenner
  17. Richard R. Schrock
  18. Roger D. Kornberg
  19. Andrew Fire
  20. Amartya Sen
  21. Roger Y. Tsien
  1. Frederick Hopkins
  2. Alexander Todd
  3. John Hicks
  4. Philip Anderson
  5. Steven Weinberg
  6. William Fowler
  7. Lord Rayleigh
  8. J. J. Thomson
  9. Charles Barkla
  10. Francis Aston
  11. Archibald Hill
  12. Charles Wilson
  13. Owen Richardson
  14. Edgar Adrian, 1st Baron Adrian
  15. Charles Sherrington
  16. Paul Dirac
  17. James Chadwick
  18. George Thomson
  19. Howard Florey
  20. Edward Appleton
  21. Patrick Blackett
  22. Bertrand Russell
  23. John Cockcroft
  24. Frederick Sanger
  25. John Kendrew
  26. Max Perutz
  27. Francis Crick
  28. Alan Hodgkin
  29. Andrew Huxley
  30. Ronald Norrish
  31. George Porter
  32. Brian Josephson
  33. Martin Ryle
  34. Antony Hewish
  35. Nevill Mott
  36. James Meade
  37. Pyotr Kapitsa
  38. Peter Mitchell
  39. Abdus Salam
  40. Frederick Sanger
  41. Aaron Klug
  42. Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar
  43. Richard Stone
  44. Cesar Milstein
  45. James Mirrlees
  46. John Pople
  47. Tim Hunt
  48. John Sulston
  49. Martin Evans
  50. Eric Maskin
  51. Venkatraman Ramakrishnan
  1. Ernest Rutherford
  2. Lawrence Bragg
  3. John Walker
  4. Amartya Sen
Affiliations[16] Graduate[17] Attendee or Researcher[18] Academic staff before or at the time of award[19] Academic staff after award[20]
Massachusetts Institute of Technology[5][6]
(MIT's official count, like that of Columbia, does not include any affiliates affiliated with for less than one year. If they were included, the total would be 79. As of October 2009, the official count is 75.)
79
  1. Oliver E. Williamson
  2. George Smoot
  3. Andrew Fire
  4. Robert J. Aumann
  5. Kofi Annan
  6. Joseph E. Stiglitz
  7. George A. Akerlof
  8. Carl E. Wieman
  9. Eric A. Cornell
  10. Leland H. Hartwell
  11. Robert A. Mundell
  12. William D. Phillips
  13. Robert C. Merton
  14. Robert B. Laughlin
  15. Elias J. Corey Jr.
  16. Sidney Altman
  17. Charles J. Pedersen
  18. Lawrence R. Klein
  19. Burton Richter
  20. John Robert Schrieffer
  21. Murray Gell-Mann
  22. Robert S. Mulliken
  23. Richard P. Feynman
  24. Robert Burns Woodward
  25. William Shockley
  26. Paul R. Krugman
  1. Ada E. Yonath
  2. Aaron Ciechanover
  3. Daniel C. Tsui
  4. Horst L. Störmer
  5. E. Donnall Thomas
  6. Norman F. Ramsey
  7. Thomas R. Cech
  8. Jack Steinberger
  9. Geoffrey Wilkinson
  10. Luis W. Alvarez
  11. Hans A. Bethe
  12. Julian Schwinger
  13. Edward M. Purcell
  14. Edwin M. McMillan
  15. Isidor Isaac Rabi
  16. Mario Capecchi
  17. Nicolaas Bloembergen
  18. Vernon L. Smith
  19. Paul Greengard
  1. Eric S. Maskin
  2. Richard R. Schrock
  3. Frank Wilczek
  4. Robert Engle
  5. H. Robert Horvitz
  6. K. Barry Sharpless
  7. Wolfgang Ketterle
  8. Daniel L. McFadden
  9. Myron S. Scholes
  10. Robert C. Merton
  11. Mario J. Molina
  12. Clifford G. Shull
  13. John Forbes Nash
  14. Phillip A. Sharp
  15. Henry W. Kendall
  16. Jerome I. Friedman
  17. Susumu Tonegawa
  18. Robert M. Solow
  19. Franco Modigliani
  20. Steven Weinberg
  21. Samuel C.C. Ting
  22. David Baltimore
  23. Paul A. Samuelson
  24. Salvador E. Luria
  25. Har Gobind Khorana
  26. Charles H. Townes
  27. Sheldon Lee Glashow
  28. Amartya Sen
  29. James Mirrlees
  30. Edmund Phelps
  31. Ernst Otto Fischer
  32. Paul R. Krugman
Affiliations[21] Graduate[22] Attendee or Researcher[23] Academic staff before or at the time of award[24] Academic staff after award[25]
Harvard University[7][citation needed]
(The official count is 43 according to the home page)
74
  1. Christian Anfinsen
  2. Philip W. Anderson
  3. Ralph Bunche
  4. Percy W. Bridgman
  5. Mario Capecchi
  6. Donald J. Cram
  7. John F. Enders
  8. Sheldon Glashow
  9. Walter Gilbert
  10. Al Gore
  11. Dudley R. Herschbach
  12. Roald Hoffmann
  13. Roger D. Kornberg
  14. H. Robert Horvitz
  15. Jerome Karle
  16. Henry Kissinger
  17. William S. Knowles
  18. David M. Lee
  19. Eric Maskin
  20. Craig C. Mello
  21. George R. Minot
  22. Merton H. Miller
  23. David A. Morse
  24. Ben R. Mottelson
  25. Joseph E. Murray
  26. William P. Murphy
  27. Roger Myerson
  28. E. M. Purcell
  29. Theodore W. Richards
  30. Frederick Chapman Robbins
  31. Theodore Roosevelt
  32. Thomas Schelling
  33. A. Michael Spence
  34. Paul A. Samuelson
  35. Robert M. Solow
  36. Vernon L. Smith
  37. William H. Stein
  38. Thomas A. Steitz
  39. James B. Sumner
  40. E. Donnall Thomas
  41. James Tobin
  42. Thomas H. Weller
  43. Kenneth G. Wilson
  44. John H. van Vleck
  45. Harold E. Varmus
  46. Martin Chalfie
  47. Roger Y. Tsien
  48. Barack H. Obama
  1. Georg von Békésy
  2. Jean Dausset
  3. D. Carleton Gajdusek
  4. George H. Hitchings
  5. Eric R. Kandel
  6. Walter Kohn
  7. Yuan T. Lee
  8. Jean-Marie Lehn
  9. Ryoji Noyori
  10. Bertil Ohlin
  11. T. S. Eliot
  12. Eugene O'Neill
  13. Richard J. Roberts
  1. Christian Anfinsen
  2. Kenneth J. Arrow
  3. Baruj Benacerraf
  4. Derek Barton
  5. J. Michael Bishop
  6. Felix Bloch
  7. Nicolaas Bloembergen
  8. Ralph Bunche
  9. Elias J. Corey
  10. Allan M. Cormack
  11. John F. Enders
  12. Sheldon Glashow
  13. Riccardo Giacconi
  14. Seamus Heaney
  15. Dudley R. Herschbach
  16. George R. Minot
  17. Henry Kissinger
  18. Simon Kuznets
  19. Willis E. Lamb
  20. Fritz Lipmann
  21. Wassily Leontief
  22. William Lipscomb
  23. E. M. Purcell
  24. Frederick Chapman Robbins
  25. Amartya Sen
  26. Albert Szent-Györgyi
  27. Max Theiler
  28. George Wald
  29. James Watson
  30. Torsten N. Wiesel
  31. Geoffrey Wilkinson
  32. Norman F. Ramsey
  33. Theodore W. Richards
  34. A. Michael Spence
  35. Thomas H. Weller
  36. Linda B. Buck
  37. Roy Glauber
  38. Steven Weinberg
  1. Robert C. Merton
Affiliations[26] Graduate[27] Attendee or Researcher[28] Academic staff before or at the time of award[29] Academic staff after award[30]
University of California, Berkeley[8][citation needed]
(The official count is 47 according to the Home Page)
65
  1. Thomas R. Cech
  2. Steven Chu
  3. Robert Curl
  4. Joseph Erlanger
  5. Andrew Fire
  6. William F. Giauque
  7. Carol W. Greider
  8. David Gross
  9. Alan J. Heeger
  10. Daniel Kahneman
  11. Lawrence R. Klein
  12. Willis Lamb
  13. Robert B. Laughlin
  14. Yuan T. Lee
  15. Willard F. Libby
  16. John C. Mather
  17. Mario J. Molina
  18. Kary B. Mullis
  19. John H. Northrop
  20. Thomas Schelling
  21. Glenn T. Seaborg
  22. Hamilton O. Smith
  23. Otto Stern
  24. Henry Taube
  25. Harold C. Urey
  26. Selman Waksman
  1. Werner Arber
  2. Felix Bloch
  3. Sydney Brenner
  4. Arthur Kornberg
  5. Tsung-Dao Lee
  6. Amartya Sen
  7. Julian Schwinger
  8. Jack Steinberger
  9. Steven Weinberg
  10. Maurice Wilkins
  11. Geoffrey Wilkinson
  12. Ahmed Zewail
  1. George A. Akerlof
  2. Luis W. Alvarez
  3. Elizabeth Blackburn
  4. Melvin Calvin
  5. Owen Chamberlain
  6. William F. Giauque
  7. Donald A. Glaser
  8. Sheldon Lee Glashow
  9. John C. Harsanyi
  10. Dudley R. Herschbach
  11. Daniel Kahneman
  12. Ernest O. Lawrence
  13. Yuan T. Lee
  14. Willard F. Libby
  15. Daniel McFadden
  16. Edwin M. McMillan
  17. Czesław Miłosz
  18. Douglass C. North
  19. Stanley B. Prusiner
  20. Emilio Segrè
  21. Herbert Simon
  22. George Smoot
  23. Roger Y. Tsien
  24. Gerard Debreu
  25. Oliver Williamson
  1. Wendell M. Stanley
  2. Charles H. Townes
Affiliations[31] Graduate[32] Attendee or Researcher[33] Academic staff before or at the time of award[34] Academic staff after award[35]
University of Paris[citation needed]
59
  1. Pierre-Gilles de Gennes
  2. Claude Cohen-Tannoudji
  3. Gabriel Lippmann
  4. Louis Néel
  5. Paul Sabatier
  6. Romain Rolland
  7. Jean-Paul Sartre
  8. Henri Bergson
  9. Gerard Debreu
  10. François Jacob
  11. Jacques Monod
  12. Louis de Broglie
  13. Frederic Passy
  14. Leon Bourgeois
  15. Albert Gobat
  16. Charles Richet
  17. Claude Simon
  18. Albert Schweitzer
  19. André Frédéric Cournand
  20. Marie Curie
  21. Ferdinand Edouard Buisson
  22. Louis Renault
  23. Jean Dausset
  24. Aristide Briand
  25. Paul-Henri-Benjamin d'Estournelles de Constant
  26. Giorgos Seferis
  27. Albert Fert
  28. Jean Baptiste Perrin
  29. Alfred Kastler
  30. Maurice Allais
  31. Henri Moissan
  32. Irène Joliot-Curie
  33. Pierre Curie
  34. Frédéric Joliot
  1. Rene Cassin
  2. Léon Jouhaux
  3. Samuel Beckett
  4. Roger Guillemin
  5. Odysseus Elytis
  6. Jules Bordet
  7. Gerhard Ertl
  1. Gabriel Lippmann
  2. Louis de Broglie
  3. Marie Curie
  4. Albert Fert
  5. Jean Baptiste Perrin
  6. Alfred Kastler
  7. Henri Moissan
  8. Irène Joliot-Curie
  9. Jean Dausset
  10. Charles Richet
  11. François Jacob
  12. Jacques Monod
  13. Louis Renault
  1. Georges Charpak
  2. Alphonse Laveran
  3. Henri Becquerel
  4. Andre Michel Lwoff
  5. Charles Nicolle
  6. Ilya Ilyich Mechnikov
  7. Jean-Marie Lehn
  8. Nicolaas Bloembergen
  9. Victor Grignard
  10. Yves Chauvin
  11. Abdus Salam
  12. Santiago Ramon y Cajal
  13. Jules Bordet
  14. Charles-Edouard Guillaume
  15. Corneille Heymans
  16. Giulio Natta
  17. Luis Leloir
Affiliations[36] Graduate[37] Attendee or Researcher[38] Academic staff before or at the time of award[39] Academic staff after award[40]
University of Oxford[9]
57
  1. Baruch S. Blumberg
  2. Sydney Brenner
  3. Cecil of Chelwood
  4. John Cornforth
  5. John Carew Eccles
  6. T. S. Eliot
  7. Howard Florey
  8. John Galsworthy
  9. William Golding
  10. John Hicks
  11. Cyril Norman Hinshelwood
  12. Dorothy Hodgkin
  13. Anthony J. Leggett
  14. James Meade
  15. Peter Medawar
  16. Gunnar Myrdal
  17. V. S. Naipaul
  18. Lester B. Pearson
  19. Martin Ryle
  20. Frederick Soddy
  21. Oliver Smithies
  22. Michael Spence
  23. John Vane
  24. John E. Walker
  25. Aung San Suu Kyi
  1. George Wells Beadle
  2. Ernest Chain
  3. Paul Crutzen
  4. Seamus Heaney
  5. Lawrence Klein
  6. Klaus von Klitzing
  7. Rudolph A. Marcus
  8. James Mirrlees
  9. Robert Mulliken
  10. Paul Nurse
  11. José Ramos-Horta
  12. Linus Pauling
  13. Linus Pauling
  14. Severo Ochoa
  15. Rodney Porter
  16. Norman Ramsey
  17. Robert Robinson
  18. Erwin Schrödinger
  19. Amartya Sen
  20. Charles Sherrington
  21. Robert Solow
  22. Joseph Stiglitz
  23. Nikolaas Tinbergen
  24. Alexander Todd
  25. John H. van Vleck
  26. Ahmed Zewail
  1. William D. Phillips
  2. Willis Lamb
  3. Kenneth Arrow
  4. Philip Warren Anderson
  5. Harold Urey
  6. Arthur Compton
  7. Melvin Calvin
Affiliations[41] Graduate[42] Attendee or Researcher[43] Academic staff before or at the time of award[44] Academic staff after award[45]
Stanford University[10][citation needed]
51
  1. Eric A. Cornell
  2. John C. Harsanyi
  3. Dudley R. Herschbach
  4. Roger D. Kornberg
  5. Richard E. Taylor
  6. Oliver E. Williamson
  7. Carl E. Wieman
  8. Barry Sharpless
  1. Kenneth J. Arrow
  2. Gerard Debreu
  3. Tjalling C. Koopmans
  4. John Steinbeck (dropped out)
  5. Martinus J.G. Veltman
  6. Kenneth G. Wilson
  1. Kenneth J. Arrow
  2. Herbert Abrams (IPPNW member)
  3. Paul Berg
  4. George Beadle
  5. Felix Bloch
  6. Steven Chu
  7. J.M. Coetzee
  8. Andrew Fire
  9. Paul J. Flory
  10. Jerome I. Friedman
  11. Milton Friedman
  12. Grubbs
  13. Robert Hofstadter
  14. Theodor Hänsch
  15. Henry W. Kendall
  16. Roger D. Kornberg
  17. Willis E. Lamb
  18. Robert B. Laughlin
  19. Paul C. Lauterbur
  20. Joshua Lederberg
  21. Ferid Murad
  22. Arthur Kornberg
  23. Douglass North
  24. Douglas D. Osheroff
  25. Linus Pauling
  26. Arno Penzias
  27. Martin Perl
  28. Burton Richter
  29. Arthur L. Schawlow
  30. William Shockley
  31. William F. Sharpe
  32. A. Michael Spence
  33. Joseph Stiglitz
  34. Myron Scholes
  35. Edward Tatum
  36. Henry Taube
  37. Vernon L. Smith
  38. Melvin Schwartz
  1. Enrico Fermi
Affiliations[46] Graduate[47] Attendee or Researcher[48] Academic staff before or at the time of award[49] Academic staff after award[50]
Yale University
48
  1. George Akerlof
  2. Raymond Davis Jr.
  3. John F. Enders
  4. John B. Fenn
  5. Murray Gell-Mann
  6. Alfred G. Gilman
  7. Ernest Lawrence
  8. Joshua Lederberg
  9. David Lee (physicist)
  10. Sinclair Lewis
  11. Lars Onsager
  12. Edmund Phelps
  13. Dickinson W. Richards
  14. William Vickrey
  15. George Whipple
  16. Eric Wieschaus
  17. Paul R. Krugman
  1. Herbert Simon (Cowles Foundation)
  2. Robert J. Aumann (Cowles Foundation)
  3. Joseph Stiglitz (Cowles Foundation)
  4. James Heckman (Cowles Foundation)
  5. John Harsanyi (Cowles Foundation)
  6. Harry M. Markowitz (Cowles Foundation)

Note: Cowles Foundation Nobel Laureates only include those on research staff after 1955, when the Foundation moved to Yale

  1. Venkatraman Ramakrishnan
  2. Elizabeth Blackburn
  3. Erwin Neher
  1. Sidney Altman
  2. John B. Fenn
  3. Tjalling Koopmans
  4. George Palade
  5. Edward Tatum
  6. Charles K. Kao
  7. Gerard Debreu
  8. Wangari Maathai
  9. Philip John Noel-Baker, Baron Noel-Baker
  10. Irwin Rose
  11. Thomas Schelling
  12. Paul Greengard
  13. Paul R. Krugman
  14. Thomas A. Steitz
  15. Oliver Williamson
  16. Lars Onsager
  17. John Vane
  18. Joseph E. Stiglitz
  19. James Tobin
  20. Daniel L. McFadden
  21. J. J. Thomson
  22. Philip Noel-Baker
  23. Toni Morrison
  1. Willis E. Lamb
  2. Max Theiler
Affiliations[51] Graduate[52] Attendee or Researcher[53] Academic staff before or at the time of award[54] Academic staff after award[55]
Georg August University of Göttingen[11]
45
  1. Adolf Butenandt
  2. Hans Georg Dehmelt
  3. Max Delbrück
  4. Manfred Eigen
  5. Rudolf Eucken
  6. Maria Goeppert-Mayer
  7. Walter Norman Haworth
  8. Werner Heisenberg
  9. Robert Koch
  10. Herbert Kroemer
  11. Irving Langmuir
  12. Max von Laue
  13. Ludwig Quidde
  14. Ilja Iljitsch Metschnikow
  1. Paul Dirac
  2. Enrico Fermi
  3. Carol W. Greider
  4. Gustav Hertz
  5. Gerhard Herzberg
  6. Sir Hans Adolf Krebs
  7. Robert Andrews Millikan
  8. Theodore William Richards
  9. Thomas A. Steitz
  1. Patrick Maynard Stuart Blackett
  2. Max Born
  3. Walther Bothe
  4. Peter Debye
  5. Paul Ehrlich
  6. James Franck
  7. Otto Hahn
  8. Erwin Neher
  9. Walther Nernst
  10. Wolfgang Paul
  11. Wolfgang Pauli
  12. Max Planck
  13. Bert Sakmann
  14. Manne Siegbahn
  15. Nathan Söderblom
  16. Johannes Stark
  17. Otto Stern
  18. Otto Wallach
  19. Wilhelm Wien
  20. Eugene Paul Wigner
  21. Adolf Otto Reinhold Windaus
  22. Richard Adolf Zsigmondy
Affiliations[56] Graduate[57] Attendee or Researcher[58] Academic staff before or at the time of award[59] Academic staff after award[60]
Cornell University[12]
41
  1. George W. Beadle
  2. Pearl S. Buck
  3. Robert F. Engle
  4. Robert Fogel
  5. Sheldon Lee Glashow
  6. Robert W. Holley
  7. Barbara McClintock
  8. Toni Morrison
  9. John R. Mott
  10. Douglas D. Osheroff
  11. Isidor Isaac Rabi
  12. Steven Weinberg
  13. Jack W. Szostak
  1. Hermann J. Muller
  1. Hans Bethe
  2. Pierre-Gilles de Gennes
  3. Vincent du Vigneaud
  4. Richard P. Feynman
  5. Paul J. Flory
  6. Robert F. Furchgott
  7. Herbert S. Gasser
  8. Paul Greengard
  9. Haldan Hartline
  10. Roald Hoffmann
  11. Robert W. Holley
  12. David Lee
  13. Fritz Lipmann
  14. Peter B. Medawar
  15. Octavio Paz
  16. Robert Coleman Richardson
  17. J. Robert Schrieffer
  18. Amartya Sen
  19. Wole Soyinka
  20. James B. Sumner
  21. Henry Taube
  22. Kenneth Wilson
  1. Hannes Alfven
  2. Norman E. Borlaug
  3. Peter J.W. Debye
  4. Manfred Eigen
  5. Richard R. Ernst
  6. H. Gobind Khorana
Affiliations[61] Graduate[62] Attendee or Researcher[63] Academic staff before or at the time of award[64] Academic staff after award[65]
Ludwig Maximilians University of Munich[13]
36
  1. Wolfgang Ketterle
  2. Hans Bethe
  3. Wolfgang Pauli
  4. Werner Heisenberg
  5. Gustav Hertz
  6. Johannes Stark
  7. Max Planck
  8. Max von Laue
  9. Gerhard Ertl
  10. Hartmut Michel
  11. Otto Hahn
  12. Richard Kuhn
  13. Peter Debye
  14. Hans Fischer
  15. Heinrich Wieland
  16. Richard Willstätter
  17. Eduard Buchner
  18. Günter Blobel
  19. Konrad Emil Bloch
  20. Feodor Lynen
  21. Hans Adolf Krebs
  22. Otto Loewi
  23. Hans Spemann
  24. Thomas Mann
  25. Bert Sakmann
  1. Bert Sakmann
  2. Karl von Frisch
  3. Bert Sakmann
  1. Theodor W. Hänsch
  2. Wilhelm Wien
  3. Max von Laue
  4. Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen
  5. Gerhard Ertl
  6. Ernst Otto Fischer
  7. Adolf Butenandt
  8. Richard Adolf Zsigmondy
  9. Adolf von Baeyer
  10. Eduard Buchner
  11. Adolf von Baeyer
  12. Hermann Emil Fischer
  13. Karl von Frisch
  14. Feodor Lynen
  1. Gerd Binnig
Affiliations[66] Graduate[67] Attendee or Researcher[68] Academic staff before or at the time of award[69] Academic staff after award[70]
Johns Hopkins University[14]
33
  1. Woodrow Wilson
  2. Thomas Hunt Morgan
  3. George Hoyt Whipple
  4. Joseph Erlanger
  5. Herbert Spencer Gasser
  6. Francis Peyton Rous
  7. Haldan Keffer Hartline
  8. Hamilton O. Smith
  9. Merton H. Miller
  10. Robert W. Fogel
  11. Martin Rodbell
  12. Jody Williams
  13. Paul Greengard
  14. Peter Agre
  15. Richard Axel
  1. Riccardo Giacconi
  1. George Richards Minot
  2. George Hoyt Whipple
  3. Harold Clayton Urey
  4. Joseph Erlanger
  5. Vincent du Vigneaud
  6. Maria Goeppert-Mayer
  7. Haldan Keffer Hartline
  8. Lars Onsager
  9. Simon Kuznets
  10. Hamilton O. Smith
  11. Daniel Nathans
  12. David H. Hubel
  13. Torsten Wiesel
  14. Richard Stone
  15. Robert H. Mundell
  16. Riccardo Giacconi
  17. J.M. Coetzee
  18. Peter Agre
  19. Andrew Fire
  20. Carol Greider
  1. James Franck
  2. Nicholas Murray Butler
  3. Christian B. Anfinsen
  4. Hamilton O. Smith
  5. Daniel Nathans
  6. Riccardo Giacconi
  7. Peter Agre
  8. Carol Greider
Affiliations[71] Graduate[72] Attendee or Researcher[73] Academic staff before or at the time of award[74] Academic staff after award[75]
New York University (NYU)
33
  1. Julius Axelrod
  2. Gertrude B. Elion
  3. Eric R. Kandel
  4. Martin L. Perl (NYU-POLY)
  5. Frederick Reines
  6. Elihu Root
  7. Clifford Shull
  8. George Wald
  9. Mohamed ElBaradei
  1. Friedrich Hayek
  2. Rosalyn Yalow
  3. James Heckman
  1. Robert Aumann
  2. Baruj Benacerraf
  3. Robert F. Engle
  4. Avram Hershko
  5. Arthur Kornberg
  6. Tjalling Koopmans
  7. Rudolph Marcus
  8. Robert S. Mulliken
  9. Gunnar Myrdal
  10. Severo Ochoa
  11. George E. Palade
  12. Irwin Rose
  1. Saul Bellow
  2. Joseph Brodsky
  3. Francis Crick(NYU-Poly)
  4. Rudolf Eucken
  5. Wassily Leontief
  6. Otto Loewi
  7. Paul A. Samuelson
  8. Edward C. Prescott
  9. Wole Soyinka
Affiliations[76] Graduate[77] Attendee or Researcher[78] Academic staff before or at the time of award[79] Academic staff after award[80]
Princeton University[15]
32
  1. Arthur H. Compton
  2. Eugene O'Neill
  3. Clinton Davisson
  4. Edwin M. McMillan
  5. John Bardeen
  6. Robert Hofstadter
  7. Richard P. Feynman
  8. Steven Weinberg
  9. Gary S. Becker
  10. Richard Smalley
  11. James J. Heckman
  12. A. Michael Spence
  13. Frank Wilczek
  1. Woodrow Wilson
  2. Eugene P. Wigner
  3. Philip W. Anderson
  4. Arno A. Penzias
  5. Sir William Arthur Lewis
  6. Val L. Fitch
  7. James W. Cronin
  8. Russell Hulse
  9. Joseph H. Taylor
  10. Toni Morrison
  11. John F. Nash
  12. Eric Wieschaus
  13. Daniel C. Tsui
  14. Daniel Kahneman
  15. David Gross
  16. Eric S. Maskin
  17. Paul R. Krugman
  18. Osamu Shimomura
Affiliations[81] Graduate[82] Attendee or Researcher[83] Academic staff before or at the time of award[84] Academic staff after award[85]
California Institute of Technology[16]
32
  1. Carl D. Anderson
  2. William A. Fowler
  3. Donald A. Glaser
  4. Leland H. Hartwell
  5. Edward B. Lewis
  6. William Lipscomb
  7. Edwin Mattison McMillan
  8. Robert Merton
  9. Douglas D. Osheroff
  10. Linus Pauling
  11. Leo James Rainwater
  12. William Shockley
  13. Vernon L. Smith
  14. Howard M. Temin
  15. Charles H. Townes
  16. Kenneth G. Wilson
  17. Robert Woodrow Wilson
  1. Robert W. Holley
  1. Carl D. Anderson#
  2. Richard Feynman
  3. Murray Gell-Mann
  4. Robert H. Grubbs
  5. Rudolph Marcus
  6. Robert A. Millikan
  7. Thomas Hunt Morgan
  8. Rudolf Mössbauer
  9. Linus Pauling#
  10. H. David Politzer
  11. Roger W. Sperry
  12. Ahmed Zewail
  1. David Baltimore
  2. George Wells Beadle
  3. Max Delbrück
  4. Renato Dulbecco
Affiliations[86] Graduate[87] Attendee or Researcher[88] Academic staff before or at the time of award[89] Academic staff after award[90]
ETH Zurich[17][18]
30
  1. Albert Einstein
  2. Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen
  3. Fritz Haber
  4. Charles-Edouard Guillaume
  5. Tadeus Reichstein
  6. Felix Bloch
  7. Werner Arber
  8. Heinrich Rohrer
  9. Gerd Binning
  10. Georg Bednorz
  11. Alexander Müller
  12. Richard R. Ernst
  1. Nils Gustaf Dalén
  2. Max Born
  3. George de Hevesy
  4. Artturi Ilmari Virtanen
  5. Lars Onsager
  6. Max Delbrück
  7. Har Gobind Khorana
  8. Konrad E. Bloch
  9. Jean-Marie Lehn
  1. Albert Einstein
  2. Alfred Werner
  3. Richard Martin Willstätter
  4. Peter Debye
  5. Richard Kuhn
  6. Leopold Ruzicka
  7. Otto Stern
  8. Wolfgang Pauli
  9. Vladimir Prelog
  10. Richard R. Ernst
  11. Kurt Wüthrich
Affiliations[91] Graduate[92] Attendee or Researcher[93] Academic staff before or at the time of award[94] Academic staff after award[95]
University of Heidelberg[citation needed]
29
  1. Adolf von Baeyer
  2. Charles Albert Gobat
  3. Wolfgang Ketterle
  4. Otto Fritz Meyerhof
  5. Max Born
  6. Hans Spemann
  7. Albrecht Kossel
  1. Auguste Beernaert
  2. James Franck
  3. Theodor W. Hänsch
  4. Heike Kamerlingh Onnes
  5. Rudolf Mössbauer
  6. Philipp Lenard
  7. André Michel Lwoff
  8. Severo Ochoa
  1. Otto Warburg
  2. Friedrich Bergius
  3. Walther Bothe
  4. J. Hans D. Jensen
  5. Richard Kuhn
  6. Lothar Ledderose
  7. Fritz Albert Lipmann
  8. Bert Sakmann
  9. George Wald
  10. Georg Wittig
  11. Karl Ziegler
  1. William Ramsay
  2. Hans Spemann
  3. Carl Bosch
Affiliations[96] Graduate[97] Attendee or Researcher[98] Academic staff before or at the time of award[99] Academic staff after award[100]
Humboldt University Berlin[19]
29
Affiliations[101] Graduate[102] Attendee or Researcher[103] Academic staff before or at the time of award[104] Academic staff after award[105]
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign[20]
25
  1. Edward Adelbert Doisy
  2. Vincent Du Vigneaud
  3. Robert W. Holley
  4. Jack Kilby
  5. Edwin G. Krebs
  6. Polykarp Kusch
  7. John Robert Schrieffer
  8. Phillip A. Sharp
  9. Wendell Stanley
  10. Rosalyn Yalow
  11. James Tobin
  1. Hamilton Smith
  2. Leon Neil Cooper
  3. Murray Gell-Mann
  1. John Bardeen
  2. Elias Corey
  3. Paul Lauterbur
  4. Anthony J. Leggett
  5. Salvador Luria
  6. Rudolph Marcus
  7. Franco Modigliani
  8. Vincent Du Vigneaud
  9. John Robert Schrieffer
  10. Leonid Hurwicz
  1. John Bardeen(Twice)
Affiliations[106] Graduate[107] Attendee or Researcher[108] Academic staff before or at the time of award[109] Academic staff after award[110]
University of Manchester[21]
23
  1. Michael Smith
  2. John Polanyi
  3. Robert Robinson
  4. Walter Haworth
  5. James Chadwick
  6. Arthur Harden
  7. Charles Wilson
  8. Joseph Thomson
  1. Hans Bethe
  2. Melvin Calvin
  3. John Cockcroft
  4. George de Hevesy
  5. Niels Bohr
  1. Arthur Lewis
  2. Nevill Mott
  3. John Hicks
  4. Alexander Todd
  5. P.M.S. Blackett
  6. Archibald V. Hill
  7. Ernest Rutherford
  1. William L. Bragg
  2. Joseph Stiglitz
  3. John E. Sulston
Affiliations[111] Graduate[112] Attendee or Researcher[113] Academic staff before or at the time of award[114] Academic staff after award[115]
Rockefeller University[22][citation needed]
16
  1. Gerald M. Edelman
  2. David Baltimore
  1. Alexis Carrel
  2. Karl Landsteiner
  3. Herbert S. Gasser
  4. John H. Northrop
  5. Wendell M. Stanley
  6. Fritz Lipmann
  7. Edward L. Tatum
  8. Joshua Lederberg
  9. Peyton Rous
  10. H. Keffer Hartline
  11. Gerald M. Edelman
  12. Stanford Moore
  13. William H. Stein
  14. Albert Claude
  15. Christian de Duve
  16. George E. Palade
  17. David Baltimore
  18. Torsten Wiesel
  19. R. Bruce Merrifield
  20. Günter Blobel
  21. Paul Greengard
  22. Roderick MacKinnon
  1. Paul Nurse
Washington University in St. Louis[23]
22
  1. Arthur H. Compton
  2. Luis F. Leloir
  3. Paul Berg
  4. Douglass C. North
  5. Aaron Ciechanover
  6. Edward A. Doisy
  7. Joseph Erlanger
  8. Herbert Gasser
  9. Carl F. Cori
  10. Gerty T. Cori
  11. Arthur Kornberg
  12. Severo Ochoa
  13. Alfred Hershey
  14. Earl Sutherland
  15. Christian de Duve
  16. Daniel Nathans
  17. Hamilton O. Smith
  18. George D. Snell
  19. Stanley Cohen
  20. Rita Levi-Montalcini
  21. Edwin G. Krebs
  22. Robert F. Furchgott
Affiliations[116] Graduate[117] Attendee or Researcher[118] Academic staff before or at the time of award[119] Academic staff after award[120]
University of Zurich[18]
22
  1. Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen
  2. Carl Spitteler
  3. Theodor Mommsen
  4. Alfred Werner
  5. Albert Einstein
  6. Paul Karrer
  7. Walter Rudolf Hess
  1. Emil Theodor Kocher
  2. Charles-Edouard Guillaume
  3. Walther Hermann Nernst
  4. Karl Landsteiner
  5. Linus Pauling
  6. George Wald
  7. Henrik Carl Peter Dam
  8. Hamilton O. Smith
  9. Eric F. Wieschaus
  1. Alfred Werner
  2. Max von Laue
  3. Albert Einstein
  4. Erwin Schrödinger
  5. Peter Debye
  6. Paul Karrer
  7. Leopold Ruzicka
  8. Walter Rudolf Hess
  9. Karl Alexander Müller
  10. Rolf M. Zinkernagel
Affiliations[121] Graduate[122] Attendee or Researcher[123] Academic staff before or at the time of award[124] Academic staff after award[125]
University of Pennsylvania
23
  1. Christian B. Anfinsen
  2. Michael S. Brown
  3. Gerald Edelman
  4. Stanley Prusiner
  5. Ahmed Zewail
  6. George E. Smith
  1. Hideki Shirakawa
  2. Vincent du Vigneaud
  1. Christian B. Anfinsen
  2. Baruch Blumberg
  3. Raymond Davis
  4. Gerald Edelman
  5. Ragnar Granit
  6. Haldan K. Hartline
  7. Robert Hofstadter
  8. Robert Schrieffer
  9. Irwin Rose
  10. Alan MacDiarmid
  11. Alan J. Heeger
  12. Oliver Williamson
  1. Lawrence Klein
  2. Simon Kuznets
  3. Otto Fritz Meyerhof
  4. Edmund S. Phelps
  5. Edward C. Prescott
Carnegie Mellon University
20
  1. John Forbes Nash
  2. Clifford Shull
  3. Finn E. Kydland
  4. Edward C. Prescott
  5. John L. Hall
  6. Oliver Eaton Williamson
  1. Paul Flory
  2. Paul Lauterbur
  3. Ada Yonath
  1. Clinton Davisson
  2. Otto Stern
  3. Herbert Simon
  4. Franco Modigliani
  5. Merton Miller
  6. Robert Lucas, Jr.
  7. John Pople
  8. Walter Kohn
  9. Finn E. Kydland
  10. Edward C. Prescott
  11. Ed Rubin (IPCC member)
Technical University of Munich
20
  1. Gerhard Ertl
  2. Rudolf Mössbauer
  3. Erwin Neher
  4. Ernst Otto Fischer
  5. Konrad Emil Bloch
  6. Robert Huber
  7. Ernst Ruska
  8. Johann Deisenhofer
  9. Wolfgang Paul
  10. Wolfgang Ketterle
  11. Thomas Mann
  1. Gerhard Ertl
  2. Johann Deisenhofer
  3. Ernst Otto Fischer
  4. Rudolf Mössbauer
  1. Klaus von Klitzing
  2. Gerhard Ertl
  3. Ernst Otto Fischer
  4. Hans Fischer
  5. Heinrich Otto Wieland
  1. Richard Robert Ernst
  2. Ernst Otto Fischer
  3. Rudolf Mössbauer
  4. Hans Fischer
  5. Ryoji Noyori
  6. Karl Barry Sharpless
  7. John Robert Schrieffer
  8. Feodor Lynen
University College London[24]
21
  1. Owen Willans Richardson
  2. Jaroslav Heyrovský
  3. Francis Crick
  4. Bernard Katz
  5. Martin Evans
  6. Charles K Kao
  1. Rabindranath Tagore
  2. Frederick Soddy
  3. Frederick Hopkins
  4. Henry Dale
  5. Otto Hahn
  6. Vincent du Vigneaud
  7. Ulf von Euler
  8. Bert Sakmann
  1. William Ramsay
  2. Robert Robinson
  3. Peter Medawar
  4. Andrew Huxley
  5. Bernard Katz#
  6. James Black
  1. William Henry Bragg
  2. Archibald Hill
Affiliations[126] Graduate[127] Attendee or Researcher[128] Academic staff before or at the time of award[129] Academic staff after award[130]
University of Minnesota
19
  1. Norman Borlaug
  2. Walter Brattain
  3. Melvin Calvin
  4. Louis J. Ignarro
  5. Ernest O. Lawrence
  6. Edward B. Lewis
  7. Daniel McFadden
  1. Arthur H. Compton
  2. Philip S. Hench
  3. Edward C. Kendall
  4. John Bardeen
  5. William Lipscomb
  6. Saul Bellow
  7. Milton Friedman
  8. John H. van Vleck
  9. George J. Stigler
  10. Paul D. Boyer
  11. Edward C. Prescott
  1. Leonid Hurwicz
Affiliations[131] Graduate[132] Attendee or Researcher[133] Academic staff before or at the time of award[134] Academic staff after award[135]
University of Michigan
19
  1. Thomas Huckle Weller
  2. Stanley Cohen
  3. Jerome Karle
  4. Marshall Warren Nirenberg
  5. David Politzer
  6. Richard Smalley
  7. Samuel C.C. Ting
  1. Joseph Brodsky
  2. Donald A. Glaser
  3. Charles B. Huggins
  4. Lawrence R. Klein
  5. Wolfgang Pauli
  6. Martin L. Perl
  7. Norman F. Ramsey
  8. Peyton Rous
  9. Hamilton O. Smith
  10. Charles H. Townes
  11. Martinus Veltman
  12. Carl Wieman
Affiliations[136] Graduate[137] Attendee or Researcher[138] Academic staff before or at the time of award[139] Academic staff after award[140]
University of Freiburg[25]
(The official count is 10 according to the home page)
19
  1. Adolf Windaus
  2. George de Hevesy
  3. Hans Adolf Krebs
  4. J. Hans D. Jensen
  5. Georges J. F. Köhler
  6. Mario Molina
  1. Paul Ehrlich
  2. Robert Bárány
  3. Otto Meyerhof
  4. Otto Heinrich Warburg
  5. Philip Hench
  6. Bert Sakmann
  7. Christiane Nüsslein-Volhard
  1. Heinrich Otto Wieland
  2. Adolf Windaus
  3. Hans Spemann
  4. George de Hevesy
  5. Hans Adolf Krebs
  6. Hermann Staudinger
  7. Friedrich August von Hayek
  8. Georg Wittig
  9. Georges J. F. Köhler
  10. Harald zur Hausen
University of California, San Diego[26][27]
18
  1. Susumu Tonegawa
  1. Venkatraman Ramakrishnan
  1. Roger Tsien
  2. Linus Pauling
  3. Robert W. Holley
  4. Roger Guillemin
  5. Hannes Alfven
  6. Sydney Brenner
  7. Paul Crutzen
  8. Renato Dulbecco
  9. Robert Engle
  10. Clive Granger
  11. Harry Markowitz
  12. Mario Molina
  13. George Palade
  14. Francis Crick
  15. Maria Goeppert-Mayer
  16. Harold Urey
University of Wisconsin–Madison
18
  1. Herbert Spencer Gasser
  2. John Bardeen (2)
  3. Edward Lawrie Tatum
  4. Stanford Moore
  5. John H. van Vleck
  6. Theodore Schultz
  7. Erwin Neher
  8. Paul Boyer
  9. Günter Blobel
  10. Jack Kilby
  11. Alan G. MacDiarmid
  1. Har Gobind Khorana
  2. Joshua Lederberg
  3. Howard Martin Temin
  4. Joseph Erlanger
  5. Eugene Wigner
  6. Oliver Smithies
Case Western Reserve University
16
  1. Paul Berg
  2. Alfred G. Gilman
  3. Donald A. Glaser
  4. Polykarp Kusch
  5. Paul Lauterbur
  6. Ferid Murad
  7. Edward C. Prescott
  1. Peter Agre
  1. Corneille Heymans
  2. George H. Hitchings
  3. John James Richard Macleod
  4. Albert Abraham Michelson
  5. George Andrew Olah
  6. Frederick Reines
  7. Frederick Chapman Robbins
  8. Earl Wilbur Sutherland, Jr.
London School of Economics[citation needed]
16
  1. Sir William Arthur Lewis
  2. Óscar Arias
  3. Ronald Coase
  4. Leonid Hurwicz
  1. Ralph Bunche
  2. Robert Mundell
  1. George Bernard Shaw
  2. Bertrand Russell
  3. Sir John Hicks
  4. Philip Noel-Baker
  5. Friedrich von Hayek
  6. James Meade
  7. Merton Miller
  8. Amartya Sen
  9. George Akerlof
  10. Paul Krugman
Uppsala University
15
  1. Svante Arrhenius
  2. Theodor Svedberg
  3. Arne Tiselius
  4. Hannes Alfvén
  5. Erik Axel Karlfeldt
  6. Nathan Söderblom
  7. Alva Myrdal
  8. Dag Hammarskjöld
  1. Allvar Gullstrand
  2. Robert Bárány
  3. Manne Siegbahn
  4. Kai Siegbahn
  5. Pär Lagerkvist
  6. Hjalmar Branting
  7. Hugo Theorell
Imperial College London[28]
15
  1. Derek Barton
  2. Geoffrey Wilkinson
  3. Alexander Fleming
  1. Walter Haworth
  2. Frederick Hopkins
  1. George Thomson
  2. Dennis Gabor
  3. Abdus Salam
  4. Derek Barton
  5. Geoffrey Wilkinson
  6. Alexander Fleming
  7. Rodney Porter
  1. Patrick Blackett
  2. Cyril Hinshelwood
  3. George Porter
  4. Ernest Chain
  5. Andrew Huxley
École Normale Supérieure
14
  1. Claude Cohen-Tannoudji
  2. Pierre-Gilles de Gennes
  3. Gabriel Lippmann
  4. Louis Néel
  5. Jean Baptiste Perrin
  6. Paul Sabatier
  7. Alfred Kastler
  8. Romain Rolland
  9. Jean-Paul Sartre
  10. Henri Bergson
  11. Gerard Debreu
  12. Albert Fert
  1. Samuel Beckett
  1. Nicolaas Bloembergen
City University of New York[29]
13[citation needed]
  1. Stanley Cohen
  2. Gertrude Elion
  3. Rosalyn Yalow
  1. Harry M. Markowitz
Duke University
12
  1. Robert C. Richardson
  2. Charles H. Townes
  1. Hans Dehmelt
  1. Peter Agre
  2. Hans Bethe
  3. Max Born
  4. Gertrude Elion
  5. Craig Mello
  6. Joseph Stiglitz
  7. Eric F. Wieschaus
  8. Kurt Wüthrich
University of Geneva[18]
11
  1. Norman Angell
  2. Daniel Bovet
  3. Edmond H. Fischer
  4. Kofi Annan
  1. Werner Arber
  1. Gunnar Myrdal
  2. Niels Jerne
  3. Maurice Allais
  4. Edmond H. Fischer
  5. Martin Rodbell
  6. Alan J. Heeger
University of Utrecht[30]
11
École Polytechnique
10
  1. Maurice Allais
  2. Henri Becquerel
  3. Sully Prudhomme
  1. Albert Michelson
  1. Pierre-Gilles de Gennes
  2. Georges Charpak
University of California, Los Angeles
10
  1. Ralph Bunche
  2. Bruce Merrifield
  3. Glenn T. Seaborg
  4. William Sharpe
  1. Paul Boyer
  2. Donald Cram
  3. Louis Ignarro
  4. Willard Libby
  1. Bertrand Russell
  2. Julian Schwinger
University of Copenhagen
10
  1. Niels Ryberg Finsen
  2. Niels Bohr
  3. Aage Bohr
  4. August Krogh
  5. Johannes Fibiger
  6. Jens Christian Schou
  7. Niels Kaj Jerne
  1. Johannes Vilhelm Jensen
  2. Ben Roy Mottelson
  1. Niels Ryberg Finsen
  2. Niels Bohr
  3. Aage Bohr
  4. August Krogh
  5. Johannes Fibiger
  6. Henrik Dam
City College of New York
10
  1. Julius Axelrod
  2. Kenneth Arrow
  3. Herbert Hauptman
  4. Robert Hofstadter
  5. Jerome Karle
  6. Arthur Kornberg
  7. Leon M. Lederman
  8. Arno Penzias
  9. Henry Kissinger
  10. Robert J. Aumann
University of Washington
10
  1. Linda B. Buck
  2. George Hitchings
  3. Martin Rodbell
  4. George Stigler
  1. Linda B. Buck
  2. Hans G. Dehmelt
  3. Leland H. Hartwell
  4. Douglass North
  1. Edmond H. Fischer
  2. Edwin Krebs
  3. E. Donnall Thomas
University of Toronto
9
  1. Sir Frederick Banting
  2. James Orbinski
  3. Walter Kohn
  4. Arthur Leonard Schawlow
  5. Lester B. Pearson
  6. Bertram Brockhouse
  1. John James Richard Macleod
  2. John Charles Polanyi
  3. Oliver Smithies
University of Tokyo
9
  1. Yasunari Kawabata
  2. Leo Esaki
  3. Eisaku Sato
  4. Kenzaburo Oe
  5. Masatoshi Koshiba
  6. Yoichiro Nambu
  1. Hideki Yukawa
  2. Shinichirou Tomonaga
  3. Masatoshi Koshiba
  4. Toshihide Masukawa
King's College London[31]
9
  1. Frederick Gowland Hopkins
  2. Desmond Tutu
  3. Max Theiler
  1. Charles Barkla
  2. Owen Richardson
  3. Frederick Gowland Hopkins
  4. Charles Scott Sherrington
  5. Edward Appleton
  6. Maurice Wilkins
  7. James Black
  1. Desmond Tutu
University of Basel[18]
9
  1. Charles Albert Gobat
  2. Carl Spitteler
  3. Paul Hermann Müller
  4. Rolf Zinkernagel
  5. Kurt Wüthrich
  1. Sune Bergström
  2. Eric F. Wieschaus
  1. Tadeus Reichstein
  2. Werner Arber
University of Edinburgh[32]
9
  1. James Mirrlees
  2. Peter C. Doherty
  1. Igor Tamm
  1. Charles Glover Barkla
  2. Max Born
  3. Peter D. Mitchell
  1. Sir Alexander Fleming
University of Texas at Austin
9
  1. John Maxwell Coetzee
  2. E. Donnall Thomas
  1. Hermann Joseph Muller
  2. George Davis Snell
  3. Finn E. Kydland[33]
  1. Steven Weinberg[34]
  2. Ilya Prigogine[35]
  1. Gunnar Myrdal[36]
  2. Alva Myrdal[36]
Eberhard Karls University of Tübingen
9
  1. Günter Blobel
  2. Karl Ferdinand Braun
  3. Eduard Buchner
  4. Adolf Butenandt
  5. Hartmut Michel
  6. William Ramsay
  7. Bert Sakmann
  8. Georg Wittig
  1. Christiane Nüsslein-Volhard
University of Vienna[37]
9
University of California, Santa Barbara
9
  1. Carol Greider
  1. Edward Prescott
  1. David Gross
  2. Alan Heeger
  3. Walter Kohn
  4. Herbert Kroemer
  5. Finn Kydland
  6. Frank Wilczek
  1. Robert Schrieffer
Indiana University
8
  1. James D. Watson
  1. Riccardo Giacconi
  2. Renato Dulbecco
  3. Ferid Murad
  1. Salvador E. Luria
  2. Hermann Joseph Muller
  3. J. Hans D. Jensen
  4. Elinor Ostrom
University of Birmingham[38]
8
  1. Francis Aston
  2. Maurice Wilkins
  3. Sir Paul Nurse
  4. Professor Peter Bullock
  1. Sir John Vane
  1. Sir Norman Haworth
  2. Lord Robert Cecil
  1. Sir Peter Medawar
University of Rochester
8
  1. Steven Chu
  2. Vincent du Vigneaud
  3. Arthur Kornberg
  4. Carleton Gajdusek
  5. Masatoshi Koshiba
  1. George Hoyt Whipple
  2. Henrik Dam
  3. Robert Fogel
University of Liverpool
8
  1. Charles Barkla
  2. Har Gobind Khorana
  3. Rodney Porter
  4. Joseph Rotblat
  1. Sir Robert Robinson
  1. Sir James Chadwick
Kyoto University
8
  1. Kenichi Fukui
  2. Ryoji Noyori
  3. Shinichirou Tomonaga
  4. Susumu Tonegawa
  5. Hideki Yukawa
  1. Aung San Suu Kyi
  1. Kenichi Fukui
  2. Hideki Yukawa
  3. Toshihide Masukawa
  4. Makoto Kobayashi
McGill University
8
  1. Val Logsdon Fitch
  2. David Hunter Hubel
  3. Rudolph Marcus
  4. Andrzej W. Schally
  5. Jack W. Szostak
  6. Willard Boyle
  1. Frederick Soddy
  1. Ernest Rutherford
Bonn University
7
  1. Harald zur Hausen
  2. Luigi Pirandello
  3. Paul Johann Ludwig von Heyse
  1. Reinhard Selten
  2. Wolfgang Paul
  3. Otto Wallach
  4. Philipp Lenard
  1. Reinhard Selten
  2. Wolfgang Paul
Vanderbilt University
7
  1. Stanford Moore
  2. Muhammad Yunus
  1. Al Gore
  1. Max Delbrück
  2. Paul Greengard
  3. Earl W. Sutherland, Jr.
  4. Stanley Cohen
University of Maryland, College Park
7
  1. Raymond Davis Jr.
  2. Herbert Hauptman
  1. Hannes Alfven
  1. Thomas C. Schelling
  2. Juan Ramon Jimenez
  3. John C. Mather
  1. William Daniel Phillips
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
7
  1. Robert F. Furchgott
  1. Peter Agre
  2. Gertrude B. Elion
  3. George H. Hitchings
  4. Rudolph Marcus
  5. Martin Rodbell
  6. Oliver Smithies
Northwestern University
7
  1. Saul Bellow
  2. Robert Furchgott
  3. George Stigler
  1. Ralph Bunche
  1. Roger Myerson
  2. John Pople
  3. Edward Prescott
University of Colorado
6
  1. Sidney Altman
  1. Craig C. Mello
  1. Carl Wieman
  2. Eric Cornell
  3. Thomas R. Cech
  4. John L. Hall
University of Bristol
7
  1. Paul Dirac
  2. Jean-Marie Gustave Le Clézio
  1. Nevill Francis Mott
  2. Cecil Frank Powell
  3. William Ramsay
  4. Winston Churchill
  1. Dorothy Hodgkin
Florida State University[39]
6[citation needed]
  1. James M. Buchanan
  1. Konrad E. Bloch
  2. Paul A.M. Dirac
  3. Harold Kroto
  4. Robert S. Mulliken
  5. Robert Schrieffer
Hebrew University of Jerusalem
6
  1. David J. Gross
  2. Avram Hershko
  3. Aaron Ciechanover
  4. Daniel Kahneman#
  1. Roger D. Kornberg
  1. Robert J. Aumann
  2. Daniel Kahneman#
University of Graz
6 Victor Francis Hess
  1. Karl von Frisch
  2. Victor Francis Hess
  3. Otto Loewi
  4. Erwin Schrödinger
  5. Julius Wagner-Jauregg
  6. Fritz Pregl
University of Glasgow[40]
6
  1. Sir William Ramsay
  2. John Boyd Orr
  3. Sir Alexander Robert Todd
  1. Sir James Black
  1. Frederick Soddy
  2. Sir Derek Barton
University of Melbourne
7
  1. Frank Macfarlane Burnet
  2. John Carew Eccles
  3. Elizabeth Blackburn
  1. Peter C. Doherty
  2. Bert Sakmann
  3. James Mirrlees
  4. Clive Granger
University of Wrocław
6
  1. Friedrich Bergius
  2. Max Born
  3. Hans Georg Dehmelt
  4. Paul Ehrlich
  5. Theodor Mommsen
  6. Otto Stern
University of Adelaide[41]
6[citation needed]
  1. Sir William Lawrence Bragg
  2. Sir Howard Walter Florey
  3. J. Robin Warren
  1. Sir William Henry Bragg
  2. Nick Harvey (As a member of the IPCC)
  1. J. M. Coetzee
University of St Andrews
5
  1. James W. Black
  1. Rudyard Kipling
  2. Fridtjof Nansen
  1. Alan MacDiarmid
  2. Walter Haworth
Amherst College
5
  1. Henry W. Kendall
  2. Edmund Phelps
  3. Harold E. Varmus
  4. Joseph E. Stiglitz
  1. Hermann J. Muller
University of Bern
5
  1. Charles Gobat
  2. Theodor Kocher
  3. George de Hevesy
  1. Paul Nurse
  1. Theodor Kocher#
  2. Albert Einstein
University of British Columbia
5
  1. Robert Mundell
  2. Bertram Brockhouse
  1. Michael Smith
  2. Har Gobind Khorana
  1. Carl Wieman
University of Buenos Aires
5
  1. Carlos Saavedra Lamas
  2. Bernardo Houssay
  3. Luis Federico Leloir
  4. César Milstein
  1. Adolfo Pérez Esquivel
University of California, San Francisco
5
  1. Kary Mullis
  1. J. Michael Bishop
  2. Harold E. Varmus
  3. Stanley B. Prusiner
  4. Elizabeth Blackburn
Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology
5
  1. Nikolay Semyonov
  2. Lev Landau
  3. Aleksandr Prokhorov
  4. Pyotr Kapitsa
  5. Vitaly Ginzburg
University of Pittsburgh
5
  1. Philip Hench
  2. Paul Lauterbur
  3. Wangari Maathai
  1. Daniel McFadden
  1. Niels Jerne
Purdue University
5
  1. Edward Mills Purcell
  2. Ben Roy Mottelson
  1. Herbert C. Brown
  2. Julian Schwinger
  3. Vernon L. Smith
Rutgers University
5
  1. Milton Friedman
  2. Selman Waksman
  3. David A. Morse
  1. Heinrich Rohrer
  1. Selman Waksman
  2. Toni Morrison
University of Sheffield[42]
5
  1. Harry Kroto
  2. Richard J. Roberts
  1. Howard Florey
  2. Hans Adolf Krebs
  3. George Porter
Swarthmore College
5
  1. Christian B. Anfinsen
  2. David Baltimore
  3. Howard Martin Temin
  4. Edward C. Prescott
  5. John C. Mather
École supérieure de physique et de chimie industrielles de la ville de Paris
5
  1. Frédéric Joliot
  1. Pierre Curie
  2. Marie Curie
  3. Georges Charpak
  1. Pierre Curie
  2. Marie Curie
  3. Georges Charpak
  4. Pierre-Gilles de Gennes
University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas[43][44]
5
  1. Linda B. Buck
  2. Joseph L. Goldstein
  1. Michael S. Brown
  2. Johann Deisenhofer
  3. Alfred G. Gilman
  1. Joseph L. Goldstein
Brown University
4
  1. Craig C. Mello
  1. Lars Onsager
  2. Vernon L. Smith
  1. Leon Neil Cooper
University of Cape Town
4
  1. Max Theiler
  2. Allan McLeod Cormack
  3. Aaron Klug
  4. J. M. Coetzee
  1. Ralph Bunche
  1. Allan McLeod Cormack
  2. J. M. Coetzee
Nagoya University
4
  1. Makoto Kobayashi
  2. Toshihide Maskawa
  3. Osamu Shimomura
  1. Ryoji Noyori
  2. Osamu Shimomura
University of Calcutta
4
  1. Amartya Sen
  1. Sir Chandrasekhara Venkata Raman
  2. Rabindranath Tagore
  3. Ronald Ross
  1. Sir Chandrasekhara Venkata Raman
University of Arizona
4
  1. Vernon L. Smith
  1. Nicolaas Bloembergen
  2. Roy J. Glauber
  3. Willis E. Lamb
Louis Pasteur University, Strasbourg, France
4
  1. Karl Ferdinand Braun
  2. Albrecht Kossel
  3. Jean-Marie Lehn
  1. Albert Schweitzer
University of California, Irvine
4
  1. Frank Sherwood Rowland
  2. Frederick Reines
  3. Irwin Rose
  4. Mario J. Molina
Charles University of Prague
4
  1. Jaroslav Heyrovský
  2. Carl Ferdinand Cori
  3. Gerty Cori
  1. Albert Einstein
Texas A&M University[45]
4
  1. Jack Kilby
  1. Dudley R. Herschbach
  2. Norman E. Borlaug
  3. Derek Barton
Haverford College
4
  1. Joseph H. Taylor, Jr.
  2. Baron Noel-Baker
  3. Theodore William Richards
  4. Henry J. Cadbury
Ohio State University
4
  1. Paul Flory
  2. William Fowler
  1. Leon Cooper
  1. Kenneth G. Wilson
University of Oslo[46]
4
  1. Ragnar Frisch
  2. Odd Hassel
  3. Ivar Giæver
  4. Trygve Haavelmo
University of Virginia
4
  1. Alfred G. Gilman
  2. Barry Marshall
  3. Ferid Murad
  1. William Faulkner
University of the Witwatersrand
4
  1. Aaron Klug
  2. Nadine Gordimer
  3. Nelson Mandela
  4. Sydney Brenner
Boston University
4
  1. Martin Luther King, Jr.
  1. Elie Wiesel
  2. Derek Walcott
  3. Osamu Shimomura
Mayo Clinic
4
  1. Albert Szent-Györgyi[47]
  2. Luis Walter Alvarez[47]
  1. Philip Showalter Hench
  2. Edward Calvin Kendall
Chinese University of Hong Kong[48]
4
  1. Charles K. Kao
  1. Chen Ning Yang
  2. James Mirrlees
  3. Robert A. Mundell
Universität zu Köln
3
  1. Heinrich Böll
  1. Kurt Alder
  2. Peter Grünberg
Arizona State University
3
  1. Edward C. Prescott
  2. Elinor Ostrom
  1. Leland H. Hartwell
Brandeis University
2
  1. Roderick MacKinnon
  1. John Forbes Nash, Jr.
University of New Mexico
3
  1. Frederick Chapman Robbins
  1. Jean-Marie Gustave Le Clézio
  1. Murray Gell-Mann
University of Aberdeen
3
  1. John James Richard Macleod
  2. George Paget Thomson
  3. John Boyd Orr
The Australian National University
3
  1. Rolf M. Zinkernagel
  1. Sir John Eccles
  2. Peter C. Doherty
Dartmouth College
3
  1. Owen Chamberlain
  2. K. Barry Sharpless
  3. George Snell
Georgia Institute of Technology
3
  1. Kary B. Mullis
  2. Jimmy Carter
  1. Paul J. Crutzen
University of the Punjab
3
  1. Hargobind Khorana
  2. Abdus Salam
  1. Arthur Holly Compton
Cairo University
3
  1. Naguib Mahfouz
  2. Yasser Arafat
  3. Mohamed ElBaradei
University of Helsinki
3

Frans Eemil Sillanpää

  1. Ragnar Granit
  2. Artturi Ilmari Virtanen
Illinois Institute of Technology
  1. Jack Steinberger
  1. Herbert Simon
  1. Leon M. Lederman
McMaster University
3
  1. Myron Scholes
  2. James Orbinski
  1. Bertram Brockhouse
Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico
3
  1. Alfonso García Robles
  2. Mario Molina
  3. Octavio Paz
Oberlin College[49]
3
  1. Robert Millikan
  2. Roger Sperry
  3. Stanley Cohen
Rice University
3
  1. Robert Curl
  2. Robert Woodrow Wilson
  1. Richard Smalley
State University of New York at Buffalo
3
  1. Ronald H. Coase
  2. J. M. Coetzee
  1. Herbert A. Hauptman
Tsukuba University
3
  1. Shinichirou Tomonaga
  2. Hideki Shirakawa
  1. Leo Esaki
State University of New York at Stony Brook
3
  1. Paul Lauterbur
  2. Robert J. Aumann
  3. Chen Ning Yang
University of Pisa
3
  1. Giosuè Carducci
  2. Enrico Fermi
  3. Carlo Rubbia
Queen Mary, University of London[50]
3
  1. Peter Mansfield
  1. Joseph Rotblat
  1. John Robert Vane
University of Sydney[51]
3
  1. John Cornforth
  2. John Harsanyi
  1. Robert Robinson
University of Texas at Dallas[45]
3
  1. Russell A. Hulse
  2. Alan MacDiarmid
  1. Polykarp Kusch
Sapienza University of Rome
3
  1. Daniel Bovet
  2. Enrico Fermi
  3. Emilio G. Segrè
  1. Enrico Fermi
University of Utah
3
  1. Venkatraman Ramakrishnan[52]
  1. Mario Capecchi
  1. James Cronin
University of Warsaw
3
  1. Menachem Begin
  2. Józef Rotblat
  3. Leonid Hurwicz
University of Pavia
3
  1. Camillo Golgi
  2. Giulio Natta
  1. Carlo Rubbia
University of Turin
3
  1. Rita Levi Montalcini
  2. Renato Dulbecco
  3. Salvador Luria
Wesleyan University
3
  1. T.S. Eliot
  1. V.S. Naipaul
  2. Woodrow Wilson
George Washington University
2
  1. Julius Axelrod
  1. Vincent du Vigneaud
University of Erlangen-Nuremberg[53]
2
  1. Eduard Buchner[54]
  2. Harald zur Hausen
Cardiff University[55]
2
  1. Martin Evans
  1. Robert Huber
Hamilton College[56]
2
  1. Elihu Root
  2. Paul Greengard
Michigan State University
2
  1. Alfred D. Hershey
  1. Robert H. Grubbs
Ohio Wesleyan University[57]
2
  1. F. Sherwood Rowland
  2. Woodrow "Woody" Clark II
Saint Petersburg Polytechnical University [58]
2
  1. Pyotr Kapitsa
  1. Nikolay Semyonov
Southwest Associated University
2
  1. Chen Ning Yang
  2. Tsung-Dao Lee
University Of Athens
2
  1. Odysseas Elytis
  1. Giorgos Seferis
Universidad de Chile
2
  1. Gabriela Mistral
  2. Pablo Neruda
University of Dublin, Trinity College
2
  1. Samuel Beckett
  1. Ernest Walton
University of Greifswald
2
  1. Gerhard Domagk
  2. Johannes Stark
Middle Tennessee State University
2
  1. James M. Buchanan
  1. Muhammad Yunus
University of Florida
2
  1. Marshall Nirenberg
  2. Robert Grubbs
George Mason University
2
  1. James M. Buchanan
  2. Vernon L. Smith
University of Nottingham
2
  1. Clive Granger
  1. Peter Mansfield
University of Saskatchewan[59]
2
  1. Henry Taube
  1. Gerhard Herzberg
Stevens Institute of Technology
2
  1. Frederick Reines
  1. Irving Langmuir
Technion - Israel Institute of Technology
2
  1. Avram Hershko
  2. Aaron Ciechanover
Baku State University
1
  1. Lev Landau
College of the Holy Cross
1
  1. Joseph E. Murray
Politecnico di Milano
1
  1. Giulio Natta
  1. Giulio Natta
University of Tennessee
1
  1. James M. Buchanan
Tufts University
2
  1. Roderick MacKinnon
  1. Allan M. Cormack
United States Naval Academy
2
  1. Albert Abraham Michelson
  2. Jimmy Carter
University of Kansas
2
  1. Vernon L. Smith
  1. F. Sherwood Rowland
University of Western Australia
2
  1. Barry Marshall
  2. Robin Warren
Virginia Commonwealth University
2
  1. Baruj Benacerraf
  1. John Bennett Fenn
The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston[45]
1
  1. Ferid Murad
Baylor College of Medicine
2
  1. Roger Guillemin
  2. Andrew W. Schally
University of Zagreb
2
  1. Vladimir Prelog
Saint Louis University
1
  1. Edward Doisy
Ohio University
1
  1. Venkatraman Ramakrishnan
York University[60][61]
1
  1. Roger Pulwarty
Tokyo Institute of Technology
1
  1. Hideki Shirakawa
Tohoku University
1
  1. Koichi Tanaka
Nagasaki University
1
  1. Osamu Shimomura
National University of Colombia
1
  1. Gabriel García Márquez
Zhejiang University
1
  1. Tsung-Dao Lee
State University of New York at Albany
1
  1. Toni Morrison
University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee
1
  1. Jack Kilby
University of Alberta
1
  1. Richard E. Taylor
University of Alexandria
1
  1. Ahmed Zewail
Acadia University
1
  1. Charles B. Huggins
Istanbul University
1
  1. Orhan Pamuk
University of California, Riverside
1
  1. Richard R. Schrock
Chalmers University of Technology
1
  1. Nils Gustaf Dalén
DePauw University
1
  1. Ferid Murad
University of East Anglia
1
  1. Sir Paul Nurse
Emory University[62]
2
  1. Tenzin Gyatso, The 14th Dalai Lama
  2. Jimmy Carter
Fordham University
1
Grinnell College
1
  1. Thomas Cech
University of Houston
1
  1. Jody Williams
Kyoto Institute of Technology
1
  1. Kenichi Fukui
National University of Ireland, Maynooth
1
  1. John Hume
Jagiellonian University
1
  1. Wisława Szymborska
Juniata College[63]
1
  1. William Daniel Phillips
Lawrence University
1
  1. Thomas A. Steitz
University of Connecticut
1
  1. David Lee (physicist)
University of Mississippi
1
  1. William Faulkner
Michigan Technological University
1
  1. Melvin Calvin
National Taiwan University
1
  1. Yuan T. Lee
  1. Yuan T. Lee
National Tsing Hua University
1
  1. Yuan T. Lee
Pennsylvania State University[64]
1
  1. Paul Berg
University of Queensland
1
  1. Peter C. Doherty
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
1
  1. Ivar Giaever
Royal Institute of Technology[65]
1
  1. Hannes Alfvén
School for International Training
1
  1. Jody Williams
School of Oriental and African Studies
1
  1. Aung San Suu Kyi
State University of New York Downstate Medical Center
1
  1. Robert F. Furchgott
Virginia Military Institute
1
  1. George C. Marshall
University of Southern California
1
  1. George Olah
Southern Methodist University
1
  1. James Cronin
University of Massachusetts Medical School
1
  1. Craig C. Mello
University of Szeged
1
  1. Albert Szent-Györgyi
Tehran University
1
  1. Shirin Ebadi
Tulane University
1
  1. Andrzej W. Schally
University of Coimbra
1
  1. Egas Moniz
University College Dublin
1
  1. James Heckman
Carol Davila University of Medicine and Pharmacy
1
  1. George Palade
  1. George Palade
University of Vermont
1
  1. Jody Williams
University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras Campus
1
  1. Juan Ramón Jiménez
Wellesley College
1
  1. Emily Greene Balch
College of Wooster
1
  1. Arthur Holly Compton
Brigham Young University
1
  1. Paul D. Boyer
Dhaka University
1
  1. Muhammad Yunus
Mount Sinai School of Medicine
1
  1. Rosalyn Yalow
Macalester College
1
  1. Kofi Annan
Williams College
1
  1. Robert F. Engle
Norwegian School of Economics and Business Administration[66]
1
  1. Finn E. Kydland
University of Vilnius
1
  1. Czesław Miłosz
University of Essex
1
  1. Óscar Arias
University of Milan
1
  1. Riccardo Giacconi
Aarhus University[67]
1
  1. Jens Christian Skou
Tavrida National V.I. Vernadsky University[68]
1
  1. Igor Tamm

See also

Notes

  1. ^ For the purpose of this ranking, "affiliation" is defined by the broadest possible terms to avoid any discussion on the parameters of an affiliation. Therefore, an affiliate is a Nobel laureate who can be classified as attendee, graduate, researcher or member of the academic staff at or of the respective institution. Laureates who qualify for several categories are only counted once.
  2. ^ Any laureate who received a degree from the academic institution.
  3. ^ Any laureate who attended at least one course or conducted research at the institution, but did not receive a degree from it.
  4. ^ Any laureate who was a member of the respective institution's academic staff before or during receiving the prize. The degree of affiliation (adjunct, visiting, tenured etc.) is irrelevant for these purposes.
  5. ^ Any laureate who was a member of the respective institution's academic staff only after receiving the prize. The degree of affiliation (adjunct, visiting, tenured etc.) is irrelevant for these purposes.
  6. A star (#) indicates a Nobel laureate who has more than one affiliation to the respective institution. To be counted only once.
  7. The Nobel Committee has their own list at http://nobelprize.org/nobel_prizes/lists/universities.html that lists the university the Prize winners were affiliated with at the time of the Prize announcement.

References

The following is a list of university homepages listing Nobel Prize laureates affiliated to the respective university. Please note that the method of counting differs from university to university. Often, graduates are not included, sometimes, researchers and faculty appointments after the award are not counted. Please consider that some of the pages are not up to date.

  1. ^ "Nobel Laureates and Universities". nobelprize.org. http://nobelprize.org/nobel_prizes/lists/universities.html. 
  2. ^ "Columbia University". http://www.studentaffairs.columbia.edu/admissions/university/academic/faculty.php. 
  3. ^ "Chicago". http://www-news.uchicago.edu/resources/nobel. Retrieved 2006-06-11. 
  4. ^ "University of Cambridge". http://web.archive.org/web/20080213151522/http://www.cam.ac.uk/cambuniv/nobelprize.html. Retrieved 2006-06-11.  (archived from the original on 2008-02-13).
    To the Cambridge official count could be added Eric Maskin (Economics 2007), a research fellow at Jesus College in 1976. The official count also excludes Roger D. Kornberg (Chemistry 2006) and Andrew Fire (Physiology/Medicine 2006), postdocs at the MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology in 1972-76 and 1983-86, respectively.
  5. ^ MIT Office of the Provost, Institutional Research
  6. ^ "Massachusetts Institute of Technology". http://web.mit.edu/newsoffice/special/nobels.html. Retrieved 2006-06-11. 
  7. ^ "Harvard". http://www.news.harvard.edu/guide/faculty/fac6.html. Retrieved 2006-06-11. 
  8. ^ "University of California, Berkeley". http://www.berkeley.edu/news/features/2000/nobel/uc_nobels.html. Retrieved 2006-06-11. 
  9. ^ "Oxford". http://www.ox.ac.uk/about_the_university/oxford_people/oxonian_award_winners/. Retrieved 2006-06-11. 
  10. ^ "Stanford". http://www.stanford.edu/home/stanford/facts/faculty.html. Retrieved 2006-06-11. 
  11. ^ "Göttingen". http://webdoc.sub.gwdg.de/ebook/a/2002/nobelcd/html/intro.htm. Retrieved 2006-06-11. 
  12. ^ "Cornell University". http://www.news.cornell.edu/campus/Nobel_Laureates_at_CUk1.shtml. Retrieved 2006-06-11. 
  13. ^ Nobel laureates affiliated with LMU
  14. ^ "Johns Hopkins University". http://webapps.jhu.edu/jhuniverse/information_about_hopkins/facts_and_statistics/nobel_prize_winners/index.cfm. Retrieved 2006-06-11. 
  15. ^ "Princeton University". http://www.princeton.edu/pr/facts/nobels/. Retrieved 2009-03-16. 
  16. ^ "Caltech". http://pr.caltech.edu/events/caltech_nobel. Retrieved 2006-06-11. 
  17. ^ "ETH Zurich". http://www.ethz.ch/about/bginfos/nobelprize/index_EN. Retrieved 2008-03-16. 
  18. ^ a b c d "Schweizer Nobelpreistraeger". http://www.muellerscience.com/SPEZIALITAETEN/Schweiz/SchweizerNobelpreistraeger.htm. Retrieved 2008-05-13. 
  19. ^ "Humboldt University". http://web.archive.org/web/20071026033419rn_1/www.hu-berlin.de/ueberblick/geschichte/nobelpr_html. Retrieved 2006-10-06.  (archived from the original on 2007-10-26)
  20. ^ "University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign" (PDF). http://web.archive.org/web/20071128221728/http://www.creativeservices.uiuc.edu/factsheetpdfs/nobel.pdf. Retrieved 2006-06-11.  (archived from the original on 2007-11-28)
  21. ^ "University of Manchester". http://web.archive.org/web/20050204165730/http://www.man.ac.uk/about/nobel.html. Retrieved 2006-06-11.  (archived from the original on 2005-02-04)
  22. ^ "Rockefeller University". http://www.rockefeller.edu/nobel.html. Retrieved 2006-06-11. 
  23. ^ "Washington University in St. Louis". http://library.wustl.edu/units/spec/archives/facts/nobelprizes.html. Retrieved 2007-03-07. 
  24. ^ "University College London". http://www.ucl.ac.uk/about-ucl/facts/. Retrieved 2006-07-03. 
  25. ^ [http://www.pr.uni-freiburg.de/publikationen/flyerbroschplak/Nobelpreisgewinner_universitaet_freiburg.pdf "top Nobelpreisträger Universität Freiburg"]. http://www.pr.uni-freiburg.de/publikationen/flyerbroschplak/Nobelpreisgewinner_universitaet_freiburg.pdf. Retrieved 2009-12-13. 
  26. ^ "University of California". http://www.universityofcalifornia.edu/nobel/list.html. Retrieved 2008-10-08. 
  27. ^ [http://ucsdnews.ucsd.edu/newsrel/science/10-09Ramakrishnan.asp "Former UC San Diego Graduate Student Shares 2009 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for Ribosome Research"]. UC San Diego website. October 7, 2009. http://ucsdnews.ucsd.edu/newsrel/science/10-09Ramakrishnan.asp. 
  28. ^ "Imperial College London". http://www3.imperial.ac.uk/aboutimperial/factsandfigures/nobellaureates. Retrieved 2007-09-05. 
  29. ^ "City University of New York". http://www1.cuny.edu/about/cuny/nobel-laureates.html. Retrieved 2007-05-10. 
  30. ^ "University of Utrecht". http://www.uu.nl/uupublish/homeuu/homeenglish/aboututrechtuniv/corporateinforma/history/nobelprizewinner/23055main.html. Retrieved 2006-06-11. 
  31. ^ "King's College London". https://www.kcl.ac.uk/about/history/people/nobel.html. Retrieved 2006-07-03. 
  32. ^ "University of Edinburgh". http://www.international.ed.ac.uk/reputation.htm. Retrieved 2006-11-01. 
  33. ^ Former UT professor wins Nobel Prize for economics - Austin Business Journal:
  34. ^ Professor Steven Weinberg
  35. ^ Prof. Ilya Prigogine @ Center for Complex Quantum Systems
  36. ^ a b Faculty during 1978: http://www.utexas.edu/lbj/pubs/record/archive/issue047.html
  37. ^ "University of Vienna". http://www.univie.ac.at/archiv/tour/21.htm. Retrieved 2006-06-11. 
  38. ^ "University of Birmingham". http://bhamalumni.org/NetCommunity/Page.aspx?pid=610. Retrieved 2008-11-10. 
  39. ^ "Florida State University". http://www.fsu.edu/~fstime/FS-Times/Volume2/apr97web/11apr97.html. Retrieved 2006-09-16. 
  40. ^ "University of Glasgow". http://www.gla.ac.uk/about/history/fame/. Retrieved 2007-09-09. 
  41. ^ "University of Adelaide". http://www.adelaide.edu.au/research/nobel/. Retrieved 2006-08-28. 
  42. ^ "University of Sheffield". http://www.shef.ac.uk/about/nobel.html. Retrieved 2007-04-02. 
  43. ^ "University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas". http://www8.utsouthwestern.edu/utsw/cda/dept37389/files/68757.html. Retrieved 2007-06-11. 
  44. ^ "University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas". http://www8.utsouthwestern.edu/utsw/home/about/nobel/index.html. Retrieved 2007-06-11. 
  45. ^ a b c "Texas". http://www.tamest.org/nobelprize.php. Retrieved 2006-06-11. 
  46. ^ "University of Oslo". http://www.uio.no/english/nobel_prize. Retrieved 2006-06-11. 
  47. ^ a b http://www.mayoclinicproceedings.com/pdf%2F8102%2F8102hv.pdf
  48. ^ "Chineses University of Hong Kong". http://www2.cuhk.edu.hk/oafa/about.php?section=Distinguished%20Faculty%20Members. Retrieved 2007-11-10. 
  49. ^ "Oberlin College". http://www.oberlin.edu/coladm/after/nobel.html. Retrieved 2006-06-11. 
  50. ^ "Queen Mary, University of London Notable Alumni and Staff". http://www.qmul.ac.uk/alumni/alumninetwork/notablealumni/index.html. Retrieved 2007-09-23. 
  51. ^ "University of Sydney". http://www.usyd.edu.au/about/profile/pub/alumni.shtml. Retrieved 2007-06-22. 
  52. ^ http://www.unews.utah.edu/p/?r=100709-1
  53. ^ "Erlangen-Nuremberg". http://www.uni-erlangen.de. Retrieved 2009-12-06. 
  54. ^ "Eduard Buchner´s biography at nobelprize.org". http://nobelprize.org/nobel_prizes/chemistry/laureates/1907/buchner-bio.html. Retrieved 2009-12-06. 
  55. ^ "Cardiff". http://www.cardiff.ac.uk. Retrieved 2007-12-11. 
  56. ^ "Hamilton College". http://www.hamilton.edu. Retrieved 2008-03-11. 
  57. ^ "Ohio Wesleyan University". http://www.owu.edu. Retrieved 2008-01-31. 
  58. ^ "Saint Petersburg Polytechnical University". http://www.spbstu.ru/english/facts.html. Retrieved 2007-04-05. 
  59. ^ "University of Saskatchewan". http://www.usask.ca/research/about/nobel.php. Retrieved 2006-10-04. 
  60. ^ http://www.yorku.ca/yfile/archive/index.asp?Article=9565
  61. ^ http://demo.olivesoftware.com/Olive/ODE/magazine_sample/default.aspx?href=YRK/2008/10/01&pageno=32&entity=Ar03200&view=entity
  62. ^ "Emory University". http://www.usna.edu/Admissions/Notables/Presidents/index.htm. Retrieved 2006-06-11. 
  63. ^ "Juniata College". http://nobelprize.org/physics/laureates/1997/phillips-autobio.html. Retrieved 2006-06-11. 
  64. ^ "Pennsylvania State University". http://nobelprize.org/chemistry/laureates/1980/berg-autobio.html. Retrieved 2006-06-11. 
  65. ^ "Royal Institute of Technology". http://www.kth.se/om/fame/1.3968. Retrieved 2007-04-09. 
  66. ^ http://nobelprize.org/nobel_prizes/economics/laureates/2004/kydland-autobio.html
  67. ^ The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1997
  68. ^ Тhе Faculty of Physics of Tavrida National V.I. Vernadsky University

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