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1 United States 320

1. Elinor Ostrom, Economics, 2009
2. Oliver Eaton Williamson, Economics, 2009
3. Barack Obama, Peace, 2009
4. Thomas A. Steitz, Chemistry, 2009
5. Willard S. Boyle, born in Canada, Physics, 2009
6. George E. Smith, Physics, 2009
7. Elizabeth Blackburn, born in Australia, Physiology or Medicine, 2009
8. Carol W. Greider, Physiology or Medicine, 2009
9. Jack W. Szostak, Physiology or Medicine, 2009
10. Paul Krugman, Economics, 2008
11. Roger Yonchien Tsien, Chemistry, 2008
12. Martin Chalfie, Chemistry, 2008
13. Osamu Shimomura, born in Japan, Chemistry, 2008
14. Yoichiro Nambu, born in Japan, Physics, 2008
15. Leonid Hurwicz, born in Russia, Economics, 2007
16. Eric S. Maskin, Economics, 2007
17. Roger B. Myerson, Economics, 2007
18. Al Gore, Peace, 2007
19. Mario R. Capecchi, Physiology or Medicine, 2007
20. Oliver Smithies, Physiology or Medicine, 2007
21. Roger D. Kornberg, Chemistry, 2006
22. John C. Mather, Physics, 2006
23. Edmund S. Phelps, Economics, 2006
24. George F. Smoot, Physics, 2006
25. Andrew Z. Fire, Physiology or Medicine, 2006
26. Craig C. Mello, Physiology or Medicine, 2006
27. Robert Aumann, Economics, 2005
28. Robert H. Grubbs, Chemistry, 2005
29. Richard R. Schrock, Chemistry, 2005
30. Thomas Schelling, Economics, 2005
31. John L. Hall, Physics, 2005
32. Roy J. Glauber, Physics, 2005
33. Irwin Rose, Chemistry, 2004
34. Edward C. Prescott, Economics, 2004
35. David J. Gross, Physics, 2004
36. H. David Politzer, Physics, 2004
37. Frank Wilczek, Physics, 2004
38. Richard Axel, Physiology or Medicine, 2004
39. Linda B. Buck, Physiology or Medicine, 2004
40. Peter Agre, Chemistry, 2003
41. Roderick MacKinnon, Chemistry, 2003
42. Robert F. Engle, Economics, 2003
43. Anthony J. Leggett, Physics, 2003
44. Paul C. Lauterbur, Physiology or Medicine, 2003
45. Alexei A. Abrikosov, born in Russia, Physics, 2003
46. Daniel Kahneman, Economics, 2002
47. Vernon L. Smith, Economics, 2002
48. Jimmy Carter, Peace, 2002
49. Raymond Davis Jr., Physics, 2002
50. Riccardo Giacconi, born in Italy, Physics, 2002
51. Sydney Brenner, Physiology or Medicine 2002
52. H. Robert Horvitz, Physiology or Medicine, 2002
53. William S. Knowles, Chemistry, 2001
54. K. Barry Sharpless, Chemistry, 2001
55. Joseph E. Stiglitz, Economics, 2001
56. George A. Akerlof, Economics, 2001
57. A. Michael Spence, Economics, 2001
58. Eric A. Cornell, Physics, 2001
59. Carl E. Wieman, Physics, 2001
60. Leland H. Hartwell, Physiology or Medicine, 2001
61. Alan Heeger, Chemistry, 2000
62. Alan MacDiarmid, born in New Zealand, Chemistry, 2000
63. James J. Heckman, Economics, 2000
64. Daniel L. McFadden, Economics, 2000
65. Jack Kilby, Physics, 2000
66. Paul Greengard, Physiology or Medicine, 2000
67. Eric R. Kandel, Physiology or Medicine, 2000
68. Ahmed H. Zewail, born in Egypt, Chemistry, 1999
69. G√ľnter Blobel, Physiology or Medicine, 1999
70. Walter Kohn, Chemistry, 1998
71. Robert B. Laughlin, Physics, 1998
72. Daniel C. Tsui, born in China, Physics, 1998
73. Robert F. Furchgott, Physiology or Medicine, 1998
74. Louis J. Ignarro, Physiology or Medicine, 1998
75. Ferid Murad, Physiology or Medicine, 1998
76. Paul D. Boyer, Chemistry, 1997
77. Robert C. Merton, Economics, 1997
78. Myron Scholes, Economics, 1997
79. Jody Williams, Peace, 1997
80. Steven Chu, Physics, 1997
81. William D. Phillips, Physics, 1997
82. Stanley B. Prusiner, Physiology or Medicine, 1997
83. Richard E. Smalley, Chemistry, 1996
84. Robert F. Curl Jr., Chemistry, 1996
85. William Vickrey, Economics, 1996
86. David M. Lee, Physics, 1996
87. Douglas D. Osheroff, Physics, 1996
88. Robert C. Richardson, Physics, 1996
89. Mario J. Molina, Chemistry, 1995
90. F. Sherwood Rowland, Chemistry, 1995
91. Robert Lucas, Jr., Economics, 1995
92. Martin L. Perl, Physics, 1995
93. Frederick Reines, Physics, 1995
94. Edward B. Lewis, Physiology or Medicine, 1995
95. Eric F. Wieschaus, Physiology or Medicine, 1995
96. George Andrew Olah, Chemistry, 1994
97. John Charles Harsanyi, born in Hungary, Economics, 1994
98. John Forbes Nash, Economics, 1994
99. Clifford G. Shull, Physics, 1994
100. Alfred G. Gilman, Physiology or Medicine, 1994
101. Martin Rodbell, Physiology or Medicine, 1994
102. Kary B. Mullis, Chemistry, 1993
103. Robert W. Fogel, Economics, 1993
104. Douglass C. North, Economics, 1993
105. Toni Morrison, Literature, 1993
106. Russell A. Hulse, Physics, 1993
107. Joseph H. Taylor Jr., Physics, 1993
108. Phillip A. Sharp, Physiology or Medicine, 1993
109. Rudolph A. Marcus, Chemistry, 1992
110. Gary S. Becker, Economics, 1992
111. Edmond H. Fischer, born in China, Physiology or Medicine, 1992
112. Edwin G. Krebs, Physiology or Medicine, 1992
113. Elias James Corey, Chemistry, 1990
114. Merton H. Miller, Economics, 1990
115. William F. Sharpe, Economics, 1990
116. Harry M. Markowitz, Economics, 1990
117. Jerome I. Friedman, Physics, 1990
118. Henry W. Kendall, Physics, 1990
119. Joseph E. Murray, Physiology or Medicine, 1990
120. E. Donnall Thomas, Physiology or Medicine, 1990
121. Sidney Altman, Chemistry, 1989
122. Thomas R. Cech, Chemistry, 1989
123. Hans G. Dehmelt, born in Germany, Physics, 1989
124. Norman F. Ramsey, Physics, 1989
125. J. Michael Bishop, Physiology or Medicine, 1989
126. Harold E. Varmus, Physiology or Medicine, 1989
127. Leon M. Lederman, Physics, 1988
128. Melvin Schwartz, Physics, 1988
129. Jack Steinberger, Physics, 1988
130. Gertrude B. Elion, Physiology or Medicine, 1988
131. George H. Hitchings, Physiology or Medicine, 1988
132. Charles J. Pedersen, Chemistry, 1987
133. Donald J. Cram, Chemistry, 1987
134. Robert M. Solow, Economics, 1987
135. Joseph Brodsky, Literature 1987
136. Dudley R. Herschbach, Chemistry, 1986
137. Yuan T. Lee, born in Taiwan, Chemistry, 1986
138. James M. Buchanan, Economics, 1986
139. Elie Wiesel, Peace, 1986
140. Stanley Cohen, Physiology or Medicine, 1986
141. Rita Levi-Montalcini, Physiology or Medicine, 1986
142. Jerome Karle, Chemistry, 1985
143. Herbert A. Hauptman, Chemistry, 1985
144. Franco Modigliani, born in Italy, Economics, 1985
145. Michael S. Brown, Physiology or Medicine, 1985
146. Joseph L. Goldstein, Physiology or Medicine, 1985
147. Bruce Merrifield, Chemistry, 1984
148. Henry Taube, born in Canada, Chemistry, 1983
149. Gerard Debreu, Economics, 1983
150. Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar, born in India, Physics, 1983
151. William A. Fowler, Physics, 1983
152. Barbara McClintock, Physiology or Medicine, 1983
153. George J. Stigler, Economics, 1982
154. Kenneth G. Wilson, Physics, 1982
155. Roald Hoffmann, Chemistry, 1981
156. James Tobin, Economics, 1981
157. Nicolaas Bloembergen, Physics, 1981
158. Arthur L. Schawlow, Physics, 1981
159. David H. Hubel, Physiology or Medicine, 1981
160. Roger W. Sperry, Physiology or Medicine, 1981
161. Walter Gilbert, Chemistry, 1980
162. Paul Berg, Chemistry, 1980
163. Lawrence R. Klein, Economics, 1980
164. CzesŇāaw MiŇāosz, born in then Russian Empire, now Lithuania, Literature, 1980
165. James Cronin, Physics, 1980
166. Val Fitch, Physics, 1980
167. Baruj Benacerraf, born in Venezuela, Physiology or Medicine, 1980
168. George D. Snell, Physiology or Medicine, 1980
169. Herbert C. Brown, Chemistry, 1979
170. Theodore Schultz, Economics, 1979
171. Steven Weinberg, Physics, 1979
172. Sheldon Glashow, Physics, 1979
173. Allan M. Cormack, Physiology or Medicine 1979
174. Herbert A. Simon, Economics, 1978
175. Isaac Bashevis Singer, born in Poland, Literature, 1978
176. Robert Woodrow Wilson, Physics, 1978
177. Arno Penzias, Physics, 1978
178. Hamilton O. Smith, Physiology or Medicine, 1978
179. Daniel Nathans, Physiology or Medicine, 1978
180. Philip Anderson, Physics, 1977
181. John H. van Vleck, Physics, 1977
182. Roger Guillemin, Physiology or Medicine, 1977
183. Andrzej W. Schally, born in Poland, Physiology or Medicine, 1977
184. Rosalyn Yalow, Physiology or Medicine, 1977
185. William Lipscomb, Chemistry, 1976
186. Milton Friedman, Economics, 1976
187. Saul Bellow, Literature 1976
188. Burton Richter, Physics, 1976
189. Samuel C. C. Ting, Physics, 1976
190. Baruch S. Blumberg, Physiology or Medicine, 1976
191. Daniel Carleton Gajdusek, Physiology or Medicine, 1976
192. Tjalling C. Koopmans, Economics, 1975
193. Ben R. Mottelson*, Physics, 1975
194. James Rainwater, Physics, 1975
195. David Baltimore, Physiology or Medicine, 1975
196. Renato Dulbecco, Physiology or Medicine, 1975
197. Howard Martin Temin, Physiology or Medicine, 1975
198. Paul J. Flory, Chemistry, 1974
199. George E. Palade, Physiology or Medicine, 1974
200. Wassily Leontief, Economics, 1973
201. Henry Kissinger, born in Germany, Peace, 1973
202. Ivar Giaever, Norway, Physics, 1973
203. Christian Anfinsen, Chemistry, 1972
204. Stanford Moore, Chemistry, 1972
205. William H. Stein, Chemistry, 1972
206. Kenneth J. Arrow, Economics, 1972
207. John Bardeen, Physics 1972
208. Leon N. Cooper, Physics 1972
209. Robert Schrieffer, Physics 1972
210. Gerald Edelman, Physiology or Medicine, 1972
211. Simon Kuznets, born in then Russia, now Belarus, Economics, 1971
212. Earl W. Sutherland Jr., Physiology or Medicine, 1971
213. Paul A. Samuelson, Economics, 1970
214. Norman Borlaug, Peace, 1970
215. Julius Axelrod, Physiology or Medicine, 1970
216. Murray Gell-Mann, Physics, 1969
217. Max Delbr√ľck, Physiology or Medicine, 1969
218. Alfred Hershey, Physiology or Medicine, 1969
219. Salvador Luria, Physiology or Medicine, 1969
220. Lars Onsager, Chemistry, 1968
221. Luis Alvarez, Physics, 1968
222. Robert W. Holley, Physiology or Medicine, 1968
223. Har Gobind Khorana, Physiology or Medicine, 1968
224. Marshall Warren Nirenberg, Physiology or Medicine, 1968
225. Hans Bethe, born in Germany, Physics, 1967
226. Haldan Keffer Hartline, Physiology or Medicine, 1967
227. George Wald, Physiology or Medicine, 1967
228. Robert S. Mulliken, Chemistry, 1966
229. Charles B. Huggins, Physiology or Medicine, 1966
230. Francis Peyton Rous, Physiology or Medicine, 1966
231. Robert B. Woodward, Chemistry, 1965
232. Richard P. Feynman, Physics, 1965
233. Julian Schwinger, Physics, 1965
234. Martin Luther King, Jr., Peace, 1964
235. Charles H. Townes, Physics, 1964
236. Konrad Bloch, Physiology or Medicine, 1964
237. Maria Goeppert-Mayer, Physics, 1963
238. Eugene Wigner, Physics, 1963
239. John Steinbeck, Literature, 1962
240. Linus C. Pauling, Peace, 1962
241. James D. Watson, Physiology or Medicine, 1962
242. Melvin Calvin, Chemistry, 1961
243. Robert Hofstadter, Physics, 1961
244. Georg von Békésy, born in Hungary, Physiology or Medicine, 1961
245. Willard F. Libby, Chemistry, 1960
246. Donald A. Glaser, Physics, 1960
247. Owen Chamberlain, Physics, 1959
248. Emilio Segrè, born in Italy, Physics, 1959
249. Arthur Kornberg, Physiology or Medicine, 1959
250. Severo Ochoa, born in Spain, Physiology or Medicine, 1959
251. George Beadle, Physiology or Medicine, 1958
252. Joshua Lederberg, Physiology or Medicine, 1958
253. Edward Tatum, Physiology or Medicine, 1958
254. Chen Ning Yang, born in China, Physics, 1957
255. Tsung-Dao Lee, born in China, Physics, 1957
256. William B. Shockley, Physics, 1956
257. John Bardeen, Physics, 1956
258. Walter H. Brattain, Physics, 1956
259. Dickinson W. Richards, Physiology or Medicine, 1956
260. André F. Cournand, France, Physiology or Medicine, 1956
261. Vincent du Vigneaud, Chemistry, 1955
262. Willis E. Lamb, Physics, 1955
263. Polykarp Kusch, Physics, 1955
264. Linus C. Pauling, Chemistry, 1954
265. Ernest Hemingway, Literature, 1954
266. John F. Enders, Physiology or Medicine, 1954
267. Frederick C. Robbins, Physiology or Medicine, 1954
268. Thomas H. Weller, Physiology or Medicine, 1954
269. George C. Marshall, Peace, 1953
270. Fritz Lipmann, born in then Germany, now Russia, Physiology or Medicine, 1953
271. E. M. Purcell, Physics, 1952
272. Felix Bloch, born in Switzerland, Physics, 1952
273. Selman A. Waksman, born in then Russian Empire, now Ukraine, Physiology or Medicine, 1952
274. Edwin M. McMillan, Chemistry, 1951
275. Glenn Theodore Seaborg, Chemistry, 1951
276. Ralph J. Bunche, Peace, 1950
277. Philip S. Hench, Physiology or Medicine, 1950
278. Edward C. Kendall, Physiology or Medicine, 1950
279. William Giauque, born in Canada, Chemistry, 1949
280. William Faulkner, Literature, 1949
281. T. S. Eliot*, Literature, 1948
282. American Friends Service Committee (The Quakers), Peace, 1947
283. Carl Cori, born in Austria, Physiology or Medicine, 1947
284. Gerty Cori, born in Austria, Physiology or Medicine, 1947
285. Wendell M. Stanley, Chemistry, 1946
286. James B. Sumner, Chemistry, 1946
287. John H. Northrop, Chemistry, 1946
288. Emily G. Balch, Peace, 1946
289. John R. Mott, Peace, 1946
290. Percy W. Bridgman, Physics, 1946
291. Hermann J. Muller, Physiology or Medicine, 1946
292. Cordell Hull, Peace, 1945
293. Isidor Isaac Rabi, born in Austria, Physics, 1944
294. Joseph Erlanger, Physiology or Medicine, 1944
295. Herbert S. Gasser, Physiology or Medicine, 1944
296. Otto Stern, born in Germany, Physics, 1943
297. Edward A. Doisy, Physiology or Medicine, 1943
298. Ernest Lawrence, Physics, 1939
299. Pearl S. Buck, Literature, 1938
300. Clinton Davisson, Physics, 1937
301. Eugene O'Neill, Literature, 1936
302. Carl Anderson, Physics, 1936
303. Harold C. Urey, Chemistry, 1934
304. George R. Minot, Physiology or Medicine, 1934
305. William P. Murphy, Physiology or Medicine, 1934
306. George H. Whipple, Physiology or Medicine, 1934
307. Thomas H. Morgan, Physiology or Medicine, 1933
308. Irving Langmuir, Chemistry, 1932
309. Jane Addams, Peace, 1931
310. Nicholas M. Butler, Peace, 1931
311. Sinclair Lewis, Literature, 1930
312. Frank B. Kellogg, Peace, 1929
313. Arthur H. Compton, Physics, 1927
314. Charles G. Dawes, Peace, 1925
315. Robert A. Millikan, Physics, 1923
316. Woodrow Wilson, Peace, 1919
317. Theodore W. Richards, Chemistry, 1914
318. Elihu Root, Peace, 1912
319. Albert A. Michelson, born in Germany, Physics, 1907
320. Theodore Roosevelt, Peace, 1906


2- United Kingdom 116

1. Venkatraman Ramakrishnan, born in India, Chemistry, 2009
2. Charles K. Kao, born in China, Physics, 2009
3. Jack W. Szostak*, Physiology or Medicine, 2009
4. Doris Lessing, Literature, 2007
5. Sir Martin J. Evans, Physiology or Medicine, 2007
6. Oliver Smithies*, Physiology or Medicine, 2007
7. Harold Pinter, Literature, 2005
8. Clive W. J. Granger*, Economics, 2003
9. Anthony J. Leggett*, Physics, 2003
10. Peter Mansfield, Physiology or Medicine, 2003
11. Sydney Brenner, Physiology or Medicine, 2002
12. John E. Sulston, Physiology or Medicine, 2002
13. Tim Hunt, Physiology or Medicine, 2001
14. Paul Nurse, Physiology or Medicine, 2001
15. V.S. Naipaul, Literature, 2001
16. John Pople, Chemistry, 1998
17. David Trimble, Peace, 1998
18. John Hume, Peace, 1998
19. John E. Walker, Chemistry, 1997
20. Harold Kroto, Chemistry, 1996
21. James A. Mirrlees, Economics, 1996
22. Joseph Rotblat, Peace, 1995
23. Richard J. Roberts, Physiology or Medicine, 1993
24. Michael Smith*, Chemistry, 1993
25. Ronald Coase, Economics, 1991
26. James W. Black, Physiology or Medicine, 1988
27. Niels Kaj Jerne*, Physiology or Medicine, 1984
28. César Milstein, born in Argentina, Physiology or Medicine, 1984
29. Richard Stone, Economics, 1984
30. William Golding, Literature, 1983
31. Aaron Klug, born in Lithuania, Chemistry, 1982
32. John Robert Vane, Physiology or Medicine, 1982
33. Elias Canetti, Literature, 1981
34. Frederick Sanger, Chemistry, 1980
35. Arthur Lewis, born on St. Lucia, Economics, 1979
36. Godfrey Hounsfield, Physiology or Medicine, 1979
37. Peter D. Mitchell, Chemistry, 1978
38. James Meade, Economics, 1977
39. Nevill Francis Mott, Physics, 1977
40. Amnesty International, Peace, 1977
41. Betty Williams, Peace, 1976
42. Mairead Corrigan, Peace, 1976
43. John Cornforth, Chemistry, 1975
44. Christian de Duve*, Physiology or Medicine, 1974
45. Friedrich Hayek, born in Austria, Economics, 1974
46. Martin Ryle, Physics, 1974
47. Antony Hewish, Physics, 1974
48. Patrick White*, Literature, 1973
49. Geoffrey Wilkinson, Chemistry, 1973
50. Brian David Josephson, Physics, 1973
51. Rodney Robert Porter, Physiology or Medicine, 1972
52. John Hicks, Economics, 1972
53. Dennis Gabor, Physics, 1971
54. Bernard Katz, Physiology or Medicine, 1970
55. Derek Harold Richard Barton, Chemistry, 1969
56. Ronald George Wreyford Norrish, Chemistry, 1967
57. George Porter, Chemistry, 1967
58. Dorothy Crowfoot Hodgkin, Chemistry, 1964
59. Andrew Huxley, Physiology or Medicine, 1963
60. Alan Lloyd Hodgkin, Physiology or Medicine, 1963
61. John Kendrew, Chemistry, 1962
62. Max Perutz, Chemistry, 1962
63. Francis Crick, Physiology or Medicine, 1962
64. Maurice Wilkins, Physiology or Medicine, 1962
65. Peter Medawar, Physiology or Medicine, 1960
66. Philip Noel-Baker, Peace, 1959
67. Frederick Sanger, Chemistry, 1958
68. Alexander R. Todd, Baron Todd, Chemistry, 1957
69. Cyril Norman Hinshelwood, Chemistry, 1956
70. Max Born, Physics, 1954
71. Winston Churchill, Literature, 1953
72. Hans Adolf Krebs, Physiology or Medicine, 1953
73. Archer John Porter Martin, Chemistry, 1952
74. Richard Laurence Millington Synge, Chemistry, 1952
75. John Cockcroft, Physics, 1951
76. Bertrand Russell, Literature, 1950
77. Cecil Frank Powell, Physics, 1950
78. John Boyd Orr, Peace, 1949
79. Patrick Blackett, Baron Blackett, Physics, 1948
80. T. S. Eliot, Literature, 1948
81. Edward Victor Appleton, Physics, 1947
82. Robert Robinson, Chemistry, 1947
83. Friends Service Council, Peace, 1947
84. Ernst Boris Chain, Physiology or Medicine, 1945
85. Alexander Fleming, Physiology or Medicine, 1945
86. George Paget Thomson, Physics, 1937
87. Robert Cecil, 1st Viscount Cecil of Chelwood, Peace, 1937
88. Norman Haworth, Chemistry, 1937
89. Henry Hallett Dale, Physiology or Medicine, 1936
90. James Chadwick, Physics, 1935
91. Arthur Henderson, Peace, 1934
92. Norman Angell, Peace, 1933
93. Paul Dirac, Physics, 1933
94. Charles Scott Sherrington, Physiology or Medicine, 1932
95. John Galsworthy, Literature, 1932
96. Edgar Adrian, 1st Baron Adrian, Physiology or Medicine, 1932
97. Arthur Harden, Chemistry, 1929
98. Frederick Hopkins, Physiology or Medicine, 1929
99. Owen Willans Richardson, Physics, 1928
100. Charles Thomson Rees Wilson, Physics, 1927
101. Austen Chamberlain, Peace, 1925
102. George Bernard Shaw, born in Ireland, Literature, 1925
103. John James Richard Macleod*, Physiology or Medicine, 1923
104. Francis William Aston, Chemistry, 1922
105. Archibald Hill, Physiology or Medicine, 1922
106. Frederick Soddy, Chemistry, 1921
107. Charles Glover Barkla, Physics, 1917
108. William Henry Bragg, Physics, 1915
109. William Lawrence Bragg, Physics, 1915
110. Ernest Rutherford, Chemistry, 1908
111. Rudyard Kipling, born in India, Literature, 1907
112. J. J. Thomson, Physics, 1906
113. John Strutt, 3rd Baron Rayleigh, Physics, 1904
114. William Ramsay, Chemistry, 1904
115. William Randal Cremer, Peace, 1903
116. Ronald Ross, Physiology or Medicine, 1902


3- Germany 103

1. Herta M√ľller, born in Romania, Literature, 2009
2. Harald zur Hausen, Physiology or Medicine, 2008
3. Gerhard Ertl, Chemistry, 2007
4. Peter Gr√ľnberg, Physics, 2007
5. Theodor W. Hänsch, Physics, 2005
6. Robert Aumann*, Economics, 2005
7. Wolfgang Ketterle, Physics, 2001
8. Herbert Kroemer, Physics, 2000
9. G√ľnter Blobel*, Physiology or Medicine, 1999
10. G√ľnter Grass, born in then Free City of Danzig, now Poland, Literature, 1999
11. Horst L. Störmer, Physics, 1998
12. Christiane N√ľsslein-Volhard, Physiology or Medicine, 1995
13. Reinhard Selten, Economics, 1994
14. Bert Sakmann, Physiology or Medicine, 1991
15. Erwin Neher, Physiology or Medicine, 1991
16. Hans G. Dehmelt*, Physics, 1989
17. Wolfgang Paul, Physics, 1989
18. Johann Deisenhofer, Chemistry, 1988
19. Robert Huber, Chemistry, 1988
20. Hartmut Michel, Chemistry, 1988
21. Jack Steinberger*, Physics, 1988
22. J. Georg Bednorz, Physics, 1987
23. Ernst Ruska, Physics, 1986
24. Gerd Binnig, Physics, 1986
25. Klaus von Klitzing, Physics, 1985
26. Georges J.F. Köhler*, Physiology or Medicine, 1984
27. Georg Wittig, Chemistry, 1979
28. Arno Penzias*, Physics, 1978
29. Henry Kissinger*, Peace, 1973
30. Ernst Otto Fischer, Chemistry, 1973
31. Karl Ritter von Frisch, born in then Austria-Hungary, now Austria, Physiology or Medicine, 1973
32. Heinrich Böll, Literature, 1972
33. Gerhard Herzberg*, Chemistry, 1971
34. Willy Brandt, Peace, 1971
35. Bernard Katz*, Physiology or Medicine, 1970
36. Max Delbr√ľck*, Physiology or Medicine, 1969
37. Manfred Eigen, Chemistry, 1967
38. Hans Albrecht Bethe*, Physics, 1967
39. Nelly Sachs*, Literature, 1966
40. Feodor Felix Konrad Lynen, Physiology or Medicine, 1964
41. Konrad Bloch*, Physiology or Medicine, 1964
42. Karl Ziegler, Chemistry, 1963
43. Maria Goeppert-Mayer*, Physics, 1963
44. J. Hans D. Jensen, Physics, 1963
45. Rudolf Mössbauer, Physics, 1961
46. Werner Forssmann, Physiology or Medicine, 1956
47. Max Born*, Physics 1954
48. Walther Bothe, Physics, 1954
49. Hermann Staudinger, Chemistry, 1953
50. Fritz Albert Lipmann*, Physiology or Medicine, 1953
51. Hans Adolf Krebs*, Physiology or Medicine, 1953
52. Albert Schweitzer*, Peace, 1952
53. Otto Diels, Chemistry, 1950
54. Kurt Alder, Chemistry, 1950
55. Herman Hesse*, Literature, 1946
56. Ernst Boris Chain*, Physiology or Medicine, 1945
57. Otto Hahn, Chemistry 1944
58. Otto Stern*, Physics, 1943
59. Adolf Butenandt, Chemistry, 1939
60. Gerhard Domagk, Physiology or Medicine, 1939
61. Richard Kuhn, born in Austria Chemistry 1938
62. Carl von Ossietzky, Peace, 1935
63. Hans Spemann, Physiology or Medicine, 1935
64. Werner Karl Heisenberg, Physics, 1932
65. Otto Heinrich Warburg, Physiology or Medicine, 1931
66. Carl Bosch, Chemistry 1931
67. Friedrich Bergius, Chemistry, 1931
68. Hans Fischer, Chemistry, 1930
69. Thomas Mann, Literature, 1929
70. Hans von Euler-Chelpin*, Chemistry, 1929
71. Adolf Otto Reinhold Windaus, Chemistry, 1928
72. Ludwig Quidde, Peace, 1927
73. Heinrich Otto Wieland, Chemistry, 1927
74. Gustav Stresemann, Peace, 1926
75. Richard Adolf Zsigmondy, born in then Austrian Empire, now Austria, Chemistry, 1925
76. James Franck, Physics, 1925
77. Gustav Ludwig Hertz, Physics, 1925
78. Otto Fritz Meyerhof, Physiology or Medicine, 1922
79. Albert Einstein, Physics, 1921
80. Walther Nernst, Chemistry, 1920
81. Johannes Stark, Physics, 1919
82. Fritz Haber, Chemistry 1918
83. Max Karl Ernst Ludwig Planck, Physics, 1918
84. Richard Willstätter, Chemistry, 1915
85. Max von Laue, Physics, 1914
86. Gerhart Hauptmann, born in then Prussia, now Poland, Literature, 1912
87. Wilhelm Wien, Physics, 1911
88. Otto Wallach, Chemistry, 1910
89. Albrecht Kossel, Physiology or Medicine, 1910
90. Paul Johann Ludwig Heyse, Literature, 1910
91. Karl Ferdinand Braun, Physics, 1909
92. Wilhelm Ostwald, Chemistry, 1909
93. Rudolf Christoph Eucken, Literature, 1908
94. Paul Ehrlich, Physiology or Medicine, 1908
95. Eduard Buchner, Chemistry, 1907
96. Albert Abraham Michelson*, born in then Prussia, now Poland, Physics 1907
97. Robert Koch, Physiology or Medicine, 1905
98. Philipp Lenard, born in then Austrian Empire, now Slovakia, Physics, 1905
99. Adolf von Baeyer, Chemistry, 1905
100. Hermann Emil Fischer, Chemistry, 1902
101. Theodor Mommsen, Literature, 1902
102. Emil Adolf von Behring, Physiology or Medicine, 1901
103. Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen, Physics, 1901


4 - France 53

1. J. M. G. Le Clézio, Literature, 2008
2. Luc Montagnier, Physiology or Medicine, 2008
3. Françoise Barré-Sinoussi, Physiology or Medicine, 2008
4. Albert Fert, Physics, 2007
5. Yves Chauvin, Chemistry, 2005
6. Gao Xingjian, born in China, Literature, 2000
7. Claude Cohen-Tannoudji, born in Algeria, Physics, 1997
8. Georges Charpak, Physics, 1992
9. Pierre-Gilles de Gennes, Physics, 1991
10. Maurice Allais, Economics, 1988
11. Jean-Marie Lehn, Chemistry, 1987
12. Claude Simon, born on Madagascar, Literature, 1985
13. Gerard Debreu, Economics, 1983
14. Jean Dausset, Physiology or Medicine, 1980
15. Roger Guillemin*, Physiology or Medicine, 1977
16. Se√°n MacBride*, Peace, 1974
17. Louis Néel, Physics, 1970
18. René Cassin, Peace, 1968
19. Alfred Kastler, Physics, 1966
20. François Jacob, Physiology or Medicine, 1965
21. Jacques Monod, Physiology or Medicine, 1965
22. André Lwoff, Physiology or Medicine, 1965
23. Jean-Paul Sartre, Literature, 1964 (declined the prize)
24. Saint-John Perse, Literature, 1960
25. Albert Camus, born in Algeria, Literature, 1957
26. Andre Frederic Cournand, Physiology or Medicine, 1956
27. François Mauriac, Literature, 1952
28. Léon Jouhaux, Peace, 1951
29. André Gide, Literature, 1947
30. Roger Martin du Gard, Literature, 1937
31. Frédéric Joliot, Chemistry, 1935
32. Irène Joliot-Curie, Chemistry, 1935
33. Ivan Bunin, born in Russia, Literature, 1933
34. Charles Nicolle, Physiology or Medicine, 1928
35. Henri Bergson, Literature, 1927
36. Ferdinand Buisson, Peace, 1927
37. Aristide Briand, Peace, 1926
38. Jean-Baptiste Perrin, Physics, 1926
39. Anatole France, Literature, 1921
40. Léon Bourgeois, Peace, 1920
41. Romain Rolland, Literature, 1915
42. Charles Richet, Physiology or Medicine, 1913
43. Alexis Carrel, Medicine, 1912
44. Paul Sabatier, Chemistry, 1912
45. Victor Grignard, Chemistry, 1912
46. Marie Curie, born in then Russian Empire, now Poland, Chemistry, 1911
47. Paul-Henri-Benjamin d'Estournelles de Constant, Peace, 1909
48. Gabriel Lippmann*, born in Luxembourg, Physics, 1908
49. Alphonse Laveran, Physiology or Medicine, 1907
50. Louis Renault, Peace, 1907
51. Henri Moissan, Chemistry, 1906
52. Frédéric Mistral, Literature, 1904
53. Antoine Henri Becquerel, Physics, 1903
54. Pierre Curie, Physics, 1903
55. Marie Curie, born in then Russian Empire, now Poland, Physics, 1903
56. Frédéric Passy, Peace, 1901
57. Sully Prudhomme, Literature, 1901


5- Sweden 28

1. Arvid Carlsson, Physiology or Medicine, 2000
2. Alva Myrdal, Peace, 1982
3. Sune Bergström, Physiology or Medicine, 1982
4. Bengt I. Samuelsson, Physiology or Medicine, 1982
5. Kai Siegbahn, Physics, 1981
6. Torsten Wiesel*, Physiology or Medicine, 1981
7. Eyvind Johnson, Literature, 1974
8. Harry Martinson, Literature, 1974
9. Bertil Ohlin, Economics, 1977
10. Gunnar Myrdal, Economics, 1974
11. Ulf von Euler, Physiology or Medicine, 1970
12. Hannes Alfvén, Physics, 1970
13. Ragnar Granit, born in Finland, Physiology or Medicine, 1967
14. Nelly Sachs, born in Germany, Literature, 1966
15. Dag Hammarskjöld, Peace, 1961 (posthumously)
16. Pär Lagerkvist, Literature, 1951
17. Arne Tiselius, Chemistry, 1948
18. Erik Axel Karlfeldt, Literature, 1931
19. Nathan Söderblom, Peace, 1930
20. Hans von Euler-Chelpin, born in Germany, Chemistry, 1929
21. Theodor Svedberg, Chemistry, 1926
22. Karl Manne Siegbahn, Physics, 1924
23. Hjalmar Branting, Peace, 1921
24. Carl Gustaf Verner von Heidenstam, Literature, 1916
25. Gustaf Dalén, Physics, 1912
26. Selma Lagerlöf, Literature, 1909
27. Klas Pontus Arnoldson, Peace, 1908
28. Svante Arrhenius, Chemistry, 1903


6- Switzerland 26

1. Kurt W√ľthrich, Chemistry, 2002
2. Médecins Sans Frontières, Peace, 1999
3. Rolf M. Zinkernagel, Physiology or Medicine, 1996
4. Edmond H. Fischer, born in China, Physiology or Medicine, 1992
5. Richard R. Ernst, Chemistry, 1991
6. Karl Alexander M√ľller, Physics, 1987
7. Heinrich Rohrer, Physics, 1986
8. Georges J. F. Köhler, born in Germany, Physiology or Medicine, 1984
9. Werner Arber, Physiology or Medicine, 1978
10. Vladimir Prelog, born in then Austria-Hungary, now Bosnia-Herzegovina, Chemistry, 1975
11. Daniel Bovet, Physiology or Medicine, 1957
12. Felix Bloch, Physics, 1952
13. Tadeus Reichstein, Physiology or Medicine, 1950
14. Walter Rudolf Hess, Physiology or Medicine, 1949
15. Paul Hermann M√ľller, Physiology or Medicine, 1948
16. Hermann Hesse, born in Germany, Literature, 1946
17. Leopold RuŇĺińćka, born in then Austria-Hungary, now Croatia, Chemistry, 1939
18. Paul Karrer, Chemistry, 1937
19. Albert Einstein, born in Germany, Physics, 1921
20. Charles √Čdouard Guillaume, Physics, 1920
21. Carl Spitteler, Literature, 1919
22. Alfred Werner, Chemistry, 1913
23. Theodor Kocher, Physiology or Medicine, 1909
24. √Člie Ducommun, Peace, 1902
25. Charles Albert Gobat, Peace, 1902
26. Henry Dunant, Peace, 1901


7- Russia 23

1. Leonid Hurwicz*, Economics, 2007
2. Alexei A. Abrikosov, Physics, 2003
3. Vitaly Ginzburg, Physics, 2003
4. Zhores Ivanovich Alferov, Physics, 2000
5. Mikhail Sergeyevich Gorbachev, Peace, 1990
6. Iosif Aleksandrovich Brodsky*, Literature, 1987
7. Pyotr Leonidovich Kapitsa, Physics, 1978
8. Ilya Prigogine*, Chemistry, 1977
9. Andrei Dmitrievich Sakharov, Peace, 1975
10. Leonid Vitalyevich Kantorovich, Economics, 1975
11. Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, Literature, 1970
12. Michail Sholokhov, Literature, 1965
13. Nicolay G. Basov, Physics, 1964
14. Aleksandr M. Prokhorov, Physics, 1964
15. Lev Davidovich Landau, Physics, 1962
16. Boris Pasternak, Literature, 1958
17. Pavel Alekseyevich Cherenkov, Physics, 1958
18. Igor Yevgenyevich Tamm, Physics, 1958
19. Ilya Mikhailovich Frank, Physics, 1958
20. Nikolay Nikolayevich Semyonov, Chemistry, 1956
21. Ivan Bunin*, Literature, 1933
22. Ilya Ilyich Mechnikov, Physiology or Medicine, 1908
23. Ivan Petrovich Pavlov, Physiology or Medicine, 1904


8- Austria 21

1. International Atomic Energy Agency, 2005
2. Elfriede Jelinek, Literature, 2004
3. Eric R. Kandel*, Physiology or Medicine, 2000
4. Walter Kohn*, Chemistry, 1998
5. Friedrich Hayek, Economics, 1974
6. Konrad Lorenz, Physiology or Medicine, 1973
7. Karl von Frisch*, Physiology or Medicine, 1973
8. Max F. Perutz, Chemistry, 1962
9. Wolfgang Pauli, Physics, 1945
10. Richard Kuhn*, Chemistry 1938
11. Otto Loewi*, Physiology or Medicine, 1936
12. Victor Francis Hess, Physics, 1936
13. Erwin Schrödinger, Physics, 1933
14. Karl Landsteiner, Physiology or Medicine, 1930
15. Julius Wagner-Jauregg, Physiology or Medicine, 1927
16. Richard Adolf Zsigmondy*, Chemistry, 1925
17. Friderik Pregl, born in then Austria-Hungary, now Slovenia, Chemistry, 1923
18. Robert B√°r√°ny, Physiology or Medicine, 1914,
19. Alfred Hermann Fried, Peace, 1911
20. Philipp Lenard*, born in then Austria-Hungary, now Slovakia, Physics, 1905
21. Bertha von Suttner, born in then Austria-Hungary, now Czech Republic, Peace, 1905


9- Italy 20

1. Mario Capecchi*, Physiology or Medicine, 2007
2. Riccardo Giacconi*, Physics, 2002
3. Dario Fo, Literature, 1997
4. Rita Levi-Montalcini, Physiology or Medicine, 1986
5. Franco Modigliani, Economics, 1985
6. Carlo Rubbia, Physics, 1984
7. Renato Dulbecco*, Physiology or Medicine, 1975
8. Eugenio Montale, Literature, 1975
9. Salvador Luria*, Physiology or Medicine, 1969
10. Giulio Natta, Chemistry, 1963
11. Salvatore Quasimodo, Literature, 1959
12. Emilio G. Segrè, Physics, 1959
13. Daniel Bovet, born in Switzerland, Physiology or Medicine, 1957
14. Enrico Fermi, Physics, 1938
15. Luigi Pirandello, Literature, 1934
16. Grazia Deledda, Literature, 1926
17. Guglielmo Marconi, Physics, 1909
18. Ernesto Teodoro Moneta, Peace, 1907
19. Giosuè Carducci, Literature, 1906
20. Camillo Golgi, Physiology or Medicine, 1906


10- Netherlands 18

1. Martinus J. G. Veltman, Physics, 1999
2. Gerardus 't Hooft, Physics, 1999
3. Paul J. Crutzen, Chemistry, 1995
4. Simon van der Meer, Physics, 1984
5. Nicolaas Bloembergen*, Physics, 1981
6. Tjalling Koopmans, Economics, 1975
7. Nikolaas Tinbergen*, Physiology or Medicine, 1973
8. Jan Tinbergen, Economics, 1969
9. Frits Zernike, Physics, 1953
10. Peter Debye, Chemistry, 1936
11. Christiaan Eijkman, Physiology or Medicine, 1929
12. Willem Einthoven, Physiology or Medicine, 1924
13. Heike Kamerlingh Onnes, Physics, 1913
14. Tobias Asser, Peace, 1911
15. Johannes Diderik van der Waals, Physics, 1910
16. Pieter Zeeman, Physics, 1902
17. Hendrik Lorentz, Physics, 1902
18. Jacobus Henricus van 't Hoff, Chemistry, 1901


10- Canada 18

1. Willard S. Boyle*, Physics, 2009
2. Robert Mundell, Economics, 1999
3. Myron Scholes*, Economics, 1997
4. William Vickrey*, Economic Sciences, 1996
5. Pugwash Conferences on Science and World Affairs, Peace, 1995
6. Bertram N. Brockhouse, Physics, 1994
7. Michael Smith, born in the United Kingdom, Chemistry, 1993
8. Rudolph A. Marcus*, Chemistry, 1992
9. Richard E. Taylor, Physics, 1990
10. Sidney Altman, Chemistry, 1989
11. John C. Polanyi, Chemistry, 1986
12. David H. Hubel*, Physiology or Medicine, 1981
13. Saul Bellow*, Literature, 1976
14. Gerhard Herzberg, born in Germany, Chemistry, 1971
15. Charles B. Huggins*, Physiology or Medicine, 1966
16. Lester B. Pearson, Peace, 1957
17. William Giauque*, Chemistry, 1949
18. Frederick G. Banting, Physiology or Medicine, 1923



11- Japan 16

1. Osamu Shimomura*, Chemistry, 2008
2. Makoto Kobayashi, Physics, 2008
3. Toshihide Maskawa, Physics, 2008
4. Yoichiro Nambu*, Physics, 2008
5. Masatoshi Koshiba, Physics, 2002
6. Koichi Tanaka, Chemistry, 2002
7. Ryoji Noyori, Chemistry, 2001
8. Hideki Shirakawa, Chemistry, 2000
9. KenzaburŇć ŇĆe, Literature, 1994
10. Susumu Tonegawa, Physiology or Medicine, 1987
11. Kenichi Fukui, Chemistry, 1981
12. Eisaku SatŇć, Peace, 1974
13. Leo Esaki, Physics, 1973
14. Yasunari Kawabata, Literature, 1968
15. Sin-Itiro Tomonaga, Physics, 1965
16. Hideki Yukawa, Physics, 1949


12- Denmark 13

1. Jens Christian Skou, Chemistry, 1997
2. Niels Kaj Jerne, Physiology or Medicine, 1984
3. Aage Bohr, Physics, 1975
4. Ben Roy Mottelson, Physics, 1975
5. Johannes Vilhelm Jensen, Literature, 1944
6. Henrik Dam, Physiology or Medicine, 1943
7. Johannes Andreas Grib Fibiger, Physiology or Medicine, 1926
8. Niels Bohr, Physics, 1922
9. August Krogh, Physiology or Medicine, 1920
10. Karl Adolph Gjellerup, Literature, 1917
11. Henrik Pontoppidan, Literature, 1917
12. Fredrik Bajer, Peace, 1908
13. Niels Ryberg Finsen, born on Faroe Islands, Physiology or Medicine, 1903


13- Poland 12

1. WisŇāawa Szymborska, Literature, 1996
2. Joseph Rotblat*, Peace, 1995
3. Georges Charpak*, born in now Ukraine, Physics, 1992
4. Lech WaŇāńôsa, Peace, 1983
5. Roald Hoffmann*, born in now Ukraine, Chemistry, 1981
6. CzesŇāaw MiŇāosz, Literature, 1980
7. Isaac Bashevis Singer*, Literature, 1978
8. Tadeus Reichstein*, Physiology or Medicine, 1950
9. WŇāadysŇāaw Reymont, Literature, 1924
10. Marie SkŇāodowska-Curie*, Chemistry, 1911
11. Henryk Sienkiewicz, Literature, 1905
12. Marie SkŇāodowska-Curie*, Physics, 1903


14- Norway 11

1. Finn E. Kydland, Economics, 2004
2. Trygve Haavelmo, Economics, 1989
3. Ivar Giaever, Physics, 1973
4. Ragnar Anton Kittil Frisch, Economics, 1969
5. Odd Hassel, Chemistry, 1969
6. Lars Onsager, Chemistry, 1968
7. Sigrid Undset, Literature, 1928
8. Fridtjof Nansen, Peace, 1922
9. Christian Lous Lange, Peace, 1921
10. Knut Hamsun, Literature, 1920
11. Bj√łrnstjerne Bj√łrnson, Literature, 1903


15- Belgium 10

1. Ilya Prigogine, born in Russia, Chemistry, 1977
2. Christian de Duve, born in the United Kingdom, Physiology and Medicine, 1974
3. Albert Claude, Physiology and Medicine, 1974
4. Georges Pire, Peace, 1958
5. Corneille Heymans, Physiology and Medicine, 1938
6. Jules Bordet, Physiology and Medicine, 1919
7. Henri La Fontaine, Peace, 1913
8. Maurice Maeterlinck, Literature, 1911
9. Auguste Beernaert, Peace, 1909
10. Institut de Droit International, Peace, 1904


15- Australia 10

1. Elizabeth H. Blackburn*, Physiology or Medicine, 2009
2. Barry Marshall, Physiology or Medicine, 2005
3. J. Robin Warren, Physiology or Medicine, 2005
4. Peter C. Doherty, Physiology or Medicine, 1996
5. John Warcup Cornforth, Chemistry, 1975
6. Patrick White, born in the United Kingdom, Literature, 1973
7. John Carew Eccles, Physiology or Medicine, 1963
8. Sir Frank Macfarlane Burnet, Physiology or Medicine, 1960
9. Sir Howard Florey, Physiology or Medicine, 1945
10. William Lawrence Bragg*, Physics, 1915 (youngest recipient of a prize)


15- Hungary 10

1. Avram Hershko*, Chemistry, 2004
2. Imre Kertész, Literature, 2002
3. George Andrew Olah* (György Oláh), Chemistry, 1994
4. John Harsanyi*, Economics, 1994
5. Dennis Gabor* (Dénes Gábor), Physics, 1971
6. Eugene Wigner* (JenŇĎ Wigner), Physics, 1963
7. Georg von Békésy* (György Békésy), Physiology or Medicine, 1961
8. George de Hevesy (György Hevesy), Chemistry, 1943
9. Albert Szent-Györgyi, Physiology or Medicine, 1937
10. Philipp Lenard* (F√ľl√∂p L√©n√°rd), born in then Austria-Hungary, now Slovakia, Physics, 1905


16- Israel 9

1. Ada E. Yonath, Chemistry, 2009
2. Robert Aumann, born in Germany, Economics, 2005
3. Aaron Ciechanover, Chemistry, 2004
4. Avram Hershko, born in Hungary, Chemistry, 2004
5. Daniel Kahneman, Economics, 2002
6. Yitzhak Rabin, Peace, 1994
7. Shimon Peres, born in then Poland, now Belarus, Peace, 1994
8. Menachem Begin, born in then Poland, now Belarus, Peace, 1978
9. Shmuel Yosef Agnon, born in then Austria-Hungary, now Ukraine, Literature, 1966


17- South Africa 9

1. J. M. Coetzee, Literature, 2003
2. Sydney Brenner*, Physiology or Medicine, 2002
3. F.W. de Klerk, Peace, 1993
4. Nelson Mandela, Peace, 1993
5. Nadine Gordimer, Literature, 1991
6. Desmond Tutu, Peace, 1984
7. Allan M. Cormack*, Physiology or Medicine, 1979
8. Albert Lutuli, Peace, 1960
9. Max Theiler, Physiology or Medicine, 1951


18- India 9

1. Venkatraman Ramakrishnan*, Chemistry, 2009
2. Amartya Sen, Economics, 1998
3. Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar*, Physics, 1983
4. Mother Teresa, born in then Ottoman Empire, now Macedonia, Peace, 1979
5. Har Gobind Khorana*, Medicine, 1968
6. C. V. Raman, Physics, 1930
7. Rabindranath Tagore, Literature, 1913
8. Rudyard Kipling*, Literature,1907
9. Ronald Ross*, Physiology or Medicine, 1902


19- Spain 7

1. Camilo José Cela, Literature, 1989
2. Vicente Aleixandre, Literature, 1977
3. Severo Ochoa*, Physiology or Medicine, 1959
4. Juan Ramón Jiménez, Literature, 1956
5. Jacinto Benavente, Literature, 1922
6. Santiago Ramón y Cajal, Physiology or Medicine, 1906
7. José Echegaray, Literature, 1904



20- Ireland 6

1. Seamus Heaney, Literature, 1995
2. Se√°n MacBride, born in France, Peace, 1974
3. Samuel Beckett, Literature, 1969
4. Ernest Walton, Physics, 1951
5. George Bernard Shaw*, Literature, 1925
6. William Butler Yeats, Literature, 1923


21- Argentina 5

1. César Milstein, Physiology or Medicine, 1984
2. Adolfo Pérez Esquivel, Peace, 1980
3. Luis Federico Leloir, Chemistry, 1970
4. Bernardo Houssay, Physiology or Medicine, 1947
5. Carlos Saavedra Lamas, Peace, 1936



21- China 5

1. Charles K. Kao, Physics, 2009
2. Gao Xingjian*, Literature, 2000
3. Daniel C. Tsui*, Physics, 1998
4. Chen Ning Yang, Physics, 1957
5. Tsung-Dao Lee, Physics, 1957


21- Czech Republic 5

1. Jaroslav Seifert, Literature, 1984
2. Jaroslav Heyrovsk√Ĺ, Chemistry, 1959
3. Carl Ferdinand Cori*, born in then Austria-Hungary, Physiology or Medicine, 1947
4. Gerty Cori*, born in then Austria-Hungary, Physiology or Medicine, 1947
5. Bertha von Suttner*, born in then Austrian-Hungary, Peace, 1905


22- Finland 4

1. Martti Ahtisaari, Peace, 2008
2. Ragnar Granit*, Physiology or Medicine, 1967
3. Artturi Ilmari Virtanen, Chemistry, 1945
4. Frans Eemil Sillanpää, Literature, 1939


22- Egypt 4

1. Mohamed El Baradei, Peace, 2005
2. Ahmed Zewail, Chemistry, 1999
3. Naguib Mahfouz, Literature, 1988
4. Anwar El Sadat, Peace, 1978



23- Mexico 3

1. Mario J. Molina*, Chemistry, 1995
2. Octavio Paz, Literature, 1990
3. Alfonso García Robles, Peace, 1982



23- New Zealand 3

1. Alan MacDiarmid*, Chemistry, 2000
2. Maurice Wilkins*, Physiology or Medicine, 1962
3. Ernest Rutherford*, Chemistry, 1908


23- Romania 3

1. Herta M√ľller*, Literature, 2009
2. Elie Wiesel*, Peace, 1986
3. George E. Palade*, Physiology or Medicine, 1974


23- Ukraine 3

1. Georges Charpak*, born in then Poland, Physics, 1992
2. Roald Hoffmann*, born in then Poland, Chemistry, 1981
3. Ilya Ilyich Mechnikov*, born in then Russian Empire, Physiology or Medicine, 1908


24- Portugal 2

1. José de Sousa Saramago, Literature, 1998
2. António Caetano de Abreu Freire Egas Moniz, Physiology or Medicine, 1949



24- Bangladesh 2

1. Muhammad Yunus, Peace, 2006
2. Grameen Bank, Peace, 2006


24- Chile 2

1. Pablo Neruda, Literature, 1971
2. Gabriela Mistral, Literature, 1945


24- Guatemala 2

1. Rigoberta Mench√ļ, Peace, 1992
2. Miguel √Āngel Asturias, Literature, 1967



24- Iran 2

1. Doris Lessing*, Literature, 2007
2. Shirin Ebadi, Peace, 2003


24- Bosnia and Herzegovina 2

1. Vladimir Prelog*, born in then Austria‚ÄďHungary, now Bosnia and Herzegovina, Chemistry, 1975
2. Ivo Andrińá*, born in then Austria‚ÄďHungary, now Bosnia and Herzegovina, Literature, 1961


24- Greece 2

1. Odysseas Elytis, Literature, 1979
2. Giorgos Seferis, Literature, 1963


24- Algeria 2

1. Claude Cohen-Tannoudji*, Physics, 1997
2. Albert Camus*, Literature, 1957


24- East Timor

1. Carlos Filipe Ximenes Belo, Peace, 1996
2. José Ramos-Horta, Peace, 1996


24- Korea, South

1. Kim Dae-jung, Peace, 2000
2. Charles J. Pedersen*, Chemistry, 1987


25- Iceland 1

1. Halldór Laxness, Literature, 1955


25- Turkey 1

1. Orhan Pamuk, Literature, 2006


25- Brazil 1

1. Peter Medawar,* Physiology or Medicine, 1960


25- Costa Rica 1

1. Oscar Arias S√°nchez, Peace, 1987


25- Colombia 1

1. Gabriel García Márquez, Literature, 1982


25- Venezuela

1. Baruj Benacerraf*, Physiology or Medicine, 1980



25- Kenya 1

1. Wangari Maathai, Peace, 2004


25- Macedonia 1

1. Mother Teresa*, born in then Ottoman Empire, Peace, 1979


25- Ghana 1

1. Kofi Annan, Peace, 2001


25- Croatia 1

1. Leopold RuŇĺińćka*, Chemistry, 1939


25- Tibet 1

1. Tenzin Gyatso (The 14th Dalai Lama), Peace, 1989


25- Azerbaijan

1. Lev Landau, Physics, 1962



25- Trinidad and Tobago 1

1. V. S. Naipaul*, Literature, 2001


25- Myanmar (Burma) 1

1. Aung San Suu Kyi, Peace, 1991


25- Nigeria 1

1. Wole Soyinka, Literature, 1986


25- Taiwan 1

1. Yuan T. Lee*, Chemistry, 1986


25- Slovenia 1

1. Friderik Pregl*, born in then Austria-Hungary, Chemistry, 1923


25- Pakistan 1

1. Abdus Salam, Physics, 1979


25- Palestine

1. Yasser Arafat, born in Egypt, Peace, 1994


25- Belarus 1

1. Zhores Ivanovich Alferov*, Physics, 2000


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Jorge Luis Borges: Fue no s√≥lo el escritor m√°s importante de la literatura argentina, sino uno de los m√°s destacados de la literatura del siglo XX. Public√≥ ensayos breves, poemas y cuentos, donde construy√≥ una narrativa llena de misterios, ontolog√≠as fant√°sticas, laberintos matem√°ticos y una magia inclasificable. Dice la leyenda que s√≥lo su pasiva adhesi√≥n a la dictadura de Augusto Pinochet le neg√≥ el Premio Nobel de Literatura, al que fue candidato durante casi treinta a√Īos. En la extensa galer√≠a de sus m√°s grandiosos cuentos, pueden encontrarse: Hombre de la esquina rosada, Tl√∂n, Uqbar, Orbis Tertius, Pierre Menard, autor del Quijote, Las ruinas circulares, El jard√≠n de senderos que se bifurcan, Funes, el memorioso, La forma de la espada, La muerte y la br√ļjula y El Aleph

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Cuantos premios Nobel tiene Chile? 0008

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En mi opinion Argentina, Espa√Īa, Mexico y Brasil deber√≠an empezar a mejorar un poco su desempe√Īo... en la pr√≥xima d√©cada para dejar mejor parada a Iberoamericana... 0292 0292 0292


Perrin: sos pelotudo o te haces? Me vi un programa entero de dos horas con testimonios de los que eligen al ganador de ese premio...sobre la oposicion interna que existia en un país que era justamente receptor de los exiliados politicos chilenos a elegir a alguien que defendia abiertamente esa dictadura... 0015




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Hola Obby, es impresionante el neto predominio de pa√≠ses de habla inglesa y alemana en este ranking, es obvio que su educaci√≥n superior es la mejor. Los pa√≠ses de lengua espa√Īola y portuguesa, muy pobre desempe√Īo, al igual que las potencias emergentes de China e India.

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Borges, Pinochet y el Nobel.

Por Washington Daniel Gorosito

MEXICO: Jorge Luis Borges ganó los más importantes premios de literatura, exceptuando uno, el Nobel, en 1976 estuvo a un paso de obtenerlo pero una inoportuna visita al dictador chileno Augusto Pinochet Ugarte lo descalificó ante la Academia Sueca para siempre.


Nació ahí el histórico desencuentro que convirtió al escritor argentino, una de las figuras cumbres de las letras del siglo XX, en candidato crónico e invariablemente frustrado al premio más significativo de Literatura y determinó que el Nobel se perdiera de tener a Borges entre sus galardonados.

El ensayista uruguayo Emir Rodr√≠guez Monegal, su bi√≥grafo autorizado, en ‚ÄúBorges una biograf√≠a literaria‚ÄĚ, dice que en 1976 el escritor argentino ‚Äúya hab√≠a sido elegido a medias con Vicente Aleixandre, el poeta surrealista espa√Īol, para el premio Nobel, cuando una visita intempestiva a Santiago de Chile, para aceptar una medalla de Pinochet, decidi√≥ a la Academia a borrar cuidadosamente su nombre‚ÄĚ.

Quiz√° ning√ļn otro texto de Borges haya sido tan debatido en Estocolmo como su discurso en la Universidad de Chile aqu√©l 22 de septiembre al recibir el doctorado honoris causa de manos del propio General Augusto Pinochet.

‚ÄúYo declaro preferir la espada, la clara espada a la furtiva dinamita [‚Ķ] Mi pa√≠s est√° emergiendo de la ci√©naga, creo con felicidad [‚Ķ]. Ya estamos saliendo, por obra de las espadas, precisamente. Y aqu√≠ ya han emergido de esa ci√©naga. Y aqu√≠ tenemos: Chile esa regi√≥n, esa patria, que es a la vez una larga patria y una honrosa espada‚ÄĚ, dijo el escritor.

Fue el mismo d√≠a que en Washington agentes del la DINA [Polic√≠a Secreta] asesinaban a Orlando Letelier, que hab√≠a sido canciller del gobierno democr√°tico de Salvador Allende, derrocado por Pinochet tres a√Īos antes a sangre y fuego.

Otro bi√≥grafo de Borges, el chileno Volodia Teitelboim, revela en ‚ÄúLos dos Borges‚ÄĚ una opini√≥n que el acad√©mico sueco Arthur Lumolkvist le comunic√≥ en Estocolmo en 1979.

‚ÄúSoy y ser√© un tenaz opositor a la concesi√≥n del Premio Nobel de Literatura a Borges por su apoyo a la dictadura de Pinochet, que ha sido usada por la propaganda de la tiran√≠a para intentar una operaci√≥n cosm√©tica‚ÄĚ.

Seg√ļn el propio Teitelboim, Borges cada octubre que pasaba recib√≠a la noticia que no hab√≠a obtenido el Nobel ‚Äúcon humor agridulce y el coraz√≥n apretado‚ÄĚ y ‚Äúadopt√≥ aires de perdedor experto‚ÄĚ.

A una joven periodista argentina que fue a verla algo compungida en una de esas ocasiones le dijo: ‚ÄúNo se preocupe, se trata de una situaci√≥n que lejos de molestarme, me divierte. Me apena s√≠ por los argentinos, que la siente como si fuera que han perdido un importante partido de f√ļtbol‚ÄĚ.
Sin embargo ‚Äúque no le dieran el Nobel lo afectaba‚ÄĚ, seg√ļn el investigador Alejandro Vaccaro, en ‚ÄúEl se√Īor Borges‚ÄĚ, escrito a partir de una larga entrevista con Fanny Ubeda que trabaj√≥ 35 a√Īos en la casa de la familia Borges en Buenos Aires.

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Seria bueno conocer la cantidad de Nobeles per capita. Por ejemplo EEUU tienen muchos mas premios nobeles per capital pero si se compara con Irlanda que tiene 6.

Ambos tienen 1 nobel por millon de habitantes.

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