List of prizes known as the Nobel of a field

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This is a non-exhaustive list of prizes known as "the Nobel Prize of" a given field. Several fields of human cultural and scientific development are not included in the Nobel Prizes, because they were not part of Alfred Nobel's will. Many unaffiliated prizes have since been referred to as "the Nobel Prize of X", despite this being discouraged by the Nobel Foundation.[1]

Agriculture
Anthropology
Architecture
Astronomy
Atmospheric Science
Biology
Cognitive Science
Computer Science
Criminology
Demography
Design
Ecology and Conservation Biology
Economics
Education
Electronics Engineering
Energy Research
Engineering
Environmental Epidemiology
Environmental Justice
Environmental Protection, Sustainable Development and Human Rights
Environmental Sciences
Epidemiology
Geography
Financial Engineering

IAFE/Sungard Financial engineering of the Year Award[34]

Geology
Humanities
Hydrology
Information Science
Information Technology and Computer Engineering
Information Theory
Law
Linguistics
Management
Mathematics
Metereology
Music
Nanotechnology
Oceanography
Operations Research
Optometry
Pharmaceutical Research
Philosophy and Logic
Political Science
Psychology
Robotics
Social Sciences/Sociology
Soil Science
Statistics
Sustainability
Technology
Theology

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