List of Nobel laureates by university affiliation

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This list of Nobel laureates by university affiliation shows the university affiliations of individual winners of the Nobel Prize and the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences since 1901 (total 892 individual laureates).[1] This list does not include organizations which were awarded the Nobel prize (as of 2017, 24 such organizations[1]) or any individuals affiliated with those organizations. However, an individual laureate who received the Nobel prize while working at a research organization formally affiliated with or operated by a university is counted as an affiliate of that university. Universities are listed in descending order according to the number of affiliates, while only the top 50 universities are shown explicitly with their rankings.

The university affiliations in this list are all formal/official academic affiliations (i.e., official employment or degree program), which fall into three categories: 1) Graduate and Attendee, 2) Long-term Academic Staff, and 3) Temporary Academic Staff. Graduates are defined as those who hold Bachelor's, Master's, PhD, or equivalent degrees from a university, while attendees are those who formally enrolled in a degree-program at a university for at least one day but did not complete the program or obtain a degree (thus, honorary degrees, summer attendees, exchange students, and auditors are generally excluded). The category of "Long-term Academic Staff" mostly consists of tenure/tenure-track and equivalent academic positions, while that of "Temporary Academic Staff" mostly consists of lecturers (without tenure), postdoctoral researchers, visiting professors/scholars, and equivalent academic positions.

Further explanations on "Temporary Academic Staff" are presented as follows. Some visiting professorships/lectureships such as the "Morris Loeb Lecturer", "Lee Historical Lecturer" and "Charles Eliot Norton Professor" in Harvard University are in fact awards/honors/recognition instead of an actual affiliation with the university (compared to the "Morris Loeb Long-term Lecturer"),[2][3] and thus will not be counted in this list. In particular, giving lectures or doing researches at a university is not an indication of affiliation with that university – the lecturer/researcher has to be officially employed (even with a "visiting" title) by the university to be counted. Finally, summer employees and visitors are generally excluded from the list, and non-academic positions (e.g., advisory committee, administrative staff, etc) are also excluded.

In this list, the number following a person's name is the year he/she received the prize; in particular, a number with asterisk (*) means the person received the award while he/she was working at the institution containing that asterisk. A laureate with his/her name underlined implies that this person has already been counted for a same institution in some previous category. If a person had multiple positions under one category, only the position with highest rank is considered.

Each institution practices different methods for counting affiliates, from generous counting to conservative.[4] Within this list, the University Counts are thus shown as comparison, which are published by the universities themselves. The federal University of London is counted by its individual constituent colleges in this table. The University of California is also counted here by its individual campuses. Finally, this list, together with List of Fields Medal winners by university affiliation and List of Turing Award laureates by university affiliation, presents the university affiliation (with similar criteria) of people who have won highest honors in fundamental academic disciplines.

Legend: [Ph.] Physics, [Ch.] Chemistry, [PM] Physiology or Medicine, [Li.] Literature, [Pe.] Peace, [Ec.] Economics.

Harvard University (1st)[edit]

Affiliations Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Temporary academic staff
Harvard University, United States United States
Notes: 1) Affiliates of Radcliffe College ("Harvard Annex", 1879-1999) are not included in this list.[5]

2) "Morris Loeb Lecturer" (short-term), "Lee Historical Lecturer" and "Charles Eliot Norton Professor" are not affiliates with Harvard University.

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

133 (University Count 49)[6]
  1. [Ph.] Adam Riess (PhD) - 2011
  2. [Ph.] Ben Roy Mottelson (PhD) - 1975
  3. [Ph.] Brian Schmidt (PhD) - 2011
  4. [Ph.] David J. Wineland (PhD) - 2012
  5. [Ph.] Edward M. Purcell (PhD) - 1952
  6. [Ph.] Hugh David Politzer (PhD) - 2004
  7. [Ph.] John H. van Vleck (PhD) - 1977
  8. [Ph.] Joseph H. Taylor (PhD) - 1993
  9. [Ph.] Kenneth G. Wilson (B.A) - 1982
  10. [Ph.] Nicolaas Bloembergen (Graduate Attendee) - 1981
  11. [Ph.] Percy W. Bridgman (B.A, PhD) - 1946
  12. [Ph.] Philip W. Anderson (B.A, PhD) - 1977
  13. [Ph.] David M. Lee (B.A) - 1996
  14. [Ph.] Roy Glauber (B.A, PhD) - 2005
  15. [Ph.] Saul Perlmutter (B.A) - 2011
  16. [Ph.] Sheldon Glashow (PhD) - 1979
  17. [Ch.] Christian Anfinsen (PhD) - 1972
  18. [Ch.] Donald Cram (PhD) - 1987
  19. [Ch.] Dudley R. Herschbach (PhD) - 1986
  20. [Ch.] Edward A. Doisy (PhD) - 1943
  21. [Ch.] James B. Sumner (B.A, PhD) - 1946
  22. [Ch.] Jerome Karle (M.A) - 1985
  23. [Ch.] Martin Chalfie (B.S, PhD) - 2008
  24. [Ch.] Martin Karplus (B.A) - 2013
  25. [Ch.] Richard R. Schrock (PhD) - 2005
  26. [Ch.] Roald Hoffmann (PhD) - 1981
  27. [Ch.] Roger D. Kornberg (B.A) - 2006
  28. [Ch.] Roger Y. Tsien (B.S) - 2008
  29. [Ch.] Theodore W. Richards (B.A, PhD) - 1914
  30. [Ch.] Thomas A. Steitz (PhD) - 2009
  31. [Ch.] Walter Gilbert (B.S, M.S) - 1980
  32. [Ch.] Walter Kohn (PhD) - 1998
  33. [Ch.] William H. Stein (B.A, PhD) - 1972
  34. [Ch.] William S. Knowles (B.S) - 2001
  35. [PM] Charles Brenton Huggins (M.D) - 1966
  36. [PM] Craig C. Mello (PhD) - 2006
  37. [PM] D. Carleton Gajdusek (M.D) - 1976
  38. [PM] E. Donnall Thomas (M.D) - 1990
  39. [PM] Eric Kandel (B.A) - 2000
  40. [PM] Frederick Chapman Robbins (M.D) - 1954
  41. [PM] George Davis Snell (PhD) - 1980
  42. [PM] George H. Hitchings (PhD) - 1988
  43. [PM] George Minot (M.D) - 1934
  44. [PM] Harold E. Varmus (M.A) - 1989
  45. [PM] H. Robert Horvitz (PhD) - 2002
  46. [PM] J. Michael Bishop (M.D) - 1989
  47. [PM] James Rothman (PhD) - 2013
  48. [PM] John F. Enders (PhD) - 1954
  49. [PM] Joseph E. Murray (M.D) - 1990
  50. [PM] Mario Capecchi (PhD) - 2007
  51. [PM] Ralph M. Steinman (M.D) - 2011
  52. [PM] Thomas H. Weller (M.D) - 1954
  53. [PM] William P. Murphy (M.D) - 1934
  54. [Ec.] A. Michael Spence (PhD) - 2001
  55. [Ec.] Bertil Ohlin (M.A) - 1977
  56. [Ec.] Christopher Sims (B.A, PhD) - 2011
  57. [Ec.] Eric Maskin (B.A, PhD) - 2007
  58. [Ec.] James Tobin (B.A, PhD) - 1981
  59. [Ec.] Lloyd Shapley (B.A) - 2012
  60. [Ec.] Merton H. Miller (M.A) - 1990
  61. [Ec.] Paul A. Samuelson (PhD) - 1970
  62. [Ec.] Robert M. Solow (B.A, PhD) - 1987
  63. [Ec.] Roger Myerson (B.A, PhD) - 2007
  64. [Ec.] Thomas J. Sargent (PhD) - 2011
  65. [Ec.] Thomas Schelling (PhD) - 2005
  66. [Ec.] Vernon L. Smith (PhD) - 2002
  67. [Pe.] Al Gore (B.A) - 2007
  68. [Pe.] Barack H. Obama (J.D) - 2009
  69. [Pe.] Ellen Johnson Sirleaf (M.A) - 2011
  70. [Pe.] Henry Kissinger (B.A, PhD) - 1973
  71. [Pe.] Juan Manuel Santos (M.A) - 2016
  72. [Pe.] Ralph Bunche (PhD) - 1950
  73. [Pe.] Theodore Roosevelt (B.A) - 1906
  74. [Li.] Eugene O'Neill[7] (Undergraduate Attendee) - 1936
  75. [Li.] T. S. Eliot (B.A) - 1948
  1. [Ph.] Carlo Rubbia[8] (Professor) - 1984*
  2. [Ph.] E. M. Purcell (Professor) - 1952*
  3. [Ph.] Julian Schwinger (Professor) - 1965*
  4. [Ph.] Nicolaas Bloembergen (Professor) - 1981*
  5. [Ph.] Norman F. Ramsey (Professor) - 1989*
  6. [Ph.] Percy W. Bridgman (Professor) - 1946*
  7. [Ph.] Riccardo Giacconi[9] (Professor) - 2002
  8. [Ph.] Roy Glauber (Professor) - 2005*
  9. [Ph.] Sheldon Glashow (Professor) - 1979*
  10. [Ph.] Steven Weinberg (Professor) - 1979*
  11. [Ch.] Christian Anfinsen (Professor) - 1972
  12. [Ch.] Dudley R. Herschbach (Professor) - 1986*
  13. [Ch.] Elias James Corey (Professor) - 1990*
  14. [Ch.] Geoffrey Wilkinson (Assistant Professor) - 1973
  15. [Ch.] Martin Karplus (Professor) - 2013*
  16. [Ch.] Robert Burns Woodward (Professor) - 1965*
  17. [Ch.] Theodore W. Richards (Professor) - 1914
  18. [Ch.] William Lipscomb (Professor) - 1976
  19. [PM] Baruj Benacerraf (Professor) - 1980*
  20. [PM] David H. Hubel (Professor) - 1981*
  21. [PM] Frederick Chapman Robbins[10] (Professor) - 1954
  22. [PM] Fritz Lipmann (Professor) - 1953*
  23. [PM] George Minot (Professor) - 1934*
  24. [PM] Georg von Békésy (Professor) - 1961*
  25. [PM] George Wald (Professor) - 1967*
  26. [PM] Jack W. Szostak (Professor) - 2009*
  27. [PM] James Watson (Professor) - 1962*
  28. [PM] John F. Enders[11] (Professor) - 1954*
  29. [PM] Konrad Bloch (Professor) - 1964*
  30. [PM] Linda B. Buck (Professor) - 2004
  31. [PM] Thomas H. Weller (Professor) - 1954
  32. [PM] Torsten N. Wiesel (Professor) - 1981*
  33. [Ec.] A. Michael Spence (Professor) - 2001
  34. [Ec.] Alvin E. Roth (Professor) - 2012*
  35. [Ec.] Amartya Sen (Professor) - 1998
  36. [Ec.] Kenneth J. Arrow (Professor) - 1972*
  37. [Ec.] Oliver Hart (Professor) - 2016*
  38. [Ec.] Robert C. Merton (Professor) - 1997*
  39. [Ec.] Simon Kuznets (Professor) - 1971*
  40. [Ec.] Thomas Schelling (Professor) - 2005
  41. [Ec.] Wassily Leontief (Professor) - 1973*
  42. [Pe.] Henry Kissinger (Professor) - 1973
  43. [Li.] Seamus Heaney (Professor) - 1995*
  1. [Ph.] Felix Bloch[12] (Researcher) - 1952
  2. [Ph.] Gerard 't Hooft[13] (Morris Loeb Long-term Lecturer) - 1999
  3. [Ph.] John Bardeen[Note 1][14] (Junior Fellow) - 1956, 1972
  4. [Ph.] Nicolaas Bloembergen (Junior Fellow) - 1981
  5. [Ph.] Owen Chamberlain[15] (Morris Loeb Long-term Lecturer) - 1959
  6. [Ph.] Serge Haroche[16] (Visiting Professor) - 2012
  7. [Ph.] Willis E. Lamb[13] (Morris Loeb Long-term Lecturer) - 1955
  8. [Ch.] Aaron Ciechanover[17] (Visiting Professor) - 2004
  9. [Ch.] Arieh Warshel (Postdoctoral Researcher) - 2013
  10. [Ch.] Derek Barton[18] (Visiting Professor) - 1969
  11. [Ch.] Dudley R. Herschbach (Junior Fellow) - 1986
  12. [Ch.] Jean-Marie Lehn (Postdoctoral Researcher) - 1987
  13. [Ch.] Robert Burns Woodward (Junior Fellow) - 1965
  14. [Ch.] Robert Lefkowitz[19] (Teaching Fellow) - 2012
  15. [Ch.] Ryoji Noyori (Visiting Professor) - 2001
  16. [Ch.] William Moerner[20] (Visiting Professor) - 2014
  17. [Ch.] Yuan T. Lee (Postdoctoral Researcher) - 1986
  18. [PM] Albert Szent-Györgyi (Visiting Professor) - 1937
  19. [PM] Allan M. Cormack (Researcher) - 1979
  20. [PM] Bengt I. Samuelsson[21](Visiting Professor) - 1982
  21. [PM] Carl Ferdinand Cori (Visiting Professor) - 1947
  22. [PM] Francis Crick[22] (Visiting Professor) - 1962
  23. [PM] George H. Hitchings (Researcher) - 1988
  24. [PM] Gerald Edelman[23] (Visiting Professor) - 1972
  25. [PM] Jean Dausset (Researcher) - 1980
  26. [PM] John R. Vane[24] (Visiting Professor) - 1982
  27. [PM] Max Theiler (Instructor) - 1951
  28. [PM] Richard J. Roberts (Postdoctoral Researcher) - 1980
  29. [Ec.] Lars Peter Hansen[25] (Visiting Professor) - 2013
  30. [Ec.] Robert J. Shiller[26] (Visiting Scholar) - 2013
  31. [Pe.] Óscar Arias[27] (Visiting Fellow) - 1987
  32. [Li.] Derek Walcott[28] (Visiting Professor) - 1992
  33. [Li.] J. M. Coetzee[29][30] (Visiting Professor) - 2003
  34. [Li.] Mario Vargas Llosa[31] (Visiting Professor) - 2010

University of Cambridge (2nd)[edit]

Affiliations Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Temporary academic staff
University of Cambridge, United Kingdom United Kingdom
Notes: 1) Steven Weinberg, honored as a special lecturer and member of several advisory committees in Cambridge,[32] is not included in the following list, contrary to the University Count.

2) Affiliates with the MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology are included in this list.

97 (University Count 98)[33]
  1. [Ph.] Abdus Salam (B.A, PhD) - 1979
  2. [Ph.] Antony Hewish (B.A, PhD) - 1974
  3. [Ph.] Brian David Josephson (B.A, PhD) - 1973
  4. [Ph.] Cecil Powell (B.A, PhD) - 1950
  5. [Ph.] Charles Barkla (PhD) - 1917
  6. [Ph.] Charles Wilson (B.A) - 1927
  7. [Ph.] David J. Thouless (B.A) - 2016
  8. [Ph.] Duncan Haldane (B.A, PhD) - 2016
  9. [Ph.] Edward Appleton (B.A) - 1947
  10. [Ph.] Ernest Walton (PhD) - 1951
  11. [Ph.] George Thomson (B.A) - 1937
  12. [Ph.] James Chadwick (PhD) - 1935
  13. [Ph.] John Cockcroft (B.A) - 1951
  14. [Ph.] John M. Kosterlitz (B.A, M.A) - 2016
  15. [Ph.] J. J. Thomson (B.A) - 1906
  16. [Ph.] Lord Rayleigh (B.A, PhD) - 1904
  17. [Ph.] Nevill Mott (B.A) - 1977
  18. [Ph.] Norman Ramsey (B.A) - 1989
  19. [Ph.] Owen Richardson (B.A) - 1928
  20. [Ph.] Patrick M. S. Blackett (B.A, PhD) - 1948
  21. [Ph.] Paul Dirac (B.A) - 1933
  22. [Ph.] Pyotr Kapitsa (PhD) - 1978
  23. [Ph.] Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar (PhD) - 1983
  24. [Ph.] William Henry Bragg (B.A) - 1915
  25. [Ph.] William Lawrence Bragg (B.A, PhD) - 1915
  26. [Ch.] Aaron Klug (PhD) - 1982
  27. [Ch.] Alan McDiarmid (PhD) - 2000
  28. [Ch.] Archer Martin (B.A) - 1952
  29. [Ch.] Dorothy Hodgkin (PhD) - 1964
  30. [Ch.] Frederick Sanger (B.A, PhD) - 1958, 1980
  31. [Ch.] George Porter (PhD) - 1967
  32. [Ch.] John Kendrew (B.A) - 1962
  33. [Ch.] John Pople (B.A, PhD) - 1998
  34. [Ch.] Max Perutz (PhD) - 1962
  35. [Ch.] Michael Levitt (PhD) - 2013
  36. [Ch.] Peter Mitchell (B.A, PhD) - 1978
  37. [Ch.] Richard Henderson (PhD) - 2017
  38. [Ch.] Richard Synge (PhD) - 1952
  39. [Ch.] Roger Y. Tsien (PhD) - 2008
  40. [Ch.] Ronald Norrish (B.A, PhD) - 1967
  41. [Ch.] Walter Gilbert (PhD) - 1980
  42. [PM] Alan Hodgkin (B.A) - 1963
  43. [PM] Albert Szent-Györgyi (PhD) - 1937
  44. [PM] Andrew Huxley (B.A) - 1963
  45. [PM] Archibald Hill (B.A) - 1922
  46. [PM] César Milstein (PhD) - 1984
  47. [PM] Charles Sherrington (B.A, M.B)- 1932
  48. [PM] Edgar Adrian (B.A) - 1932
  49. [PM] Elizabeth Blackburn (PhD) - 2009
  50. [PM] Francis Crick (PhD) - 1962
  51. [PM] Henry Hallett Dale (M.D) - 1936
  52. [PM] Sir Howard Walter Florey (PhD) - 1945
  53. [PM] John Sulston (B.A, PhD) - 2002
  54. [PM] Martin Evans (B.A) - 2007
  55. [PM] Maurice Wilkins (B.A) - 1962
  56. [PM] Rodney Porter (PhD) - 1972
  57. [PM] Tim Hunt (B.A, PhD) - 2001
  58. [Ec.] Amartya Sen (B.A, PhD) - 1998
  59. [Ec.] Angus Deaton (B.A, PhD) - 2015
  60. [Ec.] James Mirrlees (PhD) - 1996
  61. [Ec.] Richard Stone (B.A) - 1984
  62. [Ec.] Oliver Hart (B.A) - 2016
  63. [Pe.] Austen Chamberlain (B.A) - 1925
  64. [Pe.] Philip Noel-Baker (B.A) - 1959
  65. [Li.] Bertrand Russell (B.A) - 1950
  66. [Li.] Patrick White (B.A) - 1973
  1. [Ph.] Antony Hewish (Professor) - 1974*
  2. [Ph.] Brian David Josephson (Professor) - 1973*
  3. [Ph.] Charles Wilson (Professor) - 1927*
  4. [Ph.] Edward Appleton (Professor) - 1947
  5. [Ph.] George Thomson (Professor) - 1937
  6. [Ph.] James Chadwick (Professor) - 1935
  7. [Ph.] John Cockcroft (Professor) - 1951
  8. [Ph.] J. J. Thomson (Professor) - 1906*
  9. [Ph.] Lord Rayleigh (Professor) - 1904
  10. [Ph.] Martin Ryle (Professor) - 1974*
  11. [Ph.] Nevill Mott (Professor) - 1977*
  12. [Ph.] Paul Dirac (Professor) - 1933*
  13. [Ph.] Philip Anderson (Professor) - 1977
  14. [Ph.] William Lawrence Bragg (Professor) - 1915
  15. [Ch.] Aaron Klug (Professor) - 1982*
  16. [Ch.] Alexander Todd (Professor) - 1957*
  17. [Ch.] Ernest Rutherford (Professor) - 1908
  18. [Ch.] Francis Aston (Professor) - 1922*
  19. [Ch.] Frederick Sanger (Professor) - 1958*, 1980*
  20. [Ch.] John Kendrew (Professor) - 1962*
  21. [Ch.] John Walker (Professor) - 1997*
  22. [Ch.] Richard Henderson (MCR) - 2017
  23. [Ch.] Max Perutz (Professor) - 1962*
  24. [Ch.] Ronald Norrish (Professor) - 1967*
  25. [Ch.] Venkatraman Ramakrishnan (Professor) - 2009*
  26. [PM] Alan Hodgkin (Professor) - 1963*
  27. [PM] Andrew Huxley (Professor) - 1963
  28. [PM] Archibald Hill (Professor) - 1922
  29. [PM] César Milstein (Professor) - 1984*
  30. [PM] Edgar Adrian (Professor) - 1932*
  31. [PM] Francis Crick (Professor) 1962*
  32. [PM] Frederick Gowland Hopkins (Professor) - 1929*
  33. [PM] John B. Gurdon (Professor) - 2012*
  34. [PM] John Sulston (Professor) - 2002*
  35. [PM] Robert G. Edwards (Professor) - 2010*
  36. [PM] Sydney Brenner (Professor) - 2002
  37. [Ec.] Amartya Sen (Professor) - 1998*
  38. [Ec.] James Meade (Professor) - 1977*
  39. [Ec.] James Mirrlees (Professor) - 1996*
  40. [Ec.] Richard Stone (Professor) - 1984*
  1. [Ph.] Abdus Salam[34] (Lecturer) - 1979
  2. [Ph.] Arthur Holly Compton (Researcher) - 1927
  3. [Ph.] Charles Barkla (Researcher) - 1917
  4. [Ph.] Max Born (Lecturer) - 1954
  5. [Ph.] Niels Bohr (Postdoctoral Researcher) - 1922
  6. [Ph.] Owen Richardson (Researcher) - 1928
  7. [Ph.] Patrick M. S. Blackett (Researcher) - 1948
  8. [Ph.] Pyotr Kapitsa (Researcher) - 1978
  9. [Ph.] Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar (Researcher) - 1983
  10. [Ph.] William Fowler (Visiting Scholar) - 1983
  11. [Ch.] Ernest Rutherford (Researcher) - 1908
  12. [Ch.] Francis Aston (Researcher) - 1922*
  13. [Ch.] George Porter (Researcher) - 1967
  14. [Ch.] Joachim Frank (Researcher) - 2017
  15. [Ch.] John Pople (Lecturer) - 1998
  16. [Ch.] Peter Mitchell (Researcher) - 1978*
  17. [Ch.] Richard R. Schrock (Postdoctoral Researcher) - 2005
  18. [PM] Allan M. Cormack (Researcher) - 1979
  19. [PM] Charles Sherrington (Researcher) - 1932
  20. [PM] Ernst Chain (Researcher) - 1945
  21. [PM] Georges Köhler (Postdoctoral Researcher) - 1984
  22. [PM] Hans Krebs (Researcher) - 1953
  23. [PM] Sir Howard Walter Florey (Researcher) - 1945
  24. [PM] James Watson (Researcher) - 1962
  25. [PM] Martin Evans (Researcher) - 2007
  26. [PM] Paul Greengard (Postdoctoral Researcher) - 2000
  27. [PM] Tim Hunt (Researcher) - 2001
  28. [Ec.] Eric Maskin (Researcher) - 2007
  29. [Ec.] Gérard Debreu (Visitor) - 1983
  30. [Ec.] James Meade (Postdoctoral Researcher) - 1977
  31. [Ec.] John Hicks (Researcher) - 1972
  32. [Ec.] Joseph Stiglitz (Researcher) - 2001
  33. [Ec.] Kenneth J. Arrow (Researcher) - 1972
  34. [Li.] Bertrand Russell (Lecturer) - 1950
  35. [Li.] Wole Soyinka (Overseas Fellow) - 1986

Columbia University (3rd)[edit]

Affiliations Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Temporary academic staff
Columbia University, United States United States
Notes: 1) Affiliates of Barnard College after 1900 (inclusive) are included in the following list.[35]

2) The "Ingeborg Rennert Professors" are not affiliates with Columbia University. For instance, Elie Wiesel was an Ingeborg Rennert Professor of Judaic Studies at Barnard College, and is thus not included.[36]

3) The University Count of Columbia does not include attendees (two in total), two professors (Martin Karplus and James E. Rothman), four visiting professors (Daniel C. Tsui, Emilio Segrè, Hans Albrecht Bethe, William Shockley), and Barnard College affiliates & Nobel Peace Prize winners who were merely temporary academic staff (five in total).

96 (University Count 83)[37]
  1. [Ph.] Arno A. Penzias (PhD) - 1978
  2. [Ph.] I. I. Rabi (PhD) - 1944
  3. [Ph.] James Rainwater (PhD) - 1975
  4. [Ph.] Julian S. Schwinger (B.A, PhD) - 1965
  5. [Ph.] Leon M. Lederman (PhD) - 1988
  6. [Ph.] Leon N. Cooper (B.A, PhD) - 1972
  7. [Ph.] Martin L. Perl (PhD) - 1995
  8. [Ph.] Melvin Schwartz (B.A, PhD) - 1988
  9. [Ph.] Norman F. Ramsey (B.A) - 1989
  10. [Ph.] Robert A. Millikan (PhD) - 1923
  11. [Ph.] Val L. Fitch (PhD) - 1980
  12. [Ch.] Herbert A. Hauptman (M.A) - 1985
  13. [Ch.] Irving Langmuir (B.S) - 1932
  14. [Ch.] John Howard Northrop (PhD) - 1946
  15. [Ch.] Roald Hoffmann (B.A) - 1981
  16. [Ch.] Robert H. Grubbs (PhD) - 1968
  17. [Ch.] Robert Lefkowitz (B.A, MD) - 2012
  18. [Ch.] Sidney Altman (Graduate Attendee) - 1989
  19. [Ch.] William H. Stein (PhD) - 1972
  20. [Ch.] William S. Knowles (PhD) - 2001
  21. [PM] Baruch S. Blumberg (M.D) - 1976
  22. [PM] Baruj Benacerraf (B.S) - 1980
  23. [PM] Dickinson W. Richards (M.D) - 1956
  24. [PM] Edward C. Kendall (B.S, PhD) - 1950
  25. [PM] George Wald (PhD) - 1967
  26. [PM] Harold E. Varmus (M.D) - 1989
  27. [PM] Hermann J. Muller (B.A, PhD) - 1946
  28. [PM] Joshua Lederberg (B.A) - 1958
  29. [PM] Konrad E. Bloch (PhD) - 1964
  30. [PM] Konrad Lorenz[38] (Undergraduate Attendee) - 1973
  31. [PM] Louis J. Ignarro (B.S) - 1998
  32. [PM] Richard Axel (B.A) - 2004
  33. [Ec.] Alvin E. Roth (B.S) - 2012
  34. [Ec.] Kenneth J. Arrow (PhD) - 1972
  35. [Ec.] Milton Friedman (PhD) - 1976
  36. [Ec.] Robert C. Merton (B.S) - 1997
  37. [Ec.] Robert W. Fogel (M.A) - 1993
  38. [Ec.] Simon S. Kuznets (B.S, PhD) - 1971
  39. [Ec.] William Vickrey (PhD) - 1996
  40. [Pe.] Barack H. Obama (B.A) - 2009
  41. [Pe.] Nicholas Murray Butler (B.A, PhD) - 1931
  42. [Pe.] Theodore Roosevelt (J.D.) - 1906
  1. [Ph.] Charles H. Townes (Professor) - 1964
  2. [Ph.] Enrico Fermi (Professor) - 1938
  3. [Ph.] Hideki Yukawa (Professor) - 1949*
  4. [Ph.] Horst L. Stormer (Professor) - 1998*
  5. [Ph.] I. I. Rabi (Professor) - 1944*
  6. [Ph.] Jack Steinberger (Professor) - 1988
  7. [Ph.] Leo James Rainwater (Professor) - 1975
  8. [Ph.] Leon M. Lederman (Professor) - 1988
  9. [Ph.] Melvin Schwartz (Professor) - 1988
  10. [Ph.] Polykarp Kusch (Professor) - 1955*
  11. [Ph.] Tsung-Dao Lee (Professor) - 1957*
  12. [Ph.] Willis E. Lamb (Professor) - 1955
  13. [Ch.] Harold C. Urey (Professor) - 1934*
  14. [Ch.] Joachim Frank (Professor) - 2017*
  15. [Ch.] Martin Chalfie (Professor) - 2008*
  16. [Ch.] Martin Karplus (Professor) - 2013
  17. [PM] André F. Cournand (Professor) - 1956*
  18. [PM] Dickinson W. Richards (Professor) - 1956*
  19. [PM] Eric Kandel (Professor) - 2000*
  20. [PM] James E. Rothman (Professor) - 2013
  21. [PM] Konrad E. Bloch (Professor) - 1964
  22. [PM] Richard Axel (Professor) - 2004*
  23. [PM] Thomas Hunt Morgan (Professor) - 1933
  24. [Ec.] Edmund S. Phelps (Professor) - 2006*
  25. [Ec.] Gary S. Becker (Professor) - 1992
  26. [Ec.] George J. Stigler (Professor) - 1982
  27. [Ec.] James Heckman (Assistant Professor) - 2000
  28. [Ec.] Joseph Stiglitz (Professor) - 2001*
  29. [Ec.] Robert Mundell (Professor) - 1999*
  30. [Ec.] William Vickrey (Professor) - 1996
  31. [Pe.] Nicholas Murray Butler (Professor) - 1931
  32. [Li.] Orhan Pamuk (Professor) - 2006
  1. [Ph.] Aage Bohr (Research Fellow) - 1975
  2. [Ph.] Arno Allan Penzias (Researcher) - 1978
  3. [Ph.] Arthur L. Schawlow (Postdoctoral Researcher) - 1981
  4. [Ph.] Carlo Rubbia (Postdoctoral Researcher) - 1984
  5. [Ph.] Daniel C. Tsui[citation needed] (Visiting Professor) - 1998
  6. [Ph.] Emilio Segrè[39] (Visitor) - 1959
  7. [Ph.] Hans Albrecht Bethe[40] (Visitor) - 1967
  8. [Ph.] John C. Mather (Postdoctoral Researcher) - 2006
  9. [Ph.] Maria Goeppert-Mayer (Researcher) - 1963
  10. [Ph.] Murray Gell-Mann (Visiting Associate Professor) - 1969
  11. [Ph.] Norman F. Ramsey (Researcher) - 1989
  12. [Ph.] Samuel C. C. Ting (Lecturer) - 1976
  13. [Ph.] Steven Weinberg (Postdoctoral Researcher) - 1979
  14. [Ph.] William Shockley[41] (Research Director) - 1956
  15. [Ch.] Luis Federico Leloir (Researcher) - 1970
  16. [Ch.] Willard F. Libby (Researcher) - 1960
  17. [PM] Baruch S. Blumberg (Researcher) - 1976
  18. [PM] Baruj Benacerraf (Researcher) - 1980
  19. [PM] Daniel Nathans (Medical Resident) - 1978
  20. [PM] D. Carleton Gajdusek (Postdoctoral Researcher) - 1976
  21. [PM] E. Donnall Thomas (Researcher) - 1990
  22. [PM] Linda B. Buck (Postdoctoral Researcher) - 2004
  23. [PM] Salvador E. Luria (Research Assistant) - 1969
  24. [PM] Sune Bergström (Research Fellow) - 1982
  25. [Ec.] Franco Modigliani (Instructor) - 1985
  26. [Ec.] Milton Friedman (Researcher) - 1976
  27. [Ec.] Robert M. Solow (Research Fellow) - 1987
  28. [Pe.] Al Gore[42] (Visiting Professor) - 2007
  29. [Pe.] Kofi Annan (Global Fellow) - 2001
  30. [Pe.] Leymah Gbowee[43](Barnard College, Fellow) - 2011
  31. [Pe.] Liu Xiaobo (Visiting Scholar) - 2010
  32. [Li.] Derek Walcott (Visiting Professor) - 1992
  33. [Li.] Gabriela Mistral (Barnard College, Visiting Professor) - 1945
  34. [Li.] Joseph Brodsky (Visiting Professor) - 1987
  35. [Li.] Nadine Gordimer[44] (Adjunct Professor) - 1991

University of California, Berkeley (4th)[edit]

Affiliations Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Temporary academic staff
University of California, Berkeley, United States United States
Notes: 1) The University Count of UC Berkeley only includes alumni, current faculty members, and deceased faculty who retired at Berkeley, once per person.

2) Following the University Count, Adam Riess is included as a graduate instead of a regular postdoctoral researcher.

3) Affiliates of Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory before 1959 are included in the following list.[45][46]

94 (University Count 47)[47]
  1. [Ph.] Adam Riess (Miller Fellow) - 2011
  2. [Ph.] Barry Barish (B.A., PhD) - 2017
  3. [Ph.] David Gross (PhD) - 2004
  4. [Ph.] David J. Wineland (B.S.) - 2012
  5. [Ph.] John C. Mather (PhD) - 2006
  6. [Ph.] Owen Chamberlain (Graduate attendee) - 1959
  7. [Ph.] Robert B. Laughlin (B.S) - 1998
  8. [Ph.] Saul Perlmutter (PhD) - 2011
  9. [Ph.] Steven Chu (PhD) - 1997
  10. [Ph.] Willis E. Lamb (B.S, PhD) - 1955
  11. [Ch.] Alan J. Heeger (PhD) - 2000
  12. [Ch.] Glenn T. Seaborg (PhD) - 1951
  13. [Ch.] Harold C. Urey (PhD) - 1934
  14. [Ch.] Henry Taube (PhD) - 1983
  15. [Ch.] Kary B. Mullis (PhD) - 1993
  16. [Ch.] Mario J. Molina (PhD) - 1995
  17. [Ch.] Robert Curl (PhD) - 1996
  18. [Ch.] Thomas R. Cech (PhD) - 1989
  19. [Ch.] Willard F. Libby (B.S, PhD) - 1960
  20. [Ch.] William F. Giauque (B.S, PhD) - 1949
  21. [Ch.] Yuan T. Lee (PhD) 1986
  22. [PM] Andrew Fire (B.A) - 2006
  23. [PM] Carol W. Greider (PhD) - 2009
  24. [PM] Hamilton O. Smith (B.S) - 1978
  25. [PM] Joseph Erlanger (B.S) - 1944
  26. [PM] Selman Waksman (PhD) - 1952
  27. [Ec.] Christopher Sims (Graduate attendee) - 2011
  28. [Ec.] Daniel Kahneman (PhD) - 2002
  29. [Ec.] Douglass C. North (B.A, PhD) - 1993
  30. [Ec.] Lawrence R. Klein (B.A) - 1980
  31. [Ec.] Robert E. Lucas Jr.[48] (Graduate Attendee) - 1995
  32. [Ec.] Thomas J. Sargent (B.A) - 2011
  33. [Ec.] Thomas Schelling (B.A) - 2005
  34. [Ec.] William F. Sharpe (Undergraduate attendee) - 1990
  1. [Ph.] Arthur H. Compton[49][50] (Professor) - 1927
  2. [Ph.] Charles H. Townes (Professor) - 1964
  3. [Ph.] Donald A. Glaser (Professor) - 1960*
  4. [Ph.] Emilio Segrè (Professor) - 1959*
  5. [Ph.] Ernest O. Lawrence (Professor) - 1939*
  6. [Ph.] George Smoot (Professor) - 2006*
  7. [Ph.] Luis W. Alvarez (Professor) - 1968*
  8. [Ph.] Otto Stern (Professor) - 1943
  9. [Ph.] Owen Chamberlain (Professor) - 1959*
  10. [Ph.] Saul Perlmutter (Professor) - 2011*
  11. [Ph.] Sheldon Lee Glashow (Associate Professor) - 1979
  12. [Ph.] Steven Chu (Professor) - 1997
  13. [Ph.] Steven Weinberg (Assistant Professor) - 1979
  14. [Ch.] Dudley R. Herschbach (Professor) - 1986
  15. [Ch.] Edwin M. McMillan (Professor) - 1951*
  16. [Ch.] Eric Betzig[51] (Professor) - 2014
  17. [Ch.] Glenn T. Seaborg (Professor) - 1951*
  18. [Ch.] John H. Northrop (Professor) - 1946
  19. [Ch.] Melvin Calvin (Professor) - 1961*
  20. [Ch.] Paul Modrich[52] (Assistant Professor) - 2015
  21. [Ch.] Roger Y. Tsien (Professor) - 2008
  22. [Ch.] Thomas A. Steitz[53] (Assistant Professor) - 2009
  23. [Ch.] Wendell M. Stanley (Professor) - 1946
  24. [Ch.] William F. Giauque (Professor) - 1949*
  25. [Ch.] Yuan T. Lee (Professor) - 1986*
  26. [PM] Elizabeth Blackburn (Professor) - 2009
  27. [PM] Randy Schekman (Professor) - 2013*
  28. [PM] Stanley B. Prusiner (Professor) - 1997*
  29. [Ec.] Daniel Kahneman (Professor) - 2002
  30. [Ec.] Daniel McFadden (Professor) - 2000*
  31. [Ec.] George A. Akerlof (Professor) - 2001*
  32. [Ec.] Gérard Debreu (Professor) - 1983*
  33. [Ec.] John C. Harsanyi (Professor) - 1994*
  34. [Ec.] Oliver Williamson (Professor) - 2009*
  35. [Ec.] Peter A. Diamond (Professor) - 2010
  36. [Li.] Czeslaw Milosz (Professor) - 1980*
  1. [Ph.] Ben R. Mottelson[54] (Visiting Professor) - 1975
  2. [Ph.] David J. Thouless (Postdoctoral Researcher) - 2016
  3. [Ph.] Felix Bloch (Researcher) - 1952
  4. [Ph.] Jack Steinberger (Researcher) - 1988
  5. [Ph.] James Cronin (Researcher) - 1980
  6. [Ph.] J. Hans D. Jensen[55] (Visiting Professor) - 1963
  7. [Ph.] Julian Schwinger (Postdoctoral Researcher) - 1965
  8. [Ph.] Nicolaas Bloembergen[56] (Visiting Professor) - 1981
  9. [Ph.] Tsung-Dao Lee (Instructor) - 1957
  10. [Ch.] Ahmed Zewail (Researcher) - 1999
  11. [Ch.] Geoffrey Wilkinson (Researcher) - 1973
  12. [Ch.] Gerhard Ertl[57] (Visiting Professor) - 2007
  13. [Ch.] Joachim Frank (Postdoctoral Researcher) - 2017
  14. [Ch.] Richard Henderson (Visiting Professor) - 2017
  15. [Ch.] Kurt Wüthrich (Researcher) - 2002
  16. [Ch.][Pe.] Linus Pauling[Note 1] (Visiting Lecturer) - 1954, 1962
  17. [Ch.] Willard F. Libby (Lecturer) - 1960
  18. [PM] Arthur Kornberg (Researcher) - 1959
  19. [PM] Joshua Lederberg[58] (Visiting Professor) - 1958
  20. [PM] Maurice Wilkins (Researcher) - 1962
  21. [PM] Robert Aumann[59] (Visiting Professor) - 2005
  22. [PM] Sydney Brenner (Postdoctoral Researcher) - 2002
  23. [PM] Werner Arber (Visiting Professor) - 1978
  24. [Ec.] Amartya Sen (Researcher) - 1998
  25. [Ec.] Christopher A. Pissarides[60] (Visitor) - 2010
  26. [Ec.] Herbert A. Simon (Research Director) - 1978
  27. [Ec.] James Mirrlees[61] (Visiting Professor) - 1996
  28. [Ec.] James Tobin (Visiting Professor) - 1981
  29. [Ec.] Leonid Hurwicz[62] (Visiting Professor) - 2007
  30. [Ec.] Reinhard Selten[63] (Visiting Professor) - 1994
  31. [Li.] Seamus Heaney[64] (Visiting Lecturer) - 1995

University of Chicago (5th)[edit]

Affiliations Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Temporary academic staff
University of Chicago, United States United States
Notes: 1) Emily Greene Balch and T. S. Eliot are included in the following list but not the University Count.

2) Affiliates of Argonne National Laboratory (since 1946) and Fermilab (since 2007) are included in the list.[65]

3) Affiliates of Marine Biological Laboratory starting 1 July 2013 are included in the list (e.g., Eric Betzig was a lecturer from 1 to 10 May 2013, and is thus not included).[66][67]

92 (University Count 90)[68]
  1. [Ph.] Chen Ning Yang (PhD) - 1957
  2. [Ph.] Clinton Davisson (B.S) - 1937
  3. [Ph.] Daniel Tsui (PhD) - 1998
  4. [Ph.] Ernest O. Lawrence (Graduate Attendee) - 1939
  5. [Ph.] Frank Wilczek (B.S) - 2004
  6. [Ph.] George E. Smith (PhD) - 2009
  7. [Ph.] Jack Steinberger (B.S, PhD) - 1988
  8. [Ph.] James Cronin (PhD) - 1980
  9. [Ph.] Jerome Friedman (PhD) - 1990
  10. [Ph.] Luis W. Alvarez (B.A, PhD) - 1968
  11. [Ph.] Owen Chamberlain (PhD) - 1959
  12. [Ph.] Tsung-Dao Lee (PhD) - 1957
  13. [Ch.] Frank Sherwood Rowland (PhD) - 1995
  14. [Ch.] Herbert C. Brown (B.S, PhD) - 1979
  15. [Ch.] Irwin Rose (B.S, PhD) - 2004
  16. [Ch.] Robert Mulliken (PhD) - 1966
  17. [PM] Bruce Beutler (M.D) - 2011
  18. [PM] Edward Lawrie Tatum (B.S) - 1958
  19. [PM] James Dewey Watson (B.S) - 1962
  20. [PM] Roger Sperry (PhD) - 1981
  21. [Ec.] Eugene F. Fama (M.B.A, PhD) - 2013
  22. [Ec.] Gary Becker (PhD) - 1992
  23. [Ec.] George Stigler (PhD) - 1982
  24. [Ec.] Harry Markowitz (B.A, PhD) - 1990
  25. [Ec.] Herbert A. Simon (B.A, PhD) - 1978
  26. [Ec.] James M. Buchanan (PhD) - 1986
  27. [Ec.] Milton Friedman (M.A) - 1976
  28. [Ec.] Myron Scholes (PhD) - 1997
  29. [Ec.] Paul Samuelson (B.A) - 1970
  30. [Ec.] Robert Lucas Jr (B.A, PhD) - 1995
  31. [Pe.] Emily Greene Balch[69][70] (Graduate Attendee) - 1946
  32. [Li.] Saul Bellow (Undergraduate Attendee) - 1976
  1. [Ph.] Albert Abraham Michelson (Professor) - 1907*
  2. [Ph.] Alexei A. Abrikosov (Argonne Scientist) - 2003
  3. [Ph.] Arthur Holly Compton (Professor) - 1927*
  4. [Ph.] Enrico Fermi (Professor) - 1938
  5. [Ph.] James Cronin (Professor) - 1980*
  6. [Ph.] James Franck (Professor) - 1925
  7. [Ph.] John Robert Schrieffer (Assistant Professor) - 1972
  8. [Ph.] Leon M. Lederman (Professor) - 1988
  9. [Ph.] Maria Goeppert-Mayer (Associate Professor) - 1963
  10. [Ph.] Murray Gell-Mann (Associate Professor) - 1969
  11. [Ph.] Robert A. Millikan (Professor) - 1923
  12. [Ph.] Subramanyan Chandrasekhar (Professor) - 1983*
  13. [Ph.] Yoichiro Nambu (Professor) - 2008*
  14. [Ch.] Gerhard Herzberg (Professor) - 1971
  15. [Ch.] Harold Clayton Urey (Professor) - 1934
  16. [Ch.] Henry Taube (Professor) - 1983
  17. [Ch.] Ilya Prigogine (Professor) - 1977
  18. [Ch.] Paul Crutzen (Professor) - 1995
  19. [Ch.] Willard Frank Libby (Professor) - 1960
  20. [Ch.] Yuan T. Lee (Professor) - 1986
  21. [PM] Charles Brenton Huggins (Professor) - 1966*
  22. [PM] George Wells Beadle (Professor) - 1958
  23. [PM] Konrad E. Bloch (Professor) - 1964
  24. [Ec.] Eugene F. Fama (Professor) - 2013*
  25. [Ec.] Friedrich August von Hayek (Professor) - 1974
  26. [Ec.] Gary Becker (Professor) - 1992*
  27. [Ec.] George Stigler (Professor) - 1982*
  28. [Ec.] James J. Heckman (Professor) - 2000*
  29. [Ec.] Kenneth J. Arrow (Assistant Professor) - 1972
  30. [Ec.] Lars Peter Hansen (Professor) - 2013*
  31. [Ec.] Merton H. Miller (Professor) - 1990*
  32. [Ec.] Milton Friedman (Professor) - 1976*
  33. [Ec.] Richard Thaler (Professor) - 2017*
  34. [Ec.] Robert A. Mundell (Professor) - 1999
  35. [Ec.] Robert Fogel (Professor) - 1993*
  36. [Ec.] Robert Lucas Jr (Professor) - 1995*
  37. [Ec.] Roger Myerson (Professor) - 2007*
  38. [Ec.] Ronald H. Coase (Professor) - 1991*
  39. [Ec.] Theodore W. Schultz (Professor) - 1979*
  40. [Ec.] Thomas J. Sargent (Professor) - 2011
  41. [Pe.] Barack H. Obama (Senior Lecturer) - 2009
  42. [Li.] Saul Bellow (Professor) - 1976*
  43. [Li.] J. M. Coetzee (Professor) - 2003
  1. [Ph.] Eugene P. Wigner (Researcher) - 1963
  2. [Ph.] Hans Albrecht Bethe (Researcher) - 1967
  3. [Ph.] Julian Schwinger (Researcher) - 1965
  4. [Ph.] Masatoshi Koshiba (Researcher) - 2002
  5. [Ph.] Werner Heisenberg (Researcher) - 1932
  6. [Ch.] Ada Yonath (Visiting Professor) - 2009
  7. [Ch.] Glenn Theodore Seaborg (Researcher) - 1951
  8. [Ch.] Herbert C. Brown (Instructor) - 1979
  9. [Ch.] Karl Ziegler (Visiting Lecturer) - 1963
  10. [Ch.] Richard E. Smalley (Postdoctoral Researcher) - 1996
  11. [Ch.] William H. Stein (Visiting Professor) - 1972
  12. [PM] Alexis Carrel (Researcher) - 1912
  13. [PM] Edward Adelbert Doisy (Lecturer) - 1943
  14. [PM] George Wald (Researcher) - 1967
  15. [PM] Hermann J. Muller[71] (Instructor) - 1946
  16. [PM] Sir John Carew Eccles (Researcher) - 1963
  17. [Ec.] Daniel L. McFadden (Visiting Professor) - 2000
  18. [Ec.] Edward C. Prescott (Visiting Professor) - 2004
  19. [Ec.] Gérard Debreu (Visitor) - 1983
  20. [Ec.] Harry Markowitz (Researcher) - 1990
  21. [Ec.] Lawrence R. Klein (Researcher) - 1980
  22. [Ec.] Leonid Hurwicz (Lecturer) - 2007
  23. [Ec.] Tjalling C. Koopmans (Researcher) - 1975
  24. [Ec.] Trygve Haavelmo (Researcher) - 1989
  25. [Li.] Bertrand Russell (Lecturer) - 1950
  26. [Li.] T. S. Eliot[72][73] (Committee on Social Thought) - 1948

Massachusetts Institute of Technology (6th)[edit]

Affiliations Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Temporary academic staff
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, United States United States
Notes: 1) MIT University Count includes Susan Solomon and Wei-min Hao who were working in IPCC which shared the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize as an organization, and Eric Chivian who founded the IPPNW which was awarded the 1985 Nobel Peace Prize as an organization. These three people are thus excluded from this list.

2) Paul Greengard and Richard Thaler are included in the following list but not the University Count.

88 (University Count 89)

[74]

  1. [Ph.] Adam Riess (B.A) - 2011
  2. [Ph.] Burton Richter (B.A, PhD) - 1976
  3. [Ph.] Carl E. Wieman (B.S) - 2001
  4. [Ph.] Eric A. Cornell (PhD) - 2001
  5. [Ph.] George Smoot (B.A, PhD) - 2006
  6. [Ph.] Henry W. Kendall (PhD) - 1990
  7. [Ph.] John Robert Schrieffer (B.A) - 1972
  8. [Ph.] Murray Gell-Mann (PhD) - 1969
  9. [Ph.] Rainer Weiss (B.S., PhD) - 2017
  10. [Ph.] Richard P. Feynman (B.A) - 1965
  11. [Ph.] Robert B. Laughlin (PhD) - 1998
  12. [Ph.] William D. Phillips (PhD) - 1997
  13. [Ph.] William Shockley (PhD) - 1956
  14. [Ch.] Charles J. Pedersen (M.A) - 1987
  15. [Ch.] Elias J. Corey Jr. (B.A, PhD) - 1990
  16. [Ch.] Paul L. Modrich (B.S) - 2015
  17. [Ch.] Robert Burns Woodward (B.A, PhD) - 1965
  18. [Ch.] Robert S. Mulliken (B.S) - 1966
  19. [Ch.] Sidney Altman (B.A) - 1989
  20. [PM] Andrew Fire (PhD) - 2006
  21. [PM] H. Robert Horvitz (B.S) - 2002
  22. [PM] Leland H. Hartwell (PhD) - 2001
  23. [PM] Mario Capecchi (Graduate Attendee) - 2007
  24. [PM] Michael Rosbash (PhD) - 2017
  25. [Ec.] George A. Akerlof (PhD) - 2001
  26. [Ec.] Jean Tirole (PhD) - 2014
  27. [Ec.] Joseph E. Stiglitz (PhD) - 2001
  28. [Ec.] Lawrence R. Klein (PhD) - 1980
  29. [Ec.] Oliver E. Williamson (B.S) - 2009
  30. [Ec.] Paul R. Krugman (PhD) - 2008
  31. [Ec.] Peter A. Diamond (PhD) - 2010
  32. [Ec.] Robert A. Mundell (PhD) - 1999
  33. [Ec.] Robert C. Merton (PhD) - 1997
  34. [Ec.] Robert J. Aumann (PhD) - 2005
  35. [Ec.] Robert Shiller (PhD) - 2013
  36. [Pe.] Kofi Annan (M.S) - 2001
  1. [Ph.] Charles H. Townes (Professor) - 1964*
  2. [Ph.] Clifford Shull (Professor) - 1994*
  3. [Ph.] Frank Wilczek (Professor) - 2004*
  4. [Ph.] Henry W. Kendall (Professor) - 1990
  5. [Ph.] Jerome I. Friedman (Professor) - 1990*
  6. [Ph.] Rainer Weiss (Professor) - 2017*
  7. [Ph.] Samuel C.C. Ting (Professor) - 1976*
  8. [Ph.] Sheldon Lee Glashow (Professor) - 1979
  9. [Ph.] Wolfgang Ketterle (Professor) - 2001*
  10. [Ch.] K. Barry Sharpless (Professor) - 2001
  11. [Ch.] Mario J. Molina (Professor) - 1995*
  12. [Ch.] Richard R. Schrock (Professor) - 2005*
  13. [PM] David Baltimore (Professor) - 1975*
  14. [PM] H. Robert Horvitz (Professor) - 2002*
  15. [PM] Har Gobind Khorana (Professor) - 1968
  16. [PM] Phillip A. Sharp (Professor) - 1993*
  17. [PM] Salvador E. Luria (Professor) - 1969*
  18. [PM] Susumu Tonegawa (Professor) - 1987*
  19. [Ec.] Bengt Holmström (Professor) - 2016*
  20. [Ec.] Daniel L. McFadden (Professor) - 2000
  21. [Ec.] Eric S. Maskin (Professor) - 2007
  22. [Ec.] Franco Modigliani (Professor) - 1985*
  23. [Ec.] Jean Tirole (Professor) - 2014
  24. [Ec.] John Forbes Nash (Professor) - 1994
  25. [Ec.] Myron S. Scholes (Professor) - 1997
  26. [Ec.] Oliver Hart (Professor) - 2016
  27. [Ec.] Paul A. Samuelson (Professor) - 1970*
  28. [Ec.] Paul R. Krugman (Professor) - 2008
  29. [Ec.] Peter A. Diamond (Professor) - 2010*
  30. [Ec.] Robert C. Merton (Professor) - 1997
  31. [Ec.] Robert Engle (Professor) - 2003
  32. [Ec.] Robert M. Solow (Professor) - 1987*
  1. [Ph.] Claude Cohen-Tannoudji (Visiting Professor) - 1997
  2. [Ph.] Daniel C. Tsui (Researcher) - 1998
  3. [Ph.] Edward M. Purcell (Researcher) - 1952
  4. [Ph.] Hans Albrecht Bethe (Researcher) - 1967
  5. [Ph.] Horst L. Störmer (Researcher) - 1998
  6. [Ph.] Jack Steinberger (Researcher) - 1988
  7. [Ph.] Julian Schwinger (Researcher) - 1965
  8. [Ph.] Luis W. Alvarez (Researcher) - 1968
  9. [Ph.] Serge Haroche (Lecturer) - 2012
  10. [Ph.] Steven Weinberg (Visiting Professor) - 1979
  11. [Ch.] Aaron Ciechanover (Postdoctoral Researcher) - 2004
  12. [Ch.] Ada E. Yonath (Postdoctoral Researcher) - 2009
  13. [Ch.] Derek Barton[75] (Visiting Professor) - 1969
  14. [Ch.] Edwin M. McMillan (Researcher) - 1951
  15. [Ch.] Ernst Otto Fischer (Visiting Professor) - 1973
  16. [Ch.] Geoffrey Wilkinson (Researcher) - 1951
  17. [Ch.] Isidor Isaac Rabi (Researcher) - 1944
  18. [Ch.] Thomas R. Cech (Postdoctoral Researcher) - 1989
  19. [PM] E. Donnall Thomas (Postdoctoral Researcher) - 1990
  20. [PM] James E. Rothman (Postdoctoral Researcher) - 2013
  21. [PM] Paul Greengard[76] (Researcher) - 2000
  22. [Ec.] Amartya Sen (Visiting Professor) - 1998
  23. [Ec.] Edmund Phelps (Visiting Professor) - 2006
  24. [Ec.] James Mirrlees (Visiting Professor) - 1996
  25. [Ec.] Lars Peter Hansen[25] (Visiting Professor) - 2013
  26. [Ec.] Richard Thaler (Visiting Professor)[77] - 2017

Stanford University (7th)[edit]

Affiliations Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Temporary academic staff
Stanford University, United States United States
Notes: 1) Affiliates of Stanford Linear Accelerator Center are included in this list.

2) The criteria used in University Count of Stanford is fully described in Stanford's official website.[78]

67 (University Count 49)[78]
  1. [Ph.] Carl E. Wieman (PhD) - 2001
  2. [Ph.] Eric A. Cornell (B.A) - 2001
  3. [Ph.] Richard E. Taylor (PhD) - 1990
  4. [Ch.] Dudley R. Herschbach (B.S, M.S) - 1986
  5. [Ch.] K. Barry Sharpless (PhD) - 2001
  6. [Ch.] Roger D. Kornberg (PhD) - 2006
  7. [Ch.] Paul L. Modrich (PhD) - 2015
  8. [PM] Randy Schekman (PhD) - 2013
  9. [Ec.] Alvin E. Roth (PhD) - 2012
  10. [Ec.] John C. Harsanyi (PhD) - 1994
  11. [Ec.] Oliver Williamson (MBA) - 2009
  12. [Ec.] Bengt R. Holmström (PhD) - 2016
  13. [Li.] John Steinbeck (Undergraduate Attendee) - 1962
  1. [Ph.] Arthur Schawlow (Professor) - 1981*
  2. [Ph.] Burton Richter (Professor) - 1976*
  3. [Ph.] Douglas Osheroff (Professor) - 1996*
  4. [Ph.] Felix Bloch (Professor) - 1952*
  5. [Ph.] Martin Perl (Professor) - 1995*
  6. [Ph.] Melvin Schwartz (Professor) - 1988*
  7. [Ph.] Richard E. Taylor (Professor) - 1990*
  8. [Ph.] Robert Hofstadter (Professor) - 1961*
  9. [Ph.] Robert Laughlin (Professor) - 1998*
  10. [Ph.] Sheldon Glashow (Assistant Professor) - 1979
  11. [Ph.] Steven Chu (Professor) - 1997*
  12. [Ph.] Theodor W. Hänsch (Professor) - 2005
  13. [Ph.] William Shockley (Professor) - 1956
  14. [Ph.] Willis E. Lamb Jr. (Professor) - 1955*
  15. [Ch.] Paul D. Boyer (Professor) - 1997
  16. [Ch.] Brian Kobilka (Professor) - 2012*
  17. [Ch.] Henry Taube (Professor) - 1983*
  18. [Ch.][Pe.] Linus Pauling[79] (Professor) - 1954, 1962
  19. [Ch.] Michael Levitt (Professor) - 2013*
  20. [Ch.] Paul Berg (Professor) - 1980*
  21. [Ch.] Paul Flory (Professor) - 1974*
  22. [Ch.] Roger Kornberg (Professor) - 2006*
  23. [Ch.] William E. Moerner (Professor) - 2014*
  24. [PM] Joshua Lederberg (Professor) - 1958
  25. [PM] Andrew Fire (Professor) - 2006*
  26. [PM] Arthur Kornberg (Professor) - 1959*
  27. [PM] Edward Lawrie Tatum (Professor) - 1958
  28. [PM] Ferid Murad (Professor) - 1998
  29. [PM] George Wells Beadle (Professor) - 1958
  30. [PM] James E. Rothman (Professor) - 2013
  31. [PM] Thomas C. Südhof (Professor) - 2013*
  32. [Ec.] Alvin E. Roth (Professor) - 2012
  33. [Ec.] A. Michael Spence (Professor) - 2001*
  34. [Ec.] Douglass North (Hoover Institution) - 1993
  35. [Ec.] Gary Becker (Hoover Institution) - 1992
  36. [Ec.] Joseph E. Stiglitz (Professor) - 2001
  37. [Ec.] Kenneth J. Arrow (Professor) - 1972
  38. [Ec.] Milton Friedman (Hoover Institution) - 1976
  39. [Ec.] Myron Scholes (Professor) - 1997
  40. [Ec.] Thomas J. Sargent (Professor) - 2011
  41. [Ec.] William F. Sharpe (Professor) - 1990*
  1. [Ph.] Gerd Binnig[80] (Visiting Professor) - 1986
  2. [Ph.] Henry W. Kendall (Researcher) - 1990
  3. [Ph.] Jerome Isaac Friedman (Researcher) - 1990
  4. [Ph.] Kenneth G. Wilson (Visiting Researcher) - 1982
  5. [Ph.] Martinus J.G. Veltman (Researcher) - 1999
  6. [Ph.] Serge Haroche (Postdoctoral Researcher) - 2012
  7. [Ch.] Robert H. Grubbs (Researcher) - 2005
  8. [PM] Paul Lauterbur (Researcher) - 2003
  9. [PM] Michael W. Young (Postdoctoral Researcher) - 2017
  10. [Ec.] Gérard Debreu (Researcher) - 1983
  11. [Ec.] Lars Peter Hansen[25] (Visiting Professor) - 2013
  12. [Ec.] Daniel Kahneman (Visiting Fellow) - 2002
  13. [Ec.] Richard Thaler (Research Fellow)[77] - 2017
  14. [Ec.] Tjalling C. Koopmans (Researcher) - 1975
  15. [Ec.] Vernon L. Smith (Visiting Associate Professor) - 2002
  16. [Li.] J. M. Coetzee[29][30] (Visiting Professor) - 2003

University of Oxford (8th)[edit]

Affiliations Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Temporary academic staff
University of Oxford, United Kingdom United Kingdom
Notes: 1) The University Count of Oxford does not include affiliates who came to Oxford after receiving their Nobel prize.[81]
66 (University Count 52)[81]
  1. [Ph.] Anthony J. Leggett (B.A, PhD) - 2003
  2. [Ph.] John M. Kosterlitz (PhD) - 2016
  3. [Ph.] Martin Ryle (B.A, PhD) - 1974
  4. [Ch.] Alexander Todd (PhD) - 1957
  5. [Ch.] Cyril Norman Hinshelwood (B.A) - 1956
  6. [Ch.] Dorothy Hodgkin (B.A) - 1964
  7. [Ch.] Frederick Soddy (B.A) - 1921
  8. [Ch.] John Cornforth (PhD) - 1975
  9. [Ch.] John E. Walker (B.A, PhD) - 1997
  10. [PM] Baruch S. Blumberg (PhD) - 1976
  11. [PM] Howard Walter Florey (B.A, M.A) - 1945
  12. [PM] John Carew Eccles (PhD) - 1963
  13. [PM] John Gurdon (B.A, PhD) - 2012
  14. [PM] John Vane (PhD) - 1982
  15. [PM] Oliver Smithies (B.A, PhD) - 2007
  16. [PM] Peter Medawar (B.A) - 1960
  17. [PM] Sydney Brenner (PhD) - 2002
  18. [Ec.] James Meade (B.A) - 1977
  19. [Ec.] John Hicks (B.A) - 1972
  20. [Ec.] Michael Spence (B.A) - 2001
  21. [Pe.] Aung San Suu Kyi (B.A) - 1991
  22. [Pe.] Cecil of Chelwood (M.A) - 1937
  23. [Pe.] Lester B. Pearson (B.A, M.A) - 1957
  24. [Pe.] Malala Yousafzai (Attending) - 2014
  25. [Li.] John Galsworthy (B.A) - 1932
  26. [Li.] T. S. Eliot (Graduate Attendee) - 1948
  27. [Li.] V. S. Naipaul (B.A) - 2001
  28. [Li.] William Golding (B.A) - 1983
  1. [Ph.] Willis E. Lamb[82] (Professor) - 1955
  2. [Ch.] Robert Robinson (Professor) - 1947*
  3. [PM] Charles Sherrington (Professor) - 1932*
  4. [PM] Nikolaas Tinbergen (Professor) - 1973*
  5. [PM] Paul Nurse (Professor) - 2001
  6. [PM] Rodney Porter (Professor) - 1972*
  7. [Ec.] Amartya Sen (Professor) - 1998
  8. [Ec.] James Mirrlees (Professor) - 1996
  9. [Ec.] Joseph Stiglitz (Professor) - 2001
  10. [Ec.] Lawrence Klein (Professor) - 1980
  11. [Pe.] José Ramos-Horta (Senior Associate Member) - 1996
  12. [Li.] Seamus Heaney (Professor) - 1995
  1. [Ph.] Albert Einstein[83][84] (Visitor) - 1921
  2. [Ph.] Arthur Compton[85][86] (Visiting Professor) - 1927
  3. [Ph.] Erwin Schrödinger (Researcher)
  4. [Ph.] Frank Wilczek[87] (Visiting Professor) - 2004
  5. [Ph.] John H. van Vleck (Visiting Professor) - 1977
  6. [Ph.] Klaus von Klitzing (Researcher) - 1985
  7. [Ph.] Norman Ramsey (Visiting Professor) - 1989
  8. [Ph.] Philip Warren Anderson[88] (Visiting Professor) - 1977
  9. [Ph.] William D. Phillips[86](Visiting Professor) - 1997
  10. [Ch.] Ahmed Zewail (Visitor) - 1999
  11. [Ch.] Harold Urey[86][89] (Visiting Professor) - 1934
  12. [Ch.] Linus Pauling[Note 1][79] (Visiting Professor) - 1954, 1962
  13. [Ch.] Melvin Calvin[86] (Visiting Professor) - 1961
  14. [Ch.] Paul Crutzen (Postdoctoral Researcher) - 1995
  15. [Ch.] Robert H. Grubbs (Visitor) - 2005
  16. [Ch.] Martin Karplus (Postdoctoral researcher) - 2013
  17. [Ch.] Robert Mulliken (Visitor) - 1966
  18. [Ch.] Rudolph A. Marcus (Visiting Professor) - 1992
  19. [Ch.] Stefan Hell[90] (Visitor) - 2014
  20. [PM] Ernest Chain (Lecturer) - 1945
  21. [PM] George Wells Beadle (Visiting Professor) - 1958
  22. [PM] John Gurdon (Postdoctoral Researcher) - 2012
  23. [PM] Severo Ochoa (Researcher) - 1959
  24. [PM] Ragnar Granit (Researcher) - 1967
  25. [Ec.] Paul Krugman[91] (Visiting Professor) - 2008
  26. [Ec.] Robert Solow (Visiting Professor) - 1987

California Institute of Technology (9th)[edit]

Affiliations Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Temporary academic staff
California Institute of Technology, United States United States
Notes: 1) The University Count of Caltech does not include temporary academic staff.

2) The nature of "Sherman Fairchild Distinguished Visiting Scholar" is controversial even among the Nobel laureates themselves.[92] Some laureates (Nicolaas Bloembergen,[93] Yuan T. Lee,[94] John Polanyi[95]) specifically list this scholarship as award/honor in their Curriculum Vita or official websites, while other laureates classify the scholarship as visiting employment/appointment (Dudley R. Herschbach[96] being ambiguous). Thus, the former are excluded from the list.

65 (University Count 37)[97]
  1. [Ph.] Arthur B. McDonald (PhD) - 2015
  2. [Ph.] Carl D. Anderson (B.S., PhD) - 1936
  3. [Ph.] Charles H. Townes (PhD) - 1964
  4. [Ph.] Donald A. Glaser (PhD) - 1960
  5. [Ph.] Douglas D. Osheroff (B.S.) - 1996
  6. [Ph.] Kenneth G. Wilson (PhD) - 1982
  7. [Ph.] Kip Thorne (B.S.) - 2017
  8. [Ph.] Leo James Rainwater (B.S) - 1975
  9. [Ph.] Robert Woodrow Wilson (PhD) - 1978
  10. [Ph.] William A. Fowler (PhD) - 1983
  11. [Ph.] William Shockley (B.S) - 1956
  12. [Ch.] Eric Betzig (B.S) - 2014
  13. [Ch.] Edwin Mattison McMillan (B.S, M.S) - 1951
  14. [Ch.][Pe.] Linus Pauling[79] (PhD) - 1954, 1962
  15. [Ch.] Martin Karplus (PhD) - 2013
  16. [Ch.] William Lipscomb (PhD) - 1976
  17. [PM] Edward B. Lewis (PhD) - 1995
  18. [PM] Howard M. Temin (PhD) - 1975
  19. [PM] Leland H. Hartwell (B.S) - 2001
  20. [PM] Michael Rosbash (B.S) - 2017
  21. [Ec.] Robert C. Merton (M.S) - 1997
  22. [Ec.] Vernon L. Smith (B.S) - 2002
  1. [Ph.] Barry Barish (Professor) - 2017*
  2. [Ph.] Carl D. Anderson (Professor) - 1936*
  3. [Ph.] H. David Politzer (Professor) - 2004*
  4. [Ph.] Kip Thorne (Professor) - 2017*
  5. [Ph.] Murray Gell-Mann (Professor) - 1969*
  6. [Ph.] Richard P. Feynman (Professor) - 1965*
  7. [Ph.] Robert A. Millikan (Professor) - 1923*
  8. [Ph.] Rudolf Mössbauer (Professor) - 1961*
  9. [Ph.] William A. Fowler (Professor) - 1983*
  10. [Ch.] Ahmed Zewail (Professor) - 1999*
  11. [Ch.][Pe.] Linus Pauling[79] (Professor) - 1954*, 1962*
  12. [Ch.] Robert H. Grubbs (Professor) - 2005*
  13. [Ch.] Rudolph Marcus (Professor) - 1992*
  14. [PM] David Baltimore (Professor) - 1975
  15. [PM] Edward B. Lewis (Professor) - 1995*
  16. [PM] George Wells Beadle (Professor) - 1958*
  17. [PM] Max Delbrück (Professor) - 1969*
  18. [PM] Renato Dulbecco (Professor) - 1975
  19. [PM] Roger W. Sperry (Professor) - 1981*
  20. [PM] Thomas Hunt Morgan (Professor) - 1933*
  1. [Ph.] Albert A. Michelson[98] (Visiting Professor) - 1907
  2. [Ph.] Albert Einstein[99] (Visiting Professor) - 1921
  3. [Ph.] C. V. Raman[100] (Visiting Professor) - 1930
  4. [Ph.] Erwin Schrödinger[99] (Visiting Scholar) - 1933
  5. [Ph.] Gerard 't Hooft[101] (Fairchild Visiting Scholar) - 1999
  6. [Ph.] Hans Bethe (Visiting Professor) - 1967
  7. [Ph.] Hendrik Lorentz[99] (Visiting Scholar) - 1902
  8. [Ph.] Kip Thorne (Research Fellow) - 2017
  9. [Ph.] Masatoshi Koshiba[102] (Fairchild Visiting Scholar) - 2002
  10. [Ph.] Max Born[103] (Visiting Scholar) - 1954
  11. [Ph.] Nicolaas Bloembergen[104] (Visiting Scholar) - 1981
  12. [Ph.] Niels Bohr[99] (Visiting Scholar) - 1922
  13. [Ph.] Paul Dirac[99] (Visiting Scholar) - 1933
  14. [Ph.] Roy J. Glauber[105] (Lecturer) - 2005
  15. [Ph.] Sheldon L. Glashow (Research Fellow) - 1979
  16. [Ph.] Werner Heisenberg[99] (Visiting Scholar) - 1932
  17. [Ch.] Dudley R. Herschbach[96] (Fairchild Visiting Scholar) - 1986
  18. [Ch.] Gerhard Ertl (Visiting Professor) - 2007
  19. [Ch.] Joachim Frank (Postdoctoral Researcher) - 2017
  20. [Ch.] Karl Barry Sharpless[106] (Fairchild Visiting Scholar) - 2001
  21. [Ch.] Kurt Wüthrich[107] (Fairchild Visiting Scholar) - 2002
  22. [PM] Barbara McClintock (Postdoctoral Researcher) - 1983
  23. [PM] Daniel C. Gajdusek (Postdoctoral Researcher) - 1976
  24. [PM] Jacques Monod (Researcher) - 1965
  25. [PM] James Watson (Research Fellow) - 1962
  26. [PM] Jeffrey C. Hall (Postdoctoral Researcher) - 2017
  27. [PM] John Gurdon (Postdoctoral Researcher) - 2012
  28. [PM] Phillip Allen Sharp (Postdoctoral Researcher) - 1993
  29. [PM] Robert Edwards (Postdoctoral Researcher) - 2010
  30. [PM] Robert W. Holley (Researcher) - 1968
  31. [Ec.] Daniel McFadden[108] (Fairchild Visiting Scholar) - 2000

Yale University (10th)[edit]

Affiliations Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Temporary academic staff
Yale University, United States United States
Notes: 1) Affiliates of Cowles Foundation after 1955 are included in this list (when the Foundation moved to Yale);

2) The University Count merely counts winners from 1934 to 2006.[109]

58 (University Count 25)[110]
  1. [Ph.] David Lee (PhD) - 1996
  2. [Ph.] Ernest O. Lawrence (PhD) - 1939
  3. [Ph.] Murray Gell-Mann (B.S) - 1969
  4. [Ph.] Raymond Davis (PhD) - 2002
  5. [Ch.] Brian Kobilka (M.D) - 2012
  6. [Ch.] John B. Fenn (PhD) - 2002
  7. [Ch.] Lars Onsager (PhD) - 1968
  8. [PM] Alfred G. Gilman (B.A) - 1994
  9. [PM] Dickinson W. Richards (B.A) - 1956
  10. [PM] Eric F. Wieschaus (PhD) - 1995
  11. [PM] George Hoyt Whipple (B.A) - 1934
  12. [PM] James Rothman (B.A) - 2013
  13. [PM] John F. Enders (B.A) - 1954
  14. [PM] Joshua Lederberg (PhD) - 1958
  15. [Ec.] Edmund Phelps (PhD) - 2006
  16. [Ec.] George Akerlof (B.A) - 2001
  17. [Ec.] Paul R. Krugman (B.A) - 2008
  18. [Ec.] Peter A. Diamond (B.A) - 2010
  19. [Ec.] William Vickrey (B.S) - 1996
  20. [Li.] Sinclair Lewis (B.A) - 1930
  1. [Ph.] David J. Thouless (Professor) - 2016
  2. [Ph.] Serge Haroche[16] (Professor) - 2012
  3. [Ph.] Willis E. Lamb (Professor) - 1955
  4. [Ch.] Irwin Rose (Professor) - 2004
  5. [Ch.] John B. Fenn (Professor) - 2002
  6. [Ch.] Lars Onsager (Professor) - 1968*
  7. [Ch.] Sidney Altman (Professor) - 1989*
  8. [Ch.] Thomas A. Steitz (Professor) - 2009*
  9. [PM] Edward Lawrie Tatum (Professor) - 1958
  10. [PM] George Palade (Professor) - 1974*
  11. [PM] James Rothman (Professor) - 2013*
  12. [PM] John Vane (Assistant Professor) - 1982
  13. [PM] Max Theiler (Professor) - 1951
  14. [PM] Paul Greengard (Professor) - 2000
  15. [Ec.] Bengt Holmstrom (Professor) - 2016
  16. [Ec.] Christopher Sims (Professor) - 2011
  17. [Ec.] Gérard Debreu (Associate Professor) - 1983
  18. [Ec.] James Tobin (Professor) - 1981*
  19. [Ec.] Joseph Stiglitz (Professor) - 2001
  20. [Ec.] Oliver E. Williamson (Professor) - 2009
  21. [Ec.] Paul R. Krugman (Assistant Professor) - 2008
  22. [Ec.] Robert Shiller (Professor) - 2013*
  23. [Ec.] Thomas Schelling (Professor) - 2005
  24. [Ec.] Tjalling Koopmans (Professor) - 1975*
  25. [Li.] Toni Morrison (Professor) - 1993[111]
  1. [Ph.] Charles K. Kao (Adjunct Professor) 2009
  2. [Ch.] Aziz Sancar (Researcher) - 2015
  3. [Ch.] Richard Henderson (Postdoc) - 2017
  4. [Ch.] Venkatraman Ramakrishnan (Postdoctoral Researcher) - 2009
  5. [PM] Elizabeth Blackburn (Postdoctoral Researcher) - 2009
  6. [PM] Erwin Neher (Postdoctoral Researcher) - 1991
  7. [Ec.] Daniel L. McFadden (Visiting Professor) - 2000
  8. [Ec.] Harry M. Markowitz (Researcher) - 1990
  9. [Ec.] James Heckman (Visiting Professor) - 2000
  10. [Ec.] James A. Mirrlees (Visiting Professor) - 1996[112]
  11. [Ec.] John Harsanyi (Visiting Fellow) - 1994
  12. [Ec.] Robert J. Aumann (Visiting Professor) - 2005
  13. [Ec.] Vernon L. Smith (Visiting Fellow) - 2002[113]
  14. [Pe.] Elie Wiesel (Visiting Fellow) - 1986[114]
  15. [Pe.] Philip Noel-Baker (Lecturer) - 1959
  16. [Pe.] Wangari Maathai (Visiting Fellow) - 2004
  17. [Li.] Wole Soyinka (Visiting Professor) - 1986[115]

Cornell University (11th)[edit]

Affiliations Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Temporary academic staff
Cornell University, United States United States
Notes: 1) The University Count of Cornell does not include temporary academic staff (Fritz Lipmann being an exception). In particular, the University Count includes A.D White Professor-at-Large (10 in total) as full members of the Cornell faculty, contrary to the following list.[116]
57 (University Count 47)[117]
  1. [Ph.] David J. Thouless (PhD) - 2016
  2. [Ph.] Douglas D. Osheroff (PhD) - 1996
  3. [Ph.] Isidor Isaac Rabi (B.S) - 1944
  4. [Ph.] Sheldon Lee Glashow (B.A) - 1979
  5. [Ph.] Steven Weinberg (B.A) - 1979
  6. [Ch.] Eric Betzig (PhD) - 2014
  7. [Ch.] William Moerner (PhD) - 2014
  8. [PM] Barbara McClintock (B.A, PhD) - 1983
  9. [PM] George Wells Beadle (PhD) - 1958
  10. [PM] Hermann J. Muller (Graduate Attendee) - 1946
  11. [PM] Jack W. Szostak (PhD) - 2009
  12. [PM] Robert W. Holley (PhD) - 1968
  13. [Ec.] Robert F. Engle (PhD) - 2003
  14. [Ec.] Robert Fogel (B.A) - 1993
  15. [Li.] Pearl S. Buck (M.A) - 1938
  16. [Li.] Toni Morrison (M.A) - 1993
  17. [Pe.] John R. Mott (B.S) - 1946
  1. [Ph.] David Lee (Professor) - 1996*
  2. [Ph.] François Englert (Assistant Professor) - 2013
  3. [Ph.] Hannes Alfvén (Professor) - 1970
  4. [Ph.] Hans Albrecht Bethe (Professor) - 1967*
  5. [Ph.] Kenneth G. Wilson (Professor) - 1982
  6. [Ph.] Richard P. Feynman (Professor) - 1965
  7. [Ph.] Robert Coleman Richardson (Professor) - 1996*
  8. [Ch.] Henry Taube (Assistant Professor) - 1983
  9. [Ch.] James B. Sumner (Professor) - 1946*
  10. [Ch.] Paul Flory (Professor) - 1974
  11. [Ch.] Peter Debye (Professor) - 1936
  12. [Ch.] Roald Hoffmann (Professor) - 1981*
  13. [Ch.] Vincent du Vigneaud (Professor) - 1955*
  14. [PM] Haldan Keffer Hartline (Associate Professor) - 1967
  15. [PM] Harold E. Varmus (Professor) - 1989
  16. [PM] Herbert Spencer Gasser (Professor) - 1944
  17. [PM] Robert F. Furchgott (Assistant Professor) - 1998
  18. [PM] Robert W. Holley (Professor) - 1968*
  19. [Ec.] Richard Thaler (Professor) - 2017
  20. [Li.] Wole Soyinka (Professor) - 1986
  1. [Ph.] Anthony J. Leggett (Visiting Professor) - 2002
  2. [Ph.] Brian D. Josephson (Research Fellow) - 1946
  3. [Ph.] George Thomson (Lecturer) - 1937
  4. [Ph.] John M. Kosterlitz (Postdoctoral Researcher) - 2016
  5. [Ph.] John Robert Schrieffer (A.D White Professor-at-Large) - 1972
  6. [Ph.] Kip S. Thorne (A.D White Professor-at-Large) - 2017
  7. [Ph.] Pierre-Gilles de Gennes[118] (A.D White Professor-at-Large) - 1991
  8. [Ph.] Russell Hulse (Researcher) - 1993
  9. [Ch.] Gerhard Herzberg (Lecturer) - 1971
  10. [Ch.] Joachim Frank (Postdoctoral Researcher) - 2017
  11. [Ch.][Pe.] Linus Pauling[79] (Lecturer) - 1954, 1962
  12. [Ch.] Manfred Eigen (A.D White Professor-at-Large) - 1967
  13. [Ch.] Otto Hahn (Lecturer) - 1944
  14. [Ch.] Richard R. Ernst (A.D White Professor-at-Large) - 1991
  15. [PM] Fritz Lipmann (Research Associate) - 1953
  16. [PM] Har Gobind Khorana (A.D White Professor-at-Large) - 1968
  17. [PM] Paul Greengard (A.D White Professor-at-Large) - 2000
  18. [PM] Peter Medawar (A.D White Professor-at-Large) - 1960
  19. [Ec.] Amartya Sen (A.D White Professor-at-Large) - 1998
  20. [Pe.] Norman Borlaug (A.D White Professor-at-Large) - 1970
  21. [Li.] Octavio Paz (A.D White Professor-at-Large) - 1990

University of Paris (12th)[edit]

Affiliations Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Temporary academic staff
University of Paris, France France
Notes: 1) This count includes affiliations with the successor Universities Paris I-XIII.
48
  1. [Ph.] Albert Fert (PhD) - 2007
  2. [Ph.] Alfred Kastler (DSc) - 1966
  3. [Ph.] Claude Cohen-Tannoudji (DSc) - 1997
  4. [Ph.] Gabriel Lippmann (DSc) - 1908
  5. [Ph.] Georges Charpak (DSc) - 1992
  6. [Ph.] Henri Becquerel (DSc) - 1903
  7. [Ph.] Jean Perrin (DSc) - 1926
  8. [Ph.] Louis Néel (MSc) - 1970
  9. [Ph.] Louis de Broglie (DSc) - 1929
  10. [Ph.] [Ch.] Marie Curie[119] (DSc) - 1903, 1911
  11. [Ph.] Pierre Curie (DSc) - 1903
  12. [Ph.] Pierre-Gilles de Gennes (DSc) - 1991
  13. [Ph.] Serge Haroche (PhD, DSc) - 2012
  14. [Ch.] Frédéric Joliot-Curie (DSc) - 1935
  15. [Ch.] Gerhard Ertl (Undergraduate Attendee) - 2007
  16. [Ch.] Henri Moissan (DSc) - 1906
  17. [Ch.] Irène Joliot-Curie (DSc) - 1935
  18. [Ch.] Jacobus Henricus van 't Hoff (Graduate Attendee) - 1901
  19. [Ch.] Paul Sabatier (DSc) - 1912
  20. [PM] André Frédéric Cournand (M.D) - 1956
  21. [PM] André Lwoff (M.D, DSc) - 1965
  22. [PM] Charles Nicolle (M.D) - 1928
  23. [PM] Charles Richet (M.D, DSc) - 1913
  24. [PM] François Jacob (M.D) - 1965
  25. [PM] Françoise Barré-Sinoussi (PhD) - 2008
  26. [PM] Jacques Monod (DSc) - 1965
  27. [PM] Jean Dausset (MD) - 1980
  28. [PM] Luc Montagnier (MD) - 2008
  29. [Ec.] Gérard Debreu (DSc) - 1983
  30. [Ec.] Maurice Allais (D.Eng.) - 1988
  31. [Ec.] Jean Tirole (PhD Paris IX) - 2014
  32. [Pe.] Albert Schweitzer (PhD) - 1952
  33. [Pe.] Charles Albert Gobat (Undergraduate Attendee) - 1902
  34. [Pe.] Ferdinand Buisson (DLitt) - 1927
  35. [Pe.] Frédéric Passy (LLB) - 1901
  36. [Pe.] Léon Bourgeois (DCL) - 1920
  37. [Pe.] Léon Jouhaux (Undergraduate Attendee) - 1951
  38. [Pe.] Louis Renault (DCL) - 1907
  39. [Pe.] Paul-Henri-Benjamin d'Estournelles de Constant (LLB) - 1909
  40. [Pe.] René Cassin (DCL) - 1968
  41. [Li.] Giorgos Seferis (LLB) - 1963
  42. [Li.] Henri Bergson (B.A) - 1927
  43. [Li.] Jean-Paul Sartre (B.A) (refused the Prize) - 1964
  44. [Li.] Romain Rolland (D Litt) - 1915
  1. [Ph.] George Smoot (Professor) - 2006
  2. [Ph.] Albert Fert (Professor) - 2007*
  3. [Ph.] Gabriel Lippmann (Professor) - 1908*
  4. [Ph.] Jean Perrin (Professor) - 1926*
  5. [Ph.] Louis de Broglie (Professor) - 1929*
  6. [Ph.][Ch.] Marie Curie[119] (Professor) - 1903*, 1911*
  7. [Ch.] Henri Moissan (Professor) - 1906*
  8. [Ch.] Irène Joliot-Curie (Professor) - 1935*
  9. [PM] Charles Richet (Professor) - 1913*
  10. [PM] Jean Dausset (Professor) - 1980*
  11. [Pe.] Louis Renault (Professor) - 1907*
  1. [Ph.] Alfred Kastler (Researcher) - 1966
  2. [PM] Jules Bordet (Researcher) - 1919
  3. [PM] Roger Guillemin (Researcher) - 1977
  4. [Li.] T.S. Eliot[120] (Visitor) - 1948

Georg August University of Göttingen (13th, Tie)[edit]

Affiliations Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Temporary academic staff
Georg August University of Göttingen, Germany Germany
Notes: 1) The affiliations of several laureates in the University Count are actually affiliations with the city of Göttingen instead of with the university.

2) Members of Göttingen Academy of Sciences and Humanities are not included in the list, for the organization has no affiliation with the university. [121]

43 (University Count 44)[122]
  1. [Ph.] Enrico Fermi (Attendee) - 1938
  2. [Ph.] Gustav Ludwig Hertz (Undergraduate Attendee) - 1925
  3. [Ph.] Hans G. Dehmelt (PhD) - 1989
  4. [Ph.] Herbert Kroemer (PhD) - 2000
  5. [Ph.] Maria Goeppert-Mayer (B.A, PhD) - 1963
  6. [Ph.] Max von Laue (Undergraduate Attendee) - 1914
  7. [Ph.] Werner Heisenberg (B.A) - 1932
  8. [Ph.] Wilhelm Wien (Undergraduate Attendee) - 1911
  9. [Ch.] Adolf Butenandt (PhD) - 1939
  10. [Ch.] Irving Langmuir (PhD) - 1932
  11. [Ch.] Manfred Eigen (PhD) - 1967
  12. [Ch.] Otto Wallach (PhD) - 1910
  13. [Ch.] Walter Haworth (PhD) - 1937
  14. [PM] Bert Sakmann (M.D) - 1991
  15. [PM] Élie Metchnikoff (Graduate Attendee) - 1908
  16. [PM] Max Delbrück (PhD) - 1969
  17. [PM] Robert Koch (B.A) - 1905
  18. [PM] Thomas C. Südhof (PhD) - 2013
  19. [Pe.] Ludwig Quidde (PhD) - 1927
  20. [Li.] Rudolf Eucken (PhD) - 1908
  1. [Ph.] James Franck (Professor) - 1925*
  2. [Ph.] Max Born (Professor) - 1954
  3. [Ch.] Adolf Windaus (Professor) - 1928*
  4. [Ch.] Otto Wallach (Professor) - 1910*
  5. [Ch.] Peter Debye (Professor) - 1936
  6. [Ch.] Richard Adolf Zsigmondy (Professor) - 1925
  7. [Ch.] Stefan Hell (Professor) - 2014
  8. [Ch.] Walther Nernst (Professor) - 1920
  9. [PM] Bert Sakmann (Professor) - 1991
  10. [PM] Erwin Neher (Professor) - 1991
  1. [Ph.] Enrico Fermi (Researcher) - 1938
  2. [Ph.] Eugene P. Wigner (Researcher) - 1963
  3. [Ph.] Johannes Stark (Lecturer) - 1919
  4. [Ph.] Niels Bohr (Visitor) - 1922
  5. [Ph.] Patrick Blackett (Visitor) - 1948
  6. [Ph.] Paul Dirac (Researcher) - 1933
  7. [Ph.] Robert A. Millikan (Researcher) - 1923
  8. [Ph.] Wolfgang Paul (Lecturer) - 1989
  9. [Ph.] Wolfgang Pauli (Researcher) - 1945
  10. [Ch.] Dudley R. Herschbach[96] (Visiting Professor) - 1986
  11. [Ch.] Gerhard Herzberg (Postdoctoral Researcher) - 1971
  12. [Ch.] Thomas A. Steitz (Researcher) - 2009
  13. [Ch.] Theodore William Richards (Postdoctoral Researcher) - 1914
  14. [PM] Carol Greider (Attendee) - 2009
  15. [PM] Hans Krebs (Attendee) - 1953
  16. [PM] Paul Ehrlich (Visitor as Honorary Professor) - 1908

Princeton University (13th, Tie)[edit]

Affiliations Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Temporary academic staff
Princeton University, United States United States
43 (University Count 38)[123]
  1. [Ph.] Arthur H. Compton[123] (PhD) - 1927
  2. [Ph.] Clinton Davisson[123] (PhD) - 1937
  3. [Ph.] Frank Wilczek[123] (PhD) - 2004
  4. [Ph.] John Bardeen (PhD) - 1956, 1972
  5. [Ph.] Kip Thorne[123] (PhD) - 2017
  6. [Ph.] Richard P. Feynman[123] (PhD) - 1965
  7. [Ph.] Robert Hofstadter[123] (PhD) - 1961
  8. [Ph.] Steven Weinberg[123] (PhD) - 1979
  9. [Ch.] Edwin M. McMillan (PhD) - 1951
  10. [Ch.] Richard E. Smalley (PhD) - 1996
  11. [Ec.] A. Michael Spence (B.A) - 2001
  12. [Ec.] Gary S. Becker (B.A) - 1992
  13. [Ec.] James J. Heckman (PhD) - 2000
  14. [Ec.] John Forbes Nash[124] (PhD) - 1994
  15. [Ec.] Lloyd Shapley (PhD) - 2012
  16. [Ec.] Oliver Hart (PhD) - 2016
  17. [Pe.] Woodrow Wilson (B.A) - 1919
  18. [Li.] Eugene O'Neill (Undergraduate Attendee) - 1936
  1. [Ph.] Arthur B. McDonald (Professor) - 2015
  2. [Ph.] Daniel C. Tsui[123] (Professor) - 1998*
  3. [Ph.] David Gross (Professor) - 2004
  4. [Ph.] Duncan Haldane (Professor) - 2016*
  5. [Ph.] Eugene P. Wigner (Professor) - 1963*
  6. [Ph.] James W. Cronin (Professor) - 1980
  7. [Ph.] Joseph H. Taylor (Professor) - 1993*
  8. [Ph.] Philip W. Anderson (Professor) - 1977
  9. [Ph.] Russell Hulse (Professor) - 1993*
  10. [Ph.] Val L. Fitch (Professor) - 1980*
  11. [PM] Eric F. Wieschaus (Professor) - 1995
  12. [PM] James E. Rothman (Professor) - 2013
  13. [Ec.] Angus Deaton (Professor) - 2015*
  14. [Ec.] Christopher Sims (Professor) - 2011*
  15. [Ec.] Daniel Kahneman (Professor) - 2002*
  16. [Ec.] John Forbes Nash (Professor) - 1994*
  17. [Ec.] Paul R. Krugman (Professor) - 2008*
  18. [Ec.] Sir William Arthur Lewis (Professor) - 1979*
  19. [Pe.] Woodrow Wilson[125] (Professor) - 1919
  20. [Li.] Toni Morrison (Professor) - 1993
  1. [Ph.] Arno A. Penzias (Visiting Professor) - 1978
  2. [Ph.] Kip Thorne (Postdoctoral Researcher) - 2017
  3. [Ph.] Rainer Weiss (Postdoctoral Researcher) - 2017
  4. [Ch.] Osamu Shimomura (Researcher) - 2008
  5. [Ch.] Tomas Lindahl (Postdoctoral Researcher) - 2015
  6. [Ec.] Eric S. Maskin (Visiting Professor) - 2007
  7. [Ec.] Thomas J. Sargent (Visiting Professor) - 2011
  8. [Li.] Mario Vargas Llosa (Visiting Professor) - 2010

Humboldt University Berlin (15th)[edit]

Affiliations Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Temporary academic staff
Humboldt University Berlin, Germany Germany
41 (University Count 29)[126]
  1. [Ph.] Albert Michelson (Graduate Attendee) - 1907
  2. [Ph.] Gustav Ludwig Hertz (PhD) - 1925
  3. [Ph.] James Franck (PhD) - 1925
  4. [Ph.] Karl Ferdinand Braun (PhD) - 1909
  5. [Ph.] Max Planck (Graduate Attendee) - 1918
  6. [Ph.] Max von Laue (PhD) - 1914
  7. [Ph.] Walther Bothe (PhD) - 1954
  8. [Ph.] Wilhelm Wien (PhD) - 1911
  9. [Ch.] Adolf Windaus (Undergraduate Attendee) - 1928
  10. [Ch.] Adolf von Baeyer (PhD) - 1905
  11. [Ch.] Fritz Haber (PhD) - 1918
  12. [Ch.] Hans von Euler-Chelpin (PhD) - 1929
  13. [Ch.] Kurt Alder (Undergraduate Attendee) - 1950
  14. [Ch.] Otto Diels (B.A) - 1950
  15. [Ch.] Otto Wallach (Undergraduate Attendee) - 1910
  16. [Ch.] Walther Nernst (Undergraudate Attendee) - 1920
  17. [PM] Bert Sakmann (Graduate Attendee) - 1991
  18. [PM] Ernst Boris Chain (B.S) - 1945
  19. [PM] Fritz Lipmann (B.A) - 1953
  20. [PM] Hans Krebs (Graduate Attendee) - 1953
  21. [PM] Otto Heinrich Warburg (PhD) - 1931
  22. [Ec.] Wassily Leontief[127] (PhD) - 1973
  23. [Li.] Paul Heyse (Undergraduate Attendee) - 1910
  1. [Ph.] Albert Einstein (Professor) - 1921
  2. [Ph.] Erwin Schrödinger (Professor) - 1933*
  3. [Ph.] James Franck[128] (Associate Professor) - 1925
  4. [Ph.] Max Born (Professor) - 1954
  5. [Ph.] Max Planck (Professor) - 1918*
  6. [Ph.] Max von Laue (Professor) - 1914
  7. [Ph.] Walther Bothe (Professor) - 1954
  8. [Ph.] Werner Heisenberg (Professor) - 1932
  9. [Ch.] Adolf Butenandt (Professor) - 1939*
  10. [Ch.] Gerhard Ertl (Professor) - 2007
  11. [Ch.] Hermann Emil Fischer (Professor) - 1902*
  12. [Ch.] Jacobus Henricus van 't Hoff (Professor) - 1901*
  13. [Ch.] Otto Diels (Professor) - 1950
  14. [Ch.] Otto Hahn (Professor) - 1944
  15. [Ch.] Peter Debye (Professor) - 1936*
  16. [Ch.] Richard Willstätter (Professor) - 1915
  17. [PM] Albrecht Kossel (Professor) - 1910*
  18. [PM] Paul Ehrlich (Lecturer) - 1908
  19. [PM] Robert Koch (Professor) - 1905
  20. [Li.] Theodor Mommsen (Professor) - 1902
  1. [Ch.] Eduard Buchner (Researcher) - 1907
  2. [Ch.] Richard Adolf Zsigmondy (Researcher) - 1925
  3. [PM] Emil Adolf von Behring[129] (Researcher) - 1901

University of Copenhagen (16th)[edit]

Affiliations Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Temporary academic staff
University of Copenhagen, Denmark Denmark
Notes: 1) Affiliates with Niels Bohr Institute (Copenhagen Institute for Theoretical Physics) are included in this list.
37 (University Count 9)[130]
  1. [Ph.] Aage Bohr (M.A) - 1975
  2. [Ph.] Niels Bohr (PhD) - 1922
  3. [Ph.] Steven Weinberg (Graduate Attendee) - 1979
  4. [Ph.] Subramanyan Chandrasekhar (Graduate Attendee) - 1983
  5. [Ch.] Jens Christian Schou (PhD) - 1997
  6. [PM] August Krogh (B.A) - 1920
  7. [PM] Johannes Fibiger (PhD) - 1926
  8. [PM] Niels Ryberg Finsen (M.D) - 1903
  9. [PM] Niels Kaj Jerne (M.D) - 1984
  10. [Li.] Johannes Vilhelm Jensen (Undergraduate Attendee) - 1944
  11. [Li.] Karl Adolph Gjellerup (Undergraduate Attendee) - 1917
  1. [Ph.] Aage Bohr (Professor) - 1975*
  2. [Ph.] Ben Roy Mottelson (Professor) - 1975
  3. [Ph.] Niels Bohr[11] (Professor) - 1922*
  4. [Ch.] George de Hevesy (Professor) - 1943
  5. [PM] August Krogh[11] (Professor) - 1920*
  6. [PM] Henrik Dam (Professor) - 1943
  7. [PM] Johannes Fibiger[11] (Professor) - 1926
  8. [Ec.] Bertil Ohlin (Professor) - 1977
  1. [Ph.] Andre Geim (Reseracher) - 2010
  2. [Ph.] Donald A. Glaser (Visitor) - 1960
  3. [Ph.] Felix Bloch (Researcher) - 1952
  4. [Ph.] Hans Bethe (Visitor) - 1967
  5. [Ph.] Isidor Isaac Rabi (Researcher) - 1944
  6. [Ph.] James Franck (Researcher) - 1925
  7. [Ph.] Lev Landau (Visitor) - 1962
  8. [Ph.] Paul A.M. Dirac (Researcher) - 1933
  9. [Ph.] Robert Schrieffer (Researcher) - 1972
  10. [Ph.] Sheldon Glashow (Visitor) - 1979
  11. [Ph.] Sir Nevill F. Mott (Visitor) - 1977
  12. [Ph.] Werner Heisenberg (Lecturer) - 1932
  13. [Ph.] Wolfgang Pauli (Researcher) - 1945
  14. [Ch.] Geoffrey Wilkinson (Visitor) - 1973
  15. [Ch.] Harold C. Urey (Researcher) - 1934
  16. [Ch.][Pe.] Linus Pauling (Visitor) - 1954
  17. [Ch.] Paul Berg (Researhcer) - 1980
  18. [Ch.] Walter Kohn (Postdoctoral Researcher) - 1998
  19. [PM] Edward B. Lewis (Visiting Professor) - 1995
  20. [PM] James D. Watson (Researcher) - 1962
  21. [PM] Max Delbrück (Researhcer) - 1969
  22. [PM] Niels Ryberg Finsen (Prosector) - 1903
  23. [Ec.] Lawrence Klein (Visiting Professor) - 1980

Johns Hopkins University (17th, Tie)[edit]

Affiliations Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Temporary academic staff
Johns Hopkins University, United States United States
36 (University Count 27)[131]
  1. [Ch.] Peter Agre (M.D) - 2003
  2. [PM] Francis Peyton Rous (B.A, M.D) - 1996
  3. [PM] George Hoyt Whipple (M.D) - 1934
  4. [PM] Haldan Keffer Hartline (M.D) - 1967
  5. [PM] Hamilton O. Smith (M.D) - 1978
  6. [PM] Herbert Spencer Gasser (M.D) - 1944
  7. [PM] Joseph Erlanger (M.D) - 1944
  8. [PM] Martin Rodbell (M.D) 1994
  9. [PM] Paul Greengard (PhD) - 2000
  10. [PM] Richard Axel (M.D) - 2004
  11. [PM] Thomas Hunt Morgan (PhD) - 1933
  12. [Ec.] Merton H. Miller (PhD) - 1990
  13. [Ec.] Robert W. Fogel (PhD) - 1993
  14. [Pe.] Jody Williams (M.A) - 1997
  15. [Pe.] Woodrow Wilson (PhD) - 1919
  1. [Ph.] Adam Riess (Professor) - 2011*
  2. [Ph.] James Franck (Professor) - 1925
  3. [Ph.] Maria Goeppert-Mayer (Associate Professor) - 1963
  4. [Ph.] Riccardo Giacconi (Professor) - 2002
  5. [Ch.] Christian B. Anfinsen (Professor) - 1972
  6. [Ch.] Daniel Nathans (Professor) - 1978*
  7. [Ch.] Peter Agre (Professor) - 2003*
  8. [PM] Andrew Fire (Professor) - 2006
  9. [PM] Carol Greider (Professor) - 2009*
  10. [PM] George Hoyt Whipple (Associate Professor) - 1934
  11. [PM] Haldan Keffer Hartline (Professor) - 1967
  12. [PM] Hamilton O. Smith (Professor) - 1978*
  13. [PM] Joseph Erlanger (Associate Professor) - 1944
  14. [PM] Torsten N. Wiesel (Assistant Professor) - 1981
  15. [Ec.] Simon Kuznets (Professor) - 1971
  1. [Ch.] Daniel Shechtman (Researcher) - 2011
  2. [Ch.] Harold C. Urey (Researcher) - 1934
  3. [Ch.] Lars Onsager (Researcher) - 1968
  4. [Ch.] Vincent du Vigneaud (Researcher) - 1955
  5. [PM] David H. Hubel (Researcher) - 1981
  6. [PM] George Richards Minot (Researcher) - 1934
  7. [PM] Robert Edwards (Visitor) - 2010
  8. [Ec.] Richard Stone (Visiting Professor) - 1984
  9. [Ec.] Robert H. Mundell (Visiting Professor) - 1999
  10. [Li.] J.M. Coetzee (Visiting Professor) - 2003
  11. [Pe.] Nicholas Murray Butler (Lecturer) - 1931

New York University (17th, Tie)[edit]

Affiliations Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Temporary academic staff
New York University, United States United States
36 (University Count 24)[132]
  1. [Ph.] Clifford Shull (PhD) - 1994
  2. [Ph.] Frederick Reines (PhD) - 1995
  3. [Ph.] Martin L. Perl (B.S) - 1995
  4. [PM] Eric R. Kandel (M.D) - 2000
  5. [PM] George Wald (B.S) - 1967
  6. [PM] Gertrude B. Elion (M.S) - 1988
  7. [PM] Julius Axelrod (M.S) - 1970
  8. [Pe.] Elihu Root (J.D) - 1912
  9. [Pe.] Mohamed ElBaradei (J.S.D) - 2005
  10. [Pe.] Shimon Peres (Graudate Attendee) - 1994
  1. [Ch.] Robert S. Mulliken (Assistant Professor) - 1966
  2. [PM] Baruj Benacerraf (Professor) - 1980
  3. [PM] Severo Ochoa[11] (Professor) - 1959*
  4. [Ec.] A. Michael Spence (Professor) - 2001
  5. [Ec.] Edmund Phelps[133] (Professor) - 2006
  6. [Ec.] Robert F. Engle[11] (Professor) - 2003*
  7. [Ec.] Thomas J. Sargent[11] (Professor) - 2011*
  8. [Ec.] Wassily Leontief (Professor) - 1973
  1. [Ch.] Avram Hershko (Adjunct Professor) - 2004
  2. [Ch.] Irwin Rose (Postdoctoral Researcher) - 2004
  3. [Ch.] Rudolph A. Marcus (Researcher) - 1992
  4. [PM] Arthur Kornberg (Researcher) - 1959
  5. [PM] Francis Crick (Postdoctoral Researcher) - 1962
  6. [PM] George Palade (Researcher) - 1974
  7. [PM] Otto Loewi (Researcher) - 1936
  8. [Ec.] Edward C. Prescott (Visiting Professor) - 2004
  9. [Ec.] Friedrich Hayek (Researcher) - 1974
  10. [Ec.] Gunnar Myrdal (Visiting Professor) - 1974
  11. [Ec.] James Heckman (Adjunct Assistant Professor) - 2000
  12. [Ec.] Paul A. Samuelson (Visiting Professor) - 1970
  13. [Ec.] Robert Aumann (Visiting Professor) - 2005
  14. [Ec.] Tjalling Koopmans[134] (Instructor) - 1975
  15. [Li.] Joseph Brodsky (Lecturer) - 1987
  16. [Li.] Saul Bellow (Lecturer) - 1976
  17. [Li.] Rudolf Christoph Eucken (Lecturer) - 1914
  18. [Li.] Wole Soyinka (Scholar in Residence) - 1986

Ludwig Maximilians University of Munich (19th)[edit]

Affiliations Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Temporary academic staff
Ludwig Maximilians University of Munich, Germany Germany
35 (University Count 14)[135]
  1. [Ph.] Gustav Ludwig Hertz (Graduate Attendee) - 1925
  2. [Ph.] Hans Albrecht Bethe (PhD) - 1967
  3. [Ph.] Johannes Stark (PhD) - 1919
  4. [Ph.] Max Planck (PhD) - 1918
  5. [Ph.] Max von Laue (Graduate Attendee) - 1914
  6. [Ph.] Werner Heisenberg (PhD) - 1932
  7. [Ph.] Wolfgang Ketterle (PhD) - 2001
  8. [Ph.] Wolfgang Pauli (PhD) - 1945
  9. [Ch.] Eduard Buchner (PhD) - 1907
  10. [Ch.] Gerhard Ertl (Undergraduate Attendee) - 2007
  11. [Ch.] Hartmut Michel (Graduate Attendee) - 1988
  12. [Ch.] Heinrich Otto Wieland (PhD) - 1927
  13. [Ch.] Joachim Frank (M.S.) - 2017
  14. [Ch.] Otto Hahn (PhD) - 1944
  15. [Ch.] Peter Debye (PhD) - 1936
  16. [Ch.] Hans Fischer (M.D) - 1930
  17. [Ch.] Richard Kuhn (PhD) - 1938
  18. [Ch.] Richard Willstätter (PhD) - 1915
  19. [PM] Bert Sakmann (M.D) - 1991
  20. [PM] Feodor Lynen (PhD) - 1964
  21. [PM] Günter Blobel (Graduate Attendee) - 1999
  22. [PM] Hans Krebs[136] (M.D) - 1953
  23. [PM] Hans Spemann (Graduate Attendee) - 1935
  24. [PM] Otto Loewi (Undergraduate Attendee) - 1936
  1. [Ph.] Theodor W. Hänsch (Professor) - 2005*
  2. [Ph.] Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen (Professor) - 1901*
  3. [Ph.] Wilhelm Wien (Professor) - 1911
  4. [Ch.] Adolf Butenandt (Professor) - 1939
  5. [Ch.] Adolf von Baeyer (Professor) - 1905*
  6. [Ch.] Eduard Buchner (Professor) - 1907
  7. [Ch.] Ernst Otto Fischer (Professor) - 1973
  8. [Ch.] Gerhard Ertl (Professor) - 2007
  9. [Ch.] Hermann Emil Fischer (Professor) - 1902
  10. [Ch.] Richard Adolf Zsigmondy (Professor) - 1925
  11. [PM] Feodor Lynen (Professor) - 1964
  12. [PM] Karl von Frisch (Professor) - 1973*
  1. [Ph.] Gerd Binnig (Researcher) - 1986
  2. [Ph.] Isidor Isaac Rabi (Postdoctoral Researcher) - 1944
  3. [Ph.] Max von Laue (Lecturer) - 1914

ETH Zurich (20th)[edit]

Affiliations Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Temporary academic staff
ETH Zurich, Switzerland Switzerland
32 (University Count 21)[137]
  1. [Ph.] Albert Einstein (B.A) - 1921
  2. [Ph.] Charles-Edouard Guillaume (PhD) - 1920
  3. [Ph.] Felix Bloch (B.A) - 1952
  4. [Ph.] Georg Bednorz (PhD) - 1987
  5. [Ph.] Heinrich Rohrer (PhD) - 1986
  6. [Ph.] K. Alex Müller (PhD) - 1987
  7. [Ph.] Nils Gustaf Dalén (Graduate Attendee) - 1912
  8. [Ph.] Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen (B.A) - 1901
  9. [Ch.] Alfred Werner - (B.A) - 1913
  10. [Ch.] Richard R. Ernst (PhD) - 1991
  11. [PM] Tadeus Reichstein (B.S) - 1950
  12. [PM] Werner Arber (B.S) - 1978
  1. [Ph.] Albert Einstein (Professor) - 1921
  2. [Ph.] Wolfgang Pauli (Professor) - 1945
  3. [Ch.] Kurt Wüthrich[11] (Professor) - 2002*
  4. [Ch.] Leopold Ružička[11] (Professor) - 1939*
  5. [Ch.] Peter Debye (Professor) - 1936
  6. [Ch.] Richard Kuhn (Professor) - 1938
  7. [Ch.] Richard R. Ernst[11] (Professor) - 1991*
  8. [Ch.] Richard Willstätter (Professor) - 1915
  9. [Ch.] Vladimir Prelog[11] (Professor) - 1975*
  1. [Ph.] Gerd Binnig (Researcher) - 1986
  2. [Ph.] Otto Stern (Researcher) - 1943
  3. [Ch.] Artturi Ilmari Virtanen (Postdoctoral Researcher) - 1945
  4. [Ch.] Fritz Haber (Postdoctoral Researcher) - 1918
  5. [Ch.] George de Hevesy (Researcher) - 1943
  6. [Ch.] Hermann Staudinger[138] (Lecturer) - 1953
  7. [Ch.] Jean-Marie Lehn (Visiting Professor) - 1987
  8. [Ch.] Lars Onsager (Researcher) - 1968
  9. [Ch.] Richard F. Heck (Postdoctoral Researcher) - 2010
  10. [Ch.] William Moerner (Visiting Professor) - 2014
  11. [PM] Har Gobind Khorana (Researcher) - 1968
  12. [PM] Konrad E. Bloch (Researcher) - 1964
  13. [PM] Max Delbrück (Researcher) - 1969

Other universities (21st-50th)[edit]

21st

Affiliations Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Temporary academic staff
University College London, United Kingdom United Kingdom
Notes: 1) Herbert Spencer Gasser and Trygve Haavelmo are included in the following list but not the University Count.

2) Affiliates with Francis Crick Institute (UKCMRI) are included in this list.[139]

31 (University Count 29)[140]
  1. [Ph.] Charles K. Kao (PhD) - 2009
  2. [Ph.] Owen Richardson (DSc) - 1928
  3. [Ch.] Jaroslav Heyrovský (B.S, PhD) - 1959
  4. [PM] Bernard Katz (Graduate Attendee) - 1970
  5. [PM] Francis Crick (B.S) - 1962
  6. [PM] Martin Evans (PhD) - 2007
  7. [Ec.] Trygve Haavelmo (Graduate Attendee) - 1989
  8. [Li.] Rabindranath Tagore (Undergraduate Attendee) - 1913
  1. [Ph.] William Bragg (Professor) - 1915*
  2. [Ch.] Robert Robinson (Professor) - 1947
  3. [Ch.] William Ramsay (Professor) - 1904*
  4. [PM] Andrew Huxley (Professor) - 1963*
  5. [PM] Archibald Hill (Professor) - 1922
  6. [PM] Bernard Katz (Professor) - 1970*
  7. [PM] James E. Rothman (Professor) - 2013
  8. [PM] James W. Black (Professor) - 1988
  9. [PM] John O'Keefe (Professor) - 2014*
  10. [PM] Paul Nurse[141] (UKCMRI Scientist) - 2001
  11. [PM] Peter Medawar (Professor) - 1960*
  12. [Ec.] James Heckman (Professor) - 2000
  1. [Ph.] Peter Higgs (Researcher) - 2013
  2. [Ch.] Frederick Soddy (Researcher) - 1921
  3. [Ch.] George Porter (Visiting Professor) - 1967
  4. [Ch.] Otto Hahn (Researcher) - 1944
  5. [Ch.] Vincent du Vigneaud (Researcher) - 1955
  6. [PM] Bert Sakmann[142] (Postdoctoral Researcher) - 1991
  7. [PM] Corneille Heymans (Researcher) - 1938
  8. [PM] Frederick Gowland Hopkins[143] (Research Assistant) - 1929
  9. [PM] Henry Hallett Dale (Researcher) - 1936
  10. [PM] Herbert Spencer Gasser[144] (Researcher) - 1944
  11. [PM] Otto Loewi (Researcher) - 1936
  12. [PM] Ulf von Euler (Lecturer) - 1970

21st

Affiliations Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Temporary academic staff
University of Heidelberg, Germany Germany
Notes: 1) Please distinguish the affiliations with research institutes in Heidelberg from the affiliations with University of Heidelberg; the University Count includes 29 affiliations with the university only (excluding honorary degrees), while there is another "University Count" which includes affiliations with the city.[145][146]
31 (University Count 29)[146]
  1. [Ph.] Albert Michelson (Attendee) - 1907
  2. [Ph.] Heike Kamerlingh Onnes (Attendee) - 1913
  3. [Ph.] James Franck (Attendee) - 1925
  4. [Ph.] Max Born (Attendee) - 1954
  5. [Ph.] Theodor W. Hänsch (PhD) - 2005
  6. [Ph.] Philipp Lenard (PhD) - 1905
  7. [Ph.] Wolfgang Ketterle (Attendee) - 2001
  8. [Ch.] Adolf von Baeyer (Attendee) - 1905
  9. [Ch.] Fritz Haber (Attendee) - 1918
  10. [Ch.] Stefan Hell (PhD) - 2014
  11. [Ch.] William Ramsay (Attendee) - 1904
  12. [PM] Hans Spemann (Attendee) - 1935
  13. [PM] Otto Fritz Meyerhof (M.D) - 1922
  14. [PM] Otto Heinrich Warburg (M.D) - 1931
  15. [Pe.] Auguste Beernaert (Attendee) - 1909
  16. [Pe.] Charles Albert (B.A) - 1919
  17. [Li.] Carl Spitteler (Attendee) - 1919
  1. [Ph.] J. Hans D. Jensen (Professor) - 1963*
  2. [Ph.] Philipp Lenard (Professor) - 1905
  3. [Ph.] Walther Bothe (Professor) - 1954*
  4. [Ch.] Carl Bosch (Professor) - 1931*
  5. [Ch.] Georg Wittig (Professor) - 1979*
  6. [Ch.] Friedrich Bergius (Professor) - 1931*
  7. [Ch.] Richard Kuhn (Professor) - 1938*
  8. [Ch.] Stefan Hell (Professor) - 2014
  9. [PM] Albrecht Kossel (Professor) - 1910*
  10. [PM] Bert Sakmann (Professor) - 1991
  11. [PM] Harald zur Hausen (Professor) - 2008
  12. [PM] Otto Meyerhof (Professor) - 1922
  1. [Ph.] Gabriel Lippmann (Visitor) - 1908
  2. [Ph.] Hans G. Dehmelt (Researcher) - 1989
  3. [Ph.] Wolfgang Ketterle (Postdoctoral Researcher) - 2001
  4. [Ch.] Karl Ziegler (Lecturer) - 1963
  5. [PM] Severo Ochoa (Researcher) - 1959

23rd

Affiliations Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Temporary academic staff
University of Pennsylvania, United States
30 (University Count 26)[147]
  1. [Ph.] George E. Smith (B.S) - 2009
  2. [Ch.] Ahmed Zewail (PhD) - 1999
  3. [Ch.] Christian B. Anfinsen (M.S) - 1972
  4. [Ch.] Ei-ichi Negishi (PhD) - 2010
  5. [PM] Gerald Edelman (M.D) - 1972
  6. [PM] Michael S. Brown (B.A, M.D) - 1985
  7. [PM] Stanley Prusiner (B.A, M.D) - 1997
  8. [Pe.] Martin Luther King, Jr.[148] (Attendee) - 1964
  1. [Ph.] John Robert Schrieffer (Professor) - 1972*
  2. [Ph.] Raymond Davis (Professor) - 2002*
  3. [Ch.] Alan J. Heeger (Professor) - 2000
  4. [Ch.] Alan MacDiarmid (Professor) - 2000*
  5. [Ch.] Irwin Rose (Professor) - 2004
  6. [PM] Baruch Blumberg (Professor) - 1976
  7. [PM] Haldan Keffer Hartline (Professor) - 1967
  8. [PM] Harald zur Hausen (Assistant Professor) - 2008
  9. [Ec.] Edmund S. Phelps (Professor) - 2006
  10. [Ec.] Edward C. Prescott (Assistant Professor) - 2004
  11. [Ec.] Lawrence Klein (Professor) - 1980*
  12. [Ec.] Oliver E. Williamson (Professor) - 2009
  13. [Ec.] Robert J. Shiller (Professor) - 2013
  14. [Ec.] Simon Kuznets (Professor) - 1971
  15. [Ec.] Thomas J. Sargent (Professor) - 2011
  1. [Ph.] Robert Hofstadter (Research Fellow) - 1961
  2. [Ch.] Hideki Shirakawa (Postdoctoral Researcher) - 2000
  3. [Ch.] Richard Kuhn (Visiting Professor) - 1938
  4. [Ch.] Vincent du Vigneaud (Research Assistant) - 1955
  5. [PM] Otto Fritz Meyerhof (Research Professor) - 1922
  6. [PM] Ragnar Granit (Research Fellow) - 1967
  7. [Ec.] Robert A. Mundell[149] (Richard Fox Professor) - 1999

24th

Affiliations Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Temporary academic staff
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, United States
Notes: 1) The University Count includes Philip Anderson and James Tobin as affiliates merely because they graduated from University Laboratory High School - Urbana; these two laureates are thus not included in the following list.
28 (University Count 23)[150]
  1. [Ph.] Jack Kilby (B.S) - 2000
  2. [Ph.] John Robert Schrieffer (PhD) - 1972
  3. [Ph.] Polykarp Kusch (PhD) - 1955
  4. [Ch.] Vincent du Vigneaud (B.S, M.S) - 1955)
  5. [Ch.] Wendell M. Stanley (PhD) - 1946
  6. [PM] Edward Adelbert Doisy (B.A, M.S) - 1942
  7. [PM] Edwin G. Krebs (B.A) - 1992
  8. [PM] Hamilton O. Smith (Undergraduate Attendee) - 1978
  9. [PM] Phillip A. Sharp (PhD) - 1993
  10. [PM] Robert W. Holley (B.A) - 1968
  11. [PM] Rosalyn Yalow (PhD) - 1977
  1. [Ph.] Anthony J. Leggett (Professor) - 2003*
  2. [Ph.] John Bardeen (Professor) - 1956*, 1972*
  3. [Ph.] John Robert Schrieffer (Assistant Professor) - 1972
  4. [Ch.] Elias Corey (Professor) - 1990
  5. [Ch.] Rudolph Marcus (Professor) - 1992
  6. [Ch.] Vincent du Vigneaud (Professor) - 1955
  7. [PM] Paul Lauterbur (Professor) - 2003*
  8. [PM] Salvador E. Luria (Professor) - 1969
  9. [Ec.] Franco Modigliani (Professor) - 1985
  10. [Ec.] Leonid Hurwicz (Professor) - 2007
  1. [Ph.] Emilio Segrè[151] (Visiting Professor) - 1959
  2. [Ph.] Brian David Josephson (Postdoctoral Researcher) - 1973
  3. [Ph.] Leon Neil Cooper (Research Associate) - 1972
  4. [Ph.] Murray Gell-Mann (Visiting Professor) - 1969
  5. [Ph.] Norman Foster Ramsey Jr.[152] (Assistant Professor) - 1989
  6. [Ch.] Martin Karplus (Instructor) - 2013
  7. [PM] Martin Rodbell (Postdoctoral Researcher) - 1994
  8. [PM] Peter Mansfield (Postdoctoral Researcher) - 2003
  9. [Ec.] Alvin E. Roth (Researcher) - 2012

25th

Affiliations Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Temporary academic staff
Rockefeller University, United States
Notes: 1) The University Count does not include temporary academic staff.
26 (University Count 25)[153]
  1. [PM] David Baltimore (PhD) - 1975
  2. [PM] Gerald Edelman (PhD) - 1972
  1. [Ch.] Roderick MacKinnon (Professor) - 2003*
  2. [Ch.] Bruce Merrifield (Professor) - 1984*
  3. [Ch.] Stanford Moore (Professor) - 1972*
  4. [Ch.] John Howard Northrop (Professor) - 1946*
  5. [Ch.] Wendell M. Stanley (Professor) - 1946*
  6. [Ch.] William H. Stein (Professor) - 1972*
  7. [PM] Albert Claude (Professor) - 1974
  8. [PM] Alexis Carrel (Professor) - 1912*
  9. [PM] Christian de Duve (Professor) - 1974*
  10. [PM] David Baltimore (Professor) - 1975
  11. [PM] Edward Lawrie Tatum (Professor) - 1958*
  12. [PM] Francis Peyton Rous (Professor) - 1966*
  13. [PM] Fritz Lipmann (Professor) - 1953
  14. [PM] George Palade (Professor) - 1974
  15. [PM] Gerald Edelman (Professor) - 1972*
  16. [PM] Günter Blobel (Professor) - 1999*
  17. [PM] Haldan Keffer Hartline (Professor) - 1967*
  18. [PM] Herbert Spencer Gasser (Professor) - 1944*
  19. [PM] Joshua Lederberg (Professor) - 1958
  20. [PM] Karl Landsteiner (Professor) - 1930*
  21. [PM] Michael W. Young (Professor) - 2017*
  22. [PM] Paul Greengard (Professor) - 2000*
  23. [PM] Paul Nurse (Professor) - 2001
  24. [PM] Ralph M. Steinman (Professor) - 2011*
  25. [PM] Torsten N. Wiesel (Professor) - 1981
  1. [PM] Yoshinori Ohsumi (Postdoctoral Researcher) - 2016

26th

Affiliations Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Temporary academic staff
University of Manchester, United Kingdom
25 (University Count 25)[154]
  1. [Ph.] Charles Wilson (Attendee) - 1927
  2. [Ph.] James Chadwick (B.S, M.S) - 1935
  3. [Ph.] J. J. Thomson (Attendee) - 1906
  4. [Ph.] John Cockcroft (Attendee) - 1951
  5. [Ch.] Arthur Harden (B.S) - 1929
  6. [Ch.] John Polanyi (B.S, PhD) - 1986
  7. [Ch.] Michael Smith (B.S, PhD) - 1993
  8. [Ch.] Robert Robinson (B.S, PhD) - 1947
  9. [Ch.] Walter Haworth (B.S, PhD) - 1937
  1. [Ph.] Andre Geim (Professor) - 2010*
  2. [Ph.] Konstantin Novoselov (Professor) - 2010*
  3. [Ph.] Patrick M. S. Blackett (Professor) - 1948*
  4. [Ph.] William Lawrence Bragg (Professor) - 1915*
  5. [Ch.] Alexander Todd (Professor) - 1957
  6. [Ch.] Ernest Rutherford (Professor) - 1908*
  7. [PM] Archibald Hill (Professor) - 1922
  8. [PM] John E. Sulston (Professor) - 2002
  9. [Ec.] Arthur Lewis (Professor) - 1979
  10. [Ec.] John Hicks (Professor) - 1972
  11. [Ec.] Joseph Stiglitz (Professor) - 2001
  1. [Ph.] Hans Albrecht Bethe (Visitor) - 1967
  2. [Ph.] Nevill Mott (Lecturer) - 1977
  3. [Ph.] Niels Bohr (Postdoctoral Researcher) - 1922
  4. [Ch.] George de Hevesy (Researcher) - 1943
  5. [Ch.] Melvin Calvin (Postdoctoral Researcher) - 1961

26th

Affiliations Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Temporary academic staff
University of Minnesota, United States
25 (University Count 25)[155]
  1. [Ph.] Ernest O. Lawrence (M.A) - 1939
  2. [Ph.] Walter H. Brattain (PhD) - 1956
  3. [Ch.] Brian Kobilka (B.S) - 2012
  4. [Ch.] Melvin Calvin (PhD) - 1961
  5. [PM] Edward B. Lewis (B.A) - 1995
  6. [PM] Louis J. Ignarro (PhD) - 1998
  7. [Ec.] Daniel McFadden (B.S, PhD) - 2000
  8. [Ec.] Lars Peter Hansen (PhD) - 2013
  9. [Pe.] Norman Borlaug (B.S, PhD) - 1970
  10. [Li.] Bob Dylan (Undergraduate Attendee) - 2016
  1. [Ph.] John Bardeen (Assistant Professor) - 1956, 1972
  2. [Ph.] John H. van Vleck (Assistant Professor) - 1977
  3. [Ch.] Paul D. Boyer (Professor) - 1997
  4. [Ch.] William Lipscomb (Assistant Professor) - 1976
  5. [PM] Edward C. Kendall (Professor) - 1950*
  6. [PM] Philip S. Hench (Professor) - 1950*
  7. [Ec.] Christopher Sims (Professor) - 2011
  8. [Ec.] Edward C. Prescott (Professor) - 2004
  9. [Ec.] George J. Stigler (Assistant Professor) - 1982
  10. [Ec.] Leonid Hurwicz (Professor) - 2007*
  11. [Ec.] Milton Friedman (Assistant Professor) - 1976
  12. [Ec.] Thomas J. Sargent (Professor) - 2011
  13. [Ec.] Robert J. Shiller[26] (Assistant Professor) - 2013
  1. [Ph.] Arthur Holly Compton (Instructor) - 1927
  2. [Li.] Saul Bellow (Lecturer) - 1976

28th

Affiliations Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Temporary academic staff
Washington University in St. Louis, United States
24 (University Count 24)[156]
  1. [Ch.] Daniel Nathans (M.D) - 1954
  2. [Ch.] William E. Moerner (B.A, B.S) - 2014
  3. [PM] Earl W. Sutherland, Jr. (M.D) - 1971
  4. [PM] Edwin G. Krebs (M.D) - 1992
  1. [Ph.] Arthur Holly Compton (Professor) - 1927
  2. [Ch.] Luis Federico Leloir (Associate Professor) - 1970
  3. [Ch.] Paul Berg (Professor) - 1980
  4. [PM] Alfred Hershey (Professor) - 1969
  5. [PM] Arthur Kornberg (Professor) - 1959
  6. [PM] Carl Ferdinand Cori (Professor) - 1947*
  7. [PM] Earl W. Sutherland, Jr. (Associate Professor) - 1971
  8. [PM] Edward Adelbert Doisy (Associate Professor) - 1943
  9. [PM] George D. Snell (Assistant Professor) - 1980
  10. [PM] Gerty Cori (Professor) - 1947*
  11. [PM] Herbert Spencer Gasser (Professor) - 1944
  12. [PM] Joseph Erlanger (Professor) - 1944*
  13. [PM] Rita Levi Montalcini (Professor) - 1986*
  14. [PM] Robert F. Furchgott (Assistant Professor) - 1998
  15. [PM] Stanley Cohen (Assistant Professor) - 1986
  16. [Ec.] Douglass C. North (Professor) - 1993*
  1. [Ch.] Aaron Ciechanover (Visiting Professor) - 2004
  2. [Ch.] Brian K. Kobilka (Medical Resident) 2012
  3. [PM] Christian de Duve (Postdoctoral Researcher) 1974
  4. [PM] Edwin G. Krebs (Research Fellow) - 1992
  5. [PM] Hamilton O. Smith (Medical Staff) - 1978
  6. [PM] Severo Ochoa (Instructor) - 1959

29th

Affiliations Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Temporary academic staff
University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Notes: 1) The University Count of Edinburgh includes laureates with honorary degrees, which are not included in the following list;

2) Randy Schekman is included in the following list but not the University Count.

23 (University Count 21)[157]
  1. [Ph.] Igor Tamm (Attendee) - 1958
  2. [Ch.] Fraser Stoddart (B.S, PhD) - 2016
  3. [Ch.] Richard Henderson (B.S) - 2017
  4. [PM] Peter C. Doherty (PhD) - 1996
  5. [PM] Randy Schekman (Attendee) - 2013
  6. [PM] Robert G. Edwards (PhD) - 2010
  7. [Ec.] James Mirrlees (M.A) - 1996
  1. [Ph.] Charles Barkla[11] (Professor) - 1917*
  2. [Ph.] Edward Appleton (Professor) - 1947
  3. [Ph.] Max Born[11] (Professor) - 1954*
  4. [Ph.] Peter Higgs (Professor) - 2013*
  5. [PM] Alexander Fleming (Rector) - 1945
  6. [PM] Hermann J. Muller (Professor) - 1946
  7. [Li.] Winston Churchill (Rector) - 1953
  1. [Ch.] Alexander Robertus Todd (Researcher) - 1957
  2. [Ch.] Kurt Wüthrich (Visiting Professor) - 2002
  3. [Ch.] Peter Mitchell (Visiting Professor) - 1978
  4. [Ch.] Vincent du Vigneaud (Research Professor) - 1955
  5. [PM] Edvard Moser (Postdoctoral Researcher) - 2014
  6. [PM] May-Britt Moser (Postdoctoral Researcher) - 2014
  7. [PM] Michael Rosbash (Postdoctoral Researcher) - 2017
  8. [PM] Paul Nurse (Postdoctoral Researcher) - 2001
  9. [Pe.] Joseph Rotblat (Visiting Professor) - 1995

30th

Affiliations Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Temporary academic staff
University of Freiburg, Germany
21 (University Count 10)[158]
  1. [Ph.] J. Hans D. Jensen (Attendee) - 1963
  2. [Ch.] Adolf Windaus (PhD) - 1928
  3. [Ch.] George de Hevesy (PhD) - 1943
  4. [Ch.] Joachim Frank (B.S.) - 2017
  5. [Ch.] Mario Molina (M.S) - 1995
  6. [PM] Bert Sakmann (Attendee) - 1991
  7. [PM] Georges J. F. Köhler (PhD) - 1984
  8. [PM] Hans Adolf Krebs (Attendee) - 1953
  9. [PM] Otto Fritz Meyerhof (Attendee) - 1922
  10. [PM] Otto Heinrich Warburg (Attendee) - 1931
  11. [PM] Paul Ehrlich (Attendee) - 1908
  12. [PM] Philip S. Hench (Attendee) - 1950
  13. [PM] Robert Bárány (Attendee) - 1914
  1. [Ch.] Georg Wittig (Associate Professor) - 1979
  2. [Ch.] George de Hevesy (Professor) - 1943
  3. [Ch.] Heinrich Otto Wieland (Professor) - 1927
  4. [Ch.] Hermann Staudinger (Professor) - 1953*
  5. [PM] Hans Spemann (Professor)- 1935*
  6. [PM] Harald zur Hausen (Professor) - 2008
  7. [Ec.] Friedrich August von Hayek (Professor) - 1974
  1. [Ch.] Adolf Windaus (Researcher) - 1928
  2. [Ch.] Dudley R. Herschbach[96] (Visiting Professor) - 1986
  3. [PM] Christiane Nüsslein-Volhard (Postdoctoral Researcher) - 1995
  4. [PM] Hans Adolf Krebs (Researcher) - 1953

31st

Affiliations Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Temporary academic staff
University of Michigan, United States
20
  1. [Ph.] David Politzer (B.A) - 2004
  2. [Ph.] Samuel C.C. Ting (B.A, PhD) - 1976
  3. [Ch.] Jerome Karle (PhD) - 1985
  4. [Ch.] Richard Smalley (B.S) - 1996
  5. [PM] Marshall Warren Nirenberg (PhD) - 1968
  6. [PM] Stanley Cohen (PhD) - 1986
  7. [PM] Thomas Huckle Weller (B.S, M.S) - 1954
  8. [Ec.] Robert J. Shiller (B.A) - 2013
  1. [Ph.] Carl E. Wieman (Assistant Professor) - 2001
  2. [Ph.] Donald A. Glaser (Professor) - 1960
  3. [Ph.] Martin L. Perl (Associate Professor) - 1995
  4. [Ph.] Martinus J.G. Veltman (Professor) - 1999
  1. [Ph.] Charles H. Townes (Lecturer) - 1964
  2. [PM] Charles Brenton Huggins (Medical Resident) - 1966
  3. [PM] Francis Peyton Rous (Instructor) - 1966
  4. [PM] Hamilton O. Smith (Postdoctoral Researcher) - 1978
  5. [Ec.] Lawrence R. Klein (Researcher) - 1980
  6. [Ec.] Leonid Hurwicz (Visiting Professor) - 2007
  7. [Li.] Czesław Miłosz (Visiting Professor) - 1980
  8. [Li.] Joseph Brodsky (Visiting Professor) - 1987

31st

Affiliations Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Temporary academic staff
University of California, San Diego, United States
Notes: 1) UCSD University Count only includes faculty members who are currently at UCSD.
20 (University Count 5)[159]
  1. [PM] Bruce Beutler (B.A) - 2011
  2. [PM] Susumu Tonegawa (PhD) - 1987
  3. [Ch.] Venkatraman Ramakrishnan (Graduate Attendee)
  1. [Ph.] Hannes Alfvén (Professor) - 1970
  2. [Ph.] Maria Goeppert-Mayer (Professor) - 1963
  3. [Ch.] Harold Urey (Professor) - 1934
  4. [Ch.][Pe.] Linus Pauling (Professor) - 1954, 1962
  5. [Ch.] Mario Molina (Professor) - 1995
  6. [Ch.] Paul Crutzen (Professor) - 1995
  7. [Ch.] Roger Tsien (Professor) - 2008*
  8. [Ch.] Walter Kohn (Professor) - 1998
  9. [Ch.] William Moerner (Professor) - 2014
  10. [PM] Francis Crick (Professor) - 1962
  11. [PM] George Palade (Professor) - 1974
  12. [PM] Renato Dulbecco[160] (Professor) - 1975
  13. [Ec.] Clive Granger (Professor) - 2003*
  14. [Ec.] Harry Markowitz (Professor) - 1990
  15. [Ec.] Robert Engle (Professor) - 2003
  1. [PM] Robert W. Holley (Adjunct Professor) - 1968
  2. [PM] Sydney Brenner (Adjunct Professor) - 2002

31st

Affiliation Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Temporary academic staff
University of Wisconsin–Madison, United States
Notes: 1) Milton Friedman is included in the following list but not the University Count.
20 (University Count 19)[161]
  1. [Ph.] Jack S. Kilby (M.S) - 2000
  2. [Ph.] John Bardeen (B.S, M.S) - 1956, 1972
  3. [Ph.] John H. van Vleck (B.A) - 1977
  4. [Ch.] Alan MacDiarmid (PhD) - 2000
  5. [Ch.] Paul D. Boyer (PhD) - 1997
  6. [Ch.] Stanford Moore (PhD) - 1972
  7. [PM] Edward Lawrie Tatum (PhD) - 1958
  8. [PM] Erwin Neher (M.S) - 1991
  9. [PM] Günter Blobel (PhD) - 1999
  10. [PM] Herbert Spencer Gasser (B.S) - 1944
  11. [PM] William C. Campbell (PhD) - 2015
  12. [Ec.] Theodore Schultz (PhD) - 1979
  13. [Li.] Saul Bellow (M.A) - 1976
  1. [Ph.] Eugene P. Wigner (Professor) - 1963
  2. [PM] Har Gobind Khorana (Professor) - 1968*
  3. [PM] Howard M. Temin (Professor) - 1975*
  4. [PM] Joseph Erlanger (Professor) - 1944
  5. [PM] Joshua Lederberg (Professor) - 1958*
  6. [PM] Oliver Smithies (Professor) - 2007
  7. [Ec.] Milton Friedman (Assistant Professor) - 1976

31st

Affiliations Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Temporary academic staff
University of Zurich, Switzerland
20 (University Count 12)[162][163]
  1. [Ph.] Albert Einstein (PhD) - 1921
  2. [Ph.] Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen (PhD) - 1901
  3. [Ch.] Alfred Werner (PhD) - 1913
  4. [Ch.] Paul Karrer (PhD) - 1937
  5. [Ch.] Walther Nernst (Attendee) - 1920
  6. [PM] Walter Rudolf Hess (M.D) - 1949
  7. [Li.] Carl Spitteler (Attendee) - 1919
  1. [Ph.] Albert Einstein (Associate Professor) - 1921
  2. [Ph.] Erwin Schrödinger (Professor) - 1933
  3. [Ph.] K. Alex Müller (Professor) - 1987
  4. [Ph.] Max von Laue (Professor) - 1914
  5. [Ch.] Alfred Werner (Professor) - 1913*
  6. [Ch.] Leopold Ružička (Professor) - 1939
  7. [Ch.] Paul Karrer (Professor) - 1937*
  8. [Ch.] Peter Debye (Professor) - 1936
  9. [PM] Rolf Zinkernagel (Professor) - 1996*
  10. [PM] Walter Rudolf Hess (Professor) - 1949*
  11. [Li.] Theodor Mommsen (Professor) - 1902
  1. [Ch.] [Pe.] Linus Pauling (Researcher) - 1954, 1962
  2. [PM] Emil Theodor Kocher (Visitor) - 1909
  3. [PM] Eric F. Wieschaus (Postdoctoral Researcher) - 1995
  4. [PM] George Wald (Visitor) - 1967
  5. [PM] Hamilton O. Smith (Researcher) - 1978
  6. [PM] Karl Landsteiner (Researcher) - 1930

35th

Affiliations Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Temporary academic staff
Carnegie Mellon University, United States
Notes: 1) CMU University Count includes Edward S. Rubin who was a coordinating lead author on the IPCC which shared the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize as an organization, and is thus excluded from the following list.
19 (University Count 20)[164]
  1. [Ph.] Clifford Shull (B.S) - 1994
  2. [Ph.] John L. Hall (B.S, PhD) - 2005
  3. [Ec.] Dale T. Mortensen (PhD) - 2010
  4. [Ec.] Edward C. Prescott (PhD) - 2004
  5. [Ec.] Finn E. Kydland (PhD) - 2004
  6. [Ec.] John Forbes Nash (B.S, M.S) - 1994
  7. [Ec.] Oliver Eaton Williamson (PhD) - 2009
  1. [Ph.] Clinton Davisson (Assistant Professor) - 1937
  2. [Ph.] Otto Stern[11] (Professor) - 1943*
  3. [Ch.] John Pople (Professor) - 1998
  4. [Ch.] Walter Kohn (Professor) - 1998
  5. [Ec.] Edward C. Prescott (Professor) - 2004
  6. [Ec.] Finn E. Kydland (Professor) - 2004*
  7. [Ec.] Franco Modigliani (Professor) - 1985
  8. [Ec.] Herbert A. Simon (Professor) - 1978*
  9. [Ec.] Lars Peter Hansen (Associate Professor) - 2013
  10. [Ec.] Merton Miller (Professor) - 1990
  11. [Ec.] Robert Lucas, Jr. (Professor) - 1995
  1. [Ch.] Ada Yonath (Postdoctoral Researcher) - 2009
  2. [Ch.] Paul Flory (Researcher) - 1974
  3. [PM] Paul Lauterbur (Researcher) - 2003

35th

Affiliations Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Temporary academic staff
London School of Economics and Political Science, United Kingdom
Notes: 1) Óscar Arias is included in the following list but not the University Count.
19 (University Count 18)[165]
  1. [Ec.] Christopher A. Pissarides (PhD) - 2010
  2. [Ec.] Leonid Hurwicz (Attendee) - 2007
  3. [Ec.] Robert Mundell (Attendee) - 1999
  4. [Ec.] Ronald Coase (B.Com) - 1991
  5. [Ec.] Sir William Arthur Lewis (B.S, PhD) - 1979
  6. [Pe.] Óscar Arias (Attendee) - 1987
  7. [Pe.] Juan Manuel Santos (M.S) - 2016
  1. [Ec.] Amartya Sen (Professor) - 1998
  2. [Ec.] Christopher A. Pissarides (Professor) - 2010*
  3. [Ec.] Friedrich von Hayek (Professor) - 1974
  4. [Ec.] George Akerlof (Professor) - 2001
  5. [Ec.] James Meade (Professor) - 1977
  6. [Ec.] Oliver Hart (Professor) - 2016
  7. [Pe.] Philip Noel-Baker (Professor) - 1959
  8. [Li.] Bertrand Russell (Professor) - 1950
  9. [Li.] George Bernard Shaw (Professor) - 1925
  1. [Ec.] Merton Miller (Visiting Lecturer) - 1990
  2. [Ec.] Paul Krugman (Centennial Professor) - 2008
  3. [Ec.] Sir John Hicks (Lecturer) - 1972
  4. [Pe.] Ralph Bunche (Postdoctoral Researcher) - 1950

37th

Affiliations Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Temporary academic staff
University of Frankfurt, Germany
18 (University Count 18)[166]
  1. [Ph.] Gerd Binnig (B.A, PhD) - 1986
  2. [Ph.] Hans Albrecht Bethe (Attendee) - 1967
  3. [Ph.] Horst Ludwig Störmer (B.A) - 1998
  4. [Ph.] Peter Grünberg (Attendee) - 2007
  5. [Ch.] Alexander Robertus Todd (PhD) - 1957
  6. [PM] Christiane Nüsslein-Volhard (Attendee) - 1995
  7. [PM] Günter Blobel (Attendee) - 1999
  8. [Ec.] Reinhard Selten (B.A, PhD) - 1994
  1. [Ph.] Max Born (Professor) - 1954
  2. [Ph.] Max von Laue[167] (Professor) - 1914*
  3. [Ph.] Otto Stern (Researcher) - 1943
  4. [Ch.] Hartmut Michel (Professor) - 1988
  5. [PM] Niels Kaj Jerne[168][169] (Professor) - 1984
  6. [PM] Paul Ehrlich (Professor) - 1908
  1. [Ch.] Jean-Marie Lehn[168][170] (Visiting Professor) - 1987
  2. [Ch.] Karl Ziegler (Lecturer) - 1963
  3. [Ch.] Paul Karrer (Researcher) - 1937
  4. [PM] Otto Loewi[171] (Researcher) - 1936

37th

Affiliations Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Temporary academic staff
University of Strasbourg, France
Notes: 1) This count includes affiliates of successor institutions and predecessors to reunification in 2009.
18
  1. [Ph.] Louis Néel (PhD) - 1970
  2. [Ph.] Max von Laue (Attendee) - 1914
  3. [Ch.] Hermann Emil Fischer (PhD) - 1902
  4. [Ch.] Jean-Marie Lehn (B.S) - 1987
  5. [PM] Albrecht Kossel (Attendee) - 1910
  6. [PM] Alphonse Laveran (M.D) - 1907
  7. [PM] Jules Hoffmann (B.S, PhD) - 2011
  8. [PM] Otto Fritz Meyerhof (Attendee) - 1922
  9. [PM] Otto Loewi (M.D) - 1936
  10. [PM] Paul Ehrlich (Attendee) - 1908
  11. [Pe.] Albert Schweitzer (PhD) - 1952
  1. [Ph.] Karl Ferdinand Braun (Professor) - 1909*
  2. [Ph.] Pieter Zeeman (Professor) - 1902
  3. [Ph.] Wilhelm Röntgen (Professor) - 1901
  4. [Ch.] Adolf von Baeyer (Professor) - 1905
  5. [Ch.] Jean-Pierre Sauvage (Professor) - 2016*
  6. [Ch.] Jean-Marie Lehn (Assistant Professor) - 1987
  7. [Ch.] Martin Karplus (Professor) - 2013*
  8. [PM] Jules Hoffmann (Professor) - 2011*
  1. [Ch.] Hermann Staudinger (Lecturer) - 1953
  2. [PM] Albrecht Kossel[172] (Research Assistant) - 1910

38th

Affiliations Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Temporary academic staff
Case Western Reserve University, United States
Notes: 1) Corneille Heymans is included in the following list but not the University Count.
17 (University Count 15)[173]
  1. [Ph.] Donald A. Glaser (B.A) - 1960
  2. [Ph.] Polykarp Kusch (B.A) - 1955
  3. [Ch.] Paul Berg (PhD) - 1980
  4. [Ch.] Peter Agre (Medical Trainee) - 2003
  5. [PM] Alfred G. Gilman (M.D-PhD) - 1994
  6. [PM] Ferid Murad (M.D-PhD) - 1998
  7. [PM] Paul Lauterbur (B.S) - 2003
  8. [Ec.] Edward C. Prescott (M.A) - 2004
  9. [Ec.] Richard Thaler (B.A.) - 2017
  1. [Ph.] Albert Abraham Michelson (Physics) - 1907
  2. [Ph.] Frederick Reines (Professor) - 1995
  3. [Ch.] George Andrew Olah (Professor) - 1994
  4. [PM] Earl Wilbur Sutherland, Jr. (Professor) - 1971
  5. [PM] Frederick Chapman Robbins (Professor) - 1954*
  6. [PM] John James Richard Macleod (Professor) - 1923
  1. [PM] Corneille Heymans[174] (Researcher) - 1938
  2. [PM] George H. Hitchings (Postdoctoral Researcher) - 1988

39th

Affiliations Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Temporary academic staff
Imperial College London, United Kingdom
Notes: 1) Peter Higgs and Charles K. Kao are included in the following list but not the University Count.
16 (University Count 14)[175]
  1. [Ch.] Derek Barton (PhD) - 1969
  2. [Ch.] Geoffrey Wilkinson (B.S, PhD) - 1973
  3. [PM] Frederick Gowland Hopkins (Attendee) - 1929
  1. [Ph.] Abdus Salam (Professor) - 1979*
  2. [Ph.] Dennis Gabor (Professor) - 1971
  3. [Ph.] George Thomson (Professor) - 1937*
  4. [Ph.] Patrick M. S. Blackett (Professor) - 1948
  5. [Ch.] Derek Barton (Professor) - 1969*
  6. [Ch.] Geoffrey Wilkinson (Professor) - 1973*
  7. [PM] Alexander Fleming (Professor) - 1945*
  8. [PM] Ernest Chain (Professor) - 1945
  9. [PM] Rodney Porter (Professor) - 1972
  1. [Ph.] Peter Higgs[176] (Researcher) - 2013
  2. [Ph.] Charles K. Kao (Visiting Professor) - 2009
  3. [Ch.] Cyril Hinshelwood (Senior Research Fellow) - 1956
  4. [Ch.] George Porter (Visiting Professor) - 1967
  5. [Ch.] Walter Haworth (Senior Demonstrator) - 1937
  6. [PM] Andrew Huxley (Fellow) - 1963

39th

Affiliations Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Temporary academic staff
University of California, Los Angeles, United States
16 (University Count 13)[177]
  1. [Ch.] Bruce Merrifield (PhD) - 1984
  2. [Ch.] Glenn T. Seaborg (B.A) - 1951
  3. [Ch.] Richard Heck (PhD) - 2010
  4. [PM] Randy Schekman (B.A) - 2013
  5. [Ec.] Elinor Ostrom (B.A, PhD) - 2009
  6. [Ec.] William F. Sharpe (B.A, PhD) - 1990
  7. [Pe.] Ralph Bunche (B.A) - 1950
  1. [Ph.] Julian Schwinger (Professor) - 1965
  2. [Ch.] Donald Cram (Professor) - 1987*
  3. [Ch.] Paul D. Boyer (Professor) - 1997*
  4. [Ch.] Willard Libby (Professor) - 1960*
  5. [Ch.] Fraser Stoddart (Professor) - 2016
  6. [PM] Louis Ignarro (Professor) - 1998*
  7. [Ec.] Lloyd Shapley (Professor) - 2012*
  1. [Pe.] Al Gore[178] (Lecturer) - 2007
  2. [Li.] Bertrand Russell (Visiting Lecturer) - 1950

42nd

Affiliations Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Temporary academic staff
City University of New York, United States
Notes: 1) The University Count does not include Henry Kissinger and Harry M. Markowitz below.
15 (University Count 13)[179]
  1. [Ph.] Arno A. Penzias (B.S) - 1978
  2. [Ph.] Leon M. Lederman (B.S) - 1988
  3. [Ph.] Robert Hofstadter (B.S) - 1961
  4. [Ch.] Herbert A. Hauptman (B.S) - 1985
  5. [Ch.] Jerome Karle (B.S) - 1985
  6. [PM] Arthur Kornberg (B.S) - 1959
  7. [PM] Gertrude B. Elion (B.S, Hunter College) - 1988
  8. [PM] John O'Keefe (B.A) - 2014
  9. [PM] Julius Axelrod (B.S) - 1970
  10. [PM] Rosalyn Yalow (B.S, Hunter College) - 1977
  11. [PM] Stanley Cohen (B.S, Brooklyn College) - 1986
  12. [Ec.] Robert J. Aumann (B.S) - 2005
  13. [Ec.] Kenneth J. Arrow (B.A) - 1972
  14. [Pe.] Henry Kissinger (Attendee) - 1973
  1. [Ec.] Harry M. Markowitz[11] (Professor) - 1990*

42nd

Affiliations Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Temporary academic staff
Leiden University, Netherlands
15 (University Count 15)[180]
  1. [Ph.] J.D. van der Waals (PhD) - 1910
  2. [Ph.] Nicolaas Bloembergen (PhD) - 1981
  3. [Ph.] Pieter Zeeman (PhD) - 1902
  4. [Ch.] Jacobus Henricus van 't Hoff (Attendee) - 1901
  5. [PM] Niko Tinbergen (PhD) - 1973
  6. [Ec.] Jan Tinbergen (PhD) - 1969
  7. [Ec.] Tjalling Koopmans (PhD) - 1975
  8. [Pe.] Tobias Asser (PhD) - 1911
  1. [Ph.] Heike Kamerlingh Onnes (Professor) - 1913*
  2. [Ph.] Hendrik A. Lorentz (Professor) - 1902*
  3. [PM] Willem Einthoven (Professor) - 1902*
  1. [Ph.] Albert Einstein (Visitor) - 1921
  2. [Ph.] Enrico Fermi (Researcher) - 1938
  3. [Ph.] Igor Tamm (Visiting Researcher) - 1958
  4. [PM] Albert Szent-Györgyi (Visiting Researcher) - 1937

42th

Affiliations Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Temporary academic staff
Technical University of Munich, Germany
Notes: 1) Thomas Mann is included in the following list but not the University Count.
15 (University Count 13)[181]
  1. [Ph.] Ernst Ruska (Attendee) - 1986
  2. [Ph.] Rudolf Mössbauer (B.A, PhD) - 1961
  3. [Ph.] Wolfgang Ketterle (M.A) - 2001
  4. [Ph.] Wolfgang Paul (Attendee) - 1989
  5. [Ch.] Ernst Otto Fischer (B.A) - 1973
  6. [Ch.] Gerhard Ertl (PhD) - 2007
  7. [Ch.] Joachim Frank (PhD) - 2017
  8. [Ch.] Johann Deisenhofer (PhD) - 1988
  9. [Ch.] Robert Huber (B.A) - 1988
  10. [PM] Erwin Neher (B.A) - 1991
  11. [PM] Konrad E. Bloch (B.A) - 1964
  12. [Li.] Thomas Mann (Attendee) - 1929
  1. [Ph.] Klaus von Klitzing (Professor) - 1985
  2. [Ph.] Rudolf Mössbauer (Professor) - 1961*
  3. [Ch.] Ernst Otto Fischer (Professor) - 1973*
  4. [Ch.] Hans Fischer (Professor) - 1930*
  5. [Ch.] Heinrich Otto Wieland (Professor) - 1927
  1. [Ch.] Gerhard Ertl (Lecturer) - 2007

42nd

Affiliations Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Temporary academic staff
University of Vienna, Austria
15 (University Count 9)[182]
  1. [Ph.] Erwin Schrödinger (B.A, PhD) - 1933
  2. [Ph.] Victor Francis Hess (PhD) - 1936
  3. [Ch.] Max Perutz (B.S) - 1962
  4. [Ch.] Richard Kuhn (Attendee) - 1938
  5. [PM] Julius Wagner-Jauregg (Attendee) - 1927
  6. [PM] Karl Landsteiner (M.D) - 1930
  7. [PM] Karl von Frisch (PhD) - 1973
  8. [PM] Konrad Lorenz (M.D) - 1973
  9. [PM] Robert Bárány (M.D) - 1914
  10. [Ec.] Friedrich Hayek (PhD) - 1974
  11. [Li.] Elfriede Jelinek (Attendee) - 2004
  12. [Li.] Elias Canetti (B.S) - 1981
  1. [Ph.] Erwin Schrödinger (Professor) - 1933
  2. [Ph.] Victor Francis Hess (Professor) - 1936
  3. [Ch.] Hans Fischer (Professor) - 1930
  4. [PM] Karl Landsteiner (Professor) - 1930
  5. [PM] Otto Loewi (Professor) - 1936
  1. [Ch.] Richard Adolf Zsigmondy (Researcher) - 1925

42nd

Affiliations Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Temporary academic staff
University of Washington, United States
15
  1. [PM] George H. Hitchings (B.S) - 1988
  2. [PM] Jeffrey C. Hall (PhD) - 2017
  3. [PM] Linda B. Buck (B.S) - 2004
  4. [PM] Martin Rodbell (PhD) - 1994
  5. [Ec.] George Stigler (B.A) - 1982
  1. [Ph.] David J. Thouless (Professor) - 2016*
  2. [Ph.] Hans G. Dehmelt (Professor) - 1989*
  3. [PM] Edmond H. Fischer (Professor) - 1992*
  4. [PM] E. Donnall Thomas (Professor) - 1990
  5. [PM] Edwin G. Krebs (Professor) - 1992*
  6. [PM] Leland H. Hartwell (Professor) - 2001
  7. [PM] Linda B. Buck (Professor) - 2004
  8. [Ec.] Douglass North (Professor) - 1993
  9. [Ec.] William F. Sharpe (Professor) - 1990
  1. [Ph.] David J. Wineland (Postdoctoral Researcher) - 2012

42nd

Affiliations Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Temporary academic staff
Uppsala University, Sweden
15 (University Count 8)[183]
  1. [Ph.] Hannes Alfvén (PhD) - 1970
  2. [Ch.] Arne Tiselius (B.A, PhD) - 1948
  3. [Ch.] Svante Arrhenius (PhD) - 1930
  4. [Ch.] Theodor Svedberg (B.A, PhD) - 1926
  5. [Li.] Erik Axel Karlfeldt (B.A) - 1931
  6. [Li.] Pär Lagerkvist (Attendee) - 1951
  7. [Pe.] Alva Myrdal (M.S) - 1982
  8. [Pe.] Dag Hammarskjöld (M.A) - 1961
  9. [Pe.] Hjalmar Branting (Attendee) - 1921
  10. [Pe.] Nathan Söderblom (B.A) - 1930
  1. [Ph.] Kai Siegbahn (Professor) - 1981*
  2. [Ph.] Manne Siegbahn (Professor) - 1924*
  3. [PM] Allvar Gullstrand (Professor) - 1911*
  4. [PM] Hugo Theorell (Associate Professor) - 1955
  5. [PM] Robert Bárány (Professor) - 1914

48th

Affiliations Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Temporary academic staff
École Normale Supérieure, France
Notes: 1) Samuel Beckett is included in the following list but not the University Count.
14 (University Count 13)[184]
  1. [Ph.] Albert Fert (B.A) - 2007
  2. [Ph.] Alfred Kastler (B.A) - 1966
  3. [Ph.] Claude Cohen-Tannoudji (B.A) - 1997
  4. [Ph.] Gabriel Lippmann (B.A) - 1908
  5. [Ph.] Jean Perrin (B.A, PhD) - 1926
  6. [Ph.] Louis Néel (B.A) - 1970
  7. [Ph.] Pierre-Gilles de Gennes (B.A) - 1991
  8. [Ch.] Paul Sabatier (B.A) - 1912
  9. [Ec.] Gérard Debreu (Attendee) - 1983
  10. [Li.] Henri Bergson (B.A) - 1927
  11. [Li.] Jean-Paul Sartre (M.A) - 1964
  12. [Li.] Romain Rolland (B.A) - 1915
  1. [Ph.] Serge Haroche (Professor) - 2012*
  2. [Li.] Samuel Beckett (Lecturer) - 1969
  1. [Ph.] Nicolaas Bloembergen (Visiting Lecturer) - 1981

48th

Affiliations Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Temporary academic staff
University of Würzburg, Germany
14 (University Count 14)[185]
  1. [Ph.] Klaus von Klitzing (PhD) - 1985
  2. [Ch.] Hartmut Michel (PhD) - 1988
  3. [Ch.] Walther Nernst (PhD) - 1920
  4. [PM] Hans Spemann (PhD) - 1935
  1. [Ph.] Johannes Stark (Professor) - 1919
  2. [Ph.] Wilhelm Röntgen (Professor) - 1901
  3. [Ph.] Wilhelm Wien (Professor) - 1911*
  4. [Ch.] Eduard Buchner (Professor) - 1907
  5. [Ch.] Hartmut Michel (Assistant Professor) - 1988
  6. [Ch.] Hermann Emil Fischer (Professor) - 1902
  7. [PM] Harald zur Hausen (Professor) - 2008
  1. [Ph.] Karl Ferdinand Braun (Research Assistant) - 1909
  2. [Ph.] Max von Laue (Researcher) - 1914
  3. [Ch.] Svante Arrhenius (Researcher) - 1903
  4. [PM] Hans Spemann (Lecturer) - 1935
  5. [PM] Karl Landsteiner (Researcher) - 1930

50th

Affiliations Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Temporary academic staff
King's College London, United Kingdom
12 (University Count 12)[186]
  1. [Ph.] Peter Higgs (B.S, M.S, PhD) - 2013
  2. [Ch.] Michael Levitt (B.S) - 2013
  3. [PM] Frederick Gowland Hopkins (Attendee) - 1929
  4. [Pe.] Desmond Tutu (B.D, M.Th) - 1984
  1. [Ph.] Charles Barkla (Professor) - 1917
  2. [Ph.] Edward Appleton (Professor) - 1947
  3. [Ph.] Owen Richardson (Professor) - 1928
  4. [PM] Charles Scott Sherrington (Lecturer) - 1932
  5. [PM] James W. Black (Professor) - 1988*
  6. [PM] Maurice Wilkins (Professor) - 1962*
  1. [PM] Frederick Gowland Hopkins (Lecturer) - 1929
  2. [PM] Max Theiler (Postdoctoral Researcher) - 1951
  3. [Pe.] Desmond Tutu (Visiting Professor) - 1984
  4. [Li.] Mario Vargas Llosa (Lecturer) - 2010

50th

Affiliations Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Temporary academic staff
McGill University, Canada
12
  1. [Ph.] Val L. Fitch (B.Eng) - 1980
  2. [Ph.] Willard Boyle (B.S, PhD) - 2009
  3. [Ch.] Rudolph Marcus (B.S, PhD) - 1992
  4. [PM] Jack W. Szostak (B.S) - 2009
  5. [PM] Ralph M. Steinman (B.S) - 2011
  6. [PM] Andrew Schally (B.S, PhD) - 1992
  7. [PM] David H. Hubel (B.S, M.D) - 1981
  8. [PM] John O'Keefe (PhD) - 2014
  1. [Ch.] Ernest Rutherford (Professor) - 1908
  1. [Ph.] Frederick Soddy (Demonstrator) - 1921
  2. [Ch.] Otto Hahn (Researcher) - 1944
  3. [Ec.] Robert Mundell[187] (Repap Professor) - 1999

50th

Affiliations Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Temporary academic staff
Tufts University, United States
12
  1. [Ch.] Roderick MacKinnon (M.D) - 2003
  2. [Ec.] Eugene F. Fama (B.A) - 2013
  3. [Pe.] Juan Manuel Santos[188] (Fulbright Scholar) - 2016
  1. [Ph.] Rainer Weiss (Assistant Professor) - 2017
  2. [PM] Allan M. Cormack (Professor) - 1979*
  1. [Ch.] Mario Molina[189] (Researcher) - 2003
  2. [Ec.] Paul Samuelson[190] (Fletcher) - 1945
  3. [Ec.] Wassily Leontief[191] (Researcher) - 1993
  4. [Ec.] Amartya Sen[192] (Researcher) - 2003
  5. [Ec.] Joseph Stiglitz [193] (Researcher) - 2008
  6. [Pe.] Mohamed ElBaradei[194] (Visitor) - 2005
  7. [Pe.] Wangari Maathai [195] (Researcher) - 2008

50th

Affiliations Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Temporary academic staff
University of Bristol, United Kingdom
Notes: 1) Contrary to the following list, the University Count includes Harold Pinter, who was a honorary doctor of the university.
12 (University Count 13)[196]
  1. [Ph.] Nevill Mott (Attendee) - 1977
  2. [Ph.] Paul Dirac (B.S) - 1933
  3. [Li.] Jean-Marie Gustave Le Clézio (Attendee) - 2008
  1. [Ph.] Cecil Frank Powell (Professor) - 1950*
  2. [Ph.] Nevill Mott (Professor) - 1977
  3. [Ch.] Dorothy Hodgkin (Chancellor) - 1964
  4. [Ch.] William Ramsay (Professor) - 1904
  5. [PM] Paul Nurse (Chancellor) - 2001
  6. [Li.] Winston Churchill (Chancellor) - 1953*
  7. [Ec.] Angus Deaton (Professor) - 2015
  1. [Ph.] Hans Albrecht Bethe (Research Fellow) - 1967
  2. [Ch.] Gerhard Herzberg (Postdoctoral Researcher) - 1971
  3. [PM] Max Delbrück (Researcher) - 1969

50th

Affiliations Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Temporary academic staff
University of Kiel, Germany[197]
12
  1. [Ch.] Kurt Alder (M.A, PhD) - 1950
  2. [PM] Gerhard Domagk (M.D) - 1939
  3. [PM] Günter Blobel (Attendee) - 1999
  4. [PM] Walter Rudolf Hess (Attendee) - 1949
  5. [Li.] Theodor Mommsen (J.D, PhD) - 1902
  1. [Ph.] Max Planck (Associate Professor) - 1918
  2. [Ph.] Philipp Lenard (Professor) - 1905*
  3. [Ph.] Wolfgang Paul (Associate Professor) - 1989
  4. [Ch.] Otto Diels (Professor) - 1950*
  5. [PM] Otto Fritz Meyerhof (Associate Professor) - 1922*
  1. [Ch.] Eduard Buchner (Adjunct Professor) - 1907
  2. [Ec.] Wassily Leontief (Adjunct Professor) - 1973

Other universities (55th- )[edit]

55th

Affiliations Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Temporary academic staff
Duke University, United States
11
  1. [Ph.] Charles H. Townes (M.A) - 1964
  2. [Ph.] Robert Coleman Richardson (PhD) - 1996
  1. [Ch.] Paul L. Modrich (Professor) - 2015*
  2. [Ch.] Peter Agre (Professor) - 2003
  3. [Ch.] Robert J. Lefkowitz (Professor) - 2012*
  1. [Ph.] Hans Dehmelt (Postdoctoral Researcher) - 1989
  2. [Ch.] Brian Kobilka (Postdoctoral Researcher) - 2012
  3. [PM] George H. Hitchings (Adjunct Professor) - 1988
  4. [PM] Gertrude B. Elion (Adjunct Professor) - 1988
  5. [PM] Martin Rodbell (Adjunct Professor) - 1994
  6. [Li.] Wole Soyinka (Visitor) - 1986

55th

Affiliations Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Temporary academic staff
Moscow State University, Russia
11 (University Count 11)[198]
  1. [Ph.] Alexei Alexeyevich Abrikosov (B.A) - 2003
  2. [Ph.] Igor Tamm (PhD) - 1958
  3. [Ph.] Ilya Frank (B.A, PhD) - 1958
  4. [Ph.] Vitaly Ginzburg (PhD) - 2003
  5. [Li.] Boris Pasternak (Attendee) - 1958
  6. [Pe.] Andrei Sakharov (B.A) - 1975
  7. [Pe.] Mikhail Gorbachev (B.A) - 1990
  1. [Ph.] Alexander Prokhorov (Professor) - 1964
  2. [Ph.] Lev Landau (Professor) - 1962
  3. [Ph.] Pyotr Kapitsa (Professor) - 1978
  4. [Ch.] Nikolay Semyonov (Professor) - 1956

55th

Affiliations Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Temporary academic staff
Northwestern University, United States
11
  1. [PM] Robert F. Furchgott (PhD) - 1998
  2. [Ec.] George Stigler (MBA) - 1982
  3. [Li.] Saul Bellow (B.A) - 1976
  1. [Ch.] Fraser Stoddart (Professor) - 2016*
  2. [Ch.] John Pople (Professor) - 1998*
  3. [Ec.] Bengt Holmström (Associate Professor) - 2016
  4. [Ec.] Dale Mortensen (Professor) - 2010*
  5. [Ec.] Roger Myerson (Professor) - 2007
  1. [Ec.] Edward Prescott (Visiting Professor) - 2004
  2. [Ec.] Leonid Hurwicz (Visiting Professor) - 2007
  3. [Pe.] Ralph Bunche (Postdoctoral Researcher) - 1950

55th

Affiliations Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Temporary academic staff
University of Birmingham, United Kingdom
11 (University Count 11)[199][200]
  1. [Ch.] Francis Aston (B.S, PhD) - 1922
  2. [PM] John Vane (B.S) - 1982
  3. [PM] Maurice Wilkins (PhD) - 1962
  4. [PM] Paul Nurse (B.S) - 2001
  1. [Ph.] David J. Thouless (Professor) - 2016
  2. [Ph.] John M. Kosterlitz (Professor) - 2016
  3. [Ch.] Fraser Stoddart (Professor) - 2016
  4. [Ch.] Sir Norman Haworth (Professor) - 1937*
  5. [PM] Sir Peter Medawar (Professor) - 1960
  6. [Pe.] Lord Robert Cecil (Chancellor) - 1937
  1. [Ph.] John Robert Schrieffer (Researcher) - 1972
  2. [Ch.] Francis Aston (Lecturer) - 1922

55th

Affiliations Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Temporary academic staff
University of California, Santa Barbara, United States
11 (University Count 6)[201]
  1. [PM] Carol Greider (B.A) - 2009
  1. [Ph.] David Gross (Professor) - 2004*
  2. [Ph.] Frank Wilczek (Professor) - 2004
  3. [Ph.] Herbert Kroemer (Professor) - 2000*
  4. [Ph.] John Robert Schrieffer (Professor) - 1972
  5. [Ph.] Shuji Nakamura (Professor) - 2014*
  6. [Ch.] Alan Heeger (Professor) - 2000*
  7. [Ch.] Walter Kohn (Professor) - 1998*
  8. [Ec.] Edward Prescott (Professor) - 2004
  9. [Ec.] Finn Kydland (Professor) - 2004*
  1. [Ph.] Kip Thorne (Researcher) - 2017

55th

Affiliations Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Temporary academic staff
University of Colorado, Boulder, United States
Notes: 1) The University Count of UC Boulder only includes laureates who received the prize when they were at the university.
11 (University Count 4)[202]
  1. [Ch.] Sidney Altman (PhD) - 1989
  2. [PM] Craig C. Mello (Attendee) - 2006
  3. [Pe.] Ellen Johnson Sirleaf (Attendee) - 2011
  1. [Ph.] Carl E. Wieman (Professor) - 2001*
  2. [Ph.] David J. Wineland (Professor) - 2012*
  3. [Ph.] Eric A. Cornell (Professor) - 2001*
  4. [Ph.] Herbert Kroemer (Professor) - 2000
  5. [Ph.] John L. Hall (Professor) - 2005*
  6. [Ch.] Thomas R. Cech (Professor) - 1989*
  1. [Ph.] Norman Foster Ramsey, Jr. (Researcher) - 1989
  2. [PM] Stanley Cohen (Researcher) - 1986

55th

Affiliations Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Temporary academic staff
University of Tokyo, Japan
11
  1. [Ph.] Leo Esaki (B.S, PhD) - 1973
  2. [Ph.] Masatoshi Koshiba (B.S) - 2002
  3. [Ph.] Sin-Itiro Tomonaga (PhD) - 1965
  4. [Ph.] Takaaki Kajita (PhD) - 2015
  5. [Ph.] Yoichiro Nambu (B.S, PhD) - 2008
  6. [Ch.] Ei-ichi Negishi (B.S) - 2010
  7. [PM] Satoshi Omura (PhD) - 2015
  8. [PM] Yoshinori Ohsumi (B.S, PhD) - 2016
  9. [Pe.] Eisaku Sato (B.A) - 1974
  10. [Li.] Kenzaburō Ōe (Attendee) - 1994
  11. [Li.] Yasunari Kawabata (B.A) - 1968
  1. [Ph.] Masatoshi Koshiba (Professor) - 2002*
  2. [Ph.] Takaaki Kajita (Professor) - 2015*
  3. [PM] Yoshinori Ohsumi (Associate Professor) - 2016

55th

Affiliations Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Temporary academic staff
University of Utrecht, Netherlands
Notes: 1) The "designated winner in the University Count, Rudolf Magnus, was not an actual Nobel prize winner."
11 (University Count 12)[203]
  1. [Ph.] Gerardus 't Hooft (PhD) - 1999
  2. [Ph.] Martinus J.G. Veltman (PhD) - 1999
  3. [Ph.] Nicolaas Bloembergen (Attendee) - 1981
  4. [Ph.] Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen (Attendee) - 1901
  5. [Ch.] Jacobus Henricus van 't Hoff (PhD) - 1901
  6. [PM] Willem Einthoven (M.D) - 1924
  7. [Ec.] Tjalling C. Koopmans (B.A) - 1975
  1. [Ph.] Gerardus 't Hooft (Professor) - 1999*
  2. [Ph.] Martinus J.G. Veltman (Professor) - 1999
  3. [Ch.] Leopold Ružička (Professor) - 1939
  4. [Ch.] Peter Debye (Professor) - 1936
  5. [PM] Christiaan Eijkman (Professor) - 1929
  1. [Ch.] Paul Crutzen (Adjunct Professor) - 1995
Affiliations Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Temporary academic staff
Kyoto University, Japan
10
  1. [Ph.] Hideki Yukawa (B.S, PhD) - 1991
  2. [Ph.] Isamu Akasaki (B.S) - 2014
  3. [Ph.] Sin-Itiro Tomonaga (B.S, PhD) - 1965
  4. [Ch.] Kenichi Fukui (B.S) - 1981
  5. [Ch.] Ryoji Noyori (B.S, PhD) - 2001
  6. [PM] Susumu Tonegawa (B.S) - 1987
  1. [Ph.] Hideki Yukawa (Professor) - 1949*
  2. [Ph.] Toshihide Maskawa (Professor) - 2008*
  3. [Ch.] Kenichi Fukui (Professor) - 1981*
  4. [PM] Shinya Yamanaka (Professor) - 2012*
  1. [Ph.] Makoto Kobayashi (Research Associate) - 2008
  2. [Pe.] Aung San Suu Kyi (Visiting Fellow) - 1991
Purdue University, United States
10
  1. [Ph.] Ben Roy Mottelson (B.S) - 1975
  2. [Ph.] Edward Mills Purcell (BSEE) - 1952
  3. [Ch.] John B. Fenn (Attendee) - 2002
  1. [Ch.] Ei-ichi Negishi (Professor) - 2010*
  2. [Ch.] Herbert C. Brown (Professor) - 1979*
  3. [Ec.] Vernon L. Smith (Professor) - 2002
  1. [Ph.] Clinton Davisson (Research Assistant) - 1937
  2. [Ph.] Julian Schwinger (Instructor) - 1965
  3. [Ph.] Wolfgang Pauli[204] (Visiting Professor) - 1945
  4. [Ch.] Akira Suzuki (Postdoctoral Researcher) - 2010
University of Texas at Austin, United States
10
  1. [PM] E. Donnall Thomas (B.A, M.A) - 1990
  2. [PM] Michael W. Young (B.S, PhD) - 2017
  3. [Li.] John Maxwell Coetzee (PhD) - 2003
  1. [Ph.] Steven Weinberg[205] (Professor) - 1979
  2. [Ch.] Ilya Prigogine[206] (Professor) - 1977*
  3. [PM] Hermann J. Muller (Professor) - 1946
  1. [PM] George Davis Snell (Postdoctoral Researcher) - 1980
  2. [Ec.] Finn E. Kydland[207] (Researcher) - 2004
  3. [Ec.] Gunnar Myrdal[208] (Visiting Professor) - 1974
  4. [Pe.] Alva Myrdal[208] (Visiting Professor) - 1982
University of Toronto, Canada
10
  1. [Ph.] Arthur L. Schawlow (B.A, PhD) - 1981
  2. [Ph.] Bertram Brockhouse (PhD) - 1994
  3. [Pe.] James Orbinski (M.A.) - 1999
  4. [Ch.] Walter Kohn (M.A) - 1998
  5. [PM] Frederick Banting (M.B) - 1923
  6. [Pe.] Lester B. Pearson (B.A) - 1957
  7. [Li.] William Faulkner (Attendee) - 1949
  1. [Ch.] John Charles Polanyi (Professor) - 1986*
  2. [PM] Frederick Banting (Professor) - 1923*
  3. [PM] John James Richard Macleod (Professor) - 1923*
  1. [PM] Oliver Smithies (Researcher) - 2007
  2. [Pe.] Lester B. Pearson (Lecturer) - 1957
University of Basel, Switzerland
10
  1. [Ch.] Jacques Dubochet (PhD) - 2017
  2. [Ch.] Kurt Wüthrich (PhD) - 2002
  3. [PM] Paul Hermann Müller (PhD) - 1948
  4. [PM] Rolf Zinkernagel (M.D) - 1996
  5. [Pe.] Charles Albert Gobat (Attendee) - 1902
  6. [Li.] Carl Spitteler (Attendee) - 1919
  1. [PM] Tadeus Reichstein (Professor) - 1950*
  2. [PM] Werner Arber (Professor) - 1978*
  1. [Ch.] Sune Bergström (Research Fellow) - 1982
  2. [PM] Eric F. Wieschaus (Researcher) - 1995
Ranking Break
Eberhard Karls University of Tübingen, Germany
9
  1. [Ch.] Georg Wittig (Attendee) - 1979
  2. [Ch.] Hartmut Michel (B.S) - 1988
  3. [Ch.] William Ramsay (PhD) - 1904
  4. [PM] Bert Sakmann (Attendee) - 1991
  5. [PM] Christiane Nüsslein-Volhard (PhD) - 1995
  6. [PM] Günter Blobel (M.D) - 1999
  1. [Ph.] Karl Ferdinand Braun (Professor) - 1909
  2. [Ch.] Adolf Butenandt (Professor) - 1939
  3. [Ch.] Eduard Buchner (Professor) - 1907
  4. [Ch.] Georg Wittig (Professor) - 1979*
Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, Russia
9
  1. [Ph.] Andre Geim (PhD) - 2010
  2. [Ph.] Konstantin Novoselov (M.S) - 2010
  1. [Ph.] Aleksandr Prokhorov (Professor) - 1964
  2. [Ph.] Alexei Abrikosov (Professor) - 2003
  3. [Ph.] Igor Tamm (Professor) - 1958
  4. [Ph.] Lev Landau (Professor) - 1962
  5. [Ph.] Pyotr Kapitsa (Professor) - 1978
  6. [Ph.] Vitaly Ginzburg (Professor) - 2003
  7. [Ch.] Nikolay Semyonov (Professor) - 1956
Sapienza University of Rome, Italy
9
  1. [Ph.] Emilio G. Segrè (B.S) - 1959
  2. [PM] Salvador E. Luria (Attendee) - 1969
  3. [Ec.] Franco Modigliani (J.D) - 1985
  4. [Li.] Luigi Pirandello (Attendee) - 1934
  5. [Li.] Salvatore Quasimodo (Attendee) - 1959
  1. [Ph.] Carlo Rubbia[209] (Assistant Professor) - 1985
  2. [Ph.] Emilio G. Segrè (Assistant Professor) - 1959
  3. [Ph.] Enrico Fermi (Professor) - 1938*
  4. [Ch.] Giulio Natta (Professor) - 1963
  5. [PM] Daniel Bovet (Professor) - 1957
University of Graz, Austria
9
  1. [Ph.] Victor Francis Hess (B.S, PhD) - 1936
  2. [Ch.] Fritz Pregl (M.D) - 1923*
  3. [Ch.] Walther Nernst (Attendee) - 1920
  4. [Li.] Ivo Andric (PhD) - 1961
  1. [Ph.] Erwin Schrödinger (Professor) - 1933
  2. [Ph.] Victor Francis Hess (Professor) - 1936
  3. [Ch.] Fritz Pregl (Professor) - 1923*
  4. [PM] Julius Wagner-Jauregg (Professor) - 1927
  5. [PM] Karl von Frisch (Professor) - 1973
  6. [PM] Otto Loewi (Professor) - 1936*
University of Liverpool, United Kingdom
9 (University Count 9)[210]
  1. [Ph.] Charles Barkla (B.S) - 1917
  2. [PM] Har Gobind Khorana (PhD) - 1968
  3. [PM] Rodney Porter (B.S) - 1972
  4. [Pe.] Joseph Rotblat (PhD) - 1995
  1. [Ph.] James Chadwick (Professor) - 1935*
  2. [Ch.] Robert Robinson (Professor) - 1947
  3. [PM] Charles Scott Sherrington (Professor) - 1932
  4. [PM] Ronald Ross[211] (Professor) - 1902*
  1. [Ec.] Ronald Coase (Assistant Lecturer) - 1991
University of Rochester, United States
Note: See also List of Nobel Laureates affiliated with the University of Rochester
9
  1. [Ph.] Masatoshi Koshiba (PhD) - 2002
  2. [Ph.] Steven Chu (B.A, B.S) - 1997
  3. [Ch.] Vincent du Vigneaud (PhD) - 1955
  4. [PM] Arthur Kornberg (M.D, DSc) - 1959
  5. [PM] D. Carleton Gajdusek (B.S) - 1976
  6. [Ec.] Richard Thaler (PhD) - 2017
  1. [PM] George Hoyt Whipple (Professor) - 1934*
  2. [PM] Henrik Dam (Professor) - 1943*
  3. [Ec.] Robert Fogel (Professor) - 1993
  4. [Ec.] Richard Thaler (Assistant Professor) - 2017
Ranking Break
Boston University, United States
8 (University Count 4)[212]
  1. [Pe.] Martin Luther King, Jr. (PhD) - 1964
  2. [Pe.] Óscar Arias (Attendee) - 1987
  1. [Ph.] Sheldon Lee Glashow (Professor) - 1979
  2. [Ch.] Osamu Shimomura (Professor) - 2008*
  3. [Pe.] Elie Wiesel (Professor) - 1986
  4. [Li.] Derek Walcott (Professor) - 1992
  5. [Li.] Saul Bellow[213] (Professor) - 1976
  1. [Ph.] Daniel C. Tsui (Research Professor) - 1998
Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Isarel
8 (University Count: 8)[214]
  1. [Ph.] Albert Einstein (Founder) - 1921
  2. [Ph.] David Gross (B.S, M.S) - 2004
  3. [Ch.] Aaron Ciechanover (M.S) - 2004
  4. [Ch.] Ada Yonath (B.S, M.S) - 2009
  5. [Ch.] Avram Hershko (M.D, PhD) - 2004
  6. [Ec.] Daniel Kahneman (B.A) - 2002
  1. [Ec.] Daniel Kahneman (Professor) - 2002
  2. [Ec.] Robert J. Aumann (Professor) - 2005*
  1. [Ch.] Roger D. Kornberg (Visiting Professor) - 2006
Indiana University, United States
Note: 1) Receiving only an honorary degree from Indiana University, Ferid Murad is excluded from this list, contrary to the University Count.)
8 (University Count 9)[215]
  1. [PM] James Dewey Watson (PhD) - 1962
  1. [PM] Hermann J. Muller (Professor) - 1946*
  2. [PM] Salvador E. Luria (Associate Professor) - 1969
  3. [Ec.] Elinor Ostrom (Professor) - 2009*
  1. [Ph.] J. Hans D. Jensen[216] (Visiting Professor) - 1963
  2. [Ph.] Riccardo Giacconi (Researcher) - 2002
  3. [PM] Renato Dulbecco (Researcher) - 1975
  4. [Ec.] Oliver E. Williamson[217] (Visiting Professor) - 2009
Queen Mary, University of London, United Kingdom
Note: 1) The following list as well as the University Count includes affiliates with St Bartholomew's Hospital, which was an antecedent of the University.
8 (University Count: 8)[218]
  1. [PM] Peter Mansfield (B.S) - 2003
  1. [PM] John Vane (St Bartholomew's Hospital) - 1982
  2. [Pe.] Joseph Rotblat (St Bartholomew's Hospital) - 1995
  1. [Ph.] Charles Kuen Kao (Visiting Researcher) - 2009
  2. [PM] Edgar Adrian[219] (St Bartholomew's Hospital) - 1932
  3. [PM] Henry Hallett Dale[220] (St Bartholomew's Hospital) - 1936
  4. [PM] Ronald Ross[221] (St Bartholomew's Hospital) - 1902
  5. [Li.] Mario Vargas Llosa[222] (Visiting Professor) - 2010
University of British Columbia, Canada
8
  1. [Ph.] Bertram Brockhouse (B.A) - 1994
  2. [Ec.] Robert Mundell (B.A) - 1999
  1. [Ph.] Carl Wieman (Professor) - 2001
  2. [Ph.] Hans G. Dehmelt (Researcher) - 1989
  3. [Ch.] Michael Smith (Professor) - 1993*
  4. [PM] Har Gobind Khorana (Professor) - 1968
  5. [Ec.] Daniel Kahneman (Professor) - 2002
  1. [Ch.] Michael Smith (Postdoctoral Researcher) - 1993
  2. [Ec.] Richard Thaler (Visiting Associate Professor)[77] - 2017
University of Geneva, Switzerland
Note: 1) Please distinguish Graduate Institute Geneva from the University of Geneva, although mutual partnership may exist.
8
  1. [PM] Jacques Dubochet (MS) - 2017
  2. [PM] Daniel Bovet (PhD) - 1957
  3. [PM] Edmond H. Fischer (PhD) - 1992
  4. [Pe.] Norman Angell (Attendee) - 1933
  1. [PM] Niels Kaj Jerne (Professor) - 1984
  1. [Ch.] Alan J. Heeger[223] (Visiting Professor)
  2. [PM] Martin Rodbell (Visitor) - 1994
  3. [PM] Werner Arber (Researcher) - 1978
University of Leipzig, Germany
Note: 1) This university was once named Karl Marx University.
8
  1. [Ph.] Felix Bloch (PhD) - 1952
  2. [Ph.] Sin-Itiro Tomonaga (Graduate Attendee) - 1965
  1. [Ph.] Gustav Ludwig Hertz (Professor) - 1925
  2. [Ph.] Werner Heisenberg (Professor) - 1932*
  3. [Ch.] Peter Debye (Professor) - 1936
  4. [Ch.] Wilhelm Ostwald (Professor) - 1909*
  5. [Pe.] Nathan Söderblom (Professor) - 1930
  6. [Li.] Theodor Mommsen (Professor) - 1902
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, United States
8
  1. [PM] Robert F. Furchgott (B.S) - 1998
  1. [Ch.] Aziz Sancar (Professor) - 2015*
  2. [PM] Oliver Smithies (Professor) - 2007*
  1. [Ch.] Peter Agre (Researcher) - 2003
  2. [Ch.] Rudolph Marcus (Researcher) - 1992
  3. [PM] George H. Hitchings (Adjunct Professor) - 1988
  4. [PM] Gertrude B. Elion (Adjunct Professor) - 1988
  5. [PM] Martin Rodbell (Adjunct Professor) - 1994
University of Oslo, Norway
Note: 1) The University Count only includes faculty members.
8 (University Count: 5)[224]
  1. [PM] Edvard Moser (B.A, PhD) - 2014
  2. [PM] May-Britt Moser (B.A, PhD) - 2014
  3. [Pe.] Christian Lous Lange (PhD) - 1921
  4. [Pe.] Fridtjof Nansen (B.S, PhD) - 1922
  1. [Ph.] Ivar Giæver (Professor) - 1973
  2. [Ch.] Odd Hassel (Professor) - 1969*
  3. [Ec.] Ragnar Frisch (Professor) - 1969*
  4. [Ec.] Trygve Haavelmo (Professor) - 1989*
  5. [Pe.] Fridtjof Nansen (Professor) - 1922
Ranking Break
Bonn University, Germany
Note: 1) The University Count of Bonn only includes faculty members who received the Nobel prizes when they were working at Bonn University.
7 (University Count: 2)[225]
  1. [PM] Harald zur Hausen (Undergraduate Attendee) - 2008
  2. [Li.] Luigi Pirandello (PhD) - 1934
  3. [Li.] Paul Johann Ludwig von Heyse (PhD) - 1910
  1. [Ph.] Wolfgang Paul (Professor) - 1989*
  2. [Ch.] Otto Wallach (Professor) - 1910
  3. [Ec.] Reinhard Selten (Professor) - 1994*
  1. [Ph.] Philipp Lenard (Research Assistant) - 1905
Brown University, United States
7
  1. [PM] Craig C. Mello (B.S) - 2006
  1. [Ph.] Leon Neil Cooper (Professor) - 1972*
  2. [Ph.] John M. Kosterlitz (Professor) - 2016*
  3. [Ec.] Vernon L. Smith (Professor) - 2002
  1. [Ch.] Lars Onsager (Instructor) - 1968
  2. [PM] George Davis Snell (Lecturer) - 1980
  3. [Ec.] George Stigler (Visitor) - 1982
Complutense University of Madrid, Spain
7 (University Count: 7)[226]
  1. [PM] Santiago Ramon y Cajal (M.D) - 1906*
  2. [PM] Severo Ochoa (Medical Degree) - 1959
  3. [Li.] Camilo José Cela (Undergraduate Attendee) - 1989
  4. [Li.] Jacinto Benavente (Law Degree) - 1977
  5. [Li.] Mario Vargas Llosa (PhD) - 2010
  6. [Li.] Vicente Aleixandre (Undergraduate Attendee) - 1922
  1. [PM] Santiago Ramon y Cajal (Professor) - 1906*
  2. [PM] Severo Ochoa (Professor) - 1959
  3. [Li.] Jose Echegaray (Professor) - 1904
Saint Petersburg State University, Russia
Note: 1) Saint Petersburg State University has different names (e.g, Leningrad State University) during different periods.

2) Although Joseph Brodsky had close ties with the city of Saint Petersburg, there is no evidence that he was formally affiliated with the university at any time.

7
  1. [Ph.] Lev Landau (B.S) - 1962
  2. [Ph.] Alexander Prokhorov (B.S) - 1964
  3. [PM] Ivan Pavlov (B.S) - 1904
  4. [PM] Ilya Mechnikov (PhD) - 1908
  5. [Ch.] Nikolay Semyonov (B.S) - 1956
  6. [Ec.] Wassily Leontief (M.A) - 1973
  7. [Ec.] Leonid Kantorovich (B.S, PhD) - 1975
University of Amsterdam, Netherlands
7
  1. [Ph.] Frits Zernike (B.S) - 1953
  2. [PM] Christiaan Eijkman (Medical Degree) - 1929
  3. [Pe.] Tobias Asser (Undergraduate Attendee) - 1911
  1. [Ph.] Johannes Diderik van der Waals (Professor) - 1910*
  2. [Ph.] Pieter Zeeman (Professor) - 1902*
  3. [Ch.] Jacobus Henricus van 't Hoff (Professor) - 1901
  4. [Ec.] Jan Tinbergen (Professor) - 1969
  5. [Pe.] Tobias Asser (Professor) - 1911
University of Glasgow, United Kingdom
7 (University Count: 7)[227]
  1. [Ch.] William Ramsay (Undergraduate Attendee) - 1904
  2. [Ch.] Alexander Robertus Todd (B.S) - 1957
  3. [Pe.] John Boyd Orr (B.S) - 1949
  1. [PM] James W. Black (Professor) - 1988
  2. [Ch.] Derek Barton (Professor) - 1969
  1. [Ph.] Frederick Soddy (Lecturer) - 1921
  2. [PM] Robert Edwards (Researcher) - 2010
University of Maryland, College Park, United States
7
  1. [Ph.] Raymond Davis (B.S) - 2002
  2. [Ch.] Herbert A. Hauptman (PhD) - 1985
  1. [Ph.] William D. Phillips (Professor) - 1997
  2. [Ec.] Thomas C. Schelling (Professor) - 2005*
  3. [Li.] Juan Ramon Jimenez (Professor) - 1956
  1. [Ph.] Hannes Alfvén (Fulbright Scholar) - 1970
  2. [Ph.] John C. Mather (Adjunct Professor) - 2006
University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, United States
7 (University Count: 5)[228]
  1. [PM] Linda B. Buck (PhD) - 2004
  1. [Ch.] Johann Deisenhofer (Professor) - 1988*
  2. [PM] Alfred G. Gilman (Professor) - 1994*
  3. [PM] Bruce Beutler (Professor) - 2011*
  4. [PM] Joseph L. Goldstein (Professor) - 1985*
  5. [PM] Michael S. Brown (Professor) - 1985*
  6. [PM] Thomas C. Südhof (Professor) - 2013
University of Southern California, United States
7 (University Count 5)[229]
  1. [Ph.] Duncan Haldane (Professor) - 2016
  2. [Ph.] Murray Gell-Mann (Professor) - 1969
  3. [Ch.] Arieh Warshel (Professor) - 2013*
  4. [Ch.] George Andrew Olah (Professor) - 1994*
  5. [Ec.] Daniel McFadden (Professor) - 2000
  1. [PM] Werner Arber (Visitor) - 1978
  2. [Ec.] James Heckman (Scholar in Residence) - 2000
University of Virginia, United States
7
  1. [Pe.] Woodrow Wilson (Attendee) - 1919
  1. [PM] Alfred G. Gilman (Professor) - 1994
  2. [PM] Barry Marshall (Professor) - 2005
  3. [PM] Ferid Murad (Professor) - 1998
  4. [Ec.] James M. Buchanan (Professor) - 1986
  5. [Ec.] Ronald Coase (Professor) - 1991
  1. [Li.] William Faulkner (Writer in Residence) - 1949
Vanderbilt University, United States
7 (University Count 6)[230]
  1. [Ch.] Stanford Moore (B.S) - 1972
  2. [Pe.] Al Gore (Attendee) - 2007
  3. [Pe.] Muhammad Yunus (PhD) - 2006
  1. [PM] Earl W. Sutherland, Jr. (Professor) - 1971*
  2. [PM] Stanley Cohen (Professor) - 1986*
  1. [PM] Max Delbrück (Visitor) - 1969
  2. [PM] Paul Greengard (Researcher) - 2000
Ranking Break
Amherst College, United States
6
  1. [Ph.] Henry W. Kendall (B.S) - 1990
  2. [PM] Harold E. Varmus (B.A) - 1989
  3. [PM] Jeffrey C. Hall (B.S) - 2017
  4. [Ec.] Edmund Phelps (B.A) - 2006
  5. [Ec.] Joseph E. Stiglitz (B.A) - 2001
  1. [PM] Hermann J. Muller (Researcher & Lecturer) - 1946
Australian National University, Australia
6 (University Count: 6)[231]
  1. [PM] Rolf Zinkernagel (PhD) - 1975
  1. [Ph.] Brian Schmidt (Professor) - 2011*
  2. [PM] Howard Walter Florey (Chancellor) - 1945
  3. [PM] John Carew Eccles (Professor) - 1963*
  4. [PM] Peter C. Doherty (Professor) - 1996
  1. [PM] Peter C. Doherty (Research Fellow) - 1996
  2. [Ec.] John C. Harsanyi (Researcher) - 1994
Florida State University, United States
6
  1. [Ph.] Paul Dirac (Professor) - 1933
  2. [Ph.] John Robert Schrieffer (Professor) - 1972
  3. [Ch.] Harold Kroto (Professor) - 1996
  4. [Ch.] Robert S. Mulliken (Professor) - 1966
  5. [Ec.] James M. Buchanan (Professor) - 1986
  1. [PM] Konrad E. Bloch (Eminent Scholar) - 1964
Graduate Institute Geneva, Switzerland
6
  1. [Pe.] Kofi Annan (DEA) - 2001
  2. [Pe.] Mohamed ElBaradei (DEA) - 2005
  3. [Ec.] Leonid Hurwicz (Attendee) - 2007
  1. [Ec.] Gunnar Myrdal (Associate Professor) - 1974
  2. [Ec.] Maurice Allais (Professor) - 1988
  3. [Ec.] Robert Mundell (Professor) - 1999
Nagoya University, Japan
6 (University Count 6)[232]
  1. [Ph.] Hiroshi Amano (B.S, PhD) - 2014
  2. [Ph.] Isamu Akasaki (PhD) - 2014
  3. [Ph.] Makoto Kobayashi (B.S, PhD) - 2008
  4. [Ph.] Toshihide Maskawa (B.S, PhD) - 2008
  5. [Ch.] Osamu Shimomura (PhD) - 2008
  1. [Ph.] Hiroshi Amano (Professor) - 2014*
  2. [Ph.] Isamu Akasaki (Professor) - 2014*
  3. [Ph.] Makoto Kobayashi (Professor) - 2008
  4. [Ph.] Toshihide Maskawa (Professor) - 2008
  5. [Ch.] Osamu Shimomura (Professor) - 2008
  6. [Ch.] Ryoji Noyori (Professor) - 2001*
RWTH Aachen, Germany
6
  1. [Ch.] Peter Debye (B.S) - 1936
  2. [PM] Thomas C. Südhof (Undergraduate Attendee) - 2013
  1. [Ph.] Johannes Stark (Professor) - 1919
  2. [Ph.] Philipp Lenard (Professor) - 1905
  3. [Ph.] Wilhelm Wien (Professor) - 1911
  1. [Ch.] Karl Ziegler (Visiting Professor) - 1963
Stockholm University, Sweden
Note: 1) The University Count only includes faculty member laureates.
6 (University Count: 5)[233]
  1. [Ch.] Paul Crutzen (PhD) - 1995
  2. [Ec.] Gunnar Myrdal (PhD) - 1974
  3. [Li.] Tomas Tranströmer (B.A) - 2011
  1. [Ch.] George de Hevesy (Professor) - 1943*
  2. [Ch.] Hans von Euler-Chelpin (Professor) - 1929*
  3. [Ch.] Paul Crutzen (Professor) - 1995
  4. [Ch.] Svante Arrhenius (Professor) - 1903*
  5. [Ec.] Gunnar Myrdal (Professor) - 1974*
University of California, San Francisco, United States
6
  1. [PM] J. Michael Bishop (Chancellor) - 1989*
  2. [PM] Elizabeth Blackburn (Professor) - 2009*
  3. [PM] Stanley B. Prusiner (Professor) - 1997*
  4. [PM] Harold E. Varmus (Professor) - 1989*
  5. [PM] Shinya Yamanaka (Professor) - 2012*
  1. [Ch.] Kary Mullis (Postdoctoral Researcher) - 1993
University of Melbourne, Australia
6
  1. [PM] Elizabeth Blackburn (B.S, M.S) - 2009
  2. [PM] Frank Macfarlane Burnet (M.D) - 1960
  3. [PM] John Carew Eccles (M.D) - 1963
  1. [PM] Peter C. Doherty (Professor) - 1996
  1. [Ec.] Clive Granger (Visiting Professor) - 2003
  2. [Ec.] James Mirrlees (Visiting Professor) - 1996
University of Pittsburgh, United States
6
  1. [PM] Paul Lauterbur (PhD) - 2003
  2. [PM] Philip Hench (PhD) - 1950
  3. [Pe.] Wangari Maathai (M.A) - 2004
  1. [PM] Niels Jerne (Professor) - 1984
  2. [Ec.] Alvin E. Roth (Professor) - 2012
  1. [Ec.] Daniel McFadden (Postdoctoral Researcher) - 2000
University of Sheffield, United Kingdom
6 (University Count: 6)[234]
  1. [Ph.] Harry Kroto (B.S, PhD) - 1996
  2. [PM] Richard J. Roberts (B.S, PhD) - 1993
  1. [Ch.] George Porter (Professor) - 1967
  2. [Ch.] Fraser Stoddart (Professor) - 2016
  3. [PM] Hans Krebs (Professor) - 1953
  4. [PM] Sir Howard Walter Florey (Professor) - 1945
Ranking Break
Arizona State University, United States
5 (University Count: 5)[235]
  1. [Ph.] Frank Wilczek (Professor) - 2004
  2. [Ch.] Sidney Altman (Professor) - 1989
  3. [PM] Leland H. Hartwell (Professor) - 2001
  4. [Ec.] Edward C. Prescott (Professor) - 2004*
  5. [Ec.] Elinor Ostrom (Professor) - 2009
Brandeis University, United States
5
  1. [Ch.] Roderick MacKinnon (B.S) - 2003
  1. [PM] Jeffrey C. Hall (Professor) - 2017*
  2. [PM] Michael Rosbash (Professor) - 2017*
  1. [Ec.] John Forbes Nash (Researcher) - 1994
  2. [Li.] Saul Bellow (Visiting Professor) - 1976
École supérieure de physique et de chimie industrielles de la ville de Paris (ESPCI), France
5 (University Count: 5)[236]
  1. [Ch.] Frédéric Joliot (B.S) - 1935
  1. [Ph.] Georges Charpak (Professor) - 1992*
  2. [Ph.] Pierre Curie (Associate Professor) - 1903*
  3. [Ph.] Pierre-Gilles de Gennes (Professor) - 1991
  1. [Ph.] [Ch.] Marie Curie (Researcher) - 1903*, 1911
Eötvös Loránd University (University of Budapest), Hungary
5
  1. [Ch.] George de Hevesy (Venia Legendi) - 1943
  2. [PM] Georg von Békésy (PhD) - 1961
  3. [Ec.] John Harsanyi (PhD) - 1994
  1. [Ph.] Philipp Lenard (Demonstrator) - 1905
  2. [PM] Albert Szent-Györgyi (Professor) - 1937
  3. [PM] Georg von Békésy (Professor) - 1961
  4. [Ec.] John Harsanyi (Professor) - 1994
  1. [Ch.] George de Hevesy (Lecturer) - 1943
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany
5
  1. [Ch.] Leopold Ružicka (B.S, PhD) - 1939
  1. [Ph.] Karl Ferdinand Braun (Professor) - 1909
  2. [Ch.] Fritz Haber (Professor) - 1918
  3. [Ch.] Jean-Marie Lehn (Research Institute Director) - 1987
  4. [Ch.] Hermann Staudinger (Professor) - 1953
  1. [Ch.] Fritz Haber (Professor) - 1918
Swarthmore College, United States
5
  1. [Ph.] John C. Mather (B.S) - 2006
  2. [Ch.] Christian B. Anfinsen (B.A) - 1972
  3. [PM] David Baltimore (B.A) - 1975
  4. [PM] Howard M. Temin (B.A) - 1975
  5. [Ec.] Edward C. Prescott (B.S) - 2004
Texas A&M University, United States
Note: 1) The University Count includes Bruce McCarl, who was working in IPCC which shared the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize as an organization. He is thus excluded from the following list.
5 (University Count: 3) [237]
  1. [Ph.] Jack Kilby (Professor) - 2000
  2. [Ph.] David M. Lee (Professor) - 1996
  3. [Ch.] Derek Barton (Professor) - 1969
  4. [Ch.] Dudley R. Herschbach (Professor) - 1986
  5. [Pe.] Norman Borlaug (Professor) - 1970
University of Aberdeen, United Kingdom
5 (University Count: 5)[238]
  1. [PM] John James Richard Macleod (PhD) - 1923
  1. [Ph.] Frederick Soddy (Professor) - 1921
  2. [Ph.] George Thomson (Professor) - 1937
  3. [Ch.] Richard Synge (Professor) - 1952
  4. [Pe.] John Boyd Orr (Professor) - 1949
University of Adelaide, Australia
5 (University Count: 5 )[239]
  1. [Ph.] William Lawrence Bragg (B.S) - 1915
  2. [PM] Sir Howard Walter Florey (M.B. B.S) - 1945
  3. [PM] J. Robin Warren (M.B. B.S) - 2005
  1. [Ph.] William Henry Bragg (Professor) - 1915
  1. [Li.] J. M. Coetzee (Research Fellow) - 2003
University of Arizona, United States
5 (University Count: 3)[240]
  1. [Ph.] Brian Schmidt (B.S) - 2011
  1. [Ph.] Nicolaas Bloembergen (Professor) - 1981
  2. [Ph.] Willis E. Lamb (Professor) - 1955
  3. [Ec.] Vernon L. Smith (Professor) - 2002
  1. [Ph.] Roy Glauber (Adjunct Professor) - 2005
University of Bern, Switzerland
5
  1. [Ch.] George de Hevesy
  2. [PM] Emil Theodor Kocher
  3. [Pe.] Charles Albert Gobat
  1. [PM] Paul Nurse
  1. [Ph.] Albert Einstein
  2. [PM] Emil Theodor Kocher
University of Buenos Aires, Argentina
5
  1. [Ch.] Luis Federico Leloir(MD)
  2. [PM] Bernardo Houssay (MD)
  3. [PM] César Milstein
  4. [Pe.] Carlos Saavedra Lamas
  1. [Pe.] Adolfo Pérez Esquivel
University of Cape Town, South Africa
5
  1. [Ch.] Aaron Klug
  2. [PM] Allan McLeod Cormack
  3. [PM] Max Theiler
  4. [Li.] J. M. Coetzee
  1. [Pe.] Ralph Bunche
  1. [PM] Allan McLeod Cormack
  2. [Li.] J. M. Coetzee
University of Dublin, Trinity College, Ireland
5
  1. [PM] William C. Campbell
  2. [Li.] Samuel Beckett
  3. [Pe.] Mairead Maguire
  1. [Ph.] Ernest Walton
  2. [Pe.] Mairead Maguire
  3. [Li.] Seamus Heaney
University of Hamburg, Germany
5
  1. [Ph.] J. Hans D. Jensen
  2. [PM] Hans Krebs
  1. [PM] Harald zur Hausen
  1. [Ph.] Otto Stern
  2. [Ph.] Wolfgang Pauli
  3. [Ph.] Wolfgang Pauli
Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium
5
  1. [PM] Jules Bordet
  2. [PM] Albert Claude
  3. [Pe.] Henri La Fontaine
  4. [Ch.] Ilya Prigogine
  5. [Ph.] François Englert
Universität Rostock, Germany
5
  1. [PM] Albrecht Kossel
  1. [Ph.] Albert Einstein
  2. [Ph.] Max Planck
  1. [PM] Karl von Frisch
  2. [Ph.] Otto Stern
University of St Andrews, United Kingdom
5
  1. [PM] James W. Black (MB ChB) - 1988
  1. [Li.] Rudyard Kipling
  1. [PM] Maurice Wilkins[241]
  2. [Ch.] Alan MacDiarmid
  3. [Ch.] Walter Haworth
University of Wrocław, Poland
5
  1. [Ph.] Hans G. Dehmelt
  2. [Ph.] Max Born
  3. [Ph.] Otto Stern
  4. [Ch.] Friedrich Bergius
  5. [PM] Paul Ehrlich
Ranking Break
Saint Petersburg Polytechnical University[242], Russia
4
  1. [Ph.] Pyotr Kapitsa
  2. [Ph.] Alexander Prokhorov
  3. [Ph.] Zhores Alferov
  1. [Ch.] Nikolay Semyonov
Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, Israel
4
  1. [Ch.] Arieh Warshel
  1. [Ch.] Aaron Ciechanover
  2. [Ch.] Avram Hershko
  3. [Ch.] Daniel Shechtman
Semmelweis University, Hungary
4
  1. [Ch.] Albert Szent-Györgyi
  1. [Ch.] Georg von Békésy
  2. [Ch.] George de Hevesy
  1. [Ph.] John Harsanyi
University of Erlangen-Nuremberg[243], Germany
4
  1. [Ch.] Eduard Buchner[244]
  2. [Ch.] Hermann Emil Fischer[245]
  3. [Ch.] Arthur Harden
  4. [PM] Harald zur Hausen¨
University at Buffalo, The State University of New York, United States
4
  1. [Ec.] Ronald H. Coase
  2. [Li.] J. M. Coetzee
  3. [Ch.] Herbert A. Hauptman
  4. [PM] John Carew Eccles
University of Calcutta, India
4
  1. [Ec.] Amartya Sen
  1. [PM] Ronald Ross
  2. [Li.] Rabindranath Tagore
  1. [Ph.] Sir Chandrasekhara Venkata Raman
  2. [Ec.] Amartya Sen
University of California, Irvine, United States
4
  1. [Ph.] Frederick Reines
  2. [Ch.] Irwin Rose
  3. [Ch.] Mario J. Molina
  4. [Ch.] Frank Sherwood Rowland
Rutgers University, United States
4
  1. [PM] Selman Waksman (B.S, M.S) - 1952
  2. [Ec.] Milton Friedman (B.A) - 1976
  1. [PM] Selman Waksman (Professor) - 1952*
  1. [Ph.] Heinrich Rohrer (Postdoctoral Researcher) - 1986
  2. [Li.] Toni Morrison (Lecturer) - 1993
Charles University of Prague, Czech
4
  1. [PM] Carl Ferdinand Cori
  2. [PM] Gerty Cori
  3. [Ch.] Jaroslav Heyrovský
  1. [Ph.] Albert Einstein
Chinese University of Hong Kong[246], China
4
  1. [Ph.] Charles K. Kao[11]
  2. [Ph.] Chen Ning Yang
  3. [Ec.] James Mirrlees
  4. [Ec.] Robert A. Mundell
École Polytechnique, France (Note: Please distinguish École supérieure de physique, or ESPCI ParisTech, from École Polytechnique)
4
  1. [Ph.] Henri Becquerel (B.Eng) - 1903
  2. [Ec.] Maurice Allais (B.A) - 1988
  3. [Li.] Sully Prudhomme (Attendee) - 1901
  1. [Ph.] Albert Michelson (Visiting Professor) - 1907
  2. [Ph.] Henri Becquerel (Professor) - 1903*
Free University of Berlin, Germany
Note: 1) The University Count includes Herta Müller, who was awarded Heiner Müller Visiting Professorship (award/honor) in summer 2005, and Ulrich Cubasch, who was working in IPCC which shared the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize as an organization.[247] These two laureates are thus excluded from the following list.
4 (University Count: 5)[248]
  1. [Ch.] Gerhard Ertl (Professor) - 2007
  2. [Ec.] Reinhard Selten (Professor) - 1994
  1. [Ph.] Ernst Ruska (Lecturer) - 1986
  2. [Li.] Kenzaburō Ōe (Visiting Professor) - 1994
Aix-Marseille UniversityAix-en-Provence/Marseille, France
4
  1. [Pe.] René Cassin
  2. [Li.] Frédéric Mistral
  3. [Li.] J. M. G. Le Clézio
  1. [Ph.] Sheldon Lee Glashow
Lund University, Lund, Sweden
4
  1. [PM] Arvid Carlsson
  2. [Ec.] Bertil Ohlin
  1. [Ph.] Manne Siegbahn
  2. [Ch.] Sune Bergström
Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway
4
  1. [Ph.] Ivar Giaever (B.S) - 1973
  2. [Ch.] Lars Onsager (B.S) - 1968
  1. [PM] Edvard Moser (Professor) - 2014*
  2. [PM] May-Britt Moser (Professor) - 2014*
Ohio State University, United States
4
  1. [Ph.] William A. Fowler
  2. [Ch.] Paul Flory
  1. [Ph.] Leon Cooper
  2. [Ph.] Kenneth G. Wilson
University of Texas at Dallas[249]
4
  1. [Ch.] Aziz Sancar
  1. [Ch.] Alan MacDiarmid
  2. [Ph.] Russell Alan Hulse
  3. [Ph.] Polykarp Kusch
University of Nottingham
4
  1. [Ec.] Clive Granger
  1. [Ec.] Clive Granger
  2. [PM] Peter Mansfield
  1. [Ph.] Andre Geim
  2. [Ch.] Fraser Stoddart
University of the Witwatersrand
4
  1. [Ch.] Aaron Klug
  2. [PM] Sydney Brenner
  3. [Pe.] Nelson Mandela
  4. [Li.] Nadine Gordimer
Birkbeck, University of London
4
  1. [Ph.] Patrick M. S. Blackett
  2. [Ch.] Aaron Klug
  3. [Ch.] Derek Barton
  4. [Li.] T. S. Eliot
Iowa State University
4
  1. [Ec.] George Stigler
  2. [Ec.] Leonid Hurwicz
  3. [Ec.] Theodore Schultz
  4. [Ch.] Daniel Shechtman
Université Catholique de Louvain (including its predecessor the Catholic University of Leuven)
4
  1. [PM] Christian de Duve
  2. [Pe.] Auguste Beernaert
  3. [Pe.] Dominique Pire
  1. [PM] Albert Claude
  2. [PM] Christian de Duve
University of Warsaw
4
  1. [Ec.] Leonid Hurwicz
  2. [Pe.] Józef Rotblat
  3. [Pe.] Menachem Begin
  4. [Li.] Henryk Sienkiewicz
Wesleyan University
4
  1. [Li.] T. S. Eliot
  1. [PM] Satoshi Omura
  2. [Pe.] Woodrow Wilson
  3. [Li.] V. S. Naipaul
Rijksuniversiteit Groningen
4
  1. [Ph.] Heike Kamerlingh Onnes
  2. [Ch.] Ben Feringa
  1. [Ph.] Frits Zernike (Professor) - 1953*
  2. [Ch.] Ben Feringa (Professor) - 2016*
  1. [PM] Albert Szent-Györgyi
University of Helsinki
4
  1. [Li.] Frans Eemil Sillanpää
  2. [Ec.] Bengt Holmström
  1. [Ch.] Artturi Ilmari Virtanen
  2. [PM] Ragnar Granit
University of Utah
4
  1. [Ch.] Venkatraman Ramakrishnan[250]
  1. [PM] Mario Capecchi
  2. [Ph.] James Cronin
  3. [Ph.] Kip Thorne[251]
Ranking Break
University of Bologna
3
  1. [Ph.] Guglielmo Marconi
  1. [PM] Camillo Golgi
  2. [Li.] Giosuè Carducci
Dartmouth College, United States
3
  1. [Ph.] Owen Chamberlain (B.A) - 1959
  2. [Ch.] K. Barry Sharpless (B.A) - 2001
  3. [PM] George Davis Snell (B.A) - 1980
University of East Anglia
3
  1. [PM] Paul Nurse (PhD) - 2001
  2. [Li.] Kazuo Ishiguro (M.A) - 2017
  1. [Ch.] Richard Synge
Emory University,[252] United States
3
  1. [Pe.] Jimmy Carter (Professor) - 2002
  2. [Pe.] Tenzin Gyatso, The 14th Dalai Lama (Professor) - 1989
  3. [Li.] Wole Soyinka (Professor) - 1986
Haverford College
Note: 1) In majority of cases, the Philips Lecturer in Haverford College is an award/honor instead of an actual affiliation (i.e., employment). [253]
3
  1. [Ph.] Joseph H. Taylor, Jr. (B.A) - 1993
  2. [Ch.] Theodore William Richards (B.S) - 1914
  3. [Pe.] Philip Noel-Baker (Undergraduate Attendee) - 1959
University of Kansas
3
  1. [Ec.] Vernon L. Smith
  2. [Pe.] Juan Manuel Santos
  1. [Ch.] Frank Sherwood Rowland
Kharkiv University
3
  1. [Ec.] Simon S. Kuznets
  1. [PM] Ilya Ilyich Mechnikov
  2. [Ph.] Lev Davidovich Landau
Delft University of Technology

3

  1. [Ph.] Simon van der Meer
  2. [Ch.] Jacobus Henricus van 't Hoff
  1. [Ph.] Heike Kamerlingh Onnes
Universität zu Köln
3
  1. [Li.] Heinrich Böll
  1. [Ch.] Kurt Alder[11]
  2. [Ph.] Peter Grünberg
University of New Mexico
3
  1. [PM] Frederick Chapman Robbins
  1. [Li.] Jean-Marie Gustave Le Clézio
  2. [Ph.] Murray Gell-Mann
Virginia Tech
3
  1. [Ph.] Robert Coleman Richardson
  1. [Ec.] Elinor Ostrom
  1. [Ec.] James M. Buchanan
George Washington University
3
  1. [PM] Julius Axelrod
  1. [Ch.] Vincent du Vigneaud
  2. [PM] Ferid Murad
Georgia Institute of Technology
3
  1. [Ch.] Kary B. Mullis
  2. [Pe.] Jimmy Carter
  1. [Ch.] Paul Crutzen
University of Leeds, United Kingdom
Notes: 1) Archer John Porter Martin and Richard Synge were affiliated with Wool Industries Research Association in Leeds.[254] There is no evidence that they were ever affiliated with the University.
3
  1. [Ch.] George Porter (B.S) - 1967
  2. [Li.] Wole Soyinka (B.A) - 1986
  1. [Ph.] William Bragg (Professor) - 1915
University of the Punjab
3
  1. [Ph.] Abdus Salam
  2. [PM] Har Gobind Khorana
  1. [Ph.] Arthur Holly Compton
Cairo University
3
  1. [Pe.] Mohamed ElBaradei
  2. [Pe.] Yasser Arafat
  3. [Li.] Naguib Mahfouz
University of Florida
3
  1. [Ch.] Robert H. Grubbs
  2. [PM] Marshall Warren Nirenberg
  1. [Ph.] John Robert Schrieffer
Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (including its predecessor the Catholic University of Leuven)
3
  1. [Pe.] Auguste Beernaert
  2. [Pe.] Dominique Pire
  3. [PM] Christian de Duve
  1. [PM] Christian de Duve
Illinois Institute of Technology
3
  1. [Ph.] Jack Steinberger
  1. [Ec.] Herbert A. Simon
  2. [Ph.] Leon M. Lederman
Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
3
  1. [Ch.] Mario Molina
  2. [Li.] Octavio Paz
  3. [Pe.] Alfonso García Robles
Oberlin College
3
  1. [Ph.] Robert A. Millikan
  2. [PM] Roger Sperry
  3. [PM] Stanley Cohen
Rice University, United States
3
  1. [Ph.] Robert Woodrow Wilson (B.A) - 1978
  2. [Ch.] Robert Curl (B.S) - 1996
  1. [Ch.] Robert Curl (Professor) - 1996*
  2. [Ch.] Richard E. Smalley (Professor) - 1996*
Tsukuba University
3
  1. [PM] Satoshi Omura
  1. [Ch.] Hideki Shirakawa
  2. [Ph.] Sin-Itiro Tomonaga
  3. [Ph.] Leo Esaki
State University of New York at Stony Brook
3
  1. [Ph.] Chen Ning Yang (Professor) - 1957
  2. [PM] Paul Lauterbur (Professor) - 2003
  1. [Ec.] Robert J. Aumann (Visiting Professor) - 2005
University of Nebraska–Lincoln
3
  1. [Ch.] Donald Cram
  2. [Ch.] Alan Heeger
  3. [PM] George Beadle
University of Oregon
3
  1. [Ph.] Walter Houser Brattain (M.A) - 1956
  2. [PM] William Parry Murphy (A.B) - 1934
  1. [Ph.] David J. Wineland (Knight Research Professor) - 2012
University of Pisa
3
  1. [Ph.] Carlo Rubbia
  2. [Ph.] Enrico Fermi
  3. [Li.] Giosuè Carducci
University of Sydney
3
  1. [Ch.] John Cornforth (B.S) - 1975
  2. [Ec.] John Harsanyi (M.A) - 1994
  1. [Ch.] Robert Robinson (Professor) - 1947
University of Pavia
3
  1. [Ch.] Giulio Natta
  2. [PM] Camillo Golgi
  3. [Ph.] Carlo Rubbia
University of Turin
3
  1. [PM] Renato Dulbecco
  2. [PM] Rita Levi Montalcini
  3. [PM] Salvador E. Luria
University of Canterbury
3
  1. [Ch.] Ernest Rutherford
  1. [Ch.] Robert H. Grubbs[255]
  2. [Ec.] Clive Granger
University of Essex
3
  1. [Ec.] Christopher A. Pissarides
  2. [Pe.] Óscar Arias
  1. [Li.] Derek Walcott
Ranking Break
McMaster University
2
  1. [Ec.] Myron Scholes
  2. [Pe.] James Orbinski
Antioch College
2
  1. [PM] Mario Capecchi
  2. [Pe.] José Ramos-Horta
Aarhus University[256]
2
  1. [Ch.] Jens Christian Skou
  1. [Ec.] Dale T. Mortensen
Technische Universität Berlin / Berlin Institute of Technology
2
  1. [Ch.] Gerhard Ertl
  2. [Ph.] Ernst Ruska
University of Warwick
2
  1. [Ec.] Oliver Hart
  1. [Ch.] John Cornforth
Norwegian School of Economics
2
  1. [Ec.] Finn E. Kydland[257]
  1. [Ec.] Finn E. Kydland
  2. [Ec.] Edward C. Prescott
University of Delaware[258]
2
  1. [PM] Daniel Nathans
  1. [Ch.] Richard F. Heck
London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine[259]
2
  1. [PM] Max Theiler
  2. [PM] Ronald Ross
Cardiff University[260]
2
  1. [PM] Martin Evans[11]
  2. [Ch.] Robert Huber
Darmstadt University of Technology
2
  1. [Ch.] Gerhard Herzberg
  2. [Ph.] Peter Grünberg
University of Dundee
2
  1. [PM] James W. Black
  1. [Ec.] Ronald H. Coase
  2. [PM] James W. Black
Ecole des Mines de Paris - Mines PariTech[261]
2
  1. [Ph.] Georges Charpak
  2. [Ec.] Maurice Allais
  1. [Ec.] Maurice Allais
  2. [Ec.] Maurice Allais
Hamilton College[262]
2
  1. [PM] Paul Greengard
  2. [Pe.] Elihu Root
Howard University[263][264]
2
  1. [Li.] Toni Morrison
  1. [Pe.] Ralph Bunche
Michigan State University
2
  1. [PM] Alfred Hershey
  1. [Ch.] Robert H. Grubbs
Radboud University Nijmegen
2
  1. [Ph.] Kostya Novoselov
  1. [Ph.] Andre Geim
National Southwest Associated University
2
  1. [Ph.] Chen Ning Yang
  1. [Ph.] Tsung-Dao Lee
  1. [Ph.] Chen Ning Yang
University Of Athens
2
  1. [Li.] Odysseas Elytis
  1. [Li.] Giorgos Seferis
Universidad de Chile
2
  1. [Li.] Gabriela Mistral
  2. [Li.] Pablo Neruda
University of Delhi
2
  1. [Pe.] Aung San Suu Kyi
  1. [Ec.] Amartya Sen
University of Greifswald
2
  1. [Ph.] Johannes Stark
  2. [PM] Gerhard Domagk
University of Madras
2
  1. [Ph.] Chandrasekhara Venkata Raman
  2. [Ph.] Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar
Middle Tennessee State University
2
  1. [Ec.] James M. Buchanan
  1. [Pe.] Muhammad Yunus
University of the West Indies
2
  1. [Ec.] William Arthur Lewis
  2. [Li.] Derek Walcott
Nanjing University
2
  1. [Li.] Pearl S. Buck
  1. [Ch.] Aaron Ciechanover
Beijing Normal University
2
  1. [Pe.] Liu Xiaobo
  2. [Li.] Mo Yan
  1. [Pe.] Liu Xiaobo
  2. [Li.] Mo Yan
George Mason University
2
  1. [Ec.] James M. Buchanan
  2. [Ec.] Vernon L. Smith
Georgetown University, United States
2
  1. [Ec.] George Akerlof (Professor) - 2001
  1. [Li.] Mario Vargas Llosa (Visiting Professor) - 2010
University of Saskatchewan[265]
2
  1. [Ch.] Henry Taube
  1. [Ch.] Gerhard Herzberg
University of Sussex
2
  1. [Ph.] Sir John Cornforth
  2. [Ph.] Harry Kroto
State University of New York at Albany
2
  1. [Ch.] Joachim Frank
  1. [Li.] Toni Morrison
Stevens Institute of Technology
2
  1. [Ph.] Frederick Reines
  1. [Ch.] Irving Langmuir
Baylor College of Medicine
2
  1. [PM] Roger Guillemin
  2. [PM] Andrew Schally
United States Naval Academy
2
  1. [Ph.] Albert Michelson
  2. [Pe.] Jimmy Carter
University of Alberta
2
  1. [Ph.] Richard E. Taylor
  1. [Li.]Derek Walcott
University of Massachusetts Amherst
2
  1. [Ph.] Russell Alan Hulse
  1. [Ph.] Joseph H. Taylor, Jr.
  2. [Ph.] Russell Alan Hulse
  1. [Ph.] Joseph H. Taylor, Jr.
University of Western Australia
2
  1. [PM] Barry Marshall
  2. [PM] J. Robin Warren
Virginia Commonwealth University
2
  1. [PM] Baruj Benacerraf
  1. [Ch.] John B. Fenn
University of Tartu
2
  1. [Ch.] Wilhelm Ostwald
  1. [Ch.] Wilhelm Ostwald
  2. [PM] Robert Koch
Washington State University[266]
2
  1. [Ch.] Irwin Rose
  1. [Li.] Mario Vargas Llosa
Queen's University of Belfast[267]

2

  1. [Li.] Seamus Heaney
  2. [Pe.] David Trimble
  1. [Pe.] David Trimble
University of Ghent
2
  1. [Li.] Maurice Maeterlinck
  1. [PM] Corneille Heymans
University of Toulouse, France
2
  1. [Ch.] Paul Sabatier
  2. [Ec.] Jean Tirole
University College Dublin
2
  1. [Pe.] Seán MacBride
  1. [Ec.] James Heckman
University of Innsbruck
2
  1. [Ch.] Hans Fischer
  2. [Ph.] Victor Francis Hess
Istanbul University
2
  1. [Li.] Orhan Pamuk
  2. [Ch.] Aziz Sancar
University of Western Ontario
2
  1. [Li.] Alice Munro
  1. [PM] Frederick Banting
Tulane University
2
  1. [PM] Louis J. Ignarro
  2. [PM] Andrew Schally
University of Paris-Saclay[268]
2
University of Queensland
2
  1. [PM] Peter C. Doherty
  1. [Ec.] John C. Harsanyi
Johannes Gutenberg University of Mainz[269]
2
  1. [Ch.] Paul J. Crutzen[270]
  2. [PM] Werner Frossmann[271]
Tokyo Institute of Technology
2
  1. [Ch.] Hideki Shirakawa
  1. [PM] Yoshinori Ohsumi
Queen's University
2
  1. [Ph.] Arthur B. McDonald
  1. [Ch.] Fraser Stoddart
Ranking Break
Belarusian National Technical University
1
  1. [Li.] Zhores Alferov (attendee)
Belarusian State University
1
  1. [Li.] Svetlana Alexievich
Tsinghua University
1
  1. [Ph.] Chen Ning Yang (B.S, M.S) - 1957
  1. [Ph.] Chen Ning Yang (Professor) - 1957
Durham University
1
  1. [Ch.] Sir Norman Haworth (Professor) - 1920
University of Southampton[272]
1
  1. [Ec.] Christopher A. Pissarides
Samrat Ashok Technological Institute
1
  1. [Pe.] Kailash Satyarthi[273]
University of Notre Dame, United States
1
  1. [PM] Eric F. Wieschaus (B.S) - 1995
People's Liberation Army Academy of Art[274]
1
  1. [Li.] Mo Yan
Peking University[275]
1
  1. [PM] Tu Youyou
Kobe University
1
  1. [PM] Shinya Yamanaka
Lehigh University[276]
1
  1. [Ch.] Dork Sahagian
Victoria University of Wellington[277]
1
  1. [Ch.] Alan Graham MacDiarmid
Weizmann Institute of Science
1
  1. [Ch.] Ada Yonath
Acadia University
1
  1. [PM] Charles Brenton Huggins
Baku State University
1
  1. [Ph.] Lev Landau
Bangor University
1
  1. [PM] Robert Edwards
Beijing Foreign Studies University
1
  1. [Li.] Gao Xingjian
Berea College
1
  1. [Ch.] John B. Fenn
University of California, Riverside
1
  1. [Ch.] Richard R. Schrock
Chalmers University of Technology
1
  1. [Ph.] Nils Gustaf Dalén
Carol Davila University of Medicine and Pharmacy
1
  1. [PM] George Palade
  1. [PM] George Palade
College of the Holy Cross
1
  1. [Ph.] Joseph E. Murray
Cooper Union
  1. [Ph.] Russell Hulse
DePauw University
1
  1. [PM] Ferid Murad
Fordham University
1
  1. [Ph.] Victor Francis Hess
Gettysburg College
1
  1. [PM] J. Michael Bishop
South Dakota State University
1
  1. [Ec.] Theodore Schultz
Grinnell College
1
  1. [Ch.] Thomas R. Cech
University of Houston
1
  1. [Pe.] Jody Williams
Kyoto Institute of Technology
1
  1. [Ch.] Kenichi Fukui
Jagiellonian University
1
  1. [Li.] Wislawa Szymborska
Jadavpur University
1
  1. [Ec.] Amartya Sen
Jilin University
1
  1. [Pe.] Liu Xiaobo
Juniata College[278]
1
  1. [Ph.] William D. Phillips
Lawrence University
1
  1. [Ch.] Thomas A. Steitz
Michigan Technological University
1
  1. [Ch.] Melvin Calvin
University of Montana
1
  1. [Ch.] Harold Clayton Urey
National University of Ireland, Maynooth
1
  1. [Pe.] John Hume
Oregon State University
1
  1. [Ch.] Linus Pauling
    [Pe.] Linus Pauling[Note 1]
Osaka University
1
  1. [Ph.] Hideki Yukawa[Note 2]
National Taiwan University
1
  1. [Ch.] Yuan T. Lee[Note 2]
  1. [Ch.] Yuan T. Lee[Note 2]
National Tsing Hua University
1
  1. [Ch.] Yuan T. Lee
Pennsylvania State University[279]
1
  1. [Ch.] Paul Berg
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
1
  1. [Ch.] Ivar Giaever
Rollins College
1
  1. [Ch.] Donald Cram
Royal Institute of Technology[280]
1
  1. [Ph.] Hannes Alfvén
School for International Training
1
  1. [Pe.] Jody Williams
School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London
1
  1. [Pe.] Aung San Suu Kyi
State University of New York Downstate Medical Center
1
  1. [PM] Robert F. Furchgott
Politecnico di Milano
1
  1. [Ch.] Giulio Natta
  1. [Ch.] Giulio Natta
University of Lisbon
1
  1. [PM] António Egas Moniz
University of Tennessee
1
  1. [Ec.] James M. Buchanan
The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston[249]
1
  1. [PM] Ferid Murad
Virginia Military Institute
1
  1. [Pe.] George C. Marshall
Southern Methodist University
1
  1. [Ph.] James Cronin
University of Massachusetts Medical School
1
  1. [PM] Craig C. Mello
University of Szeged
1
  1. [PM] Albert Szent-Györgyi
University of Tehran
1
  1. [Pe.] Shirin Ebadi
University of Ibadan
1
  1. [Li.] Wole Soyinka
University of Lagos
1
  1. [Li.] Wole Soyinka
Obafemi Awolowo University
1
  1. [Li.] Wole Soyinka
University of Coimbra
1
  1. [PM] António Egas Moniz
University of Connecticut
1
  1. [Ph.] David Lee
University of Mississippi
1
  1. [Li.] William Faulkner
University of Vermont
1
  1. [Pe.] Jody Williams
University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras Campus
1
  1. [Li.] Juan Ramón Jiménez
Wellesley College
1
  1. [Pe.] Emily Greene Balch
Whitman College
1
  1. [Ph.] Walter Houser Brattain
College of Wooster
1
  1. [Ph.] Arthur Holly Compton
Brigham Young University
1
  1. [Ch.] Paul D. Boyer
University of Dhaka
1
  1. [Pe.] Muhammad Yunus
University of Chittagong
1
  1. [Pe.] Muhammad Yunus
Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda
1
  1. [Ch.] Venkatraman Ramakrishnan
Mount Sinai School of Medicine
1
  1. [PM] Rosalyn Yalow
Macalester College
1
  1. [Pe.] Kofi Annan
Morehouse College
1
  1. [Pe.] Martin Luther King, Jr.
Williams College
1
  1. [Ec.] Robert F. Engle
Tavrida National V.I. Vernadsky University[281]
1
  1. [Ch.] Igor Tamm
Saint Louis University
1
  1. [PM] Edward Adelbert Doisy
Ohio University
1
  1. [Ch.] Venkatraman Ramakrishnan
Tohoku University
1
  1. [Ch.] Koichi Tanaka
Nagasaki University
1
  1. [Ch.] Osamu Shimomura
Hokkaido University
1
  1. [Ch.] Akira Suzuki
  1. [Ch.] Akira Suzuki
National University of Colombia
1
  1. [Li.] Gabriel García Márquez
Université de Montréal
1
  1. [PM] Roger Guillemin
University of Alexandria
1
  1. [Ch.] Ahmed Zewail
University of Milan
1
  1. [Ph.] Riccardo Giacconi
University of Hawaii at Manoa
1
  1. [PM] Georg von Békésy
Universidad de Costa Rica
1
  1. [Pe.] Óscar Arias
  1. [Pe.] Óscar Arias
Syracuse University
1
  1. [Ch.] Ei-ichi Negishi
Clark University
1
  1. [Ph.] Albert Michelson
Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos
1
  1. [Li.] Mario Vargas Llosa
University of Vilnius
1
  1. [Li.] Czeslaw Milosz
University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee
1
  1. [Ph.] Jack Kilby
University of Zagreb
1
  1. [Ch.] Vladimir Prelog
National Che Kiang University (now Zhejiang University)
1
  1. [Ph.] Tsung-Dao Lee
Southern Federal University
1
  1. [Li.] Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn
Ohio Wesleyan University[282]
1
  1. [Ch.] F. Sherwood Rowland
Washington and Lee University[283]
1
  1. [PM] Joseph L. Goldstein
Czech Technical University
1
  1. [Ch.] Vladimir Prelog
Université de Liège
1
  1. [PM] Albert Claude
Cumberland University
1
  1. [Pe.] Cordell Hull
Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam
1
  1. [Ec.] Jan Tinbergen
University of Tokushima
1
  1. [Ph.] Shuji Nakamura
University of Turku
1
  1. [Ch.] Stefan Hell
University of Arkansas - Fayetteville
1
  1. [Ec.] FA Hayek
University of Turku
1
Tokyo University of Science
1
  1. [PM] Satoshi Omura
University of Yamanashi
1
  1. [PM] Satoshi Omura
Saitama University
1
  1. [Ph.] Takaaki Kajita
Kitasato University
1
  1. [PM] Satoshi Omura
Dalhousie University
1
  1. [Ph.] Arthur B. McDonald
Drew University
1
  1. [Ph.] William C. Campbell
Graduate University for Advanced Studies (Japan)
1
  1. [PM] Yoshinori Ohsumi
West University of Timisoara
1
  1. [Li.] Herta Müller
University of Lausanne
1
  1. [Ch.] Jacques Dubochet (BS) - 2017
  1. [Ch.] Jacques Dubochet - 2017
University of Kent
1
  1. [Li.] Kazuo Ishiguro (BA) - 2017

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Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d This Nobel laureate received two Nobel Prizes. Counted only once because this is a list of laureates, not prizes.
  2. ^ a b c This Nobel laureate has more than one affiliation to this institution. Counted only once.

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The following list includes many 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, and sometimes, researchers and faculty appointments after the award are not counted. Please consider that some of the pages are not up to date.

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