NOBEL PRIZE WINNERS OF Norway


New Zealand

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

Nigeria

1. Wole Soyinka, Literature, 1986

Norway

1. Finn E. Kydland, Economics, 2004
2. Trygve Haavelmo, Economics, 1989
3. Charles J. Pedersen, born in then Japan, now South Korea, Chemistry, 1987
4. Ivar Giaever, Physics, 1973
5. Ragnar Anton Kittil Frisch, Economics, 1969
6. Odd Hassel, Chemistry, 1969
7. Lars Onsager, Chemistry, 1968
8. Sigrid Undset, Literature, 1928
9. Fridtjof Nansen, Peace, 1922
10. Christian Lous Lange, Peace, 1921
11. Knut Hamsun, Literature, 1920
12. Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson, Literature, 1903


 
Pakistan

1. Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar*, Physics, 1983
2. Abdus Salam, Physics, 1979
3. Har Gobind Khorana*, Physiology or Medicine, 1968

Palestine

1. Yassir Arafat, Born in Cairo, Egypt, Peace, 1994

Peru

1. Mario Vargas Llosa*, Literature, 2010
 
 
Netherlands

1. Andre Geim, born in Russia, Physics, 2010
2. Martinus J. G. Veltman, Physics, 1999
3. Gerardus 't Hooft, Physics, 1999
4. Paul J. Crutzen, Chemistry, 1995
5. Simon van der Meer, Physics, 1984
6. Nicolaas Bloembergen*, Physics, 1981
7. Tjalling Koopmans, Economics, 1975
8. Nikolaas Tinbergen*, Physiology or Medicine, 1973
9. Jan Tinbergen, Economics, 1969
10. Frits Zernike, Physics, 1953
11. Peter Debye, Chemistry, 1936
12. Christiaan Eijkman, Physiology or Medicine, 1929
13. Willem Einthoven, Physiology or Medicine, 1924
14. Heike Kamerlingh Onnes, Physics, 1913
15. Tobias Asser, Peace, 1911
16. Johannes Diderik van der Waals, Physics, 1910
17. Pieter Zeeman, Physics, 1902
18. Hendrik Lorentz, Physics, 1902
19. Jacobus Henricus van 't Hoff, Chemistry, 1901
 
 
Japan

1. Ei-ichi Negishi*, Chemistry, 2010
2. Akira Suzuki, Chemistry, 2010
3. Osamu Shimomura*, Chemistry, 2008
4. Makoto Kobayashi, Physics, 2008
5. Toshihide Maskawa, Physics, 2008
6. Yoichiro Nambu*, Physics, 2008
7. Masatoshi Koshiba, Physics, 2002
8. Koichi Tanaka, Chemistry, 2002
9. Ryōji Noyori, Chemistry, 2001
10. Hideki Shirakawa, Chemistry, 2000
11. Kenzaburō Ōe, Literature, 1994
12. Susumu Tonegawa, Physiology or Medicine, 1987
13. Charles J. Pedersen*, Chemistry, 1987
14. Kenichi Fukui, Chemistry, 1981
15. Eisaku Satō, Peace, 1974
16. Leo Esaki, Physics, 1973
17. Yasunari Kawabata, Literature, 1968
18. Sin-Itiro Tomonaga, Physics, 1965
19. Hideki Yukawa, Physics, 1949
 
 
Kenya

1. Wangari Maathai, Peace, 2004

Korea, South

1. Kim Dae-jung, Peace, 2000
2. Charles J. Pedersen, born in then Japan, now South Korea, Chemistry, 1987

Latvia

1. Wilhelm Ostwald*, born in then Russian Empire, Chemistry, 1909

Liberia

1. Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, Peace, 2011
2. Leymah Gbowee, Peace, 2011

Lithuania

1. Aaron Klug*, Chemistry, 1982
2. Czesław Miłosz*, born in then Russian Empire, now Lithuania, Literature, 1980

Luxembourg

1. Jules A. Hoffmann*, Physiology or Medicine, 2011
2. Gabriel Lippmann*, Physics, 1908

Macedonia, Republic of

1. Mother Teresa (Gonxhe Bojaxhiu)*, Peace, 1979

Mexico

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

Myanmar (Burma)

1. Aung San Suu Kyi, Peace, 1991
 

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