Nobel Laureates

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The Hebrew University of Jerusalem has an extraordinary record of faculty being awarded Nobel Prizes - in fact, 7 Nobel Prizes were awarded to its faculty from 2002 to 2009. Please click the names below to read the stories of each of the winners and their amazing research.

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Elon Lindenstrauss2010

Fields Medal in Mathematics is awarded to Professor Elon Lindenstrauss, professor at the Einstein Institute of Mathematics at Hebrew University. Click here for more information.

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Ada Yonath2009

Nobel Prize in Chemistry is awarded to Professor Ada E. Yonath, professor in the Department of Structural Biology at the Weizmann Institute at Hebrew University. Click here for more information.

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Roger Kornberg2006

Nobel Prize in Chemistry is awarded to Professor Roger Kornberg, visiting professor and faculty member at Stanford University. Click here for more information.

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Robert Aumann2005

Nobel Prize in Economics is awarded to Professor Robert J. Aumann of the Center for the Study of Rationality. Click here for more information.

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David Gross2004

Nobel Prize in Physics is awarded to Hebrew University alumnus Professor David J. Gross of the University of California at Santa Barbara. Click here for more information.

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Hershko and Ciechanover2004

Nobel Prize in Chemistry is awarded to Hebrew University alumnus Professor Avram Hershko and alumnus Professor Aaron Ciechanover of the Technion - Israel Institute of Technology. Click here for more information on Professor Hershko. Click here for more information on Professor Ciechanover.

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Daniel Kahneman2002

Nobel Prize in Economics is awarded to Hebrew University alumnus and former faculty member, and Fellow of the Center for the Study of Rationality Professor Daniel Kahneman of Princeton University. Click here for more information.

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Albert Einstein1921

Nobel Prize in Physics is awarded to Albert Einstein, founder and supporter of the Hebrew University. Click here for more information.

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