UNIVERSITY OF ROCHESTER
Nobel prize in physics, 2018 for or their method of generating high-intensity, ultra-short optical pulses.
Nobel prize in physics, 1997 for development of methods to cool and trap atoms with laser light.
Nobel prize in physiology or medicine, 1976 for discovery of the infectious disease mechanism of prion.
Nobel prize in physiology or medicine, 1959 for discovering a way to synthesize DNA.
1955, Ph.D., Physics
Nobel Prize in physics, 2002 for detection of cosmic neutrinos.
Vigneaud, Vincent du
Nobel prize in chemistry, 1955 for his work on the biochemistry of sulfur-containing compounds.
Henderson, Donald Ainslie
- Director, Office of Public Health Preparedness, US DHHS, 2001
- Head, WHO Global Smallpox Eradication Campaign, 1966
1951, Ph.D. (Biochemistry)
- Founder, ALZA, Inc., California, 1968
- Founder, DNAX, Inc., California, 1980
- Founder, Affymetrix, California, 1991
- National Medal of Technology, awarded by President Bill Clinton, 1995
UNIVERSITY OF ROCHESTER
Member of Economics Department
Nobel prize in economics, 1993 in recognition of his methodological contributions to econometric history.
Member of medical school
Nobel prize in physiology or medicine, 1943 for his discovery of vitamin K.
Whipple, George Hoyt
Dean of the medical school
Nobel prize in physiology or medicine, 1934 for his work to develop a therapy for anemia.
- IEEE Edison Medal, 1997
IMPERIAL COLLEGE OF SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY & MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY Of LONDON
Nobel prize in chemistry, 1969 for his contributions to the development of the concept of conformation and its application in chemistry.
Nobel prize in physics, 1948 for his development of the Wolson cloud-chamber and his discoveries therewith in the fields of nuclear physics and cosmic radiation.
Nobel prize in physics, 1971 for his invention and development of the holographic method.
Nobel prize in physiology or medicine, 2001 for his work on key regulators of the cell cycle.
Nobel prize in physics, 1979 for his work on the unified theory of weak and electromagnetic interactions.
Nobel prize in physics, 1937 for his demonstration in 1927 of the wave nature of electrons by their diffraction in passing through thin films of metals.
Nobel prize in chemistry, 1973 for pioneering work on the chemistry of the organometallic, so called sandwich compounds.
For a more complete list, please see
List of Nobel laureates affiliated with Imperial College London
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