European Academy of Sciences
Honorary Members

Wolf Prize

The Wolf Prize is an international award granted in Israel, that has been presented most years since 1978 to living scientists and artists for "achievements in the interest of mankind and friendly relations among people ... irrespective of nationality, race, colour, religion, sex or political views."

Duilio Arigoni

2003 - Switzerland

Wolf Prize in Chemistry

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Vladimir Yu (†) Arnold

2003 - Russia

Wolf Prize in Chemistry (2001)

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John E. (†) Casida

2004 - United States

Wolf Prize in Agriculture

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Albert Eschenmoser

2004 - Switzerland

Wolf Prize in Chemistry (1986)

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Anthony Legget

2007 - United States

Nobel Prize (2003) and Wolf Prize in Physics (2002)

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Grigoriy Margulis

2004 - United States

Fields Medal (1978) Wolf Prize in Mathematics (2005)

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Rudy Markus

2004 - United States

Nobel Prize and Wolf Prize in Chemistry

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Michel Mayor

2003 - Switzerland

Wolf Prize in Physics (2017)

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John Milnor

2004 - United States

Fields Medal (1962), Wolf Prize in Mathematics (1989) and Abel Prize (2011)

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Ryoji Noyori

2002 - Japan

Nobel Prize (2001) and Wolf Prize in Chemistry (2001)

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Barry K. Sharpless

2003 - United States

Nobel Prize (2001) and Wolf Prize in Chemistry (2001)

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Gerard t Hooft (')

2004 - Netherlands

Nobel Prize (1999) and Wolf Prize in Physics (1981)

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Ahmed (†) Zewail

2004 - United States

Nobel Prize (1999) and Wolf Prize in Chemistry (1993)

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Peter Zoller

2012 - Austria

Wolf Prize in Physics (2013)

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