JEWISH RECIPIENTS OF THE GRANDE MÉDAILLE OF
THE FRENCH ACADEMY OF SCIENCES

(53% of recipients)


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Listed below are recipients of La Grande Médaille de l'Académie des Sciences who are Jewish.  Created in 1997 by the French Academy of Sciences and awarded annually without regard to nationality, the Grande Médaille is France's highest scientific distinction.  It honors scholars for decisive contributions to fundamental research in the mathematical, physical, and biological sciences.1
  • Leo Kadanoff (1998)
  • Richard Garwin (2002)
  • David Gross (2004)
  • Ronald M. Evans (2005)
  • Peter Goldreich (2006)
  • Susan Solomon (2008)
  • Robert Weinberg (2009)
  • Adi Shamir (2012)
  • Joel Lebowitz (2014)
  • Alexander Varshavsky (2016)
NOTE
1. http://www.academie-sciences.fr/en/Prix-et-medailles/grande-medaille.html.
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