Ryoji Noyori is a 2001 Nobel laureate in chemistry for his development of chirally catalyzed hydrogenation reactions.
|1969–1970||Postdoctoral Fellow, Harvard University|
|1967||Dr. Eng., Kyoto University|
|1963||Master, Kyoto University|
|1961||Bachelor, Kyoto University|
|2015–||Director, Science Museum, Japan Science Foundation|
|2015–||Director-General, Center for Research and Development Strategy (CRDS), Japan Science and Technology Agency (JST)|
|2006–2008||Chair, Education Rebuilding Council|
|2005–2015||Chair, Science and Technology Council, Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology|
|2003–2015||President, RIKEN (2015– RIKEN Fellow)|
|2003–||University Professor, Nagoya University|
|2002–2003||President, The Chemical Society of Japan|
|1997–1999||Dean, Graduate School of Science, Nagoya University|
|1972–2003||Professor, Nagoya University|
|1968–1972||Associate Professor, Nagoya University|
|1963–1968||Instructor, Kyoto University|
Member of Japan Academy and Pontifical Academy of Sciences. Foreign member of American Academy of Arts and Sciences; National Academy of Sciences, USA; Russian Academy of Sciences; National Academy of Sciences, Korea; Royal Society, UK; Polish Academy of Sciences; Chinese Academy of Sciences. Honorary academician of Academia Sinica, Taiwan.
|2010||Lomonosov Large Gold Medal (Russian Academy of Sciences)|
|2001||Nobel Prize in Chemistry (Sweden)|
|2001||Roger Adams Award (American Chemical Society)|
|2001||Wolf Prize in Chemistry (Israel)|
|2000||Order of Culture (Japanese Government)|
|1999||King Faisal International Prize for Science (Saudi Arabia)|
|1998||Person of Cultural Merit (Japanese Government)|
|1997||Arthur C. Cope Award (American Chemical Society)|
|1995||Japan Academy Prize|
|1993||Tetrahedron Prize (UK)|
|1993||Asahi Prize (Japan)|
Center for Research and Development Strategy, Japan Science and Technology Agency.
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“Science has no borders, but scientists have their fatherland.” (Louis Pasteur)
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