Foreign Member of the Royal Society

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Richard Alley American geologist author and academic
David Mumford Mathematician
Richard Axel American molecular biologist
Frank Press American scientist
Susan Lindquist American geneticist
Susan Solomon NOAA Atmospheric Chemist.
David Baltimore American scientist
Hermann Weyl German mathematician
Felipe Bauza Spanish Naval Officer
André Weil French mathematician
Karl Weierstrass Mathematician
Benjamin Peirce American mathematician
Pierre-Gilles de Gennes French Physicist
Vint Cerf Computer Science
Albert Einstein Physicist
Alexander Nesmeyanov Soviet chemist
Calvin Quate American scientist
Gerard De Geer Swedish geologist
Robert Koch German physician and bacteriologist
Martin Schwarzschild German astronomer
Élie Cartan French mathematician
Alexandre Brongniart French scientist
Glenn T. Seaborg American chemist Nobel Prize laureate
Adolphe-Théodore Brongniart Botanist
Feodor Felix Konrad Lynen German biochemist
Robert S. Mulliken American physicist and chemist Nobel laureate in Chemistry
Alexander Kovalevsky Russian zoologist
Wilhelm Eduard Weber Physicist
Gertrude B. Elion American biochemist
Jerzy Neyman American mathematician
Clara Franzini-Armstrong Microscopist
Robert Bunsen Chemist
Robert W. Wood American physicist
Édouard Brézin French physicist
Hugo Theorell Biochemist
Jean Baptiste Perrin Nobel laureates in Physicist
Inge Lehmann Danish seismologist who discovered the Earth's inner core
Vito Volterra Italian scientist
Evgeny Lifshitz Soviet physicist
Hermann Emil Fischer German Chemist
Murray Gell-Mann Physicist
Élie Metchnikoff Russian biologist zoologist and protozoologist
Max Delbrück German-American biophysicist and Nobel laureate
Nathaniel Bowditch American mathematician
Svante Arrhenius Physical chemist
Pietro Tacchini italian astronomer
George Gaylord Simpson American paleontologist
Joachim Sauer German chemist
Butler Lampson Computer scientist
Joseph Decaisne French botanist and agronomist
Matthew Meselson American geneticist and molecular biologist
Niels Bohr Danish physicist
EO Wilson Biologist
Charles Louis Alphonse Laveran French physician
Alexis Bouvard French astronomer
Norman Bor American Biologist
Svante Pääbo biologist paleogeneticist
Bernhard Riemann German mathematician
Norman Borlaug Agronomist
Pierre-Joseph van Beneden Belgian zoologist
Frédéric Joliot-Curie French physicist
Robert Burns Woodward Organic chemist and discoverer of Woodward–Hoffmann rules
Howard Martin Temin American geneticist
Frank Westheimer American chemist
Hermann von Helmholtz Physicist and physiologist
Maurice Ewing geophysicist and oceanographer
Gerald M. Rubin Biologist
Andre-marie Ampere Mathematician
René Louiche Desfontaines French botanist
Alexander Emanuel Agassiz Scientist engineer
Sven Ludvig Lovén Swedish zoologist
Pierre Paul Émile Roux French physician
Bert Sakmann German biologist
Nicholas Baker Conceptual Artist
Leopold Kronecker German Mathematician
Wallace Smith Broecker American scientist
Hugo Kronecker German physiologist
Walther Nernst German scientist
Fotis Kafatos Greek biologist
Hubert Anson Newton American astronomer and scientist
Claude E. Shannon Inventor
Melvin Calvin American chemist Nobel laureate in Chemistry
Harvey Cushing Doctor
Francisco de Borja Garção Stockler Azorean noble and politician
Andrew H. Knoll American paleontologist
Jean-Marie Lehn French chemist
Kenichi Fukui Japanese Chemist
David Milstein Israeli chemist
Nikolai Vavilov Russian biologist
Bernardo Houssay Argentine physician
Roger Kornberg Biologist
Albert Calmette French scientist
Hugo de Vries Dutch botanist
Martin David Kruskal American mathematician
Charles-Adolphe Wurtz French chemist
Maurice Lugeon Swiss geologist
Alexander von Humboldt Prussian naturalist explorer
Hermann zu Solms-Laubach German botanist
David H. Hubel Canadian neuroscientist
Andrey Kolmogorov Russian mathematician
Nikolay Semyonov Soviet chemist
Inez Fung
Alfred Des Cloizeaux French geologist
Walter Jakob Gehring
Adolf Butenandt german biochemist
Susan R. Wessler American biologist
Charles Hard Townes American Physicist
Anders Jonas Ångström Swedish physicist and spectroscopist
Jeremiah P. Ostriker American astronomer
Lev Landau Physicist
Hugo von Mohl German botanist
Peter Robert Marler American neuroscientist
Lise Meitner Physicist scientist
Oswald Avery Doctor
Jean Leray French mathematician
Alan Fowler Physicist
Franz Ernst Neumann
Leopold Ružička Biochemistry
Camille Jordan french mathematician
Frank Sherwood Rowland Chemist
Christian de Duve biochemist cytologist
Bengt I. Samuelsson Swedish biochemist
George Ellery Hale American journalist
César-Mansuète Despretz Belgian chemist
Carl Gustav Jacob Jacobi German mathematician
Walter Munk
Carl Ferdinand Cori American biochemist
Ivan Pavlov Biologist
Vernon Benjamin Mountcastle American neuroscientist
Jean Albert Gaudry French scientist
Louis Pasteur French microbiologist and chemist
Charles Hermite French Mathematician
Benjamin Apthorp Gould American astronomer
Pierre Louis Dulong French scientist
Walter Bradford Cannon American physiologist
Charles Weissmann Hungarian biologist
Pierre Prévost Swiss physicist
Claude Bernard Physiologist
Werner Heisenberg Physicist
Richard Zare American chemist
Robert Courrier
Martin Rathke German biologist
Vladimir Arnold Russian mathematician
Karl Landsteiner Austrian pathologist
Richard R. Ernst Nobel laureate in chemistry
Karl von Frisch Ethologist
Émile Picard French mathematician
Philip Warren Anderson American physicist
Daan Frenkel Dutch physicist
Charles-Eugène Delaunay French astronomer
Alexei Alexeyevich Abrikosov Russian Physicist
Ilya Mechnikov
Linus Pauling American biochemist and theoretical chemist anti-nuclear testing campaigner Nobel laureate
George William Hill American astronomer and mathematician
Vitaly Ginzburg Russian Physicist
Karl Lashley American psychologist
Kenneth Arrow Economist
Bernhard von Lindenau German astronomer lawyer and politician
Alfred Romer American paleontologist
Mitsuhiro Yanagida Biologist
Pieter Zeeman Physicist
Richard Schrock Chemist
George Emil Palade Romanian cell biologist physicist and Nobel laureate
Richard R. Schrock American chemist
Georges Cuvier French scientist
Masao Ito Neuroscientist
Ilkka Hanski Finnish scientist
Alain Aspect French physicist
Victor Ambartsumian Soviet Armenian astrophysicist
Félix Savart French physicist
Nicole Marthe Le Douarin
George Kistiakowsky American chemist
Charles-François Brisseau de Mirbel French botanist
Albert von Kölliker Swiss anatomist physiologist
Rita Levi-Montalcini Italian Neurologist
Albin Haller French chemist
Ferdinand Cohn German biologist
Igor Shafarevich Russian mathematician
Karl Freudenberg German chemist
Charles Fabry French physicist
Alexander Pines Israeli-American chemist
Christian Gottfried Ehrenberg German scientist
Maurice Caullery French botscientistanist
Vilhelm Bjerknes Norwegian physicist
Motoo Kimura Japanese scientist
Gilbert N. Lewis American physical chemist
Chen Zhu Chinese politician
Kenneth Stewart Cole American biophysicist
Willem Einthoven Dutch physiologist
Allan Sandage Astrophysicist
Daniel Bovet Swiss pharmacologist
Franciscus Donders Dutch ophthalmologist
Whitfield Diffie American cryptographer
Robert H. Grubbs American chemist
Catherine Cesarsky Astronomer
George H. Hitchings American phamacologist
Alexander Dallas Bache American scientist
Carl Woese American microbiologist
Jeffrey M. Friedman Physician scientist studying the genetic mechanisms that regulate body weight.
Warner T. Koiter Dutch engineer
Anatole Abragam Physicist
Abdus Suttar Khan American-Bangladeshi aerospace researcher
Karl Theodor Ernst von Siebold German physiologist and zoologist
Norman L. Bowen Petrologist
Samuel Pierpont Langley American physicist and pioneer of aviation
Boris Borisovich Galitzine Russian geologist
Carl Wunsch American oceanogrpaher
Charles Yanofsky American geneticist
Christiane Nüsslein-Volhard German biochemist
Alexei Abrikosov
Hideki Yukawa Japanese theoretical physicist
Jean-Pierre Serre French mathematician and Fields medallist.
George de Hevesy Hungarian scientist
Roald Hoffmann Nobel laureate organic and inorganic chemist and Holocaust child survivor
Niels Erik Nørlund Mathematician astronomer
Jean Brachet biochemist
Maurice de Broglie Physicist naval officer
Giovanni Schiaparelli Italian astronomer
Ferdinand Zirkel German geologist
Adolf von Baeyer German Chemist
Joseph Fourier Mathematician physicist and historian
Christopher Hansteen Norwegian geomagnetist
Svante August Arrhenius
Carl Størmer norwegian astronomer
Francesco Carlini Italian astronomers
Walter Sydney Adams Astronomer
Joachim Hämmerling Danish-German biologist
Alfred Newton Richards American pharmacologist
Giuseppe Occhialini Italian physicist who contributed to the discovery of the pion or pi-meson decay
Kenneth V. Thimann American botanist
Max von Laue German Physicist
Albert Frey-Wyssling Swiss botanist
Édouard de Verneuil French paleontologist
Pierre Janssen French astronomer
Britton Chance Academic and sailor
Carlo Rubbia Italian physicist
Renato Dulbecco Italian virologist
John Tukey American Mathematician
François Arago French mathematician physicist astronomer and politician
William Wallace Campbell American astronomer
Adi Shamir Cryptographer
George Rankine Irwin American engineer
Carolyn Bertozzi
Lennart Carleson Swedish mathematician
Johann Peter Gustav Lejeune Dirichlet
Glenn Seaborg
Jean Pierre Flourens French physiologist
Gerd Faltings German mathematician and Fields medalist
Gerhard Domagk German bacteriologist
Hippolyte Fizeau French physicist
Alphonse Pyramus de Candolle Swiss scientist
Reinhard Genzel German astronomer
Wilhelm Kühne Physiologist
Salome Gluecksohn-Waelsch developmental geneticist
Carl Friedrich Philipp von Martius German botanist
Georg Simon Ohm
Joan A. Steitz American biochemist
Carl Ludwig Christian Rümker German astronomer
Ferdinand von Richthofen German scientist
Karl Ritter von Goebel German botanist
Felix Andries Vening Meinesz Dutch geophysicist
Francis Peyton Rous American scientist
Louis Agassiz American geologist
Victor Goldschmidt Mineralogist and geochemist
Linda B. Buck American biologist
Ho-Kwang Mao American geologist
Karl Gegenbaur German scientist
Adolph Theodor Kupffer Scientist
Jean Gaston Darboux French mathematician
Martin Chalfie American scientist
Walter Kohn American physicist
John Archibald Wheeler Physicist
Éleuthère Mascart French scientist
Melchior Treub Dutch botanist
Steven Weinberg American physicist
René Just Haüy French scientist
Gilbert Stork Belgian chemist
Joseph Achille Le Bel French chemist
Frédéric Cuvier French zoologist
John W. Hutchinson American scholar
Carl Djerassi American chemistry professor inventor author playwright
Sven Hörstadius Swedish zoologist
Hugh McDevitt American biologist
F. Albert Cotton American chemist
Richard Willstätter German chemist
Philippe Sansonetti French microbiologist
Hubert Markl
Ewald Hering
Claude Shannon
Martin Karplus American chemist
Manfred Eigen German biophysicist
Gustaf Retzius Swedish singer
Claude Allègre Politician scientist
François Jacob French scientist
Karl Ziegler German chemist who won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1963
Charles Barrois Geologist and paleontologist
David Hilbert German Mathematician
Fabiola Gianotti Particle physicist
Robert Huber German biochemist
Hans Pettersson Actor
Walter Gilbert American biochemist
Ellen D. Williams Actor
Richard Feynman American Nobel Prize-winning physicist and science educator
Michael Frank Goodchild
Ronald Breslow
Hans Clevers Geneticist
James Rothman American biologist
Elaine Fuchs American biologist
Margaret Buckingham
Hartmut Michel German biochemist
Per Andersen Norwegian brain researcher
Erwin Hahn American physicist
Joseph Keller American mathematician
Peter Guy Wolynes American chemist
Antonio Garcia-Bellido Biologist
Pasko Rakic Croatian American neuroscientist
James R. Rice American engineer
John B. Goodenough Materials Scientist
Thomas C. Südhof American biochemist
Tracy Sonneborn American biologist
Friedrich Kohlrausch German Physicist
Ross Granville Harrison American biologist
Georg Adolf Erman German physicist
Michael Rossmann German-American physicist and microbiologist
Henry Stommel American oceanographer
Asa Gray American botanist
Sigmund Freud Neurologist
Antoine Lacroix French mineralogist and geologist
Frits Went Dutch botanist
Paul Langevin (politician) Canadian politician
Herbert McLean Evans American scientist
Edwin Ernest Salpeter American astronomer
Michael Heidelberger American immunologist
Kaj Ulrik Linderstrøm-Lang Danish biochemist
Paul Heinrich von Groth German mineralogist
Henry Gilman American chemist
Otto Renner German geneticist
Marie-Charles Damoiseau French astronomer
Paul Sabatier French historian
Ludwig Jost German botanist
Ernst Cohen Dutch chemist
G. Evelyn Hutchinson British zoologist
Ralph Walter Graystone Wyckoff American scientist and pioneer of X-ray crystallography.
Erik Stensiö Swedish ichthyologist
Graham Lusk
Solomon Lefschetz American mathematician
Herbert Freundlich chemist
Shosaku Numa biologist
Otto August Rosenberger German astronomer
James F. Crow American geneticist
Heinrich Schwabe German astronomer
Torbjörn Caspersson Swedish biologist
Setsuro Ebashi Biophysicist
Luigi Luciani Italian neuroscientist
Olaf Holtedahl Norwegian geologist
Arthur Stoll Swiss biochemist
Heinrich Kayser German physicist
Ulf von Euler Swedish physiologist
Elmer McCollum American biochemist
Israel Gelfand Soviet-American mathematician
Edward Norton Lorenz American mathematician and meteorologist
Macedonio Melloni Italian physicist
Hans Ussing Danish scientist
Thomas Eisner Chemical ecology scholar
Edward B. Lewis American biologist
Valentine Telegdi American physicist
Barbara Hohn Austrian molecular biologist
Johannes Martin Bijvoet Dutch crystallographer
Zdeněk Bažant
Paul Erman German physicist
J. Robert Oppenheimer American physicist
Edwin H. Land American scientist and inventor
Hans Bethe Physicist
Theodosius Dobzhansky Ukrainian scientist
Robert Koch Son Of Dorothy Bush Koch
Max Delbrück (chemist) German chemist
Irving Langmuir American scientist
János Szentágothai Hungarian anatomist and politician
Jöns Jacob Berzelius Chemist
J. Michael Bishop American biologist
Jack Dongarra
Jacobus Henricus van 't Hoff Chemist and Nobel laureate
Jacobus Kapteyn Dutch astronomer best known for his extensive studies of the Milky Way and as the first discoverer of evidence for galactic rotation
Jacques-Louis Lions French mathematician
Jacques Friedel French physicist
Jacques Hadamard French Mathematician
Jacques Monod French Biologist
Elliott H. Lieb American mathematician
Emil du Bois-Reymond German physician and physiologist
Enrico Fermi Nobel Prize-winning physicist
Ephraim Katzir Israeli scientist
Eric Kandel American neuropsychiatrist
Erich Hückel German physical chemist known for the Debye-Hückel Theory and the Hückel method
Ernst Heinrich Weber German psychologist
Ernst Kummer German Mathematician
Ernst Mayr German-American evolutionary biologist
Erwin Neher German biophysicist
Erwin Schrödinger Physicist
Eugene Wigner Mathematician and Nobel Prize-winning physicist
Theobald Smith American epidemiologist
Theodor Ludwig Wilhelm von Bischoff German physician and biologist
Theodor Svedberg Swedish chemist
Theodor Schwann German biologist
Theodore William Richards United States chemist
Theodore von Kármán Engineer
Thomas A. Steitz American biochemist
Thomas Hunt Morgan American biologist
Thomas Kailath American engineer
Louis Jacques Thénard french chemist
Louis Néel French physicist
Louis Nicolas Vauquelin French chemist
Louis de Broglie Physicist
Ludimar Hermann
Ludvig Faddeev Russian mathematician and physicist
Ludwig Boltzmann Austrian physicist
Luigi Cremona Italian mathematician
Luigi Luca Cavalli-Sforza Italian population geneticist
Luis Federico Leloir Argentine biochemist
Lyman Spitzer American astronomer
Grigory Barenblatt Russian mathematician
Grove Karl Gilbert American geologist
Gustav Heinrich Wiedemann German physicist
Gustav Rose German mineralogist
Haldan Keffer Hartline American neuroscientist
Hannes Alfvén Swedish electrical engineer plasma physicist and Nobel laureate
Hans Christian Ørsted Danish physicist and chemist
Woldemar Voigt German physicist
Yakov Sinai Russian mathematician
Franz Leydig German scientist
Friedrich Bessel German astronomer and mathematician
Friedrich Hirzebruch German mathematician
Friedrich Robert Helmert German mathematician
Friedrich Stromeyer German Chemist
Friedrich Tiedemann German zoologist
Friedrich Wöhler German chemist
Friedrich Wilhelm Argelander German astronomer
Frits Zernike Dutch physicist
Fritz Albert Lipmann American biochemist
Gösta Mittag-Leffler Swedish mathematician
G. Ledyard Stebbins American botanist and geneticist
Gabriel Auguste Daubrée French geologist
Gabriel Lippmann French physicist
Georg Hermann Quincke German physicist
Georg von Neumayer German scientist and explorer
George Andrew Olah Hungarian chemist
Paul Berg American biochemist
Paul Ehrlich German biologist
Paul Erdős Mathematician
Paul Karrer Swiss chemist
Percy Williams Bridgman American mathematician and physicist
Peter Andreas Hansen German astronomer
Peter Debye Dutch physicist and physical chemist Nobel laureate in Chemistry
Peter Goldreich American astronomer
Peter H. Raven American botanist
Denis Duboule Swiss-French biologist
Detlev Bronk scientist
Dmitri Mendeleev Russian chemist
Donald Knuth Computer science
Roger Y. Tsien American biochemist
Rolf M. Zinkernagel Swiss Immunologist
Roy J. Glauber American physicist
Rudolf Clausius German physicist and mathematician
Rudolf Heidenhain
Rudolph A. Marcus Canadian chemist
Ryōji Noyori Japanese chemist
Michael O. Rabin Israeli computer scientist
Michael Stuart Brown American biologist
Michel Chasles French mathematician
Michel Eugène Chevreul French chemist
Mikhail Leonidovich Gromov Russian-born Mathematician
Tullio Levi-Civita Mathematician
Ugo Fano Italian physicist
Sergei Winogradsky Microbiology
Severo Ochoa Spanish physician
Seymour Benzer American geneticist
Shiing-Shen Chern Chinese mathematician
Simon Flexner
Simon Newcomb American astronomer
Simon Schwendener Swiss botanist
Sophus Lie Norwegian mathematician
Stanislao Cannizzaro Italian chemist
Stanley B. Prusiner Neurologist biochemist
Stanley Falkow American microbiologist
Steven Chu Current United States Secretary of Energy
Hans Peter Jørgen Julius Thomsen Danish chemist and scientist
Har Gobind Khorana Indian-American molecular biologist
Harold E. Varmus American scientist
Harold Urey American chemist
Harry B. Gray American chemist
Heike Kamerlingh Onnes Physicist
Heinrich Anton de Bary German surgeon botanist microbiologist and mycologist
Heinrich Christian Schumacher German-Danish astronomer
Heinrich Gustav Magnus German Chemist and Physicist
Heinrich Otto Wieland German Nobel laureate in Chemistry
Heinrich Rose German chemist
Heinrich Wilhelm Dove German sceintist
Hendrik C. van de Hulst Dutch astronomer
Hendrik Casimir Dutch physicist
Hendrik Lorentz Physicist
Henri-Alexandre Deslandres French astronomer
Henri Becquerel French physicist
Henri Cartan French mathematician
Henri Ernest Baillon French botanist
Henri Lebesgue French mathematician
Henri Milne-Edwards French zoologist
Henri Moissan French Chemist
Henri Victor Regnault French physicist
Henri de Lacaze-Duthiers French biologist anatomist and zoologist
Henry Augustus Rowland American physicist
Henry Fairfield Osborn American scientist
Henry Norris Russell American astronomer
Henry Taube American chemist
Herbert Spencer Gasser American physiologist
Kitasato Shibasaburō Japanese scientist
Klaus von Klitzing German Physicist
Kliment Timiryazev Russian biologist
Knut Schmidt-Nielsen Norwegian physiologist
Konrad Emil Bloch American biochemist
Konrad Lorenz Austrian zoologist winner of the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1973.
Kurt Gödel logician mathematician and philosopher of mathematics
Kurt Wüthrich Swiss chemist
Léon Foucault French physicist
Manne Siegbahn Swedish Physicist
Marc Kirschner American biologist
Marcellin Berthelot French chemist
Marie Alfred Cornu French physicist
James Bryant Conant American diplomat
James Cronin American physicist
James Dwight Dana United States geologist mineralogist and zoologist
James E. Darnell American biologist
James Franck German Physicist
Jane Lubchenco American ecologist
Jaroslav Heyrovský Czech chemist
Jean-Antoine Chaptal French chemist and statesman
Jean-Baptiste Édouard Bornet French botanist
Jean-Baptiste Biot French scientist
Jean-Baptiste Dumas French chemist
Duilio Arigoni Swiss chemist
Edmond Becquerel French physicist
Edmond H. Fischer American biochemist
Edmund Beecher Wilson American zoologist geneticist
Edoardo Amaldi Physicist
Eduard Strasburger Polish-German botanist
Eduard Suess Austrian geologist
Edward Witten Mathematical physicist
Eilhard Mitscherlich German chemist
Eli Yablonovitch American physicist
Elias James Corey American chemist
Elias Magnus Fries Mycologist Botanist
Johan Hjort Norwegian marine biologist
Johann Friedrich Blumenbach German physiologist and anthropologist
Johann von Lamont Scottish-German astronomer and magnetician
Johannes Peter Müller German physiologist comparative anatomist and ichthyologist
Johannes Rydberg Swedish physicist
Johannes Wislicenus German chemist
John Bardeen American physicist
John E. Casida American entomologist
John Franklin Enders American medical researcher
John Hasbrouck Van Vleck American physicist
John Holdren American scientist and presidential advisor
John Jacob Abel American biochemist and pharmacologist
Joseph Liouville French mathematician
Joseph Louis François Bertrand French mathematician economist
Joseph Louis Gay-Lussac French chemist
Joshua Lederberg American molecular biologist
Josiah Willard Gibbs Physicist
Jules Bordet immunologist microbiologist
Julius Axelrod American neuroscientist
Julius von Sachs German botanist
Justus von Liebig German chemist
August Krogh Danish physiologist
August Kekulé German organic chemist
August Weismann German evolutionary biologist
Auguste Chauveau
Augustin-Jean Fresnel French physicist and engineer
Augustin-Louis Cauchy French mathematician
Augusto Righi Italian physicist
Bai Chunli Physicist

Foreign Member of the Royal Society (0 years)

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