Achieving More Together

The world-spanning Humboldt Network is an important foundation stone for collaboration amongst scientists and scholars, and thus for excellent research. Fifty-five Humboldtians have already won a Nobel Prize. In 2005, the Nobel Prize in Chemistry went to Richard Schrock and, in 2016, two Humboldtians were honoured: Ben Feringa and Fraser Stoddart. An overview of their connections within the Humboldt Network.

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The interactive map is optimized for desktop computers. As an alternative, you may download the map as a PDF file here.

published in Humboldt Kosmos 111/2020


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