Aleksandr Prokhorov
The 1964 Nobel Prize in Physics, for his inventions in the field of laser technology.
Ilya Mechnikov
The 1908 Nobel Prize in Physiology and Medicine.
Ivan Pavlov
The 1904 Nobel Prize in Medicine and Physiology, for his work on the physiology of digestion.
Leonid Kantorovich
The 1975 Nobel Prize in Economics, for his contribution to the theory of optimum allocation of resources.
Lev Landau
The 1962 Nobel Prize in Physics, for his work on the theory for condensed matter, especially liquid helium.
Nikolay Semenov
The 1956 Nobel Prize in Chemistry, for his development of the chain reaction theory.
Wassily Leontief
The 1973 Nobel Prize in Economics.
  1. Ivan P. Pavlov, a physiologist.
    The 1904 Nobel Prize in Medicine and Physiology, for his work on the physiology of digestion.
  2. Ilya I. Mechnikov, a biologist.
    The 1908 Nobel Prize in Physiology and Medicine.
  3. Nikolay N. Semenov, a physical chemist.
    The 1956 Nobel Prize in Chemistry, for his development of the chain reaction theory.
  4. Lev D. Landau, a physicist.
    The 1962 Nobel Prize in Physics, for his work on the theory for condensed matter, especially liquid helium.
  5. Aleksandr M. Prokhorov, a physicist.
    The 1964 Nobel Prize in Physics, for his inventions in the field of laser technology.
  6. Wassily W. Leontief, an economist.
    The 1973 Nobel Prize in Economics.
  7. Leonid V. Kantorovich, a mathematician and economist.
    The 1975 Nobel Prize in Economics, for his contribution to the theory of optimum allocation of resources.
  8. Iosif A. Brodskiy, a poet
    The 1987 Nobel Prize in Literature.
  9. Christopher Antoniou Pissarides, an economist
    The 2010 Nobel Prize in economics.