Throughout the rich history of the University, graduates have become the Nobel Prize laureates; ruled the country; headed ministries and departments; have become Olympic champions, poets, and discoverers.
9 Nobel Prize winners
Physiology and Medicine, 1904
Chemistry, 1956 (with Sir Cyril Hinshelwood)
Physics, 1964 (with Charles Hard Townes and Nikolay Basov)
Economics, 1975 (with Tjalling Charles Koopmans)
Physiology and Medicine, 1908
Chemistry, 2023 (with Moungi Bawendi and Louis Brus)