Winner of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry Director-General of CRDS, Japan Science and Technology Agency (JST) Distinguished Prefessor, Nagoya University RIKEN Fellow (Former President of RIKEN)
Ryoji Noyori is a 2001 Nobel laureate in chemistry for his development of chirally catalyzed hydrogenation reactions.
Postdoctoral Fellow, Harvard University
Dr. Eng., Kyoto University
Master, Kyoto University
Bachelor, Kyoto University
Director, Science Museum, Japan Science Foundation
Director-General, Center for Research and Development Strategy (CRDS), Japan Science and Technology Agency (JST)
Chair, Education Rebuilding Council
Chair, Science and Technology Council, Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology
President, RIKEN (2015– RIKEN Fellow)
University Professor, Nagoya University
President, The Chemical Society of Japan
Dean, Graduate School of Science, Nagoya University
Professor, Nagoya University
Associate Professor, Nagoya University
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, Province of China.
Lomonosov Large Gold Medal (Russian Academy of Sciences)
Nobel Prize in Chemistry (Sweden)
Roger Adams Award (American Chemical Society)
Wolf Prize in Chemistry (Israel)
Order of Culture (Japanese Government)
King Faisal International Prize for Science (Saudi Arabia)
Person of Cultural Merit (Japanese Government)
Arthur C. Cope Award (American Chemical Society)
Japan Academy Prize
Tetrahedron Prize (UK)
Asahi Prize (Japan)
Center for Research and Development Strategy, Japan Science and Technology Agency.
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