Winners

The winners of the WCC Awards are outstanding representatives of the cultural community, who have worked with steadfast dedication to science, education or the arts and through their work made clear contributions to the enhancement of life on earth.

All Winners

Winner of the World Award of Education

Prof. Hans Ulrich Gumbrecht

José Vasconcelos World Award of Education 2012 Field of Work: European literatures; history and pragmatics of communication media; epistemology of everyday culture and philosophy Date:

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Winner of the World Award of Science

Prof. Geoffrey Alan Ozin

Albert Einstein World Award of Science 2011 Field of Research: Nanochemistry Date: 10 November 2011 Place of Ceremony: Assembly Hall Host Institution: University of Tartu

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Winner of the World Award of Arts

Todd Siler

Leonardo da Vinci World Award of Arts 2011 Area of Work: Visual artist, writer, inventor and polymath Date: 10 November 2011 Place of Ceremony: Assembly

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Winner of the World Award of Science

Dr. Julio Montaner

Albert Einstein World Award of Science 2010 Field of Research: Biomedicine Date: 08 December 2010 Place of Ceremony: Great Hall Adolfo López Mateos Host Institution:

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Winner of the World Award of Education

Prof. Christian Azar

José Vasconcelos World Award of Education 2010 Field of Work: Energy and Environment Date: 08 December 2010 Place of Ceremony: Great Hall Adolfo López Mateos

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Winner of the World Award of Science

Prof. Sir John Houghton

Albert Einstein World Award of Science 2009 Field of Research: Environmental Research Date: 25 November 2009 Place of Ceremony: Academic Hall Host Institution: University of

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Winner of the World Award of Arts

Marcell Jankovics

Leonardo da Vinci World Award of Arts 2009 Area of Work: Art – Philosophy Date: 25 November 2009 Place of Ceremony: Academic Hall Host Institution:

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Winner of the World Award of Science

Prof. Ada Yonath

Albert Einstein World Award of Science 2008 Field of Research: Ribosomal Crystallography Date: 11 November 2008 Place of Ceremony: Richardson Auditorium, Alexander Hall Host Institution:

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Winner of the World Award of Education

Prof. William G. Bowen

José Vasconcelos World Award of Education 2008 Field of Work: Higher education Date: 11 November 2008 Place of Ceremony: Richardson Auditorium, Alexander Hall Host Institution:

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Winner of the World Award of Arts

Prof. Anne Moeglin-Delcroix

Leonardo da Vinci World Award of Arts 2007 Area of Work: Art – Philosophy Date: 24 Nov 2007 Place of Ceremony: University Theater Host Institution:

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McGill University, Canada

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