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 Science

Prof. Sir Fraser Stoddart

Albert Einstein World Award of Science 2007 Field of Research: Chemistry and Molecular Nanotechnology Date: 24 Nov 2007 Place of Ceremony: University Theater Host Institution:

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Winner of the World Award of Education

Prof. Marlene Scardamalia

José Vasconcelos World Award of Education 2006 Field of Work: Contribution in the field of Social education, “Knowledge Society” Date: 28 October 2006 Place of

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Winner of the World Award of Science

Prof. Ahmed Zewail

Albert Einstein World Award of Science 2006 Field of Research: Femtoscience and contributions to the revolutionary discipline of Physical Biology Date: 28 October 2006 Place

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Winner of the World Award of Science

Prof. John J. Hopfield

Albert Einstein World Award of Science 2005 Field of Research: Life Sciences Date: 12 November 2005 Place of Ceremony: Fernando Soler City Theatre Host Institution:

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Winner of the World Award of Arts

Enrique Norten

Leonardo da Vinci World Award of Arts 2005 Area of Work: Architect Date: 12 November 2005 Place of Ceremony: Fernando Soler City Theatre Host Institution:

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Winner of the World Award of Education

Sir David Attenborough

José Vasconcelos World Award of Education 2004 Field of Work: Brodcasting – Education Date: 08 November 2004 Place of Ceremony: Amphithéâtres de l’Europe Host Institution:

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Winner of the World Award of Science

Prof. Ralph J. Cicerone

Albert Einstein World Award of Science 2004 Field of Research: Atmospheric Chemistry Date: 08 November 2004 Place of Ceremony: Amphithéâtres de l’Europe Host Institution: University

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Winner of the World Award of Arts

Otto Piene

Leonardo da Vinci World Award of Arts 2003 Area of Work: Sculptor and Sky Artist Date: 17 November 2003 Place of Ceremony: National Archives of

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Winner of the World Award of Science

Prof. Martin Rees

Albert Einstein World Award of Science 2003 Field of Research: Astrophysics Date: 17 November 2003 Place of Ceremony: National Archives of Finland Host Institution: University

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Winner of the World Award of Science

Prof. Daniel Janzen

Albert Einstein World Award of Science 2002 Field of Research: Biology Date: 14 November 2002 Place of Ceremony: Trinity College Host Institution: University of Dublin

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McGill University, Canada

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McGill University

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