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Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Prize 2010

The winners of Germany's most prestigious research prize have been officially announced. At its meeting in Bonn today, the Joint Committee of the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG, German Research Foundation) named ten researchers, four women and six men, as the winners of the 2011 Leibniz Prize. The award winners were selected by the Nominations Committee from among 152 nominees, and will each receive € 2.5 million in prize money. Of the ten Leibniz Prizes awarded this year, four were awarded in the life sciences, three in the natural sciences, two in the engineering sciences, and one in the humanities and social sciences.

Prizewinners 2010

Prof. Dr. Jan Born

Prof. Dr. Jan Born

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Prof. Dr. Peter Fratzl

Prof. Dr. Peter Fratzl

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Prof. Dr. Roman Inderst

Prof. Dr. Roman Inderst

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Prof. Dr. Christoph Klein

Prof. Dr. Christoph Klein

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Prof. Dr. Ulman Lindenberger

Prof. Dr. Ulman Lindenberger

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Prof. Dr. Frank Neese

Prof. Dr. Frank Neese

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Prof. Dr. Jürgen Osterhammel

Prof. Dr. Jürgen Osterhammel

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Prof. Dr. Petra Schwille

Prof. Dr. Petra Schwille

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Prof. Dr. Stefan Treue

Prof. Dr. Stefan Treue

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Prof. Dr. Joachim Weickert

Prof. Dr. Joachim Weickert

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