Noble prize is the most important award anyone can get in this whole world. Will of renowned Swedish scientist Alfred Nobel, first established the award Nobel Prize in 1895.

It is awarded in five different categories Chemistry, Literature, Peace, Physics, and Physiology or Medicine.

 Later Economic Sciences were included in the category. However, as it is not one of the prizes that Alfred Nobel established in his will in 1895, some do not consider it as an original Nobel Prize. The Noble prize was first awarded in 1901. Since then it has become the pinnacle of success. Highest achievement anyone can get in their fields. People, Countries took great pride in Nobel laureates

Here is a list of Top 20 countries with the highest number of Nobel Prize winners from 1901 to 2020

Important Note: An individual is included both in his place of origin and place of work

PositionCountryFlagTotal Nobel Prize
1United States of America
383
2United Kingdom
132
3Germany
108
4France
69
5Sweden
32
6Russia
31
7Switzerland

Japan

28
8Canada
27
9Austria
22
10Netherlands
21
11Italy
20
12Poland
18
13Denmark

Hungary

Norway


13
14India

Australia

Israel


12
15Belgium

Ireland

south Africa


11
16China

Spain

8
17Czech republic

Ukraine

6
18Argentina

Finland

5
19Egypt

Romania

4
20Lithuania

Mexico

New Zealand


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