Harvard / Cambridge / University California / University Chicago / Columbia University / Stanford / Oxford / Princeton / Yale / Cornell / Humboldt University / University Paris / University Gottingen

Nobel laureates. Harvard: 158 Cambridge: 118 University of California: 107 University of Chicago: 98 Columbia University: 96 MIT: 93 Stanford: 83 CIT: 73 Oxford: 69 Princeton: 65 Yale: 61 Cornell: 58 Humboldt University: 55 University of Paris: 59 University of Gottingen: 45

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