Japan Prize

The Japan Prize (日本国際賞, Nihon-kokusai-shō?, lit.: Japan International Prize) is awarded to people from all parts of the world whose "original and outstanding achievements in science and technology are recognized as having advanced the frontiers of knowledge and served the cause of peace and prosperity for mankind."

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Japan Prize - Laureates
... Masato Sagawa Japan for the developing the world's highest performing Nd-Fe-B type permanent magnet and contributing to energy conservation ... Tadamitsu Kishimoto Toshio Hirano Japan for the discovery of interleukin-6. 2010 Shun’ichi Iwasaki Japan for contributions to high-density magnetic recording technology by the development of a perpendicular magnetic recording method ...
Ken Thompson - Awards - Japan Prize
... In 2011 Ken Thompson, along with Dennis Ritchie, was awarded the Japan Prize for Information and Communications for the pioneering work in the development of Unix operating system ...

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