|Leningrad (now St Petersburg)||7||6|
|Jan Kazimierz University||3||0|
|Moscow State University||18||6|
|Institute of Experimental Medicine||2||4|
|Military Medical Academy||69||38|
|Laboratory of biophysics||1||0|
|State Institute for Medical Knowledge||1||11|
|Kazan Federal University||1||15|
|USSR Academy of Sciences||1||0|
|University of Kharkov||0||2|
|Odessa National University||0||4|
|Leningrad Medical Institute||0||1|
|State Institute for Genetic Research||0||1|
|Institute of Medicine||0||6|
|Petrograd (now St Petersburg)||0||1|
|Lemberg (now Lviv, SU)||0||15|
|Royal Institute for Experimental Medicine||0||1|
|Imperial Academy of Medicine||0||1|
|Clinic of the Grand Duchess Hélène Pavlovna||0||2|
|Russian Academy of Sciences||0||1|
Twelve laureates were awarded a Nobel Prize in 2020, for achievements that have conferred the greatest benefit to humankind.
Their work and discoveries range from the formation of black holes and genetic scissors to efforts to combat hunger and develop new auction formats.
See them all presented here.