List of scientists from Europe

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This is a list of scientists from Europe.

AlbaniaEdit

AustriaEdit

AzerbaijanEdit

BelarusiaEdit

BelgiumEdit

Pages appear in Category:Belgian scientists

Bosnia and HerzegovinaEdit

Pages appear in Category:Bosnia and Herzegovina scientists‎

BulgariaEdit

  • Lyubomir Ivanov, got the award, Acad. Nikola Obreshkov Prize, the highest Bulgarian award in mathematics.;[6] Linguistics, Mathematics

CroatiaEdit

Pages appear in Category:Croatian scientists

CzechiaEdit

Pages appear in Category:Czech scientists

DenmarkEdit

Pages appear in Category:Danish scientists

EstoniaEdit

Pages appear in Category:Estonian scientists

FinlandEdit

Pages appear in Category:Finnish scientists

FranceEdit

Pages appear in Category:French scientists

GeorgiaEdit

Pages appear in Category:Scientists from Georgia (country)

GermanyEdit

Great BritainEdit

Pages appear in Category:British scientists

GreeceEdit

Pages appear in Category:Greek scientists

HungaryEdit

Pages appear in Category:Hungarian scientists

IrelandEdit

Pages appear in Category:Irish scientists

ItalyEdit

Pages appear in Category:Italian scientists

KosovoEdit

LatviaEdit

Pages appear in Category:Latvian scientists

LithuaniaEdit

LuxembourgEdit

Pages appear in Category:Luxembourgian scientists

MacedoniaEdit

MoldovaEdit

NetherlandsEdit

Pages appear in Category:Dutch scientists

NorwayEdit

Pages appear in Category:Norwegian scientists

PolandEdit

Pages appear in Category:Polish scientists

PortugalEdit

Pages appear in Category:Portuguese scientists

RomaniaEdit

RussiaEdit

Pages appear in Category:Russian scientists

SlovakiaEdit

SloveniaEdit

Pages appear in Category:Slovenian scientists
  • Janez Stanovnik, was president of the Socialist Republic of Slovenia; economist

SpainEdit

Pages appear in Category:Spanish scientists

SwedenEdit

Pages appear in Category:Swedish scientists

SwitzerlandEdit

Pages appear in Category:Swiss scientists

TurkeyEdit

UkraineEdit

Pages appear in Category:Ukrainian scientists

Related pagesEdit

ReferencesEdit

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  6. The Academician Nikola Obreshkov Prize for 1987
  7. Энциклопедия для детей (астрономия). Москва: Аванта+. 1998. ISBN 978-5-89501-016-7.
  8. Panksepp, J (1992). "A critical role for "affective neuroscience" in resolving what is basic about basic emotions". Psychological Review. 99 (3): 554–60. doi:10.1037/0033-295X.99.3.554. PMID 1502276. S2CID 5551253.
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  12. Tbilisi State University
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