List of scientists from Europe

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This is a list of scientists from Europe.

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  • Lyubomir Ivanov, got the award, Acad. Nikola Obreshkov Prize, the highest Bulgarian award in mathematics.;[7] Linguistics, Mathematics

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  • Janez Stanovnik, was president of the Socialist Republic of Slovenia; economist

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  13. Tbilisi State University
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