The World Laureates Association (WLA) is one of the largest world laureates’ organization, which consists of 148 laureate members: 62 Nobel Laureates, 23 Wolf Prize Winners, 14 Lasker Award Winners, 7 Turing Award Winners, 6 Fields Medal Winners, 16 Breakthrough Prize Winners, 2 Kyoto Prize Winners, 11 Canada Gairdner International Award Winners, 1 World Food Prize Winner, 3 MacArthur Fellows, and 3 other extraordinary scientists. They cover 80 leading laboratories and research institutions in 25 countries around the world.
WLA’s vision is to bring together the smartest brains in the world and to build a scientific and technological community of share future for mankind. WLA’s mission has always been advocating for science worldwide, and promoting the growth of young scientists and cross-border scientific cooperation.
Promote basic science
Advocate international cooperation
Committed to youth growth