|Alma mater||Kyoto University|
|Doctoral advisor||Hitoshi Nozaki|
|Other academic advisors||Elias J. Corey|
Ryōji Noyori (野依 良治, Noyori Ryōji, born September 3, 1938) is a Japanese chemist. He won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 2001, Noyori shared a half of the prize with William S. Knowles for the study of chirally catalyzed hydrogenations.
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- Organic synthesis in Japan : past, present, and future : in commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the Society of Synthetic Organic Chemistry, Japan / editor in chief, Ryoji Noyori (1992)
- Asymmetric catalysis in organic synthesis (1994)
- T. J. Colacot. "2001 Nobel Prize in Chemistry". Platinum Metals Review 2002, 46(2), 82–83.
- Ryoji Noyori Nobel lecture (2001)
- Ryoji Noyori Nobel lecture video (2001)
- Biographical snapshots: Ryoji Noyori, Journal of Chemical Education web site.