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The Pontifical Academy
Pontifical Academy
of Sciences (Italian: Pontificia accademia delle scienze, Latin: Pontificia Academia Scientiarum) is a scientific academy of the Vatican City, established in 1936 by Pope
Pius XI, and thriving with the blessing of the Papacy ever since.[2] Its aim is to promote the progress of the mathematical, physical, and natural sciences and the study of related epistemological problems. The Academy has its origins in the Accademia Pontificia dei Nuovi Lincei (" Pontifical Academy
Pontifical Academy
of the New Lynxes"), founded in 1847 as a more closely supervised successor to the Accademia dei Lincei
Accademia dei Lincei
("Academy of Lynxes") established in Rome in 1603 by the learned Roman Prince, Federico Cesi
Federico Cesi
(1585–1630), who was a young botanist and naturalist, and which claimed Galileo Galilei
Galileo Galilei
as its president. The Accademia dei Lincei survives as a wholly separate institution.[3] The Academy of Sciences, one of the Pontifical academies at the Vatican in Rome, is headquartered in the Casina Pio IV
Casina Pio IV
in the heart of the Vatican Gardens.[4] The academy holds a membership roster of the most respected names in 20th century science, including such Nobel laureates as Ernest Rutherford, Max Planck, Otto Hahn, Niels Bohr, Erwin Schrödinger, and Charles Hard Townes.


1 History 2 Activities 3 Goals and hopes of the Academy 4 Members

4.1 President 4.2 Current ordinary members 4.3 Current honorary members 4.4 Current ex officio members

5 Nobel Prize-winning members 6 See also 7 Notes 8 References 9 External links


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Cesi wanted his academicians to adhere to a research methodology based upon observation, experimentation, and the inductive method. He thus called his academy "dei lincei" because its members had "eyes as sharp as lynxes," scrutinizing nature at both microscopic and macroscopic levels. The leader of the first academy was the famous scientist Galileo Galilei. Academy of Lynxes was dissolved after the death of its founder, but was re-created by Pope
Pius IX in 1847 and given the name Accademia Pontificia dei Nuovi Lincei (" Pontifical Academy
Pontifical Academy
of the New Lynxes"). It was later re-founded in 1936 by Pope
Pius XI and given its current name. Pope
Paul VI in 1976 and Pope
John Paul II
John Paul II
in 1986 subsequently updated its statutes. Since 1936, the Pontifical Academy
Pontifical Academy
of Sciences has been concerned both with investigating specific scientific subjects belonging to individual disciplines and with the promotion of interdisciplinary co-operation. It has progressively increased the number of its academicians and the international character of its membership. The Academy is an independent body within the Holy See
Holy See
and enjoys freedom of research. The statutes of 1976 express its goal: "The Pontifical Academy of Sciences has as its goal the promotion of the progress of the mathematical, physical, and natural sciences, and the study of related epistemological questions and issues."[3] Activities[edit]

Academy entrance

Since the Academy and its membership is not influenced by factors of a national, political, or religious character it represents a valuable source of objective scientific information which is made available to the Holy See
Holy See
and to the international scientific community. Today the work of the Academy covers six main areas:

fundamental science the science and technology of global questions and issues science in favor of the problems of the Third World the ethics and politics of science bioethics epistemology

The disciplines involved are sub-divided into eight fields: the disciplines of physics and related disciplines; astronomy; chemistry; the earth and environmental sciences; the life sciences (botany, agronomy, zoology, genetics, molecular biology, biochemistry, the neurosciences, surgery); mathematics; the applied sciences; and the philosophy and history of sciences. Principal among the many publications produced by the Academy are:

Acta – proceedings of the Plenary Sessions Scripta Varia – major works such as full reports on Study Weeks & Working Groups held at the Academy; some, due to their special importance, have been taken up by foreign publishers Documenta & Extra Series – for quick publication of summaries and conclusions of Study Weeks and Working Groups; also for rapid diffusion of Papal addresses to the Academy, and of significant documents such as the "Declaration on the Prevention of Nuclear War" Commentarii – notes and memoirs as well as special studies on scientific subjects.[5]

With the goal of promoting scientific research, the Pius XI Medal is awarded by the Academy every two years to a young scientist who is under the age of 45 and shows exceptional promise. A few of the winners have also become members of the Academy.[6] Goals and hopes of the Academy[edit] The goals and hopes of the Academy were expressed by Pope
Pius XI in the motu proprio "In multis solaciis" which brought about its re-foundation in 1936:

"Amongst the many consolations with which divine Goodness has wished to make happy the years of our Pontificate, I am happy to place that of our having being able to see not a few of those who dedicate themselves to the studies of the sciences mature their attitude and their intellectual approach towards religion. Science, when it is real cognition, is never in contrast with the truth of the Christian faith. Indeed, as is well known to those who study the history of science, it must be recognized on the one hand that the Roman Pontiffs and the Catholic Church
Catholic Church
have always fostered the research of the learned in the experimental field as well, and on the other hand that such research has opened up the way to the defense of the deposit of supernatural truths entrusted to the Church.... We promise again that it is our strongly-held intention, that the 'Pontifical Academicians', through their work and our Institution, work ever more and ever more effectively for the progress of the sciences. Of them we do not ask anything else, since this praiseworthy intent and this noble work in the service of the truth is what we expect of them."[7]

Forty years later (10 November 1979), John Paul II
John Paul II
once again emphasized the role and goals of the Academy, on the 100th anniversary (centenary) of the birth of Albert Einstein:

"The existence of this Pontifical Academy
Pontifical Academy
of Sciences, of which in its ancient ancestry Galileo was a member and of which today eminent scientists are members, without any form of ethnic or religious discrimination, is a visible sign, raised amongst the peoples of the world, of the profound harmony that can exist between the truths of science and the truths of faith.... The Church of Rome together with all the Churches spread throughout the world attributes a great importance to the function of the Pontifical Academy
Pontifical Academy
of Sciences. The title of 'Pontifical' given to the Academy means, as you know, the interest and the commitment of the Church, in different forms from the ancient patronage, but no less profound and effective in character.... How could the Church have lacked interest in the most noble of the occupations which are most strictly human – the search for truth?"[8]

"Both believing scientists and non-believing scientists are involved in deciphering the palimpsest of nature which has been built in a rather complex way, where the traces of the different stages of the long evolution of the world have been covered over and mixed up. The believer, perhaps, has the advantage of knowing that the puzzle has a solution, that the underlying writing is in the final analysis the work of an intelligent being, and that thus the problem posed by nature has been posed to be solved and that its difficulty is without doubt proportionate to the present or future capacity of humanity. This, perhaps, will not give him new resources for the investigation engaged in. But it will contribute to maintaining him in that healthy optimism without which a sustained effort cannot be engaged in for long."[8]

On 8 November 2012 Pope
Benedict XVI told members of the Pontifical Academy of Sciences:

"Dialogue and cooperation between faith and science are urgently needed for building a culture that respects people and the planet.... Without faith and science informing each other, the great questions of humanity leave the domain of reason and truth, and are abandoned to the irrational, to myth, or to indifference, with great damage to humanity itself, to world peace and to our ultimate destiny.... (As people strive to) unlock the mysteries of man and the universe, I am convinced of the urgent need for continued dialogue and cooperation between the worlds of science and of faith in building a culture of respect for man, for human dignity and freedom, for the future of our human family, and for the long-term sustainable development of our planet."[9]

Members[edit] The new members of the Academy are elected by the body of Academicians and chosen from men and women of every race and religion based on the high scientific value of their activities and their high moral profile. They are then officially appointed by the Roman Pontiff. The Academy is governed by a President, appointed from its members by the Pope, who is helped by a scientific Council and by the Chancellor. Initially made up of 80 Academicians, 70 who were appointed for life. In 1986 John Paul II
John Paul II
raised the number of members for life to 80, side by side with a limited number of Honorary Academicians chosen because they are highly qualified figures, and others who are Academicians because of the posts they hold, including: the Chancellor of the Academy, the Director of the Vatican Observatory, the Prefect of the Vatican Apostolic Library, and the Prefect of the Vatican Secret Archives. President[edit] The president of the Academy is appointed from its members by the Pope. The current president is Joachim Von Braun,[10] as of June 21, 2017. who takes over from Nobel laureate Werner Arber,[11] who is a Nobel Prize
Nobel Prize
Laureate and was the first Protestant to hold the position. Current ordinary members[edit]

Werner Arber
Werner Arber
(1981– ) David Baltimore
David Baltimore
(1978– ) Vanderlei Salvador Bagnato (2012– ) Antonio M. Battro (2002– ) Daniel Adjei-Bekoe (1983– ) Paul Berg
Paul Berg
(1996– ) Enrico Berti (2001– ) Robert Eric Betzig
Eric Betzig
(2016– ) Günter Blobel
Günter Blobel
(2001– ) Thierry Boon-Falleur (2002– ) Joachim von Braun (2012– ) Luís Caffarelli (1994– ) Luigi Luca Cavalli-Sforza
Luigi Luca Cavalli-Sforza
(1994– ) Aaron Ciechanover
Aaron Ciechanover
(2007– ) Claude Cohen-Tannoudji
Claude Cohen-Tannoudji
(1999– ) Francis S. Collins
Francis S. Collins
(2009– ) Yves Coppens
Yves Coppens
(2014–) Suzanne Cory (2004– ) Paul J. Crutzen
Paul J. Crutzen
(1996– ) Stanislas Dehaene
Stanislas Dehaene
(2008–) Edward M. De Robertis
Edward M. De Robertis
(2009– ) Francis L. Delmonico
Francis L. Delmonico
(2016– ) Manfred Eigen
Manfred Eigen
(1981– ) Gerhard Ertl
Gerhard Ertl
(2010– ) Albert Eschenmoser (1986– ) Antonio García-Bellido
Antonio García-Bellido
(2003– ) Takashi Gojobori (2007– ) Theodor W. Hänsch
Theodor W. Hänsch
(2006– ) Michał Heller
Michał Heller
(1990– ) Fotis Kafatos (2003– ) K. Kasturirangan (2006– ) Klaus von Klitzing
Klaus von Klitzing
(2007– ) Nicole Marthe Le Douarin (1999– ) Tsung-Dao Lee
Tsung-Dao Lee
(2003– ) Yuan Tseh Lee
Yuan Tseh Lee
(2007– ) Jean-Marie Lehn
Jean-Marie Lehn
(1996– ) Pierre Léna
Pierre Léna
(2001– ) Juan Maldacena
Juan Maldacena
(2013–) Yuri Ivanovich Manin
Yuri Ivanovich Manin
(1996– ) Beatrice Mintz
Beatrice Mintz
(1986– ) Jürgen Mittelstrass
Jürgen Mittelstrass
(2002– ) Erna Möller (2013–) Mario J. Molina
Mario J. Molina
(2000– ) Salvador Moncada
Salvador Moncada
(2016– ) Rudolf Muradyan (1994– ) Miguel Nicolelis
Miguel Nicolelis
(2011– ) Sergej Novikov (1996– ) Ryōji Noyori
Ryōji Noyori
(2002– ) William D. Phillips
William D. Phillips
(2004– ) John Charles Polanyi (1986– ) Ingo Potrykus
Ingo Potrykus
(2005– ) Frank Press
Frank Press
(1999– ) Yves Quéré (2003– ) V. Ramanathan (2004– ) Chintamani Rao (1990– ) Peter H. Raven
Peter H. Raven
(1990– ) Martin J. Rees
Martin J. Rees
(1990– ) Ignacio Rodríguez-Iturbe (2007– ) Carlo Rubbia
Carlo Rubbia
(1985– ) Roald Sagdeev (1990– ) Hans Joachim Schellnhuber
Hans Joachim Schellnhuber
(2015– ) Michael Sela (1975– ) Maxine Singer
Maxine Singer
(1986– ) Wolf Singer
Wolf Singer
(1992– ) Govind Swarup
Govind Swarup
(2008– ) Hans Tuppy
Hans Tuppy
(1970– ) Rafael Vicuña (2000– ) Cédric Villani
Cédric Villani
(2016– ) Edward Witten
Edward Witten
(2006– ) Shinya Yamanaka
Shinya Yamanaka
(2013– ) Chen Ning Yang
Chen Ning Yang
(1997– ) Ada Yonath
Ada Yonath
(2014– ) Antonino Zichichi
Antonino Zichichi
(2000– )

Current honorary members[edit]

Jean-Michel Maldamé, O.P. (1997– )

Current ex officio members[edit]

Chancellor of the Academy: Marcelo Sánchez Sorondo
Marcelo Sánchez Sorondo
(1998– ) Director of the Vatican Observatory: Guy Consolmagno, S.J. (2015– ) Prefect of the Vatican Apostolic Library: Cesare Pasini (2007– ) Prefect of the Vatican Secret Archives: Sergio Pagano, B. (1997– )

Nobel Prize-winning members[edit] During its various decades of activity, the Academy has had a number of Nobel Prize
Nobel Prize
winners amongst its members, many of whom were appointed Academicians before they received this prestigious international award.

Ernest Rutherford
Ernest Rutherford
(Chemistry, 1908) Guglielmo Marconi
Guglielmo Marconi
(Physics, 1909) Alexis Carrel
Alexis Carrel
(Physiology, 1912) Max von Laue
Max von Laue
(Physics, 1914) Max Planck
Max Planck
(Physics, 1918) Niels Bohr
Niels Bohr
(Physics, 1922) Werner Heisenberg
Werner Heisenberg
(Physics, 1932) Paul Dirac
Paul Dirac
(Physics, 1933) Erwin Schrödinger
Erwin Schrödinger
(Physics, 1933) Peter J.W. Debye
Peter J.W. Debye
(Chemistry, 1936) Otto Hahn
Otto Hahn
(Chemistry, 1944) Sir Alexander Fleming
Sir Alexander Fleming
(Physiology, 1945) Chen Ning Yang
Chen Ning Yang
and Tsung-Dao Lee
Tsung-Dao Lee
(Physics, 1957) Joshua Lederberg
Joshua Lederberg
(Physiology, 1958) Rudolf Mössbauer
Rudolf Mössbauer
(Physics, 1961) Max F. Perutz
Max F. Perutz
(Chemistry, 1962) John Carew Eccles
John Carew Eccles
(Physiology, 1963) Charles H. Townes
Charles H. Townes
(Physics, 1964) Manfred Eigen
Manfred Eigen
and George Porter
George Porter
(Chemistry, 1967) Har Gobind Khorana
Har Gobind Khorana
and Marshall W. Nirenberg
Marshall W. Nirenberg
(Physiology, 1968) Christian de Duve
Christian de Duve
(Physiology, 1974) George Emil Palade
George Emil Palade
(Physiology, 1974) David Baltimore
David Baltimore
(Physiology, 1975) Aage Bohr
Aage Bohr
(Physics, 1975) Abdus Salam
Abdus Salam
(Physics, 1979) Paul Berg
Paul Berg
(Chemistry, 1980) Kai Siegbahn
Kai Siegbahn
(Physics, 1981) Sune Bergstrom
Sune Bergstrom
(Physiology, 1982) Carlo Rubbia
Carlo Rubbia
(Physics, 1984) Klaus von Klitzing
Klaus von Klitzing
(Physics, 1985) Rita Levi-Montalcini
Rita Levi-Montalcini
(Physiology, 1986) John C. Polanyi (Chemistry, 1986) Yuan Tseh Lee
Yuan Tseh Lee
(Chemistry, 1986) Jean-Marie Lehn
Jean-Marie Lehn
(Chemistry, 1987) Joseph E. Murray
Joseph E. Murray
(Physiology, 1990) Gary S. Becker
Gary S. Becker
(Economics, 1992) Paul J. Crutzen
Paul J. Crutzen
and Mario J. Molina
Mario J. Molina
(Chemistry, 1995) Claude Cohen-Tannoudji
Claude Cohen-Tannoudji
(Physics, 1997) Ahmed H. Zewail
Ahmed H. Zewail
(Chemistry, 1999) Günter Blobel
Günter Blobel
(Physiology, 1999) Ryoji Noyori
Ryoji Noyori
(Chemistry, 2001) Aaron Ciechanover
Aaron Ciechanover
(Chemistry, 2004) Gerhard Ertl
Gerhard Ertl
(Chemistry, 2007) Ada Yonath
Ada Yonath
(Chemistry, 2009) Shinya Yamanaka
Shinya Yamanaka
(Physiology, 2012)[12]

Other eminent Academicians include Padre Agostino Gemelli (1878–1959), founder of the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart and President of the Academy after its re-foundation until 1959, and Mons. Georges Lemaitre
Georges Lemaitre
(1894–1966), one of the fathers of contemporary cosmology who held the office of President from 1960 to 1966, and Brazilian neuroscientist Carlos Chagas Filho. See also[edit]

Catholic Church
Catholic Church
& science


^ https://cruxnow.com/vatican/2017/06/23/new-head-pontifical-academy-science-natural-francis-choice/ ^ Magisterium ^ a b In multis solaciis ^ Casina Pio IV ^ Publications ^ Medal ^ Pius XI ^ a b JP II ^ Benedict XVI Archived 7 February 2017 at the Wayback Machine. ^ http://press.vatican.va/content/salastampa/it/bollettino/pubblico/2017/06/21/0435/00975.html ^ "Vatican appoints Protestant". Archived from the original on 6 October 2012.  ^ Nobel


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