Being elected a member of the Academy constitutes exclusive recognition of successful achievements. These could be prominent research in mathematics, natural science, engineering, social science or humanities, but also outstanding services to science.
The Academy has today about 450 Swedish and 175 foreign members. Since the start in 1739, about 1.600 Swedes have been elected to membership. The members are divided into ten scientific disciplines, called classes:
Astronomy and space science
Humanities and for outstanding services to science
At the General Meeting on 11 March, Maria Falkenberg, University of Gothenburg, Dan I. Andersson, Uppsala University, Gunnar C. Hansson, University of Gothenburg, Katarina Le Blanc, Karolinska Institutet and Jan Nilsson, Lund University, were elected Swedish members of the Academy.
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