The Project received supporting letters from two Israeli presidents, the former president Mr. Moshe Katsav and the ex president Mr. Shimon Peres. The Endorsement Committee includes prominent social and political figures. Below is the list of the 55 Nobel Prize laureates who endorsed the Project.
May remembrance of the past help to build a better world for all
Prof. Walter Kohn, USA, Nobel Prize laureate in Chemistry, 1998
The heredity of the individual weaves into the history of the collective. From the dust of forgetfulness, the Am haZikaron project creates a meaningful narrative.
Prof. James Heckman, USA, Nobel Prize laureate in Economics, 2000
We very much appreciate the project "Am haZikaron"
His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama, Tenzin Gyatso, Nobel Prize laureate in Peace, 1989
I believe that the history of every people is fascinating, while the history of the Jewish People, persecuted during centuries, is fascinating in particular. This Project is extremely interesting and I support this undertaking.
Prof. Vitaly Ginzburg, Russia, Nobel Prize laureate in Chemistry, 2004
The history and rich cultural heritage of the Jewish people must not be lost. The Am haZikaron Institute is dedicated to uncovering and preserving these important elements of Jewish identity, and I enthusiastically support its work.
Prof. Jerome Isaac Friedman, USA, Nobel Prize laureate in Physics, 1990
Collectively remembering history is indispensable for understanding human society. Jewish history forms an essential part of the history of mankind, giving revealing insights into numerous relevant aspects.
Prof. Richard R. Ernst, Switzerland, Nobel Prize laureate in Chemistry, 1991
A nation without a past has no future.
Prof. Aaron Ciechanover, Israel, Nobel Prize laureate in Chemistry, 2004
I am happy to endorse this project which would seem to me is a worthy, though arduous, endeavor. I hope that the findings will be enlightening as well as historically significant. I have always found it fascinating to try to discover just how far back in time it was that the common ancestors of the eastern Mediterranean people lived. This program may lead the way to others. Thank you for offering me to join the list of endorsers.
Prof. Elias James Corey, USA, Nobel Prize laureate in Chemistry, 1990
I find "Am haZikaron" project most interesting and wish the project luck. Moreover, I shall be pleased to join the Endorsement Committee.
Prof. Arvid Carlsson, Sweden, Nobel Prize laureate in Physiology or Medicine, 2000
I am delighted to endorse the "AM haZikaron" project and would further endorse Professor P. Berg's recommendation to include genomic data where possible, as an invaluable data source for future generations.
Prof. Mario Capecchi, USA, Nobel Prize Laureate in Physiology or Medicine, 2007
I endorse this project as a means of tracing genetic origins alongside the historical record.
Prof. Bruce Beutler, USA, Nobel Prize laureate in Physiology or Medicine, 2011
I consider “Am haZikaron” as worthy project and fully support it. It would also be of great value to collect genomic data along with geneological information with the long term possibility of integrating the two.
Prof. Paul Berg, USA, Nobel Prize laureate in Chemistry, 1980
The unique and special history of the Jewish people should be recorded and preserved as a part of the history of the world. I endorse this effort and hope that scientific analysis of DNA sequences will enrich our knowledge of this history.
Prof. David Baltimore, USA, Nobel Prize laureate in Physiology or Medicine, 1975
As non-Jews of Scandinavian protestant origin, I can assure all that this work is also important to my family and to me.
Prof. Peter Agre, USA, Nobel Prize laureate in Chemistry, 2003