Nobel Prizes with a crystallographic reference

Many of the outstanding scientific work in the fields of physics, chemistry and medicine, which has been awarded the Nobel Prize since 1901, is more or less closely related to crystallography. This underlines the pronounced interdisciplinary character of crystallography. Since a clear distinction to the neighbouring disciplines is not possible in principle, the following table makes no claim to completeness.

2011 Chemistry Daniel Shechtman
For the discovery of quasicrystals
2009 Chemistry V. Ramakrishnan, T.A. Steitz, A.E. Yonath
Studies of the structure and function of the ribosome
2006 Chemistry R.D. Kornberg
Studies of the molecular basis of eukaryotic transcription
2003 Chemistry R. MacKinnon
Potassium Channels and the Atomic Basis of Selective Ion Conduction
1997 Chemistry P.D. Boyer, J.E. Walker, J.C. Skou
Elucidation of the enzymatic mechanism underlying the synthesis of adenosine triphosphate (ATP) and discovery of an ion-transporting enzyme
1996 Chemistry R.Curl, H. Kroto, R. Smalley
Discovery of the fullerene form of carbon
1994 Physics Bertram N. Brockhouse, Clifford G. Shull
Neutron Diffraction and Neutron Spectroscopy
1988 Chemistry Johann Deisenhofer, Robert Huber, Hartmut Michel
Structure and molecular function of a membrane-bound protein-chromophore complex
1987 Physics Georg Bednorz, K. Alex Müller
Discovery of high-temperature superconductors
1986 Physics Ernst Ruska, Gerd Binning, Heinrich Rohrer
Development of the electron microscope and the scanning tunneling microscope
1985 Chemistry Herbert A. Hauptmann, Jerome Karle
Direct methods in crystal structure determination
1982 Chemistry Aaron Klug
Structure of nucleic acid-protein complexes
1976 Chemistry William N. Lipscomb
Structure of borohydrides
1964 Chemistry Dorothy Crowfoot Hodgkin
Determination of the structure of important biochemical compounds by X-ray diffraction
1962 Medicine James D. Watson, Francis H.C.Crick, Maurice H.F. Wilkins
Determination of the structure of deoxyribonucleic acid and its significance for the genetic code
1962 Chemistry Max F. Perutz, John C. Kendrew
X-ray diffraction structure determination of myoglobin and hemoglobin
1954 Chemistry Linus C. Pauling
Nature of the chemical bond and structure of complex compounds
1937 Physics Clinton J. Davisson, Sir George P. Thompson
Electron diffraction on crystals
1936 Chemistry Peter J. Debye
Contributions to the knowledge of molecular structures by investigations of dipole moments as well as by X-ray and electron diffraction on gases
1915 Physics Sir William H. Bragg, William L. Bragg
Determination of crystal structure using X-rays
1914 Physics Max von Laue
Discovery of the diffraction of X-rays on crystals