Rupert Sheldrake is one of the most clear-thinking and revolutionary scientists of our time.
- Richard Tarnas, Professor of Philosophy, California Institute of Integral Studies
For decades Rupert has received widespread attention, many finding his work praiseworthy, others criticizing it. Along the way, a few institutions have bravely recognized his academic achievements, best-selling books and innovative ideas. They not only pay tribute to his scientific work but recognize the global influence his ideas have had on spiritual and scientific thought.
- 1960 Open Scholarship in Natural Sciences, Clare College Cambridge
- 1962 Frank Smart Prize for Botany, Cambridge University
- 1963 Greene Cup for General Learning, Clare College Cambridge
- 1994 Book of the Year, Institute for Social Inventions; for Seven Experiments That Could Change the World
- 1999 Book of the Year, Scientific and Medical Network; for Dogs That Know When their Owners Are Coming Home
- 2012 Book of the Year, Scientific and Medical Network; for The Science Delusion (Science Set Free)
- 2013 Top 100 Global Thought Leaders, Duttweiler Institute
- 2014 Doshi Bridgebuilder Award, Loyola Marymount University
- 2015 Lucia Torri Cianci Prize for Innovative Thinking
- 2013-2021 Watkins’ 100 Most Spiritually Influential Living People, Mind Body Spirit magazine