The 2023 Blavatnik Awards for Young Scientists in Israel awards ceremony was held last night (Wednesday) at the Peres Center for Peace and Innovation in Tel Aviv, in the presence of President Yitzhak Herzog and his wife Michal. Three young researchers from universities in Israel each won a grant of 100 thousand dollars for their groundbreaking research in three fields — life sciences, chemistry, and physical sciences and engineering.
A prize of 100 thousand dollars: these are the researchers of the future of Israel
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