The Blavatnik Family Foundation, the Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities and the New York Academy of Sciences announced today the Laureates of the 2023 Blavatnik Awards for Young Scientists in Israel. The Blavatnik Awards recognize outstanding, innovative scientists at the early stages of their careers, both for their extraordinary achievements and their promise for future discoveries. The prizes are awarded to researchers aged 42 and younger for groundbreaking work in life sciences, chemistry, and physical sciences & engineering. The Blavatnik Awards in Israel sit alongside their international counterparts, the Blavatnik National Awards and Blavatnik Regional Awards in the United States and the Blavatnik Awards in the United Kingdom.
Blavatnik Awards for Young Scientists in Israel Announces 2023 Laureates
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