Three young Israeli scientists have been awarded $100,000 each for their groundbreaking research. Since 2017, the Blavatnik Awards for Young Scientists in Israel has recognized the country’s most promising researchers in life sciences, physical sciences & engineering, and chemistry, and each year, one scientist in each category receives $100,000 to pursue their research. The prizes are awarded to scientists aged up to 42. The awards were established by the Blavatnik Family Foundation, which supports educational, scientific, cultural, and charitable institutions around the world. Over the past decade, it has contributed more than $1 billion to over 250 organizations.
Israeli Scientists Awarded $100,000 For Groundbreaking Research
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