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Date limite: Avant le 15 décembre 2006 L’Agence universitaire de la Francophonie lance un appel à candidatures pour la troisième édition du Prix de la Francophonie pour jeunes chercheurs. Cet appel est ouvert du 1er octobre au 15 décembre 2006.


Deadline: 30 November 2006


This October, at the 3rd Annual EURYI Award Ceremony, twenty-five researchers will receive awards which will enable them to create research teams in Europe to focus on cutting-edge science research. The list of the 2006 Awardees includes researchers who will be based in 11 countries – Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, the Netherlands, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland.


Every year, the EU celebrates its best young scientific talent at the EU Contest for Young Scientists. Now into its 18th year, this high profile event is open to young people aged between 14 and 21 years old, who are the winners of national competition. This way, the Contest gives these students the opportunity to compete with the best of their contemporaries at European level. The 18th edition will take place in Stockholm, Sweden, from 23-28 September 2006 and will be hosted by the National Museum of Science and Technology. More information on the EU Young Scientist Contest : http://ec.europa.eu/research/youngscientists/index2.htm


Competition is available for young researchers (up to 35-years by the end of the year in which the decision is made) employed by research units of the V4 Academies. Competition is open in one scientific field each year. The scientific field of competition for yeach year is determined at he meeting of the V4 Academies of a given year. Each Academy can nominate one candidate. Each Academy announces the competition. Application deadline is March 31, each year. Nominations should be sent both by e-mail and by post to the national Academies.


This contest is designed to attract outstanding young scientists from any country in the world to create their own research teams in European research centers. Most awards are between .1,000,000 and .1,250,000 and comparable in size to the Nobel Prize. The EURYI Awards Scheme provides the resources to pursue an independent research career, including the development and building up of a research group where appropriate. The candidates are selected on the basis of their academic and research excellence and their future potential.

·        Supported by

European Heads of Research Councils (EUROHORCs)

European Science Foundation (ESF)

·        Objective

To attract outstanding young researchers from anywhere in the world to work in Europe and lead their own research team.

·        Target Group

Young scientists up to 35 years from all countries

·        Call for Applications

Deadline: November 30, 2005

 

GE Healthcare and Science/AAAS have joined forces in creating the GE & Science Prize for Young Life Scientists. Since 1995, the aim of the prize has been to recognize outstanding Ph.D. graduate students from around the world and reward their research in the field of molecular biology. Both Science/AAAS and GE Healthcare believe that support of promising scientists at the beginning of their careers is critical for continued scientific programs. Each year, the grand prize winner receives a prize of US$25,000, while runners-up receive prizes of US$5000.

http://www.sciencemag.org/feature/data/prizes/ge/index.dtl

 

Deadline: 15 July 2006

 

 

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under Framework Programme 6 in the Structuring the ERA specific programme.