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Applications invited for UNESCO-Russia Mendeleev Prize

Applications invited before 28th February, 2024 for UNESCO-Russia Mendeleev Prize in Basuc Sciences. No age limit.

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The UNESCO-Russia Mendeleev International Prize in the Basic Sciences aims to raise awareness of the importance of these disciplines for peaceful and prosperous societies. It was created to foster scientific progress, science popularization and international cooperation. The Prize is awarded annually to two scientists in recognition of their breakthrough discoveries, outstanding innovations and avid promotion of the basic sciences which have led to socio-economic transformation at global or regional scale. The first edition of the prize was in 2021.

Eligibility Criteria:
The Prize is awarded to candidates whose scientific achievements contribute
to socio-economic transformation and impact development on a regional or
global scale, based on:
* Excellence in research in the fields of basic sciences;
* Basic sciences education and popularization;
* International or regional cooperation in the basic sciences.

Selection criteria by the Jury for the Applications Invited
The selection criteria of the candidates are the following:
A. The candidate’s outstanding contribution to/achievement in research and innovation in
the basic sciences in the form of a published communication, basic sciences education
and dissemination;
B. The impact of the candidate’s research on the current state of the relevant scientific
fields: chemistry, physics, mathematics and biology (number, quality and impact of
publications, conference presentations, patents, impact on society);
C. The candidate’s visibility and his/her recognition by peers within his/her discipline through
multi-stakeholders’ collaborations or publications conducive to scientific innovation and
discoveries in basic sciences for sustainable development and achievements in scholar
and university books;
D. The recognition of the candidate’s commitments to basic sciences and to the United
Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development more broadly.

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