Awards to Women Scientists - DEADLINE 30 April 2020
Eligible candidates: Women scientists from Scientifically and Technologically Lagging (STL) countries who have been living and working there for a minimum of two years immediately prior to their nomination. Nominations for the 2020 award are invited in the fields of Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics or Engineering Sciences. Fellows of TWAS are not eligible. For a list of STL countries, please visit: https://twas.org/node/2329
Eligible candidates: Women scientists who are nationals of a Low-Income African country. The awards recognizes scientific achievements in Biological Sciences. Fellows of TWAS are not eligible. For a list of eligible country, please visit: https://twas.org/opportunity/twas-abdool-karim-award-biolo
NOMINATIONS: Nominations for all of the above-mentioned awards can only be submitted electronically through the new on-line platform by clicking on the: “New Nomination” button, to start a new nomination; “Resume” button, i.e. to resume working on saved nominations.
Awards to Young Scientists - DEADLINE 15 May 2020
This newly established award reflects the long-standing partnership between the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) and TWAS. CAS President and former TWAS President Bai Chunli played a central role in creating the award, funded by the Chinese technology company Lenovo. Eligible candidates are scientists not older than 45 years of age who are living and working in a developing country. In 2020 the award will recognize a young scientist for achievements in the physical sciences, including physics and chemistry. The recipient will receive USD10,000.
The award, named after Professor Atta-ur-Rahman, a distinguished Member of the Academy, is being conferred since 2012. It is now sponsored by the the Searle Company Ltd. The recipient will receive USD 5,000. Eligible candidates are young chemists (not older than 40), national of a Scientifically and Technologically Lagging (STL) country. All fields of Chemistry are eligible. For a list of STL countries please visit: https://twas.org/node/2329