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April 25, 2020

L'Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science International Awards: Call for Nominations 2021.

L'Oréal UNESCO For Women in Science

L'Oréal UNESCO For Women in Science

The Foundation L’Oréal and UNESCO have invited scientists from around the world to nominate candidates for the 2021 L’Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science International Awards. The 2021 International Awards will designate five outstanding researchers in Physical Sciences, Mathematics, and Computer Science, each working in one of the following regions: Africa and the Arab States; Asia Pacific; Europe; Latin America; and North America.

The five laureates will be selected by an international jury for their contribution to scientific advancement and will receive their Awards - €100,000 each - in March 2021 in Paris.

To be considered eligible, the candidate must:

Only eminent scientists, such as heads of scientific institutions, members of national science academies, or other national scientific institutions, research chairs, and professors, can nominate a candidate. Eligible nominators may put forward more than one candidate. Nominations can only be submitted electronically through the dedicated online platform. Submissions should be in English.

Nomination files must be submitted by midnight on 31 May 2020 (France GMT/UTC + 2h). The program would consider only completed nominations received through this platform by the deadline.

Since its creation in 1998, the L’Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science program has distinguished 112 eminent women at the height of their scientific careers and supported more than 3,300 promising young women scientists from over 110 countries through the International Rising Talents Programme and the national and regional Young Talents Programmes.

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