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WINGS (Women IN Great Sciences) (in swe/eng)

2018-08-09

Nedan Marianne Liebi, forskningsminister Helene Hellmark Knutsson och Ruth Pöttgen Foto: Emma Burendahl

L’Oréal-Unesco For Women in Science-priset med stöd av Sveriges unga akademi

The L'Oréal Unesco For Women in Science award in Sweden, supported by Sweden's young academy, aims at highlighting promising women in the early stages of their research career in science (including medicine), technology and mathematics and creating role models for future generations.

For more information about the application can be found on the link (in Swedish only): http://www.sverigesungaakademi.se/733.html 

http://www.sverigesungaakademi.se/733.htmlThe L'Oréal Unesco For Women in Science Prize is awarded to pay attention to, encourage and reward female researchers who have demonstrated great potential in science (including medicine), physics, technology or mathematics, whose work contributes to sustainable development and solving the greatness of mankind challenges.

The award rewards two promising female researchers for the quality of their research and development towards independence, and aims to encourage researchers to pursue a career in science. The prize is 150,000 kronor per person and the prize winners will also be invited to a one-year mentorship program organized by Sweden's young academy.

There is also an official instagram account available. 

 

Pristagare 2018 

2018 belönades Marianne Liebi, forskarassistent, den kondenserade materiens fysik, Chalmers, ”för konstruktivt användande av avancerade avbildningsmetoder för biomaterial med mål att förstå kopplingen mellan molekylära och mekaniska egenskaper”, och Ruth Pöttgen, biträdande universitetslektor i partikelfysik vid Lunds universitet, ”för experimentellt utforskande av universums mörka materia”. 


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