European Science Foundation

Deadline: 15/06/2004
September 29, 2003

The European Science Foundation invites nominations for the Latsis Prize 2004. The prize of SF100,000 is presented each year to a scientist or research group for outstanding and innovative contributions in a selected field of European research. The research field for the 2004 prize is bioinformatics.

Nominations may be received for individual scholars or for research groups, but no self nominations will be accepted. Full details here
Address: European Latsis Prize
European Science Foundation
1, quai Lezay-Marnésia
BP 90015
F-67080 Strasbourg cedex
Telephone: +33 (0)3 8876 7116
Fax: + 33(0)3 8836 6945

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