Flanders Marine Institute

Deadline: 30/06/2001
September 29, 2003

A biennial scientific prize, which will be awarded to a researcher or a research team for original scientific study on the components of the marine environment in a medical application.

Eligible areas: fundamental research on medical aspects of physico-chemical and biological characteristics of seawater and of marine organisms; studies on the medical effects of seawater and the maritime climate.

Details: www.vliz.be/Delcroix/delcroix.htm .
Address: Flanders Marine Institute (VLIZ)
Victorialaan 3
B-8400 Oostende
Belgium


Telephone: +32-[0]59/34 21 30
Fax: +32-[0]59/34 21 31
Email: info@vliz.be

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