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NATO Science Partnership Prize

2003 Prize for Collaboration under the
NATO Science Programme

Presentation of the 2003 NATO Science Partnership Prize

Nominations are now invited for the second annual NATO Science Partnership Prize.

Launched in 2002, the Prize is awarded jointly to two scientists - one from a NATO Country and one from a Partner or Mediterranean Dialogue Country - who have collaborated through the NATO Science Programme.

The purpose of the Prize is to recognize excellence in scientific collaboration between Partner/Mediterranean Dialogue and NATO country scientists in certain activities supported by the NATO Science Programme. Information on the winners of the Prize in 2002 may be accessed here.

The 2003 Prize is offered for Science for Peace projects which have been active for a minimum of three years, or for Collaborative Linkage Grants.

The Prize will be presented to the joint winners by NATO Secretary General Lord Robertson of Port Ellen at an Award Ceremony at NATO Headquarters in October 2003.

The Prize will consist of a cash award of €10,000 per recipient to be used to support research activity, as well as a special crystal memento and a certificate

Nominations are therefore invited from anyone who has knowledge of excellent results of collaborative partnerships supported through a Collaborative Linkage Grant, or a Science for Peace grant, and who would like to see the work of the collaborators recompensed in this way.

Eligibility and Selection Criteria may be found here, together with a form which should be used to nominate candidates for the Prize.


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