Due Date: May 15, 2019
Applications for the UNESCO-Equatorial Guinea International Reward 2019 for Research Study in the Life Sciences are now open. The reward rewards substantial efforts of people or organizations through clinical research study towards enhancing the quality of human life.
Life sciences hold the secret to a much better future, as they add to hardship elimination, enhanced health, food and water security. The core goals of the Reward is to motivate research study, boost partnership among scientists and strengthen networks of centers of quality in the life sciences towards these objectives.
- The Reward, moneyed by the Republic of Equatorial Guinea, is provided every year to an optimum of 3 laureates. They get:.
- A financial award of USD 350,000, divided similarly amongst laureates, to assist even more their research study;-LRB- **************).
- A certificate and the “Integracion Tribal” statuette by Equatorial Guinean artist Leandro Mbomio.
- Open to private( s) or organizations backed by:.
- Either Member States in assessment with their Nationwide Commissions; or
- Non-governmental companies in main collaboration with UNESCO active in a field covered by the Reward.
- Each can back approximately 5 prospects no behind the due date set each year. Self-nominations will not be thought about.
Prospects need to register online After registration, prospects will get a momentary password to gain access to and finish an online type in English or French.
Application consists of:
- Background Info;-LRB- **************).
- Summary of the prospect’s contribution to the Reward’s goals;-LRB- **************).
- Summary of the work/research;-LRB- **************).
- List of Publications.
All supporting product (e.g. publications, images, videos) need to be sent digitally through the online system.
When total, applications might be sent in 2 methods:
- Prospects welcomed to use by a NGO can publish evidence of their recommendation and send to the UNESCO Secretariat.
- Prospects can send their application to a National Commission through the online procedure.
For additional information, go to UNESCO-Equatorial Guinea International Reward