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Albert Einstein World Award for Science

The Albert Einstien World Award for Science was created as a means of recognition for scientists who have accomplished scientific and technological achievements which have brought progress to science and benefit to mankind. It is awarded annually for work in the field of Physics-Mathematics-Astronomy; Life Sciences: Biology, Biochemistry, Medicine, Paleoanthropology, Ecology or Chemistry. The award consists of a Diploma, a Commemorative medal, and US $10, 000.



Nomination Details

(Information about the 2018 competition has not yet been posted to the website; below is information posted for the 2017 competition which closed November 2016)

Candidates for the awards may be selected and proposed only through the following authorities in any country:

  • The President, the Prime Minister.
  • Ministers of Science and Technology or Culture and Education.
  • Directors of Institutes and Organizations.
  • Rectors of Universities.
  • Members of the World Cultural Council.
  • Outstanding personalities in Science and Culture.

Nomination Process

A complete nomination package will consit of the following:

  1. A Letter of Nomination
  2. Two Reference Letters
  3. CV
  4. A 1-2 page resume with justification of the nomination and outlining the nominee's greatest achievements
  5. A list of the candidate's 10 most significant papers
  6. A list of ALL publications
  7. A recent photograph in high resolution

Nominations must be submitted by email.

Further information can be found at http://www.consejoculturalmundial.org/awards/world-award-of-science/