The Blavatnik Awards for Young Scientists were established in 2007 by the Blavatnik Family Foundation to identify and honor exceptional young scientists and engineers by celebrating their extraordinary achievements, recognizing outstanding promise, and accelerating innovation through unrestricted funding.
By the close of 2023, the Blavatnik Awards will have awarded prizes totaling $15.4 million. About 60 percent of all recipients are immigrants to the country in which they were recognized and hail from 52 countries across six continents, reflecting the Blavatnik Family Foundation’s recognition that important science is a global enterprise.
The Blavatnik Awards for Young Scientists in Israel are co-administered by the New York Academy of Sciences and The Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities.
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