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Open call: L'ORÉAL-UNESCO Research Awards for Women in Science 2017

The L'ORÉAL-UNESCO For Women in Science Program opens the call for its 2017/18 Research Awards. In this edition, five prizes will be awarded, each of 15,000 €, to the Research Centers that support the projects developed in the center by Spanish women scientists during the year 2018. 

The projects must be developed in the Research center that applies for the award, by scientific women under 40 years old (the age limitation is extended one year for every child) in the area of Physical Sciences.

The period for submitting applications is from April 17 to May 21, 2017 (inclusive).

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Anna Laromaine was awarded with the L'ÓREAL-UNESCO For Women in Science Program award in 2016. Read the news here.

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