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FNR Award for Outstanding Scientific Publications
Each year, the FNR attributes “Awards for Outstanding Scientific Publications” for articles released in peer-reviewed journals or for scientific monographs. Each award amounts to EUR 5,000 and may go to individuals or a group of researchers from public institutions and services with a research mission, or non-profit associations pursuing activities of a scientific nature.
FNR Award for the Outstanding Promotion of Science to the Public
Each year, the FNR attributes “Awards for the Outstanding Promotion of Science to the Public”. Each award amounts to EUR 5,000 and may go to individuals (scientists, teachers, etc.), institutions or non-profit associations that have successfully contributed to the promotion of science to the public in Luxembourg.
FNR Award for Outstanding PhD Thesis
Each year, the FNR attributes “Awards for Outstanding PhD Thesis” to an individual who has concluded his/her PhD with a dissertation of outstanding scientific quality. Each award amounts to EUR 5,000.
FNR Special Award
The FNR Special Award rewards individuals, associations or institutions for their outstanding contribution to the promotion and/or development of science and research in Luxembourg or in relation with Luxembourg.
Submission of proposals
Applications have to be submitted by e-mail (to: firstname.lastname@example.org) using the specific Application Form available until 1 April of each year. Please submit a signed PDF version of your application or hand in an additional signed hard copy via traditional mail.
Award for Outstanding Scientific Publications
Award for the Outstanding Promotion of Science to the Public
Award for Outstanding PhD Thesis