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Now is the time to submit your own research or nominate a colleague for
consideration for the Foresight Institute Feynman Prize in Nanotechnology.
Two prizes, one for theoretical and one for experimental work, will be awarded to researchers whose recent research significantly advances the development of molecular nanotechnology. Established in honor of Nobel Prize winner Richard Feynman, the prizes will be presented at the 11th Foresight Conference on Molecular Nanotechnology, October 10-12, 2003 in San Francisco.
An award of $5,000 will be given in each category to the top submission selected by the committee. The selection committee is composed of previous Feynman Prize winners.
When nominating, please designate whether the submission is for the
Experimental or Theoretical prize. At a minimum, one of the following items
must be submitted with nominations:
1. URL of biography, CV, and/or research group
2. List of up to five most relevant publications
3. URLs for, or copies of, up to five most relevant publications (pdf, html, or paper)
4. Statement of up to 400 words describing the work and its relevance to the
goal of molecular nanotechnology and/or molecular manufacturing. [If the work has multiple authors, the nominee's role must be stated.]
For more information, please visit us at foresight.org.
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