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September 24th, 2007
EURYI Winners Announced
Researchers with big plans for molecular optoelectronic nanodevices, antimatter and biological nanomachines are among the 20 winners of the European Young Investigator (EURYI) awards for 2007.
The awards are bestowed through scientific peer review and designed to help outstanding young scientists create teams at research centers in Europe. This year's winners will be based in the Czech Republic, France, Germany, Netherlands, Poland, Sweden, Switzerland and Turkey. The award includes prizes ranging from €1 million (approximately $1.4 million) to €1.25 million (about $1.7 million).
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