NEW YORK May 21, 2012 Blavatnik Awards for Young Scientists New York New Jersey Connecticut $25,000 $15,000 $10,000 $5,000
This year the Blavatnik Awards accepted nominations in 35 scientific disciplines, and applications were evaluated by 63 distinguished judges. The Blavatnik Awards program is distinct from other awards programs in its effort to compare applicants between and across all scientific and technological disciplines.
Michal Lipson Cornell University
The 2012 winners and finalists work in a wide variety of scientific fields. Those in faculty positions conduct research in the fields of public health, ecology, physics, mathematics, computer science, and chemistry. Postdoctoral awardees are advancing the areas of astronomy, medicine, developmental biology, neuroscience, and structural and molecular biology.
Columbia University New York University Princeton University The Rockefeller University Syracuse University Yale University
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The winners are:
B. Andrei Bernevig Princeton University
Jason Fridley Syracuse University
Alison Galvani Yale University
Assaf Naor New York University
The Rockefeller University Darst Lab
Michael Hahn Columbia University Savin Lab
Robert Johnston New York University Desplan Lab
Elisa Oricchio Wendel Lab
Nicholas Stavropoulos The Rockefeller University Young Lab
In addition to the nine aforementioned winners, the New York Academy of Sciences is pleased to announce two faculty members who have been named as finalists in the 2012 competition.
The faculty finalists are:
Michael Collins Columbia University
Wei Min Columbia University
the United States United Kingdom Israel Oxford University Harvard University Tel Aviv University Len Blavatnik Access Industries
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SOURCE New York Academy of Sciences