Nominate promising female researchers for the Women in Science prize
It is now possible to nominate candidates for the L’Oréal-Unesco For Women in Science Sweden Prize with support of The Young Academy of Sweden. The prize aims at highlighting promising women in the early stages of their research career in science and creating role models for future generations. It is awarded to identify, encourage and reward women in research who have demonstrated great potential in science (including medicine), physics, technology or mathematics, and whose work contributes to a sustainable development and in solving humanity's greatest challenges.
One of last years recipients was Eleni Stavrinidou, Principal Investigator at Electronic Plants, Laboratory of Organic Electronics (LOE) at Linköping university.
“Back to the Roots: Eleni Stavrinidou receives the prize for engineering basic technology and developing the methods for integrating electronics and living plants aiming to develop stable manufacturing methods where plants themselves integrate electronics, enabling imaginative future applications on a large scale.”
Find out more and nominate your candidate by 27 September:
Last updated: 2020-06-08