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13 July 2011

Two new prizes to honour young scientists from Pakistan

The Pakistan Academy of Sciences and TWAS announce "Abdus Salam Prize in Science" and "Salimuzzaman Siddiqui Prize in Applied Science and Technology".

Two new prizes to honour young scientists from PakistanThe Pakistan Academy of Sciences and TWAS, considering the necessity to foster scientific and technological cooperation among developing countries, are announcing the new "Abdus Salam Prize in Science" and the "Salimuzzaman Siddiqui Prize in Applied Science and Technology".

An annual call is made by the Pakistan Academy of Sciences for suitable candidates working in the fields of basic sciences for the "Abdus Salam Prize in Science" and applied sciences/technology for the "Salimuzzaman Siddiqui Prize in Applied Science and Technology". The specific fields for both prizes rotate on an annual basis. 

The two prizes follow the general framework and regulations of the TWAS Prizes for Young Scientists from developing countries.

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