Rey Jaime I Awards, 2015
Deadline March 22nd 2015.
The Rey Jaime I Prizes were created in 1989 through the initiative of the Valencian Foundation for Advanced Studies. His Majesty the King is the Honorary President. Their objectives were to promote investigation and scientific development in Spain with the help of scientific entities and business organizations. Rey Jaime I Prizes have a national scope and are organized annually in seven different categories: Basic Research, Economics, Medical Research/Clinical Medicine, Protection of Nature, New Technologies, Entrepreneur and Social Commitment
- Fundación Valenciana de Estudios Avanzados
- Generalitat Valenciana
- Under Patronage and Presidency of H.M. The King of Spain
Anyone who has made most of his career in Spain and preferably residing in Spain. For the award of social commitment, any person, company or institution, public or private that carries out its activity in the social field in Spain.
Candidates can be proposed by researchers, Universities, Royal Academies, Professional Colleges, Hospitals, Businesses, Managerial Associations, Business Schools, Foundations and whomever the Foundation invites to do so. The candidates of previous years can renew their candidacy by a written communication with the Foundation.
The winner of each award will receive a diploma, a gold medal and a hundred thousand euros, with the commitment to allocate a portion of the prize to research.