Competition for the Wolf Prize for Science and Arts announced Jul 26, 2020 | 11:40

A competition has been announced for the Wolf Prize in the arts and sciences for 2021.

The Wolf Prize has been awarded in Israel since 1978 by The Wolf Foundation in six nominations: agriculture, chemistry, mathematics, medicine, physics and art. This prize is awarded to well-known figures of science and art who have made a significant contribution to the development of mankind and the establishment of friendly relations between peoples.

For each nomination, the prize includes a diploma and a sum of $ 100,000. In the event that a group of persons is awarded the prize, it is divided equally between them.

The prize is awarded not to organizations, but to individuals, regardless of their nationality, race, religion, gender and political beliefs. Candidate documents must be submitted by September 10, 2020.

Note that the President of Israel will present the Wolf Prize to the laureates. The ceremony will take place in Jerusalem.

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