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Körber European Science Prize

News-Archive of the Körber European Science Prize

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Körber European Science Prize 2020 goes to Botond Roska. The Hungarian physician revolutionised ophthalmology with his work and is one of the world's leading experts in the study of vision and the retina.

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The computer scientist has developed mathematical methods that have made a significant contribution to helping artificial intelligence (AI) reach its most recent heights. Therefor Schölkopf received the Körber Prize 2019, endowed with one Million euros.

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The German physicist, mathematician and computer scientist Bernhard Schölkopf is to receive the Körber European Science Prize, endowed with one million euros. He has developed mathematical methods that have made a significant contribution to helping artificial intelligence (AI) reach its most recent heights.

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For revolutionary insights into the origins of humankind Svante Pääbo received the 2018 Körber Prize. He is being honoured for his pioneering achievements in the field of palaeogenetics. The prize, endowed with 750.000 euros, was presented in Hamburg City Hall.

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The astrophysicist Karsten Danzmann received the Körber European Science Prize 2017, endowed with 750,000 euros, from the Körber Foundation on 7 September. Hamburg's Mayor Olaf Scholz welcomed the guests to the award ceremony in the City Hall, and Ranga Yogeshwar presented the winner and his research work.

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The Körber Foundation congratulates Ben Feringa most sincerely on winning the Nobel Prize in Chemistry. Together with Niek van Hulst, Martin Möller and Justin Molloy, Ben Feringa received the Körber European Science Prize in 2003 for a light-driven molecule-sized motor.

 

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