EURASC Awardees – Leonardo da Vinci Award

The European Academy of Sciences established the Leonardo da Vinci Award in 2009 for Outstanding Lifelong Achievement.

One Award is attributed  per year.One Award is attributed  per year.

 

 

Nomination Procedure:

1. Nominations for the Leonardo da Vinci Award are invited from Fellows or Honorary Members of the Academy. 

2. The Award will consist of an engraved crystal disc and a Certificate. 

3. The Award recognises an outstanding lifelong achievement. 

4. The Leonardo da Vinci Awardee will be selected by the Academic Council and the Scientific Committee of the European Academy of Sciences. 

In order to nominate a candidate, a nomination letter and a curriculum vitae should be sent to: info@eurasc.eu

Rita Levi-Montalcini

2007 – Italy
Leonardo da Vinci in 2009

Jaques Friedel

2010 – France
Leonardo da Vinci in 2009

James D.Murray

2011- United Kingdom
Leonardo da Vinci in 2011

Helmut Schwarz

2007 – Germany
Blaise Pascal Medal in 2011 and Leonardo da Vinci Award in 2021 – Chemistry

Michael Graetzel

2004 – Switzerland
Leonardo da Vinci in 2013

Jean Jouzel

2015 – France
Leonardo da Vinci in 2015

Vincenzo Balzani

2007 – Italy
Leonardo da Vinci in 2017 and Blaise Pascal Medal in 2009 – Chemistry

John Ball

2018 – United Kingdom
Leonardo da Vinci in 2018

Pierre Corvol

2003 – France
Leonardo da Vinci in 2019

Klaus Muellen

2015 – Germany
Leonardo da Vinci in 2020