- The Letten Prize committee has concluded its work
- The Letten Prize board has made its decision
- The Letten Prize winner and runners-up will be announced on the website on June 17 at 12:00 CEST.
- World Federation of Science Journalists (WFSJ) will host online events interviewing the Winner and the Runners-up.
The Letten Prize Committee has concluded its work
Recruited through the Young Academy Network through Global Young Academy, The Prize Committee has consisted of seven young excellent researchers from all over the world.
Before the committee went to work, all applications were evaluated by members of The Young Academy of Norway, and the best applications were handed to The Letten Prize Committee.
The committee received a long-list consisting of 25 candidates. Through meetings, e-mail exchanges, and interviews they concluded their work and sent a recommendation to the Letten Prize Board who in turn made the final decision.
The winner and runners-up for The Letten Prize will be announced June 17 at 12:00 CEST
The winner is awarded 2 million NOK of which ¼ is for personal usage and ¾ is to be used for research activities.
After the announcement, The World Federation of Science Journalists (WFSJ) will host online events for journalists. The events will be recorded and published on The Letten Prize’s YouTube Channel.