Eureka Prize for Excellence in Research by an Interdisciplinary Team
The Eureka Prizes are presented annually by the Australian Museum, the Eureka Prizes rewards excellence in the fields of research & innovation, science leadership, school science and science journalism & communication.
The Eureka Prize for Excellence in Research by an Interdisciplinary Team encourages outstanding, innovative research that demonstrates the benefits of practical interdisciplinary cooperation. The $10,000 prize, to be presented by the Australian Research Council’s CEO, Professor Margaret Sheil, rewards an Australian research partnership, group or team for a groundbreaking outcome that has involved collaboration and integration between researchers from two or more unrelated disciplines.
Entries to the 2011 Eureka Prizes opened on 4 February and will close at midnight (AEST) on 6 May 2011.
The winner of the Eureka Prize for Excellence in Research by an Interdisciplinary Team will be announced at the Eureka Prizes annual gala awards dinner — to be held on 6 September 2011.
For more information and to enter visit the Eureka Prizes website.