|Nominations are now being taken for the 2014 fundamental physics prize. The nominations are open to the public as well as the scientific community.|
There are two prize categories:
• The New Horizons in Physics Prize, a $100,000 prize awarded to young researchers.
• The Fundamental Physics Prize, a $3,000,000 award given to researchers making transformative advancements in the field, with special attention to recent developments.
You can make your nomination by following this link.
Nominations will be accepted until October 15, 2013 and the three winners will be announced in November. Read more by following the link below.