European Academy of Sciences (EURASC) : Mission
EURASC carries an important mission to promote excellence in science and technology and their essential roles in fostering social and economic development and progress. The official name of the institution is European Academy of Sciences (Académie Européenne des Sciences). It is registered and operates under rules and regulations of the Kingdom of Belgium (law 27.06.1921 ultimately revised in 2003). The European Academy of Sciences was recognized by Royal Decree of December 17, 2003, issued by Albert II, the King of Belgium.
Prof. Michael Graetzel, Leonardo Da Vinci Award (Germany) - Prof. Benoît Perthame, Blaise Pascal Medal in Mathematics (France) - Prof. Anne L'Huillier , Blaise Pascal Medal in Physics (Sweden/France) - Prof. Maurizio Prato, Blaise Pascal Medal in Materials Science (Italy) - Prof. Vladimir Torchilin Blaise Pascal Medal in Biomedical Sciences (USA/Russia) - Prof. Dmitry Klimov, Blaise Pascal Medal in Engineering (Russia)
Prof. Anne L'Huillier (Blaise Pascal Medal in Physics) and the President of EURASC, Prof. Sasa Divjak at Toulouse for the Ceremony of Awards
The Presidium of the European Academy of Sciences congratulates warmly Professor Herbert Gleiter (Blaise Pascal Medallist in 2009 and member of the Scientific Committee of Materials Science of EURASC) for being elected by the University of Nanjing of Science and Technology (NUST) and the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) to become the Founding Director of the "Herbert Gleiter Institute of Nanoscience" (HGI) at Nanjing.