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.
Professor Vincenzo Balzani has been awarded the Leonardo da Vinci Award for his many outstanding contributions to the development of major branches of chemistry that include Photochemistry, Supramolecular Chemistry, and Molecular Nanotechnology. .... more
Professor Michael Mingos has been awarded the Blaise Pascal Medal in Chemistry for his ground-breaking contributions and pioneering role in the areas of inorganic and structural chemistry where he profoundly influenced the development of the field .... more
Professor Nikita Morozov has been awarded the Blaise Pascal Medal in Engineering for his outstanding and innovative contributions to advanced nonlinear solid mechanics, fracture mechanics, and the related engineering applications. .... more
Professor Francisco J. Ayala has been awarded the Blaise Pascal Medal in Life Sciences for his outstanding contribution to the field of evolution and experimental evolutionary biology... more
ProfessorLuis Liz-Marzan has been awarded the Blaise Pascal Medal in Materials Science for his contributions to the understanding of nanocrystal growth and self-assembly, plasmonic properties and sensing applications... more
Professor Felix Otto has been awarded the Blaise Pascal Medal in Mathematics for seminal contributions on stochastic homogenization, calculus of variations, functional analysis and applications to thin-film micro magnetism.... more
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