Every year, the academics prize for young researchers is awarded to one person who has had a lasting impact on academia and research through outstanding commitment, forward-looking ideas or exemplary actions. The award may go to any researcher worldwide from any discipline who is under 36 years of age at the time of application.
The Frankfurt-based Aventis Foundation grants up to three postdoctoral awards for early career researchers in the field of life sciences. Each award is endowed with a subsidy amount of € 100,000. With this effort, the Aventis Foundation aims to provide substantial support to young researchers, to enable them to work independently and encourage them to pursue bold and unconventional ideas.
In 2020, the Foundation partners with Goethe University Frankfurt, Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz, Technische Universität Darmstadt and Heidelberg University. Accordingly, only researchers employed by these universities will be eligible to apply for the award this year.
Dagmar Eißner Award (in German only)
This award honors scientific work that is documented through recent publication(s). The call for applications is limited to female researchers at the University Medical Center of JGU who are below the age of 35 at the time of their application.
DFG Scientific Prizes
The German Research Foundation honors scientists and academics in recognition of their outstanding research achievements. There are different prizes for different disciplines.
Gutenberg Translation Award
The Gutenberg Council for Young Researchers honores a postdoctoral researcher with the Gutenberg Translation Award. The award comes with a cash prize of up to 10,000 €. It aims at promoting the translation of an excellent publication and contributes significantly to international visibility.
This prize endowed by Sibylle Kalkhof-Rose aims at promoting young researchers. The prize is awarded to researchers in the natural sciences and humanities on a rotating basis.