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The prizes recognizes Outstanding Scientific and Technological Achievements Resulting from European Collaborative Research.
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The RSC recognizes outstanding achievements in research and innovation by awarding medals and prizes.
It awards literary prizes to authors and publishing houses, and recognizes journalists who practice ethical reporting of local and Southern history.
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She applied and was accepted, where she was a classmate of Vanessa Redgrave, graduating with a first class degree in drama and four acting prizes, one being the Gold Medal as Outstanding Student.
Nominated for over two hundred prizes and accolades since its debut, the series has won several awards over the years, including the Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Drama Series thrice, once in 2009 and again in the years of 2010 and 2011.
The film was awarded several prizes including: the 2005 Marlon Riggs Award ( for courage & vision in Bay Area filmmaking ) by the San Francisco Film Critics Circle ; the 2005 Outstanding Artistic Achievement Award by Outfest, the Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian Film Festival and the 2005 Best US Narrative Screenplay Award from The New Festival, New York Lesbian and Gay Film Festival.
He has been a tournament runner-up four times and earned five special prizes for Fighting Spirit, one for Outstanding Performance and one for Technique.
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In 1995, Robert May, Baron May of Oxford, at the time the Chief Scientific Adviser to the British government, requested that the organizers no longer award Ig Nobel prizes to British scientists, claiming that the awards risked bringing genuine experiments into ridicule.
The past few years have witnessed such substantial progress in scientific research that SIT has been repeatedly awarded prizes covering the Progress in Scientific Research and Success in Educational Research at the state, ministerial or municipal levels.
Among his many prizes and awards, Prof. Krieger holds the national decorations of the National Order of Scientific Merit by the Presidency of the Republic of Brazil ( 1994 ) and the Comenda da Legião do Mérito do Engenheiro Militar ( Commend of the Legion of Merit of Military Engineer, 1999 ), the Lifetime Achievement Award of the Interamerican Society of Hypertension ( 1997 ), the Almirante Álvaro Alberto em Medicina e Saúde Pública Award ( National Science Award ) by the National Council of Scientific and Technological Development ( 1998 ), and the Anísio Teixeira Award by the Ministry of Education ( 2001 ).
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The laboratory has also obtained two national prizes and 8 provincial and ministerial prizes for Excellent Teaching Achievements.
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Nobel was elected a member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences in 1884, the same institution that would later select laureates for two of the Nobel prizes, and he received an honorary doctorate from Uppsala University in 1893.
Nelson, who on surveying the bay on the morning of 2 August said " Victory is not a name strong enough for such a scene ", remained at anchor in Aboukir Bay for the next two weeks, preoccupied with recovering from his wound, writing dispatches and assessing the military situation in Egypt using documents captured on board one of the prizes.
Domitian himself supported the travel of competitors from all corners of the Empire to Rome and distributed the prizes.
The F1 season consists of a series of races, known as Grands Prix ( from French, originally meaning grand prizes ), held on purpose-built circuits and public roads.
From 1760 onwards the British Society of Artists, the first body to organize regular exhibitions in London, awarded two generous prizes each year to paintings of subjects from British history.
Pei has won a wide variety of prizes and awards in the field of architecture, including the AIA Gold Medal in 1979, the first Praemium Imperiale for Architecture in 1989, and the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum in 2003.
The Cannes Film Festival Ecumenical Jury, which gives prizes for movies that promote spiritual, humanist and universal values, also " honoured " the film with a special " anti-award "; a spokesman for the jury described it as " the most misogynist movie from the self-proclaimed biggest director in the world.
Poker has gained in popularity since the beginning of the twentieth century, and has gone from being primarily a recreational activity confined to small groups of mostly male enthusiasts, to a widely popular spectator activity with international audiences and multi-million dollar tournament prizes.
On the other hand, Gilliam's first successful feature, Time Bandits ( 1981 ), earned more than eight times its original budget in the United States alone ; The Adventures of Baron Munchausen ( 1988 ) was nominated for four Academy Awards ( and won, among other European prizes, three BAFTA Awards ); The Fisher King ( 1991 ) ( his first film not to feature a member from Python ) was nominated for five ( and won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress ); and 12 Monkeys went on to take over US $ 168 million worldwide ; whilst The Brothers Grimm, despite a mixed critical reception, grossed over US $ 105 million worldwide.
According to Director of the Writers and Illustrators Contests Joni Labaqui, the funds to underwrite the contest — including the cash prizes, the gala awards ceremony and the weeklong pre-awards festivities — come from the Hubbard estate.
The Europeans did not consider them prizes and prevented the Indians from stripping the prisoners of their valuables, which angered the Indians.
He was later awarded several other prizes, the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 1969, an Honorary PhD from the Berklee College of Music in 1971, and the Legion of Honor by France in 1973, the highest civilian honors in each country.
On his return trip from Tarentum, avaricious sailors plotted to kill Arion and steal the rich prizes he carried home.
During the American Revolutionary War, the Continental Congress, and some state governments ( on their own initiative ), issued privateering licenses, authorizing " legal piracy ", to merchant captains in an effort to take prizes from the British Navy and Tory ( Loyalist ) privateers.
This ultimately led to orders forbidding US privateers from attempting to bring their prizes in to port, with captured ships instead having to be burnt.
Athletes who received money prizes for competitions, were sports teachers or had competed previously against professionals, were not considered amateurs and were barred from competition.
The balls are exchanged for tokens or prizes, which are then taken outside and exchanged for cash at a place nominally separate from the parlor.
Under Japanese law, cash cannot be paid out directly for pachinko balls, but there is usually a small establishment located nearby, separate from the game parlor but sometimes in a separate unit as part of the same building, where players may " sell " special prizes for cash.
This is tolerated by the police because the pachinko parlors that pay out goods and special prizes are nominally independent from the shops that buy back the special prizes.
While the British fleet lay at Lagos Bay, in Portugal, the Spanish prisoners received from the four prizes, numbering about 3000, were landed.
Another use of collectables in retail is in the form of prizes ( items of nominal value packaged with or included in the price of a retail product at no additional cost ) and premiums ( items that can be " purchased " by redeeming coupons, boxtops, or proofs of purchase from the product along with a small fee to cover shipping and handling ).
In the first Big Board round, prizes are relatively small, with cash amounts ranging from $ 100 to $ 1, 500 and prizes typically worth no more than $ 2, 000.
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The final film won several European film prizes and received an Academy Award nomination for Best Documentary in 1984.
In 1963, technical innovator Colin Chapman brought his Team Lotus to Indianapolis for the first time, attracted by the large monetary prizes, far bigger than the usual at a European event.
Both stock cars and special bodies built on the Cord chassis by American and European coachbuilders won prizes in contests worldwide.
In 1992 he was one of the first recipients of the EMS prizes awarded at the first European Congress of Mathematics in Paris, and in 1994 he was an Invited Speaker at the International Congress of Mathematicians in Zurich.
The Charlemagne Prize (; full name originally Internationaler Karlspreis der Stadt Aachen, International Charlemagne Prize of the City of Aachen, since 1988 Internationaler Karlspreis zu Aachen, International Charlemagne Prize of Aachen ) is one of the most prestigious European prizes.
Amongst other prizes and symposia, it funds the European Latsis Prize and it has endowed the Lakatos Award.
Beginning in June 1930, five new V-16s participated in a promotional tour of major European cities including Paris, Antwerp, Brussels, Amsterdam, Utrecht, Copenhagen, Stockholm, Berlin, Cologne, Dresden, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Münich, Nüremberg, Vienna ( where they won prizes ), Berne, Geneva, Lausanne, Zürich, Madrid, San Sebastian, La Baule and Angers.
Other prizes include: The Golden Medal of The Superior Council of Arquitecture of the College of Architects of Madrid in 1988 ; Mies van der Rohe Award for European Architecture, the Prince of Wales Prize in Urban Design from Harvard University, and the Alvar Aalto Medal in 1988 ; Portugal's National Prize of Architecture 1993 ; the Arnold W. Brunner Memorial Prize by the American Academy of Arts and Letters and the Praemium Imperiale in 1998, the Wolf Prize in Arts in 2001, the Urbanism Special Grand Prize of France 2005.
In the end of the 19th century a Wooden Toys Factory was established in Opatowek, whose products won numerous prizes at European expositions.
His fourth work, Head-On ( Gegen die Wand ), starring Sibel Kekilli, was a major success in 2004 and received several prizes, among them the Golden Bear award at the Berlin Film Festival and the " Best Film " and the " Audience Award " at the 2004 European Film Awards.
Following this success, in 2007 the United Netherlands Delegation to HNMUN won both the prizes for Best Large Delegation and Best International Delegation, succeeding in something no other European delegation had achieved in the history of the conference.
Originally trained as a trombonist, ( as principal trombone in the European Union Youth Orchestra he played under Abbado and Maazel ), D ’ Cruze soon turned to conducting, winning prizes in competitions in Hungary and Japan in 1992.
Bénéteau vessels have won numerous prizes, among other European Yacht of the Year 2002, 2007 and 2009.
Cruising in European waters from the spring of 1778 until the fall of that year, Tucker took four more prizes before returning to Portsmouth, New Hampshire, on 15 October.
They have usually won international science prizes at contests such as the European Union Contest for Young Scientists or the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair.
He had previously won several prizes in the powerlifting, including two gold medals in the Norwegian Powerlifting Championship, a bronze medal in the European Championship, and fifth place in the world, as well as several Norwegian records.
The local Ardusat Choir has been the best in Romania for decades, and has won numerous prizes at Italian, Eastern European and American contests.
In addition to two Academy Award nominations, Orlando won more than 25 international awards, including the Felix awarded by the European Film Academy for the best Young European Film of 1993, and first prizes at St Petersburg, Thessaloniki and other festivals.
In the United States he directed Romero, starring Raul Julia, which won the Humanitas Award, and Lawn Dogs, winner of numerous prizes in European festivals.