Islamic Development Bank (IDB) Prizes for Science and Technology-11th Edition (1434H- 2013G)
The IDB Prizes for Science and Technology established in 1422H (2001G) is for Institutes, not for individuals.
Each prize consists of a cash award of one hundred thousand (100,000) US dollars, a trophy and a certificate mentioning the name of the winner and its accomplishments.
The Prizes are awarded only to institutions (not to individuals) in IDB member countries in the three categories:
Outstanding scientific or technological contribution to the socio-economic development of a member country.
Outstanding contribution to any of the following scientific disciplines: Engineering; Agriculture; Medicine; Biotechnology; Information Technology; Optronics; Material Sciences; Pharmaceutical; Industrial Microelectronics; Nanotechnology and alternative Energy Sources.
Noted scientific research institutions in IDB least developed member countries (LDMCs).
The opinions expressed and information shared are those of the writer's and commentators; do not necessarily reflect that of Scientific Bangladesh.Scientific Bangladesh accepts no responsibility, legal or otherwise, for the accuracy or content of writers' and commentators' opinion and information.