Deadline: October 16, 2020 00:00 CEST| Register here
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Eligibility: The Prize is open to mid-career research scientists from a variety of scientific disciplines within Alimentation, including behavioural science, sociology, anthropology, psychology, environmental science, economics, and cultural studies.
Danone International Prize for Alimentation 2020
The purpose of the Danone International Prize for Alimentation is to encourage and support cutting edge, innovative and multidisciplinary scientific research in Alimentation.
DIPA seeks innovative solutions in the areas of sustainable eating and drinking practices that contribute to the health of individuals, including food choice, purchase, preparation, cooking and meal organisation, and their determinants.
The DIPA aims to:
- advance understanding of Alimentation through cutting edge research;
- encourage and inspire pioneering advances that integrate lifestyle, cultural, socio-economic and environmental approaches into research on sustainable diets;
- boost collaboration between the different disciplines affecting nutrition, from anthropology to economics;
- support talented and highly motivated mid-career researchers whose work contributes to scientific excellence in the field of Alimentation.
Who should apply?
The DIPA is being opened to mid-career emerging leaders in the field, rewarding pioneering research that spans multiple disciplines and represents a major advance in Alimentation.
The award is intended to raise the profile of a mid-career researcher and accelerate his/her career, as well as help develop knowledge on the topic and inspire junior researchers and will recognise the work of a single researcher, or a representative of a research team, who is leading a pioneering and collaborative approach in Alimentation.
Interested in applying for the Danone International Prize for Alimentation 2020? Register your participation by following the registration link and taking the suggested steps.