Golden Eurydice Award

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The Golden Eurydice Award is presented for an outstanding contribution, or contributions over a period, in the field of biophilosophy. It is awarded by the International Forum for Biophilosophy which was established in Belgium by Royal Decree in 1988. Founding members included Herman Van Den Berghe.

The award[edit]

The award consists of a sculptured golden statue of Eurydice. Awardees must make a 20 minute presentation of their work at a special Golden Keynote evening event, which usually takes place in November/December each year. Awardees are also granted Honorary membership of the forum.

Award recipients[edit]

Recipients include: