Royal Society Pfizer Award

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The Royal Society Pfizer Award has been awarded by the Royal Society since 2006 to African-based researchers at the start of their career who are making innovative contributions to the biological sciences in Africa. £60,000 is awarded as a grant for the recipient to carry out a research project that is linked to an African centre of scientific excellence, normally a University or equivalent research centre, and a further £5,000 is given directly to the prizewinner.[1]

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  1. ^ "The Royal Society Pfizer Award". The Royal Society. Retrieved 14 August 2010.