Enrico Fermi Prize

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For the award given by the American government, see Enrico Fermi Award.

The Enrico Fermi Prize, first awarded in 2001, is given by the Italian Physical Society (Società Italiana di Fisica). It is a yearly award of EUR 30,000 honoring one or more Members of the Society who have "particularly honoured physics with their discoveries."[1][2]