Gruber Prize in Cosmology

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The Gruber Prize in Cosmology
Awarded for Discoveries leading to fundamental advances in our understanding of the universe
Location Yale University Office of Development, New Haven, Connecticut
Presented by Gruber Foundation
Reward(s) US$500,000
First awarded 2000

The Gruber Prize in Cosmology, established in 2000, is one of three international awards worth US$500,000 made by the Gruber Foundation, a non-profit organization based at Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut.

Since 2001, the Gruber Prize in Cosmology has been co-sponsored by the International Astronomical Union.

Recipients are selected by a panel from nominations that are received from around the world.

The Gruber Foundation Cosmology Prize honors a leading cosmologist, astronomer, astrophysicist or scientific philosopher for theoretical, analytical or conceptual discoveries leading to a fundamental advances in the field.


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