The Mohn Prize 2024 – Call for nominations

The Mohn Prize is awarded for excellence in research related to the Arctic. Now you can nominate your candidate for The Mohn Prize 2024. Deadline is July 31st 2023.

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The deadline for nominations is July 31st. Foto: Bjørn Hatteng/UiT
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Aarskog, Karine Nigar Seniorrådgiver og faggruppeleder, formidling
Publisert: 25.05.23 13:02 Oppdatert: 26.05.23 12:44
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The International Mohn Prize for Outstanding Research Related to the Arctic (Mohn Prize) welcomes nominations for 2024. The Mohn Prize is a collaborative effort of UiT The Arctic University of Norway, Academia Borealis – The Academy of Sciences and Letters of Northern Norway, and Tromsø Research Foundation in close collaboration with Arctic Frontiers.

The Mohn Prize aims to set central issues for the further development of the Arctic on the national and international agenda by rewarding outstanding scientific performances. The prize is 2 million NOK (approximately 180 000 Euros).

Nominees for the prize will be evaluated by an international scientific committee. The recipient of the Mohn Prize will be announced in autumn 2023, and the award ceremony will take place at Arctic Frontiers in Tromsø in early 2024. Tromsø is an important European hub for international research, economic development and political debate in the Arctic region.  

Deadline for nominations is 31st July 2023. We invite UiT staff to nominate outstanding and relevant candidates within their networks, both national and international.

More information on the prize and how to nominate can be found here. 

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Aarskog, Karine Nigar Seniorrådgiver og faggruppeleder, formidling
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