Krill Prize

 
 

Krill Prize

The Krill Prizes for Excellence in Scientific Research

are awarded in Honor and in Memory of

Benjamin and Gitla Krill Mansbach Shlanger r.i.p .

 

 

Mr. Krill Shlanger (born 1912, Germany) was married to Debora Kretzig Stelzer Z’L.

Krill was highly active on behalf of the community in South America, Where he established a fund for the needy. Krill past away in October 2007.

The Krill Prizes for Excellence in Scientific Research, funded by the Krill Family, have been awarded since 2005.

 

Ten Krill Prizes, are awarded annually, in Exact Sciences, Life Sciences, Medicine, Agriculture and Engineering, to excelling faculty members at the Universities in Israel, who hold the untenured positions of Lecturer, or Senior Lecturer

 

Recipients are selected by the Wolf Foundation Scholarship Committee, from among outstanding candidates, submitted by all Israeli Universities. The selection is made on the basis of the candidate´s excellence and the importance of his or her field of research

 

Laureates

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Nominations

Call for nomination for 2020 Krill Prize is closed.

 

The Krill Prizes are awarded annually, in Exact Sciences, Life Sciences, Medicine, Agriculture and Engineering, to excelling faculty members at the Universities in Israel.

How do I apply? Who is eligible to apply?

Candidates for the Krill Prize are submitted to the Wolf Foundation by the Israeli universities. Applicants must hold a PhD or MD degree, lecturer or senior lecturer, and meet the requirements set by the bylaws and guidelines of the prize committee and detailed in the relevant call of proposal..

 

For more information contact the Wolf Foundation office at:  office@wolffund.org.il