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Research Council of Norway's Award for Excellence in Communication of Science

The Research Council of Norway's Award for Excellence in Communication of Science is awarded annually by the Research Council of Norway. According to its bylaws, the prize is to be given in order to "reward and stimulate the dissemination of research to a broad audience. The dissemination must be of high quality in both form and content." The price is worth NOK 200,000.

Award winners

Referanser

  1. ^ Forskningsrådet deler ut priser 2014
  2. ^ forskningsradet.no Forskningsrådets priser 2013
  3. ^ Forskningsrådets priser 2012 til Bjørn Jamtveit og Nils Christian Stenseth
  4. ^ Forskningsrådets formidlingspris til Kalle Moene 23.09.2011
  5. ^ Formidlingsprisen til forskning.no 24.09.2010
  6. ^ "Forskingsrådets priser 2009". NTB (2009-10-14). Retrieved 14 October 2009.
  7. ^ "Noregs forskingsråds prisar: prisvinnarar". Forskningsrådet (2009-07-09). Retrieved 14 October 2009.
  8. ^ "Noregs forskingsråds prisar: prisvinnarar". Forskningsrådet (2009-07-09). Retrieved 14 October 2009.
  9. ^ Forskning.nos omtale av Wenche Blomberg 2006
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