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The Prizes of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus

In order to enhance the efficiency and quality of research work, to promote the creative activity of scientists, to encourage outstanding scientific works and inventions having importance for science and practice, as well as to revitalize the scientific work of graduate students, in 1991-1992 the Presidium of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus came to a decision to establish the Prizes of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus for the best scientific work, the best scientific work of young scientists and the best student scientific work. Since 1995 not only the Academy scientists but also researchers of all scientific organizations and high schools of the Republic of Belarus are invited to compete for awarding the Prizes. In 2016 with a view to improving the reward system and optimization of the number of awards for scientific achievements, the NASB Presidium approved a new version of the Regulations on the Prizes of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus. According to the new Regulations there are seven prizes awarded for the best scientific work (three awards in Physics, Mathematics, Computer Science, Physical-Technical and Technical Sciences; three awards in Biology, Chemistry, Medicine, Agrarian Sciences and Earth Sciences; one award in the Humanities and Social Sciences) and three prizes for the best scientific work of young scientists (one award in Physics, Mathematics, Computer Science, Physical-Technical and Technical Sciences; one award in Biology, Chemistry, Medicine, Agrarian Sciences and Earth Sciences; one award in the Humanities and Social Sciences).

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The Prizes of the Academies of Sciences of Ukraine, Belarus and Moldova

With the purpose to activize the cooperation between the scientists of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus, the Academy of Sciences of Moldova and the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine the Presidents of these Academies at meeting on May 4, 1994 in Kishinev, the capital city of Moldova, have accepted the decision on establishment of the Prizes of the Presidents of Academies of Sciences of Belarus, Moldova and Ukraine (PASBMU) awarding for best scientific achievements received during joint research. Two such Prizes are annually awarded in the field of natural and engineering sciences, and one Prize in the field of the humanities and social sciences. The joint collectives of the authors working in the Academies of Sciences of these three countries can take part in competition of the Prize.

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  • 2005 PASBMU Prizes Winners
  • 2007 PASBMU Prizes Winners


The Prize named after Academician V.A.Koptyug awarding the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus and the Siberian Branch of Russian Academy of Sciences

The Prize named after the outstanding scientist, Academician, Vice-President of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Chairman of the Siberian Branch of this Academy, Foreign Member of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus Valentin A. Koptyug is established on June 25, 1998 in Novosibirsk (Russia) by the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus and the Siberian Branch of Russian Academy of Sciences. The Prize is established with the purpose of encouragement of the researchers of the Republic of Belarus and Russian Federation for achievement of outstanding results with performance of joint scientific research within the framework of the interstate programs, and also for the joint works, scientific discoveries and inventions important for a science and practice. It is awarded for the best joint work, discoveries or invention, and also for a series of joint scientific works on uniform subjects having large scientific or practical importance executed within the framework of priority directions approved by the Agreement on Scientific Cooperation Between NASB and SB RAS. For joint works executed beyond the framework of this agreement the Prize is awarded in exclusive cases only. The Prize is awarded annually, since 1999, by the Presidiums of NASB and SB RAS serially.

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Academician F.I.Fedorov Prize

The prize is named after Fedor Ivanovich Fedorov (19.06.1911 - 13.10.1994), an outstanding Belarusian physicist, Academician, creator of the Belarusian scientific school of theoretical physicists, recognized by the international scientific community. The Academician F.I. Fedorov Prize was established by the Presidium of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus in 2002 (Resolution No. 58 of October 24, 2002) and is awarded once in three years for the best scientific work (or cycle of works), which makes a major contribution to the development of physical and mathematical sciences, namely for creation and development of a new scientific direction, discovery of new phenomena and regularities, development of new principles and methods, acquirement of new knowledge, which forms the basis of progressive technologies, etc. According to the results of a competitive selection, one prize is awarded to an individual or a group of persons (not more than 3) who work in scientific organizations and universities of the Republic of Belarus. In 2011, a competition was devoted to the 100th anniversary of the Academician F.I. Fedorov, and an additional international prize was introduced for the international team up to 6 people.

Regulations on the Academician F.I. Fedorov Prize awarded by the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus (In Russian)

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