Global search for the next Millennium Technology Prize winner has started. We are looking to science and technology and industrial communities all over the world to nominate new candidates.
Nominations can be made until the 1st of October, 2007.
Nominate your candidate now!
Summary of the nomination guide.
The Millennium Technology Prize is awarded for specific, groundbreaking innovations that promote people's quality of life, contribute toward the realisation of humane values, and encourage sustainable economic development.
The international Selection Committee considers both the current and the potential future impact of the innovation.
The Prize can be awarded to one, two or three individuals who have independently contributed to the innovation or to a research and development team. Candidates are sought from across the world and all fields of technology.
Nominations can be made by academies, universities, research institutions and industrial communities around the world. Self-nominations are not accepted.
A nomination consists of
- Nomination form
- Nomination letter
- Two supporting letters
- Nominee's curriculum vitae