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Mediterranean Award for "Science and Research" - 2014
to CNRS (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique)
FRANCE

For its commitment – as a public research body – to producing knowledge and making it available to society for the “common good”. Thanks to its more than 1100 research institutes on French territory and its international partnerships, it has come to represent a point of reference in all its field of knowledge.

Awarding Ceremony

The "Mario Condorelli" Mediterranean Award for Science and Research

to the Moroccan Foundation for Advanced Science, 
Innovation and Research
MOROCCO

For its commitment to carrying out concrete projects in the field of nanotechnology and for having successfully obtained third general biofuel from Moroccan seaweed.
This initiative has produced excellent results for industrial fuel both from an economic perspective and for the protection of the environment.

Awarding Ceremony
Naples, 06 January 2012

MEDITERRANEAN AWARD FOR SCIENCE AND RESEARCH
to the memory of MARIO CONDORELLI
Professor of Internal Medicine, former President of Consiglio Superiore di Sanità, ITALY

Author of more than seven hundred publications in the field of physiopathology, of clinics and therapy, as well as author of three treatises on cardiology, Mario Condorelli contributed to the diffusion of science and research as a basis element for the diagnosis and the cure of manifold pathologies, training an entire generation of doctors and cardiologists. As senator of the Italian Republic he has been proposer of bills for the safeguard of health and for the rights of sick people.

Awarding Ceremony

Naples, 20 May 2011

Ruggero Maria Santilli - 2009
Scientist and researcher, ITALY

The power of dialogue among different cultures and various sciences forges the protagonists of history. With this award we thank Ruggero Maria Santilli, samnite by origin, Italian‑American by education, flatly Mediterranean by soul, for his theoretic contribution to the new sciences and for his work through mathematics, physics and chemistry leading to the extraordinary postulates for the development of new technologies that allow an useful and sustainable development.

Awarding Ceremony
Naples, 22 January 2009

Antonio Iavarone - 2008
Scientist and Associate professor dell’Istituto per gli studi genetici sul cancro della Columbia University di New York, ITALY

He contributed to the fundamental research on the function of several proteins of the “ld” family in the stem cells and in cancer pathologies increasing the possibilities of cure especially for some typical pathologies of the South Shore of the Mediterranean. From the scientific point of view, it is a high value discovery which opens the possibility to re-program, among others, the nervous cells as a basis for the treatment of serious illnesses.

Awarding Ceremony
Naples, 5 November 2008

Marcello Piazza - 2004
Professor of Infectious Diseases, University Federico II, ITALY

For the work carried out in favour of the Euro-Mediterranean populations. His studies contributed to the reduction of B hepatitis in the world, one of the plague of humanity. He made possible to vaccinate against B hepatitis all the new borns: starting with Italy, the vaccinations are now executed in 151 Nations - including the Euro-Mediterranean area - thus reducing deaths caused by this decease.

Awarding Ceremony
Naples, 28 May 2004