Third edition of Mustafa Prize announced its winners on Monday. Three Iranian scientists and two Turkish scholars have been granted the prize. Officials, scientists and academics from across the globe attended the ceremony.
More than one-thousand-and-fifty-hundred works were assessed by the jury. About 500 juries from 200 universities and 35 countries assessed the submitted works.
The biennial contest has four categories, including information technology, life and medical science and technology, nanoscience and nanotechnology.
Laureates of the Mustafa Prize receive the Mustafa Medal, a Diploma and $500,000, financed through the endowments made to the prize.