International Young Scientist Award


Innovation in marine biology rewarded!

Awarded since 1992 by the Daniel Jouvance Marine Science Committee, this prize is now awarded by the Foundation, with the aim of recognising young scientists producing fundamental, innovative work in marine biology.
This €4,000 cash prize is for the young scientists comes as true recognition from the industrial world and a way of exhibiting and promoting their work.

The applicant selection criteria is underpinned by three main topics:
The originality and innovative nature of the research.
The relevance of the work given the main issues faced by marine environment and the biosphere.
The sound, convincing nature of the applicants' arguments are also borne in mind.

Discover the latest winners:

2011 Award
Julien Claes (Belgium) -
2012 Award
Ana Ribeiro (Portugal)
2013 Award
Christophe KOPP (France) -
Research to the rescue
for coral reefs