2007 Victoria Prize

15 February

The Victoria Prize of $50,000 is awarded annually by the Victorian Government for a scientific discovery or technological innovation, or a series of such achievements that significantly advances knowledge and has produced, or has the clear potential to produce, a commercial outcome or other benefit to the community.

2007 marks the 10th year of the Victoria Prize, created in 1998 to recognise exceptional achievement in science, engineering or technology.

The Victoria Prize celebrates leadership, determination and creativity and highlights the many ways in which research and development of international significance is conducted locally.

Anne & Eric Smorgon Memorial Award

In association with the Victoria Prize, the Jack & Robert Smorgon Families Foundation award the Anne & Eric Smorgon Memorial Award.

This award acknowledges the important contribution made by scientific research institutes in Victoria.

The $100,000 award will be presented to an institute supporting the Victoria Prize recipient in the research work for which he/she is awarded the Victoria Prize.

A separate nomination is not required for the Anne & Eric Smorgon Memorial Award. The winner of the Victoria Prize will be asked to nominate a research institute to receive the Anne & Eric Smorgon Memorial Award.

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