Longevity Prize

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The Longevity Prize is a scientific award of 20,000 euros (as of 2012) from the Ipsen Foundation in the field of research into longevity (see aging ).

The prize is awarded to a French or foreign researcher - for example in the field of biology , genetics , gerontology , psychology , statistics - who has made outstanding contributions to research into longevity. The prize can be shared. An application is not expected.

Award winners

See also

Web links

  1. Life Biosciences on Twitter. In: twitter.com. November 13, 2018, accessed November 17, 2018 .