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Albert Maucher Prize in Geoscience

The Albert Maucher Prize in Geoscience is generally awarded once every three years to young researchers (up to 35 years of age) in recognition of outstanding research findings and original approaches they have produced using DFG funds. To qualify, researchers nominated for the prize must have personally applied for and been granted the DFG funds - i.e. for an independent and self-initiated project. Researchers who already have a full professorship cannot be nominated.

The prize was donated by Munich geologist Albert Maucher, who himself received DFG funding at the beginning of his scientific research career. The elected members of the geoscience review boards of the DFG as well as Leibniz Price laureates from the field of geosciences are eligible to nominate candidates for the Albert Maucher Prize.

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