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The Liliane Bettencourt Prize for Life Sciences, awarded annually by the Bettencourt Schueller Foundation, aims to honour the work of a European researcher aged 45 years and younger who is involved in promising or innovative research. The scientists are selected for the quality of their research and publications, their leadership skills, and their project work, which must focus on solving an ambitious scientific challenge. The price, which was launched in 1992, has been given to 22 recipients so far, and French researchers and researchers in the rest of Europe are eligible in alternate years. The 2016 prize, which is a European prize, will be awarded in Paris to Ben Lehner, AXA and ICREA Professor at EMBL-CRG Systems Biology in November 2016.

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