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Queen's Foundation Awards Ceremony 2020
« on: November 04, 2020, 11:11:17 PM »

The Queen's Foundation Awards 2020

Charlotte Youngson - Chair of the Foundation Presenting the Awards

"Wherever you are on Mundus, good morning, good afternoon, good evening. Today we award the 2020 Queen's Foundation Awards, these are awards that recognise great achievements, that honour those people who dare to dream big, those who make a difference. We award prizes in nine different areas, we award these prizes to the people and organisations that truly deserve them. We acknowledge all the nominees and congratulate all of you on your achievements. Now as chair of the Foundation it is my privilege to announce the winners of the 2020 Queen's Foundation Prizes..."

Queen's Foundation Prize for Chemistry

Jessica McLean
"For the development of a method of genome editing."

Queen's Foundation Prize for Physics

Giuseppe Kessler
"For research into the dangers of cascading microdebris in astrophysics and orbital spaceflight."

Queen's Foundation Prize for Physiology and Medicine

Peter Simod
"For pioneering the field of utilising cyber technology with the human body."

Queen's Foundation Prize for Economics

Francine M. A. Therz
"For the economic transformation and transition of the Conglomerate to the Heyran Republic."

Queen's Foundation Prize for Engineering

Thanasis Polakis
"For bringing cheap and clean electricity to the people of Zimalia through the successful construction of the Haghighi Dam."

Queen's Foundation Prize for Peace

The Council of Albion
"For ceasefire and peacekeeping efforts in Merina."

Queen's Foundation Prize for Literature and Journalism

Dr. Marcus Merriman
"For publishing a complete History of Wars of the Modern Era."

Queen's Foundation Prize for Archaeology and Anthropology

Melanie Bell
"For the discovery and safe return to Vanora of an artifact fitting the description of and believed by some to be the Arc of the Covenant."

Queen's Foundation Prize for Mathematics

Victor Mikailov
"For contributions to the theory of optimal transport and its applications in partial differential equations, metric geometry and probability."

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