ESET presented the ESET Science Award for the fifth time to outstanding personalities of science and education in Slovakia earlier this month. The ESET Science Award pays tribute to scientists based in Slovakia and highlights their efforts and scientific activities that impact all areas of life.
The winners of this year’s ESET Science Award will be decided by the International jury chaired by a Nobel laureate, Kip Thorne. An American physicist known for his work in gravitational physics and astrophysics, Thorne is one of the three scientists who were awarded the 2017 Nobel Prize in Physics.
At a time when the world is relying on scientists and science to help with the coronavirus pandemic, ESET is launching the second edition of its annual ESET Science Award aimed at recognizing the outstanding work of scientists from Slovakia and showcase the essential role science plays in society.