The Jaume I awards research in Astrophysics and Artificial Intelligence

The six winners of this year's Jaume I Awards.

The six winners of this year's Jaume I Awards.

The Thirty-third edition of the Rei Jaume I Awards has awarded research on Astrophysics (Licia Verde, Basic Research), Artificial intelligence (Nuria Oliver, New Technologies) and colorectal cancer immunology (Eduard Batlle, Medical Research).

They have also been awarded Fernando Valladares placeholder image (Protection of the Environment), for their contribution to understanding the interactions of forest plants; Benito Jimenez Cambra (Al Emprendedor) for its frozen vegetable production company; Y Antonio Cabrales (Economics), for his contributions in behavioral and experimental economics.

The decision of the jury, of which 21 Nobel laureates are part, has been read this Tuesday by the executive president of the Rei Jaume I Awards, Javier Quesada, in a ceremony held at the Palau de la Generalitat and chaired by President Ximo Puig.

These are the prizes with the best economic endowment in the country, 100,000 euros for each of the categories, with the commitment to reinvest a part in research and entrepreneurship in Spain.


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