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Wittgenstein Prize for Barry Dickson


08 Jul 2005

On 8 July, Barry Dickson received the Wittgenstein Prize from federal chancellor Wolfgang Schüssel and the president of the Austrian Science Fund, Georg Wick. Dickson and co-laureate Rudolf Grimm will each be able to spend 1.3 Million Euros on their research projects over the next five years.

Neurobiologist Barry Dickson is currently a Senior Scientist at the Institute of Molecular Biotechnology (IMBA) of the Austrian Academy of Sciences. In 2006, he will succeed Kim Nasmyth as managing director of the IMP.