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Balzan Foundation announces 2007 winners
Date:9/5/2007

unknown to other international awards. As usual, the Committee's 20 prestigious scholars from 11 different European countries put a great deal of effort in selecting the winners from among the candidates submitted by the most important international cultural institutions.

Ambassador Bottai, expressed satisfaction for the prestige of the eminent scholars who will receive the Balzan Prize on 23 November in Berne (in compliance with the rule of alternation between the Italian and the Swiss capitals). It is important to remember that the Balzan Foundation requests that half of the million Swiss Francs received by the winner of each of the four subjects be destined for research work, preferably involving young scholars and researchers.

The announcement, which took place at Milan's Ulrico Hoepli Civic Planetarium under the auspices of the City of Milan and with the participation of Mayor Letizia Moratti, Commissioner for Culture Vittorio Sgarbi and President of the City Council Manfredi Palmeri, was followed by a lecture by Professor Paolo de Bernardis, 2006 Balzan Prize for Observational Astrophysics and Astronomy and Professor of Astrophysics at the University La Sapienza in Rome. The lesson, titled "Archaeology of the Universe", illustrated how the analysis of cosmic microwave background radiation allows the observation of the first evolutionary stages in the Universe after the Big Bang.


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