The Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum Knowledge Structure (MBRF) is prolonging the application deadline for the Mohammed Bin Rashid Knowledge Award 2017 (MBRKA) until completion of August. Held under the patronage of MBRF Chairman His Highness Sheikh Ahmed bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the Award seeks to honour people and organizations who have made significant payments to the knowledge sector and to science-based sustainable economies.
The decision to expand the entry deadline came in feedback to require from knowledge specialists and professionals - individuals and organisations - from all around the world. The Structure - a member of the Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum Global Initiatives - will certainly continue to approve entrances sent through the web site www.knowledgeaward.com in an initiative to raise competitors and permit the largest variety of qualified participants to get the award. "We were delighted with the substantial and positive communication displayed by the global knowledge community throughout the application duration," claimed MBRF's CEO His Excellency Jamal bin Huwaireb. "Candidates are reaching out to us from far past our borders and our region, which declares that the UAE has become an influential gamer in the global knowledge sector, a beacon of science and thought, and a magnet for intellectuals and innovators."
The Mohammed Bin Rashid Knowledge Award honours success in numerous knowledge-related
categories, consisting of development, innovation, management and imagination, the development of universities, clinical study, interaction technology, literature, posting and printing, paper and electronic documentation, and many various other fields identified by the MBRKA Board of Trustees. This year, prospects can be individuals, Emirati or international, from any citizenship, gender, race or religious beliefs, along with local, regional or international organisations, such as scholastic organizations, government entities, corporations or NGOs.
" The Award is a platform that sustains Arab and international talent," H.E. bin Huwaireb included. "It clarifies the prominent duty that believed and knowledge could play in the advancement of human societies, in the hopes of encouraging innovation and creativity. By recognising success in the field of knowledge, the Structure wishes to motivate future generations to seek and generate knowledge, and accept scientific and academic research study."
To be qualified for nomination for the MBRKA, candidates need to have made outstanding
payments towards producing and distributing knowledge. Additionally, the application must be gone along with by the prospect's Curriculum Vitae (not exceeding 1,000 words), in addition to letters of reference from legal persons with connections to the classification stated candidate is requesting.
Candidates can likewise consist of any kind of sustaining files relating to their success or contribution, the influence of that contribution and their reasons for entering the contest. Prospects might be nominated for more than one classification of the award, but may not be chosen by the exact same nominator for more than one idea in any kind of area. Applications could be submitted in Arabic or English, and candidates could nominate themselves or be chosen by others - posthumous elections, however, are not permitted.
Applications that do not meet all the demands will certainly not be approved, and MBRKA's Board of Trustees is entitled to withdraw the Award from any kind of celebration in case of violation of the conditions, or of scientific study requirements, ethics, scientific integrity, copyright, or any other breach the Board considers substantial and significant. Applications need to be submitted via the Award's website www.knowledgeaward.com