The Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum Knowledge Foundation (MBRF) has set the application due date for the fifth annual Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Knowledge Award for June 25, 2018.
Held under the patronage of MBRF Chairman His Highness Sheikh Ahmed Bin Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the competitors enters its 2nd round of credentials on June 26, with the victors readied to be revealed during MBRF's Knowledge Summit in December, which this year bears the theme “Youth and the Future of the Knowledge Economy”. The award honours knowledge pioneers - people or establishments - from around the world, who have made substantial and impactful contributions in the direction of producing and sharing knowledge across numerous markets.
“Over the years, the Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum Knowledge Award has gotten prominence for birthing the name of an excellent and inspiring leader, His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE, Ruler of Dubai," said MBRF's CEO and the award's Secretary General His Excellency Jamal bin Huwaireb. "H.H. has long supported for promoting creative thinking and innovation in our society to develop a durable knowledge economic climate that can create and spread knowledge to the world."
“Each year, the award attracts increasingly more candidates from all around the world," H.E. noted. "This is proof that knowledge is not bound by country, and innovation does not recognise borders. The mass of entries for this year's version of the award originated from outside the UAE, and private candidates outnumbered organizations. This makes all of us the much more certain that there is no scarcity of dazzling pioneers worldwide - creative thinkers that warrant praise and acknowledgment."
The Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum Knowledge Foundation gotten in touch with individuals and establishments around the world to gain from the few staying days and send their applications on the award's official web site: www.knowledgeaward.com. The Structure disclosed that the number of candidatures currently sent has actually reached 230, originating from Egypt, Algeria, Syria, Jordan, the UAE, Italy, India, Iraq, Libya, Switzerland, Oman, Romania, Russia, Canada, Tunisia, Bahrain, the Philippines, the UK, Lebanon, Japan, Yemen and Sudan. Submissions extended various classifications, consisting of growth, innovation, entrepreneurship, education, clinical research study, and communication technology.
People and organisations from the public and private sectors are qualified to make an application for the award, with entries approved from local, regional or worldwide entities. The award could not, nevertheless, be given posthumously. The access criteria specify that people or organisations applying ought to have made a considerable and measurable contribution to knowledge production and dissemination within among the award's categories.
Furthermore, submissions need to be gone along with by letters from referees with knowledge in the area, as well as supporting documents. The content of the submissions should comply with standards and values of clinical study, honesty and copyright civil liberties. The award is open to people or organisations that have won the prize in previous years, providing they fulfill the needed conditions. Applications that do not meet all the stated demands will certainly not be accepted.