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2003 EMET Prize Laureates

The EMET Prize is an annual prize given for excellence in academic and professional achievements that have far reaching influence and significant contribution to society.

Prof. Yuval Neeman

The Emet Prize is awarded to Prof. Yuval Neeman for his pioneering and decisive contribution to deciphering the atomic nuclear structure and its components via algebraic and composite theory methods, and for his tremendous scientific contribution to the development of subatomic physics in Israel.

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Prof. Igal Talmi

The Emet Prize is awarded to Igal Talmi for his pioneering and decisive contribution to deciphering the atomic nuclear structure and its components via algebraic and composite theory methods, and for his tremendous scientific contribution to the development of subatomic physics in Israel.

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Prof. Moshe Oren

The Emet Prize is awarded to Prof. Moshe Oren for his trailblazing research into the understanding of the molecular and biochemical foundations of cancer and his leading-edge contribution to the discovery and characterization of the p53 protein and the gene associated with this protein.

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Prof. Ilan Chet

The Emet Prize is awarded to Prof. Ilan Chet for being a pioneer in the development and progress of the biological control of plant diseases using environmentally friendly microorganisms, a field of extreme importance whose goal is to protect plants and produce while preventing the contamination of the environment by toxic pesticides.

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Prof. Varda Rotter

The Emet Prize is awarded to Prof. Varda Rotter for her trailblazing research into the understanding of the molecular and biochemical foundations of cancer and his leading-edge contribution to the discovery and characterization of the p53 protein and the gene associated with this protein.

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Prof. Ruth Gavison

The Emet Prize is awarded to Prof. Ruth Gavison, one of Israel’s eminent thinkers in the field of public law in Israel and in legal philosophy, for her academic and public activities in promoting democracy and establishing human rights and for her great contribution to the prestige of the rule of law in Israel.

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Prof. Moshe Jammer

The Emet Prize is awarded to Prof. Moshe Jammer for being one of the greatest researchers of the philosophy of modern physics for some 50 years, for his new, original and fascinating research into the foundation stones of the exact sciences.

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Prof. Michael Confino

The Emet Prize is awarded to Prof. Michael Confino for his contribution to the research of Russian history, which has earned him renown as an eminent historians worldwide, and for his decisive contribution to both empirical research and to a broad, in-depth and original concept of historical development and the manner in which historians relate to it.

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Prof. Noam Sheriff

The Emet Prize is awarded to Prof. Noam Sheriff for being a multi-faceted musician: a composer, conductor, interpreter, lecturer and teacher who has left his personal and distinguished mark on his works. His abounding talent and impressive imagination in his works have earned him renown in Israel and around the world and he has thereby brought honor to Israel.

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Choreographer Rina Schenfeld

The Emet Prize is awarded to Rina Schenfeld for being a dancer, teacher and productive and innovative choreographer and a curious researcher. She has contributed greatly to Israeli dance through her unique character as a dancer and created a new standard for excellence, diligence and innovation.

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