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Marie Drucker sublime in black and lace, Elsa Zylberstein impeccable in a graphic dress

Created in 1998, the Awards ceremony “L’Oreal – UNESCO for Women in Science“each year rewards five women who stand out in the field of science. The five winners come from five different regions of the world. For their contribution to progress, for the exception of their work and their research, these sizes win, each , the sum of €100,000 Unfortunately, the event had not been able to take place since 2019 due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

On Thursday, June 23, 2022, Mary Drucker thus presented the Awards Ceremony “L’Oreal – UNESCO for Women in Science”, at UNESCO, located in the 7th arrondissement of Paris. She thus presented, not five prizes but fifteen, in the company of Jean-Paul Agon, president of L’Oréal and president of the L’Oreal Foundationbut also Audrey Azoulay, Director General of UNESCO, Alexandra Palt, Director General of the L’Oréal Foundation, actress Elsa Zylberstein, Rachida Dati and the presidents of the juries, renowned experts international Brigitte Lina Kieffer and Artur Avil.

“L’Oreal – UNESCO for Women in Science” Prize 2022, the winners

Professor Hailan Hu for Asia and the Pacific

Professor Katalin Kariko for North America

Professor Agnes Binagwaho for Africa and the Arab States

Professor Angela Nieto for europe

Professor Maria Guzman for Latin America and the Caribbean

“L’Oreal – UNESCO for Women in Science” Prize 2021, the winners

Professor Alicia Dickenstein for Latin America and the Caribbean

Professor Kyoko Nozaki for Asia and the Pacific

Professor Francoise Combes for europe

Professor Catherine Ngila for Africa and the Arab States

Professor Shafi Goldwasser for North America

“L’Oreal – UNESCO for Women in Science” Prize 2020, the winners

Professor Esperanza Martinez-Romero for Latin America and the Caribbean

Professor Edith Heard for europe

Professor Abla Mehio Sibai for Africa and the Arab States

Doctor Firdausi Qadri for Asia and the Pacific

Professor Kristi Anseth for North America

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